Jill Nawrocki 14 posts
Jill Nawrocki is a Licensed Social Worker and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer living in Brooklyn. She is an ultra runner, freelance writer, and social justice warrior with a background in program management, direct practice, mindfulness, and advocacy.

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Cultivating Community | Beat Loneliness at Work

Social media and online networking platforms can make us feel that we are more deeply connected than ever before. We get our news in real time, build “hives” of supporters on Instagram, and can find just about anyone with a simple online search. However, a 2018 report by Cigna Health showed that greater connectivity doesn’t […]

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How Being Likeable Can Get You Hired

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A generation ago, it wasn’t uncommon for a well-written resume, relevant job experience, and some basic skills to be enough to land an interview. And while those things may still get you past an HR screening, being likeable in real life is just as important as being marketable on paper. Hiring managers aren’t just looking […]

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Tune In, Turn Off | The Case for Tech-Free Meetings

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Technology plays an invaluable role in helping nonprofits network with donors and connect with a community of like-minded changemakers. Social media, virtual meetings, and organizational online networks all help us bypass geographical barriers to build connections across the globe—regardless of timezone or city. But as much as these innovations have the ability to increase connectivity, […]

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4 Books to Inspire Summer Adventure

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There’s not always enough time (or money) for social-impact professionals to embark on a truly epic adventure. But with the early days of summer just a few short weeks away, it’s easy to start daydreaming about empty meeting calendars and a few screen-free days to really enjoy the season. Summer vacation is officially on the […]

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