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This Week: Your Corporate Funding In “The Boardroom Playbook,” Lori Zoss Kraska gives you step-by-step strategies—and healthy doses of encouragement—to improve your corporate funding process so you increase support and sponsorships. She’s with us to talk about her book. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: Align Your Money With Your Goals There’s a dimension to your budgeting you might be missing: Organizing your budget so you know what impact your money is achieving for you, and you know the costs connected to your goals. Sarah Olivieri returns to help you course correct. She’s the founder of PivotGround. There’s more at tonymartignetti.c…
 
This Week: Team Care Susan Comfort wants you to go beyond self care, which we’ve covered over the last two weeks, to team care. Yes, take care of yourself and your friends, then look after your team. She’s founder of Nonprofit Wellness, and this was part of our coverage of the 2021 Nonprofit Technology Conference. This week’s show is intentionally …
 
This Week: Make Friends Dr. Marisa G. Franco helps you start and grow friendships, so you can enjoy rich, valuable, fun friendships now and throughout your life. She’s a psychologist, professor and author of the book, “Platonic,” a New York Times bestseller. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Wake Up Excited, Go To Bed Fulfilled That’s what Eric Saperston wants for you. He returns after many years to share his wisdom born of research over cups of coffee with some of the most successful folks on the planet. Plus there’s his book, “Live In Wonder.” There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: The Smart Nonprofit That’s Beth Kanter and Allison Fine’s new book, revealing the potential of smart technology and artificial intelligence for your nonprofit, and the entire sector. Beth and Allison are with us to share their thinking. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Your Dismantling Racism Journey Starting with your people, your culture and your leadership, how do you identify, talk about and begin to break down inequitable structures in your nonprofit? My guest is Pratichi Shah, founder & CEO at Flourish Talent Management Solutions. (Originally aired 7/8/20) There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: In Nonprofits, Do We Trust? Public trust in nonprofits is eroding. Why is that, what does it mean for our work, and what can the nonprofit community do about it? Gene Takagi, our legal contributor and principal of NEO Law Group, returns with his insights. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: The Tech That Comes Next Social impact orgs, technology developers, funders, communities and policy makers can all do better at technology development, argue Amy Sample Ward and Afua Bruce in their new book, “The Tech That Comes Next.” There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Planned Giving For Eastern Donors Cultural and familial differences between East and West raise issues for Planned Giving fundraising. Vidya Moorthy from Clural LLC and Bassett Education India, raises our consciousness. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Sustainable Fundraising Larry Johnson is author of the book, “The Eight Principles of Sustainable Fundraising.” He walks us through several of them, including “Donors are the Drivers,” “Leadership Leads” and “Divide & Grow.” There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Your Tech Problem Is Actually A People Problem Wrapping up our #22NTC coverage, Ananda Robie and Sam Dorman sort out why your nonprofit’s technology problem is very likely a people problem. And they share their roadmap to better technology tomorrow. Ananda is with the Center for Action and Contemplation and Sam is from The Build Tank. Th…
 
This Week: Accounting For Nonprofit Leaders In our penultimate #22NTC show, Tosha Anderson and Zanni Miranda introduce key accounting concepts to help nonprofit leadership avoid the common pitfalls they see. Tosha is CEO of The Charity CFO and Zanni is with Nonprofit Solutions. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: Board Members Are People Too One size fits all rules may not make sense for your board, especially if you’re embracing diversity and equity in board membership. Our guest, Judy Levine, is a longtime board coach, trainer and consultant, and she leads Cause Effective. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: Increase Data Literacy Across Your Nonprofit Widespread data literacy helps your teams build a shared language of data communication, recognize good and bad data, and appropriately apply analytics to improve decision making. Alexandra Mannerings makes the case. She’s from Merakinos. (This is part of our continuing #22NTC coverage.) There…
 
This Week: Tech Policies That Reduce Toxic Productivity First, what is toxic productivity? Then, as your teams use technology more often for work, how might your practices be hurting the people who work with you? Finally, what are the better practices and policies? It’s all covered by Marina Martinez-Bateman, from New Coyote Consulting. (This is pa…
 
This Week: Cybersecurity 101 Our #22NTC coverage picks back up with a summary of the tech threat landscape, key policies and procedures to have in place, and how to make the case for devoting resources to IT protection. Our guests are Matt Eshleman and Sarah Wolfe, both from Community IT Innovators. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: 600th Show! For this auspicious occasion, we have august personages. My co-host is Claire Meyerhoff. We’ve got live music from Scott Stein. Our contributors, Amy Sample Ward and Gene Takagi are here. Our sponsors, Turn Two Communications and Fourth Dimension Technologies will be dropping in. And we’ll surprise a bunch of folks, The Delig…
 
This Week: Service Design Our #22NTC coverage continues with Janice Chan sharing her strategies for creating great programs, events and campaigns that offer value while balancing the needs of all your stakeholders. She’s from Shift and Scaffold. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: The Chronicle of Philanthropy Will Go Nonprofit The Chronicle is taking a bold step, from privately held to nonprofit. Why? What does that mean for journalism that covers our community locally and nationally? What can you expect for webinars and professional development? Editor Stacy Palmer answers all the questions. There’s more at tony…
 
This Week: Your RFP Process There’s a better way to manage requests for proposals, so that you weed out vendors who aren’t right, choose the best finalists, select the best provider, and transition smoothly to project launch. Josh Riman from Great Believer explains. (This is part of our coverage of #22NTC, hosted by NTEN.) There’s more at tonymarti…
 
This Week: Appealing To Tomorrow’s Major Donors There’s $50 trillion set to change hands in North America by 2050, enriching today’s millennials and Generation Z. Let’s talk about cultivation and fundraising strategies to reach these generations. My guest is Nejeed Kassam from Keela. (This is part of our coverage of #22NTC, hosted by NTEN.) There’s…
 
This Week: Responding To Microagressions & Discrimination Resuming our #22NTC coverage, Dan Berstein helps you identify these situations, decide whether and how to speak up, and mitigate your own potential biases and accept feedback. He has mental health resources for you at bit.ly/mhskills and bit.ly/TMHDashboard. Dan is from MH Mediate. There’s m…
 
This Week: Mentoring Don Gatewood shares his extensive experience with professional and personal mentoring—as both mentor and mentee—so you know what to think about before you enter a mentoring relationship, and what to expect. He’s with The Initiative Baltimore. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Many Ways To Test Your Digital Fundraising As our #22NTC coverage continues, Jeremy Haselwood walks you through 30 variables you can test throughout your digital fundraising, including your homepage, donation pages, Facebook ads, and more. He’s from Fundraisers Unite. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: Create Your Email Welcome Journey You don’t want to welcome new donors with only a single email, or worse, digital silence. Seize this unique opportunity to draw folks into your story, validate their decision to support you and turn them into loyal ambassadors. Patty Breech from The Purpose Collective helps you out. (This is part of our …
 
This Week: Using COPE To Keep Your Website Fresh Create Once, Publish Everywhere. User friendly COPE workflows and principles will efficiently keep your website content up-to-date. Explaining how are Katelyn Gerber and Rachel Kribbs, both from FORM. (This is part of our coverage of the 2022 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN.) There’s …
 
This Week: The Other Tony Martignetti Am I encroaching on him or is he encroaching on me? I think we can find peaceful coexistence. The other Tony Martignetti is the individual and team coach at Inspired Purpose Coaching and author of the book, “Climbing the Right Mountain.” There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
This Week: The mere thought of getting or giving feedback makes many people anxious. Yet normalizing feedback as a safe, productive, routine exercise will improve your team’s performance. Amy Drader from Growth Partners Consulting, reveals how to get to that higher state. (This is part of Nonprofit Radio’s coverage of 22NTC, the 2022 Nonprofit Tech…
 
This Week: Apps, Tools & Tactics For The Hybrid Worklpace Work ain’t going back to what it was pre-pandemic. How can you and your teams remain productive, not merely busy? Jason Shim and Meico Whitlock reveal the resources that will lead you to rockstar productivity. Jason is from Pathways to Education Canada and Meico is The Mindful Techie. There’…
 
This Week: Measuring Equity We’re kicking off the 2022 Nonprofit Technology Conference (#22NTC) conversations, with a discussion of how equity can be incorporated into your nonprofit’s performance measurement. Sharing their collaboration are Danielle Fox at Union of Concerned Scientists, Ellonda Williams with B Lab and Rajneesh Aggarwal from Provoc…
 
This Week: Your Corporate Partnership Strategy Chris Barlow from Beeline, returns to outline a savvy, winning strategy to help you get valuable corporate partnerships. Beeline has a free resource for you, their Corporate Partnerships Attraction Kit. This follows last week’s show, “Don’t Work For Free,” on not undervaluing your assets as you talk to…
 
This Week: Don’t Work For Free Your brand, programs, assets and communities are a commodity worth assigning value to. Is it time to tell a company, or other potential partner, “Thanks, but no thanks.” Matthew Zachary from OffScrip Health shares his advice. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Improve Your Relationship With Failure We all know we ought to learn from failure. But most of us don’t have that healthy relationship with failure. Ashley Good reveals the breakdowns to help us improve the relationship. Her consultancy is Fail Forward. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Nonprofit Emeriti With JoAnn Goldberger We’re kicking off a new feature, highlighting long-career retirees from the nonprofit community who have ideas, wisdom and experience to share. JoAnn Goldberger is our inaugural Nonprofit Emeriti guest. She shares strategies for getting your org to the next level. You’ll find her on LinkedIn. There…
 
This Week: Get Off The Recruitment Merry-Go-Round When someone leaves your nonprofit, it’s an opportunity to carefully assess, not a time to jump into a hasty job description and post it on LinkedIn. Teri Beckman shares her strategies for thoughtfully recruiting, developing and retaining talent. She’s founder and CEO of HIGOL. There’s more at tonym…
 
This Week: Founder Syndrome It can severely hold back a nonprofit’s work when the organization becomes the founder. What are the symptoms and treatments? Heidi Johnson is a founder, took over leadership from a founder, and has been studying founders and their orgs for many years. She hosts the blog and podcast, Charity Matters. There’s more at tony…
 
This Week: Fundraising Amid Polarization From The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Drew Lindsay uncovers the details from his two recent articles reporting on the impact of political polarization on nonprofit fundraising. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Fundraising Amid Polarization From The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Drew Lindsay uncovers the details from his two recent articles reporting on the impact of political polarization on nonprofit fundraising. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: The 40 Laws Of Nonprofit Impact We can’t hit all of them, but that’s the title of Derik Timmerman’s book. He’s got advice like “give to gain,” “hire with ruthless selectivity,” “win while you’re sleeping,” and “eat last and get dirty.” We’ll talk about these and other ideas. Derik is the founder of Sparrow Nonprofit Solutions. There’s mo…
 
This Week: Legal Outlook For 2022 Gene Takagi returns for a mix of checklist items and emerging trends. It’s a good time to look big picture at your HR investments, corporate docs and financials. Also, what to look out for in crowdfunding, donor disclosure, data protection, and more. Gene is principal of the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Gro…
 
This Week: Nonprofit Software Vulnerability With log4j Happy New Year! There’s a software risk gaining attention and there’s a good chance you’ll need help diagnosing and repairing it. You don’t need to horde gas, cash and toilet paper. Just be aware and do the repair. Joshua Peskay, from RoundTable Technology, sorts it out. There’s more at tonymar…
 
This Week: Social Media Outlook For 2022 Charrosé King-Mathews reveals what to look for in the New Year around platform evolution and content trends in the social networks. She’s an instructor in communications at Howard University. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: Zombie Loyalists Peter Shankman is a 5x best selling author, entrepreneur and corporate keynote speaker. His book “Zombie Loyalists” focuses on customer service; creating rabid fans who do your social media, marketing and PR for you. This is our annual rebroadcast of a show with very smart ideas for you to think about over the holidays. …
 
This Week: Is A Social Enterprise For You? What are these and how do you decide whether to take one on—or even consider it—at your nonprofit? What kinds of businesses lend themselves to social enterprise and how do you structure the relationship? Tamra Ryan makes sense of it all. She’s CEO of Women’s Bean Project. There’s more at tonymartignetti.co…
 
This Week: Purpose Driven Marketing Stu Swineford reveals the principles and pillars of purpose driven marketing that will keep your donors engaged and wanting to support your mission. He’s co-author of the ebook, “Mission Uncomfortable.” There’s more at tonymartignetti.com저자 Tony Martignetti
 
This Week: How Much To Spend On Ads In 2022 “The Nonprofit Advertising Benchmark Study” will help you decide what’s the right amount for you to spend on advertising if you want to be comparable to your peers. At the very least, it’s a place to start your research on ad spending. George Weiner explains the study. He’s chief whaler at Whole Whale. Do…
 
This Week: Bitcoin & The Future Of Fundraising That’s the new book by Anne Connelly and Jason Shim. They share the potential in cryptocurrency donations and explain simply, how to get started. Private keys; public keys; wallets; and exchanges. It’s time to learn what’s inevitably in your nonprofit’s future. There’s more at tonymartignetti.com…
 
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