In The Toolbox: Strategies for Crafting Social Impact, celebrated nonprofit executive Jacob Harold delivers an expert guide to doing good in the twenty-first century. In the book, you'll explore nine tools that have driven world-shaking social movements and billion-dollar businesses-tools that can work just as well for a farmers market or fire department or small business. The author describes each of the tools-including storytelling, mathematical modeling, and design thinking-in a stand-alone chapter, intertwining each with a consistent narrative. Listeners will also find: a consistent focus and emphasis on the work of social good and how it can be applied in any business, government agency, or nonprofit organization; poems and stories to illustrate and enrich the core ideas of the book; a fulsome, three-chapter introduction offering an a crash course in the basics of social impact strategy in the twenty-first century; and a comprehensive strategic playbook for contributing to the shared work of building a better world. An essential blueprint for anyone interested in improving the world around them, The Toolbox: Strategies for Crafting Social Impact is an incisive strategic guide that will prove to be indispensable for everyone who seeks to collaboratively build something better.