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Onboarding and Recruiting Principles for Effective Nonprofit Boards. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.15

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and his guest James Mueller discuss the principles of onboarding and recruiting for nonprofit boards. Bringing on the right person when recruiting a nonprofit board member is crucial for nonprofit success.  However, before you are able to find your right candidate, your organization must be able to reflect […]

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Why Nonprofit Leadership & Storytelling Are Critical To Grow Your Nonprofit. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.12

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and his Guest Pam Sherman discuss why nonprofit leadership & storytelling can help grow your nonprofit. It is no secret that in order to have a successful, high functioning organization your nonprofit management and leadership have to be great. In addition to that, the messenger behind your organization […]

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How to Hire a Consultant for Your Nonprofit. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.10

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and his guest Nancy Halpern discuss how to hire a consultant for your nonprofit. Nonprofit needs vary from organization to organization and hiring a consultant to help tackle those issues can be crucial to addressing various needs. However, in nonprofit consulting, it is crucial that you are able […]

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Things Nonprofits Should Know About Public and Product Liability

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If you’re running a nonprofit business then the chances are you’re trying to do good in the world. All of your efforts, and the efforts of your employees, are pulling in a positive direction. In the eyes of the law, though, this doesn’t mean you don’t have the same responsibilities and liabilities as other businesses. […]

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How Nonprofits Can Compete Using Technology. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.9

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and his guest Chris Moschovitis discuss how nonprofits can compete using technology. Technology has evolved immensely over the past decade and has opened up many more opportunities for businesses while saving money and time. The idea to leverage technology in a small nonprofit can receive mixed reactions. Some […]

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Using Scholarships to Secure Major Gifts For Your Nonprofit. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.8

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and his guest Dr. Allen Abbott discuss how to use scholarships to secure major gifts for your nonprofit. It is no secret that in order to make things happen and achieve a nonprofit’s mission, you need the resources to do so. Sometimes fundraisers and other means of securing […]

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The Tell-Tale Qualities Of a Strong Board of Directors. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.6

In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and CEO of Pink Trumpet Hawwa Muhammad talk about what it takes to put together an exemplary Board of Directors for any non-profit. Having a good Board of Directors is crucial to a non-profit’s success, and hinges on the proper allocation of work, great organization, and impeccable hiring. It […]

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Handling Your Boss, The Nonprofit Board. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.5

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and his guest Karen Eber discuss how to handle your boss, the nonprofit board. The sustainability of a nonprofit organization lies in its board members having the fiduciary responsibility to guide and act honestly for the good of the organization. The board can be challenging to the executive […]

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How Outsourcing Can Help Your Nonprofit Do More With Less. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.3

Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Stephen Halasnik and Eric Thomas discuss how outsourcing can benefit nonprofit organizations. Effectively staffing a nonprofit can be a difficult task, and outsourcing is a viable option for nonprofits looking to optimize their budgets and back-office functions. Many nonprofits may be unfamiliar with outsourcing, so Stephen and Eric will fill you […]

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Professional Development For Nonprofits on a Nonprofit Budget

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Companies can sometimes spend lots of money on professional development for their employees, whether they are for-profit or nonprofit. Smaller to mid-sized nonprofits don’t always have the resources for that, and it’s hard to explain to funders the need for their dollars to go toward professional development. However, developing staff knowledge and skills is vital […]

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