[PODCAST] Managing Multigenerational Teams – Kate Viana
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by Meghan Speer
20h ago
Managing Multigenerational Teams – Kate Viana One of the biggest challenges a nonprofit leader can face is managing their team. When you have a diverse group of people from multiple generations who all come with their own unique communication styles, motivations, and life experiences, it can be tough to bridge those gaps. On today’s episode, host Meghan Speer sits down with Kate Viana from Nontoxic Nonprofits to discuss everything leaders need to understand about these different generations and how to manage them effectively.  Kate’s odyssey in nonprofit communications and marketing spa ..read more
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[PODCAST] A Mission Statement Isn’t Marketing – Wes Gay
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by Delaney Mullennix, MPA
1w ago
A Mission Statement Isn’t Marketing – Wes Gay Can your leadership, board, and key audiences rattle off your organization’s mission statement? Maybe, but not likely. Can they each tell you what your organization is about? Probably, but based on their perspective you can get a wide variety of answers. This is why clarity and simplicity is so key when it comes to nonprofit marketing! On this episode, host Meghan Speer sits down with Wes Gay to talk about the importance of clarifying you marketing messages. A must-listen episode for anyone in marketing or development and a great one to share wit ..read more
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Jim Eskin’s Guide to Successful Mentorship
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by Gabriel
1w ago
Jim Eskin’s Guide to Successful Mentorship looks at the win-win relationship between the mentor and the mentee. Mentoring is a word that is loosely tossed around, and just about everyone encourages it. Large organizations strategically invest in formal programs that match senior with junior employees. Undeniably, mentors are worth their weight in gold. Typically, the enrichment is viewed through the lens of the mentee. After 40 years in the workplace, I now have a profound perspective of how both mentor and mentee win for mutual benefit. Let me begin by saying whatever success I have enjoyed i ..read more
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COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCAM: Are They Just Another Savings Account for The Rich?
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by Louis Fawcett
2w ago
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCAM: Are They Just Another Savings Account for Rich People?  You won’t want to miss author Louis Fawcett’s take on the misuse of Donor Advised Funds. Read about the billions of charitable dollars that are being mismanaged in your community in RE-IMAGINING NONPROFITS. Did you know that more than $150 billion dollars are held under management in Donor Advised Funds (DAFs)?  This means these monies are tied up in investment accounts rather than being put to use in communities who need this money more than wealth management advisors.  Donor Advised Funds are a ..read more
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[PODCAST] Subscription Model Philanthropy
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by Meghan Speer
2w ago
Subscription Model Philanthropy – Dave Raley If the average person looked at their bank statement for the month, how many subscriptions do you think they would find? Between streaming services, delivery services, and apps, it’s probably more than we realize! The subscription mindset has taken over our society and in today’s episode host Meghan Speer sits down with Dave Raley to talk about how nonprofits can increase their recurring giving through it. As a consultant, speaker, writer, and founder of Imago Consulting, Dave Raley works with leaders who recognize the importance of innovatio ..read more
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The Hidden Hero: How Product Managers Drive Impact in the Non-Profit Sector
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by Shruti Salunkhe
3w ago
As philanthropy and community engagement take center stage in the ever-changing world of non-profit organizations, product managers’ contributions are frequently overlooked. Their customer-centric attitude and strategic acumen, however, have tremendous potential to propel organizations to success and increase their social influence. By combining knowledge from conventional product development with the novel concept of social impact, let us explore the many ways in which product management helps non-profits. Product management, what is it? Finding problems, creating answers, and then making tho ..read more
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[PODCAST] Cultivating Donors by Adding Value
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by Meghan Speer
3w ago
Cultivating Donors by Adding Value Anyone who works in fundraising dreams of a world where everyone automatically cares about and supports their mission without even having to be asked, but that is just not our reality. In our actual world, donors are people who have lives and jobs and responsibilities and even if they do want to support the mission, they don’t want to be treated like an ATM machine. This is where the importance of providing value back to donors comes in. In today’s episode Meghan Speer sits down with Brad Davies to discuss the importance of cultivating donor relationships wh ..read more
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Fundraising Across The Big Pond
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by Jim Eskin
1M ago
It has been an extraordinary privilege to host 120 interactive webinars since March 2020 for our nationwide learning community of professional and volunteer non-profit leaders. This has given me the pleasure of getting to know and work with some of the most respected, experienced and wisest experts in the fields of fundraising, advancement and other disciplines essential to non-profit empowerment and success. Recently we hosted our first transatlantic webinar featuring Bernard Ross, Director, =mc consulting, Europe’s leading management and fundraising consultancy, as our subject matter expert ..read more
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[PODCAST] The Importance of Knowing Your Team
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by Meghan Speer
1M ago
The Importance of Knowing Your Team There are plenty of personality profile tests out there. From Meyers Briggs to the Enneagram to Strengths Finders to DISC, the list can go on and on. These tools can be a great way to get to know yourself better and a great tool for team building… if you actually use and learn from them! On today’s episode, Meghan sits down with Jon Sarles to talk about the importance of emotional intelligence for leaders, the science behind why these tools help, and the growth an organization can have when the leader knows their team. Jon Sarles is the president of Elevate ..read more
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Training Your Board for a Capital Campaign: 6 Tips
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by Capital Campaign Pro
1M ago
As you gear up for a capital campaign, it’s crucial to ensure your board members are not just “on board” but are well-prepared for and enthusiastic about their roles in the campaign.  Well-trained board members can be a game-changer for capital campaigns. Rather than being timid, anxious, and hesitant, they will be courageous, excited, and confident leaders who set the tone for growing your organization’s capacity.  Here are six effective tips to train your board members as you prepare for your capital campaign. Trainings should touch on the three critical areas: understanding capit ..read more
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