597: The Chronicle of Philanthropy Will Go Nonprofit – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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The Chronicle of Philanthropy Will Go Nonprofit
The Chronicle is taking a bold step, from privately held to nonprofit. Why? What does that mean for journalism that covers our community locally and nationally? What can you expect for webinars and professional development? Editor Stacy Palmer answers all the questions.

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596: Your RFP Procecss – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your RFP Process 
There’s a better way to manage requests for proposals, so that you weed out vendors who aren’t right, choose the best finalists, select the best provider, and transition smoothly to project launch. Josh Riman from Great Believer explains. (This is part of our coverage of #22NTC, hosted by NTEN.) 

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595: Appealing To Tomorrow’s Major Donors – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Appealing To Tomorrow’s Major Donors
There’s $50 trillion set to change hands in North America by 2050, enriching today’s millennials and Generation Z. Let’s talk about cultivation and fundraising strategies to reach these generations. My guest is Nejeed Kassam from Keela. (This is part of our coverage of #22NTC, hosted by NTEN.)

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594: Responding To Microagressions & Discrimination – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Responding To Microagressions & Discrimination 
Resuming our #22NTC coverage, Dan Berstein helps you identify these situations, decide whether and how to speak up, and mitigate your own potential biases and accept feedback. He has mental health resources for you at bit.ly/mhskills and bit.ly/TMHDashboard. Dan is from MH Mediate. 

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593: Mentoring – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Mentoring
Don Gatewood shares his extensive experience with professional and personal mentoring—as both mentor and mentee—so you know what to think about before you enter a mentoring relationship, and what to expect. He’s with The Initiative Baltimore.

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592: Many Ways To Test Your Digital Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Many Ways To Test Your Digital Fundraising
As our #22NTC coverage continues, Jeremy Haselwood walks you through 30 variables you can test throughout your digital fundraising, including your homepage, donation pages, Facebook ads, and more. He’s from Fundraisers Unite.

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591: Create Your Email Welcome Journey – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Create Your Email Welcome Journey
You don’t want to welcome new donors with only a single email, or worse, digital silence. Seize this unique opportunity to draw folks into your story, validate their decision to support you and turn them into loyal ambassadors. Patty Breech from The Purpose Collective helps you out. (This is part of our coverage of the 2022 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN.)

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590: Using COPE To Keep Your Website Fresh – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Using COPE To Keep Your Website Fresh 
Create Once, Publish Everywhere. User friendly COPE workflows and principles will efficiently keep your website content up-to-date. Explaining how are Katelyn Gerber and Rachel Kribbs, both from FORM. (This is part of our coverage of the 2022 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN.)

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589: The Other Tony Martignetti – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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The Other Tony Martignetti
Am I encroaching on him or is he encroaching on me? I think we can find peaceful coexistence. The other Tony Martignetti is the individual and team coach at Inspired Purpose Coaching and author of the book, “Climbing the Right Mountain.” 

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588: Asking For, Receiving & Giving Feedback – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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The mere thought of getting or giving feedback makes many people anxious. Yet normalizing feedback as a safe, productive, routine exercise will improve your team’s performance. Amy Drader from Growth Partners Consulting, reveals how to get to that higher state. (This is part of Nonprofit Radio’s coverage of 22NTC, the 2022 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by NTEN.)

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