Even in organizations who have an intentional focus on equity, the typical approach to hiring and recruitment can bring up many unintentional biases. Learn how FFI leaned into our values to redesign the hiring process and try on new approaches to upend potential bias.
Every change comes with both benefits and consequences. These are called tradeoffs. Watch this video to learn how tradeoffs work in practice
Communities, organizations and individuals across the country are already advancing structural change so everyone has a fair shot. The Wellbeing in Action map captures innovations and examples by location, issue area and Wellbeing Blueprint principles.
Utilize the Tradeoffs Analysis Tool to identify how a specific rule or policy impacts stakeholders across the different domains of wellbeing and discuss the implications.
This resource helps individuals think through how they can prepare for change and anticipate the tradeoffs that come along with making a change or decision.
The Five Domains of Wellbeing drive our behaviors, this resource looks at the domains and how the same behavior can be exhibited for very different reasons.
This resource is a worksheet that you can use to reframe the behaviors of anyone (friends, family, coworkers, clients, patients, etc.) using the five domains of wellbeing and thinking about what are the gains or losses from the behavior.
Use this resource to guide your understanding of what motivates individual behaviors and how behaviors are impacted by tradeoffs.
Science and human experience tells us we all are driven to meet our needs in five domains of wellbeing: social connectedness, safety, stability, mastery and meaningful access to relevant resources. This short video reviews how we all use tradeoffs when making decisions big and small in our day-to-day lives.
A report from Frameworks Institute synthesizes the complex body of research around existing poverty narratives and counter-narratives, with practical advice about how to use narratives to create better stories—and, ultimately, to create social change.
Learn how changing procurement processes within governments can help us tackle systemic inequities and shift how funding reaches communities who are doing transformational work.
Our toolkit provides guidance for making procurement processes more equitable, and tangible tools for practical use such as score guides and questions for bidders.