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Nonprofit MBA Podcast Episodes

State of Nonprofit Board Chairs: Preparing, Selecting, Supporting. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.10

Summary: There is no doubt that serving as a committee chair comes with significant board leadership and decision-making tasks. However, it is not just a chairperson’s responsibility to use their power for getting things done, but it is also their responsibility to oversee the board committee members and senior management team. In holding such a […]

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Strategic Partnerships So Your Nonprofit Can Survive. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.9

Summary: Strategic partnerships are used in the for-profit world quite often. However, strategic partnerships can also be used in the non-profit and social service sectors as well. These partnerships can help build momentum within a targeted community and can help aid in executing a mission more effectively. Coming together with another organization can often cause […]

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How to Manage and Lead Your Nonprofit Employees. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.8

Summary: There is a lot of overlap between being in a leadership position and being in a management position. Leadership development is a journey that takes lots of determination as well as trial and error to master. Through positivity, being a role model, communicating the organization’s mission, purpose, values, and culture, hiring the right people, […]

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Is Your Nonprofit Board Bored or on Board: the Importance of a Push Back Board. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.8

It is a tough time for all leaders, including those leaders for nonprofit organizations, with everything going on right now during these tough times. It is even harder for decision-making when there are major differences, goals, or communication strategies between the different leadership levels of a nonprofit organization. Whether the nonprofit board is bored, or […]

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Ensuring Your Nonprofit Mission Survives the Pandemic Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.7

The pandemic has forced nonprofits to think differently about their mission and how to achieve it. Nonprofits usually focus on their mission, achieving that mission, the founders of the mission, and the staff doing the work. Nonprofit leaders are now navigating remote work, changes to tax benefits from the cares act, moving to virtual events, […]

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Key Fundraising Metrics Every Nonprofit Executive Director Should Know and Measure. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.6

Today’s Guest: Robin Cabral Today, I am excited to be speaking with Robin Cabral from Development Consulting Solutions. Robin L. Cabral, MA, CFRE is the fundraising coach and consultant who provides value-added interim “hands-on” remote and coaching support with razor-sharp monthly result objectives and benchmarked deliverables. With her over 25 years of experience, she has […]

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Is this Pandemic the Best Time to Plan for a Nonprofit? Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.6

Today’s Guest: Jay Vogt from Peoplesworth Today, I am excited to be speaking with Jay Vogt. He is an organizational development consultant with a core competency in facilitation and specialization in facilitating large groups. He has over 35 years of experience working with entrepreneurial nonprofits and mission-driven businesses. Jay founded People’s Worth, a private practice […]

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How Video Email Is Driving 300% Increase in Nonprofit Giving: Nonprofit MBA Podcast 2.4

Podcast Host: Stephen Halasnik, Managing Partner, Financing Solutions Guest:  Matt Barnett, Owner, Bonjoro, Video Emails Today, I am excited to be speaking with Matt Barnett Founder of Bonjoro. Bonjoro is on a mission, to help nonprofits triple their donations/fundraising by helping them to build a one to one- personal relationship with their donors by using […]

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Nonprofit Board of Directors vs Executive Director: Why They Can be Best Friends

Doug Borwick from Outfitters.com will be on today’s Nonprofit MBA Podcast with Financing Solutions Stephen Halasnik discussing how the nonprofit board of directors and executive directors can work closely together. For three decades, Doug Borwick headed the Arts Management and Not-for-Profit Management Programs at Salem College in Winston-Salem, NC. (He created the latter, one of […]

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