This week is a special episode of IMPACTability® as we celebrate our 50th episode by highlighting some of the best nonprofit tips, tricks, and resources that our experts have shared with us on the podcast. We have hand-picked some of the best segments from our first fifty episodes, featuring guests who have shared their expertise in the nonprofit sector. It's IMPACTability's Greatest Hits!
- Introductions 0:30
- Common donor development mistakes. 1:30
(With Lou Traina, Senior Consultant at Soukup Strategic Solutions.)
- What is world class stewardship and how do you get there? 2:45
(With Mark Litzler, Director of Institutional Giving at The Cleveland Orchestra.)
- What are nonprofits missing with fundraising? 4:11
(With Tim Kachuriak, Founder and Chief Innovation and Optimization Officer for NextAfter.)
- The who, what, when, where, and why of donors 5:10
(With Tim Sarantonio, Director of Corporate Brand at NeonOne.)
- Why are some nonprofits tech shy? 6:32
(With Aby Jarvis, Nonprofit Education Manager at Qgiv)
- New developments in fundraising 7:45
(With Nidhi Doshi, The Founder of PayBee)
- Benefits of donor research and tips for the field 9:30
(With Daryl Moser, Business Developement Manager at DonorPerfect )
- How to get media publicity 13:45
(With Kimberly Lohman-Clapp, Founder & CEO at Golden Hour Communications, LLC)
- Website identity thieves 17:00
(With Jeanne Seewald, Trademark, Copyright, and Licensing Board Certified Intellectual Property Attorney)
- Advice on nonprofit collaborations 20:00
(With Jayson Roa, President and Chief Executive Officer at Avow Hospice, Inc.)
(Tony Olivo, Senior Vice President, Software Engineering at FlexGen®)
How to handle a Board, tips and tricks 26:30
(With Jamie Ross, the President and CEO of the Florida Housing Coalition.)
Executive succession plans 28:00
(With Peggy Monson, Nonprofit Consultant at Soukup Strategic Solutions)
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