June 17, 2024
May 16, 2024

Jim Eskin’s Guide to Successful Mentorship

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 […]
May 18, 2024

[PODCAST] A Mission Statement Isn’t Marketing – Wes Gay

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 […]
May 24, 2024

[PODCAST] Managing Multigenerational Teams – Kate Viana

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 […]
May 30, 2024

10 Must Try Ninja Moves to Boost Your Donor Relationships

When you’re involved in fundraising, whether as a campaign manager, peer-to-peer organizer, or in any solicitation capacity within your organization, your goal is to be the go-to person in your donors’ lives who connects them to their greatest impact.  And to be relevant, you need to show up.  So…what’s stopping you? Limited resources? Time? Not knowing enough about them to play an active role in their lives? Or, maybe, a little of all of the […]