What Inspires the Economic Change Team?

A blog from Salesforce on 6 Ways to feel inspired at work last week prompted an interesting discussion about what motivates and inspires us at work. Turns out (rather unsurprisingly) we’re driven by our fantastic clients, as well as our passion for the sector.

We collated our own ‘Ways to Feel Inspired at work’. Here’s what the team had to say…

“My inspiration is finding new digital solutions to the problems non-profits and their teams face each day to make them happier and more efficient. I also love empowering mums to achieve their career ambitions through our Salesforce Supermums programme.” Heather

 

“Working with like minded individuals committed to applying their professional skills towards good causes.” Russell

 

“Being part of an ever-evolving world where marketing is driving the entire customer experience,  and helping our charities understand and embrace these opportunities. That’s what gets me out of bed in the morning – working with such resourceful, talented and dedicated people.” Tahlia

“Inspired by ….working in a sector where there is an opportunity to personally develop and upskill every day. To have my mind opened daily to the breadth and variety of non-profit organisations. Also being part of a modern thinking team that is championing and providing a route for flexible working.” Faye

 

“Passionate about helping Mums retrain into Technology and opening up flexible roles for them. Also inspired to get Salesforce CRM into more Non Profits and Charities.” Debra

“Finding new Salesforce features for nonprofits, in particular explaining the flexibility it offers them.” Keith

 

“Learning new features, solving cases and helping people.” Jasmine

 

 

“What inspires me is continually discovering digital solutions to improve efficiencies for the customers I work with. There is a real sense of satisfaction when you look at where an organisation has come from, to where you have helped them arrive. Also inspired when I see our new Admins gaining the confidence to work on projects via the Supermums Programme.” Clio

You can share what inspires you at work on Twitter using  #BlazingTrails – remember to tag @economicchange and @salesforce to share your thoughts with us!