In his career, Jack has assisted with the challenges of businesses to lead them to greatness. The most recent business was struggling to meet its budget of less than $300,000 to exceed it in 2016 to more than than $1.8 million in revenue. His knowledge and experience are now available to assist your business tackle its greater challenges!
University of South Carolina, Business Administration, Columbia, SC
Southeastern Seminary, Master Of Divinity with Languages Wake Forest, NC
"Jack Little is an outstanding visionary utilizing his tremendous vision, strategic planning and executions to motivate others to be their best while serving others. He has a wide range of gifts." Linda Johnson, Outreach Coordinator: Olympic Games, Atlanta, 1996;
World Cup Games in Orlando, 2005.
Our mission is to assist organizations successfully address their challenges to create thriving futures.
Many of today's organizations are searching for ways to succeed in the highly competitive world of economic growth.
jacklittle.solutions LLC offers proven methods to propel your business to new a new future.
AWARDS AND HONORS
-Elected top choice for ‘People to Watch’ by the readers of Moultrie News, 2014
-Voted “The Best of the Best” of Nonprofits by readers of Moultrie News 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017
-Chosen best nonprofit by readers of Mt. Pleasant Magazine
2016 and 2017
-Presented Angel Award by South Carolina Secretary of State, 2012
- Awarded SCORE’s National Award for Progressive Businesses in 2009
- Achieved Charleston Magazine and Coastal Community Foundation’s annual “Giving Back Community Spirit” award in 2009
Strategic approach utilizing all mediums to blend marketing and PR for branding campaigns
Evaluation of administrative and operating expenses to maximize your service/admin ratio
Dreaming of what 'could be' and making your vision become a reality.
Program planning and implementation on limited budgets.
For many years in my career, to better understand a community, Needs Surveys were conducted. Programs would then be created around what residents wanted. The result?The creation of a sense of dependency rather than independence resulted.
Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) creates a spirit of independence and empowers the residents. It begins by identifying the unseen assets with community leaders.
Too many times, these community assets are overlooked at how they can be the solution to community concerns and issues.
ABCD builds on the assets that are already found in the community and mobilizes individuals, associations, and institutions to come together to build on their assets-- not concentrate on their needs. An extensive period of time is spent in identifying the assets of individuals, associations, and then institutions before they are mobilized to work together to build on the identified assets of all involved. Then the identified assets from an individual are matched with people or groups who have an interest or need in that asset. The key is to begin to use what is already in the community.
Everyone has gifts and talents.
In low income communities, residents often overlook their own giftedness. Most have been told they have been beat down growing up, at school, on the job and on and on. Some residents can identify their gifts and talents while others have to discover what they are.
Formal and informal associations, networks, and extended families are treated as assets and also as the means to mobilize other assets of the community. By treating relationships as assets, ABCD is a practical application of the concept of social capital.
ABCD's community-driven approach is in keeping with the principles and practice of participatory approaches development, where active participation and empowerment (and the prevention of disempowerment) are the basis of practice. It is a strategy directed towards sustainable, economic development that is community-driven. Consulting for Nonprofits affordable housing employee retention
Citizens at the Center, it is essential to engage the wider community as actors (citizens) not just as recipients of services (clients).
"There is a change in community mindset from "not enough volunteers" to "can-do attitude." Luis Arroyo
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Our Employee Enrichment Program is a holistic approach that drastically improves employee retention!
Drastically improve your employee retention to provide excellence in the continuum of quality care and services of front line workers. Reduce high turnover costs by providing the proper management and support to make employees be successful in the workplace.
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Developing affordable housing for civil workers, teachers, nurses, seniors and the hospitality industry
Homelessness and Affordable Housing utlizing the 'Housing First' philosophy
Creating affordable housing for low income residents who can move up the ladder of self-sufficiency
Preserving an historic settlement community from being developed into a housing subdivision
Progress on Workforce Housing
Mount Pleasant housing committee plans to launch nonprofit
Make Mount Pleasant More Affordable
Consulting for Nonprofits
Baldwin Carson Community Outreach Center
ECCO launches satellite program in Huger Moultrie News Oct 1, 2015 https://www.moultrienews.com/archives/ecco-launches-satellite-program-in-huger/article_d17e6599-4196-534b-befa-6cbf6bb43d64.html
A New Place To Play For Cainhoy Kids In Need Daniel Island News Wed, 12/14/2016 - 9:05am admin http://www.thedanielislandnews.com/news/new-place-play-cainhoy-kids-need#.WdI38pbnBrc.email
John Boudreaux, Retired Architect, Sisters of Charity Board member, Babcock Center Board member, Columbia, SC
Murray Michaels, Vice President of Marketing for the Motor Vehicle Network, ABC Television Network, New York City, Isle of Palms, SC
Executive Director, AIM – Anderson, SC
Frank Smith, Minister of Neighborhood Partnership Missions, First Baptist Church, Greenville, SC.
Mayor of Awendaw, SC since 2013.
Dr. Kendra Stewart, Director, Master of Public Administration Program/Riley Center for Livable Communities at the College Of Charleston