SHARING UNIVERSITY is a global Spiritual & Humanitarian Organization empowering micro communities

Empowering Micro Communities to eliminate poverty & sickness

SHARING UNIVERSITY is a Global Spiritual & Humanitarian Organization

By empowering micro communities with our goal is to eliminate poverty & sickness through education focused on micro learning; specializing in businesses solving community problems & pandemic health issues.

S-H-A-R-I-N-G stands for “Sending Hope And Rebuilding Into National Goals”,
Sharing University is a 508 (c)(1)(a) Spiritual And Humanitarian Organization dedicated to empowering micro communities with global connectivity. Their goal is to level the playing field and raise the standard of human experience for all nations by eliminating poverty and sickness. Their education is focused on micro learning; specializing in businesses that solve community problems and address pandemic health issues.

The world’s way is buying, selling, convincing and manipulating. SU gives practical evidence that when human beings focus instead on giving, receiving, sharing and empowering others, everyone wins. To help ensure success, SU created a win, win, win environment through their Micro Learning Platform that teaches Social Entrepreneurship.

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 Micro Communities - play the role of change agents in the social sector
A micro community should reflect the need to include micro learning that educates and equips their community. We cannot assume that micro learning will automatically weed out social ventures that are not effectively and efficiently utilizing resources. The following emphasis on micro learning and accountability can be stated as follows:

  • Adopting a mission to create and sustain social value (not just private value),
  • Recognizing and relentlessly pursuing new opportunities to serve that mission,
  • Engaging in a process of continuous innovation, adaptation, and learning,
  • Acting boldly without being limited by resources currently in hand,
  • Exhibiting heightened accountability to the constituencies served and for the outcomes created.

Micro communities exemplify these characteristics in different ways and to different degrees. The closer a community gets to satisfying all these conditions, the more that community fits the model of an ideal micro community. Micro communities are innovative in their work and create significant social improvements to revolutionize their communities. Let’s further elaborate and consider each point below.

  1. Change agents in the social sector: Micro communities reform and revolutionize with a social mission. Though they may act locally, their actions have the potential to stimulate global improvements in their chosen arenas, whether that is education, health care, economic development, the environment, the arts, or any other social field.
  2. Adopting a mission to create and sustain social value: The mission of social improvement is fundamental. Profit is not the gauge of value creation; nor is customer satisfaction; social impact is the gauge. They think about sustaining the impact.
  3. Recognizing and relentlessly pursuing new opportunities: Where others see problems, micro communities see opportunity. They have a vision of how to achieve improvement and they are determined to make their vision work. The key element is persistence combined with a willingness to make adjustments as one goes. Rather than giving up when an obstacle is encountered, micro communities ask, “How can we surmount this obstacle? How can we make this work?”
  4. Engaging in a process of continuous innovation, adaptation, and learning: Micro communities are innovative and create a continuous process of exploring, learning, and improving. Of course, with innovation comes uncertainty and risk of failure. Micro communities tend to have a high tolerance for ambiguity and learn how to manage risks for themselves and others. They treat failure of a project as a learning experience to fail forward.
  5. Acting boldly without being limited by resources currently in hand: Micro communities are skilled at doing more with less and at attracting resources from others. They develop resource strategies that are likely to support and reinforce their social missions. They take calculated risks and manage the downside, so as to reduce the harm that will result from failure. 
  6. Exhibiting a heightened sense of accountability to the constituencies served and for the outcomes created:  social entrepreneurs take steps to assure they are creating value, and they seek a sound understanding of the constituencies they are serving so they can provide real social improvements to their beneficiaries and their communities, as well as attractive (social and/or financial) return to their investors. Micro communities assess their progress in terms of social, financial, and managerial outcomes, not simply in terms of their size, outputs, or processes. Micro communities use this information to make course corrections as needed.

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