462: Scale Up & Sustain – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Scale Up & Sustain
It’s a question I hear often from nonprofit leaders: “How does my organization get to the next level?” Kathleen Kelly Janus’s research leads her to the answers and she shares them with you. Her book is “Social Startup Success.” (Originally aired 12/8/17)

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461: Recruiting Your Board Members – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Recruiting Your Board Members
Gene Takagi returns with 12 tips, ideas and strategies you can use in board recruitment. We’re talking expectations, motivations, commitment, requirements, and more. He’s our legal contributor and principal of NEO, the Nonprofit and Exempt Organizations Law Group. 

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460: Beyond Local & Online To IRL – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Beyond Local
We’re talking about scaling your community. Want to go regional? National? Global? Stay online or move to IRL? My guest from 19NTC is Emma Togni with Social Techno. This is our last of 32 19NTC interviews.

Online To IRL
Amy Sample Ward
continues our convo and focuses on in real life community building. Drawing on NTEN’s experience, she has strategies for growth and local empowerment, and shares resources. She’s our social media and technology contributor and NTEN’s CEO.

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459: 5-Minute Planned Giving Marketing & What’s Fair Game? – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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5-Minute Planned Giving Marketing
The best person to reveal my wildly simple Planned Giving promotion tips is me. (Originally aired 8/18/17)

What’s Fair Game?
Info you find on LinkedIn about a potential donor belongs in your report on the person. What about Facebook and Instagram? What if the tidbit is embarrassing or compromising, but valuable to your org? Should you friend prospects to learn more? Maria Semple walks us through the ethical conundrums. She’s our prospect research contributor and The Prospect Finder. (Also from the 8/18/17 show) 

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458: Wounded Charity – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Wounded Charity
Author and consultant Doug White returns with his latest book, “Wounded Charity,” positing that the 2016 allegations against Wounded Warrior Project were mostly untrue and that the organization’s board failed. And the media. Oy. Join us for a provocative and thoughtful analysis.

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457: Peer-To-Peer Peek & Poverty Porn – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Peer-To-Peer Peek
Our panel from the Nonprofit Technology Conference shares an overview of community-driven fundraising. How do you plan for, inspire and activate your supporters? They’re Noah Barnett from CauseVox and Kenny Kane with Testicular Cancer Foundation. (Originally aired 7/6/18)

Poverty Porn
Amy Sample Ward returns to discuss the issues around graphic images and descriptions of poverty. How can you avoid the porn trap and white savior stereotyping, while telling compelling stories and advocating effectively? She’s our social media & technology contributor and CEO of NTEN. (Also from the 7/6/18 show)

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456: New Power – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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New Power 
Why do some leap ahead while others fall behind in our chaotic, connected age? Co-author Henry Timms, president & CEO of 92nd Street Y, has the answers from his book, “New Power.” (Originally aired 6/8/18)

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455: Online Major Giving & Online Adversity – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Online Major Giving
Do you have web forms for your major donors? Our 19NTC panel hashes the pros and cons of automating major giving and—if you decide to expand to online—how to work around the obstacles. They’re Adam London at Project Donor Love; Carrie Rice from Carrie Rice Consulting; and Anneliese Davis with Rahab’s Sisters.

Online Adversity
How do you maintain personal and organizational values when people are screaming at you in the social networks? Burt Edwards, our panel of one from 19NTC, shares strategies and systems that keep your staff, supporters and social ambassadors safe when they speak out online. He’s from Friends of the Columbia Gorge.

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454: Youth Leadership & Whole Self To Work – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Youth Leadership
Our panel of youths and a program coordinator explains how to engage young people in organizational decision making, using technology development as the vehicle. They’re Sarah Hoang from Park Youth Collaborative; Lucky Lim with NatureBridge Marin Headlands; and Lalee Simeso at Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. (Recorded at 19NTC.)

Whole Self To Work
What does it mean for marginalized folks to bring their whole selves to work? Why does it matter for your org when people of color feel they can’t be fully themselves in your office? Our panel answers these and offers subtle but powerful strategies to dismantle barriers. They’re Raj Aggarwal and Vanice Dunn, both from Provoc. (Also from 19NTC.)

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453: Manage Your Programs With A CRM & Co-Learning For Your Programs – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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First, I fired a listener. Then . . . 

Manage Your Programs With A CRM 
The right CRM can help you run day-to-day program operations: track client relationships and outcomes; host trainings; manage certifications; organize transportation; and more. Our panel was recorded at 19NTC and they’re Jake Grinsted from Simply 360; Leah Kopperman with Keshet; Kai Williams at The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council; and Medha Nanal from Top Cloud Consulting. 

Co-Learning For Your Programs 
This 19NTC panel encourages you to look at a more collaborative training culture, which pushes the bounds of who is the educator. They’re Debra Askanase at Oracle NetSuite; LaCheka Phillips with TechSoup/NGOsource and Kevin Martone from JCamp180. 

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