Nonprofit Resources' 501(c)ast is a facilitated web series of interviews that brings together seasoned experts to help nonprofits succeed.
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Keeping the “Success” in “Succession Planning”
Whether you have a for-profit or nonprofit organization, transitions in leadership and other critical positions are inevitable. In this 501cast, we will be talking with Abby Donnelly, founder of The Leadership & Legacy Group, and author of “Straight Talk About Planning Your Succession: A Primer For CEOs” and “128 Tips to Make You a More Effective Leader”. Abby will discuss the importance of having a solid succession plan in place that identifies potential future leaders and prepares them for a successful transition to a leadership position.
It is August of 2021, and although vaccine rates are increasing in the United States, the variants of COVID-19 are now putting us back into the realm of “uncertainty” when it comes to meetings and events. Join Tim Altbaum, CEO of Vario Event Production Management Company, as he discusses the future of events and how people are choosing between in-person, virtual, or hybrid, and trying to establish what option is right for each organization.
Jeff Rose, a digital marketing expert and Director of AMC & Agency Partnerships at Feathr, shares how nonprofits can pivot and connect meaningfully with engaged audiences. Whether it is membership drives, fundraising, event promotion, or more, digital marketing opens up a world of possibilities. Tune in to learn how you can start moving the needle today!
How you manage your energy has everything to do with satisfaction, happiness, and success; not only for you but for your team and your entire organization. Learn about the levels of positive and negative energy, and how to manage moving between them with our coach Natalya Berdikyan of Life By Design.
We gain wisdom through the teachings of Keith Roberts, founder of Zenman, Melissa Thompson, Operations Director of SECU Family House, and Jeremy Leman, owner of Sealtite, Inc. These three spiritually-awakened colleagues share a candid conversation about their religious beliefs, and how they practice what they preach. Join us as these spiritually calm experts speak about spirituality and leadership and how the two combine.
Tune in to an informal discussion on the most common nonprofit staffing models, and the pros and cons of each. AMC owners, association staff, volunteers, and other leaders joined in on this open dialogue aimed at helping nonprofits understand their options and make sound decisions.
Jason Finucan, Founder of Stigma Zero, joins us for this 501(c)ast episode to discuss prioritizing mental health in uncertain times. How do you recognize and address the subject within your organization? What are the tools and resources you can use to combat the stigma of mental health issues? Watch this video and find out!
Nonprofit Resources is often queried in regard to our fresh-faced roster of staff. In this episode, Clint Shireman, Advisory Director of High Performance Insulation Professionals, debunks some common misconceptions about younger generations in the workforce. If your organization is on the lookout for new talent, watch our latest episode to learn more about recruiting a younger workforce, hiring the right fit, and how to keep those quality employees on board.
Director of Nonprofit Programs for Hamline University and our friend and mentor, Jeannie Fox, presents an overview of nonprofit organization history in the United States, the evolution of careers in the nonprofit sector, and the outlook for the nonprofit industry going forward. Thinking about a career in nonprofit management? This episode is for you! Learn the ins and outs, and why it makes more sense than ever to consider a career in nonprofits.
Wanting to start a nonprofit? Give it some more thought. With over 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States, organizations are competing for essential resources such as donor dollars, volunteers, and board members. Now more than ever, it is essential that associations look for mergers or partnerships to further their mission. In Episode 2 of 501(c)ast, Dr. Gailey with Point Loma Nazarene University joins us to discuss the misconception of starting nonprofits, the need for mergers and partnerships, and how to overcome challenges that come with collaborative efforts.
Nonprofits large and small are scrambling to reschedule events in the day of COVID-19. Correctly re-negotiating your hotel contract to minimize fees and salvage relationships is both a science and an art. In this episode of Nonprofit Resource’s 501(c)ast series, Prestige Global Meeting Source joins us to advise.