Simon Greer

Simon Greer is a writing fellow for Face to Face, a project of the Independent Media Institute. He has been involved in social change work for more than 25 years. Greer is the founder of Cambridge Heath Ventures, a strategic advisory firm that works with private sector companies, purpose-driven organizations and governments to help them overcome their most pressing challenges. Greer is also a leading thinker, practitioner and speaker on organizational design, unconventional strategies and common good politics.

Articles by this author

Some time over the last 30 years, love began to disappear from the progressive narrative, rhetoric and language—maybe even its worldview. (Photo: Joe Buglewicz/AP Images for Human Rights Campaign) Views
Thursday, May 09, 2019
Where Has Our Love Gone? It’s Missing From Progressive Politics
When George W. Bush coined the term “compassionate conservatism,” it sounded like an oxymoron to many of us who had lived through the harsh and unforgiving conservatism of the ’80s and ’90s. It sounded disingenuous. Ideas like compassion, forgiveness and redemption were more typically associated...
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