678: Frustrations & Opportunities With Jay Frost – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Frustrations & Opportunities With Jay Frost 
Jay returns to share his reflections on four decades in the nonprofit community. There are things he’d like to see us doing better, that the sector has been talking about for many years. But they haven’t changed much. Yet he remains optimistic, so he recognizes the brighter future that’s possible if we practice more of what we preach. Jay is on LinkedIn.

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677: Overcome Your Fear Of Public Speaking – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Overcome Your Fear Of Public Speaking 
We’d rather face death or the dentist. We’d rather talk about money or sex, than have to speak to an audience. Even a small one. Laurie Krauz can help you overcome your anxiety around talking in public, with her preparation strategies. She’s a presentation skills coach, who Tony worked with for years. They’ve got good stories about how difficult he was, and how she helped him. This originally aired May 24, 2021.

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676: Zombie Loyalists – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Zombie Loyalists
Peter Shankman is a 5x best selling author, entrepreneur and corporate keynote speaker. His book “Zombie Loyalists” focuses on customer service; creating rabid fans who do your social media, marketing and PR for you. Peter’s book isn’t new, but his strategies and tactics are timeless. This originally aired 12/19/14.

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675: Decolonizing Wealth – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Decolonizing Wealth  
Edgar Villanueva’s book, “Decolonizing Wealth,” takes an innovative look at the purpose of wealth. His thesis is that the solutions to the damage and trauma caused by American capitalism, including philanthropy—can be gleaned from the values and wisdom of our nation’s original people. He’s a Native American working in philanthropy. (Originally aired 11/30/18)

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674: Team Engagement Tips – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Team Engagement Tips 
The company Firespring uses unusual and fun strategies to engage their 185 employees, so everyone lives and celebrates the Firespring values—each day. We’re talking Firestarter meetings; Culture Club; Power of Three; and more. Kiersten Hill shares her employee experience to spark your thinking about team engagement.

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673: Performance Measurement – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Performance Measurement 
There’s a systematic method for you to get feedback on your nonprofit’s finances; programs, clients; and employees. It’s both art and science. Bryan Shane explains this management and decision-making tool. He’s co-author of the book, “The Leadership-Driven Method to Performance Measurement.”

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672: Our Esteemed Contributors’ 2024 Outlooks – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Our Esteemed Contributors’ 2024 Outlooks 
Amy Sample Ward and Gene Takagi kick off the New Year with what they’ll be keeping eyes on this year. They delve into artificial intelligence (AI); the presidential election; donor advised funds; workers’ rights; and more. Amy is our technology contributor and CEO of NTEN. Gene is our legal contributor and principal attorney at NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group.

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671: Lessons From The UPenn President’s Resignation – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Lessons From The UPenn President’s Resignation 
Two weeks ago, the president of the University of Pennsylvania resigned, in large part because major donors to the University harshly criticized her publicly, withdrew their donations, and encouraged others to do the same. Can you prevent an uprising at your nonprofit? How do you manage one if your nonprofit’s core values are at stake? Doug White has been studying ethics for decades and he returns to share what can be learned.

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670: Lessons From The Sam Altman & OpenAI Headlines – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Lessons From The Sam Altman & OpenAI Headlines 
Our legal contributor, Gene Takagi, returns to first, unravel the story in his clear, plain language way. Then he shares his wisdom on the takeaways for nonprofits including good governance, proper documentation, gift acceptance, commercial co-ventures, and more. Gene is managing attorney of NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations law group.

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669: Misinformation & Disinformation – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Misinformation & Disinformation 
Amy Sample Ward returns with their insights into what to do about these maladies plaguing our world. They reveal smart internal tactics to reduce the odds of your nonprofit’s info being misused by bad actors; what to do if it is; how to avoid your org itself being a source of misinformation; and a lot more. They’re the CEO of NTEN and our technology and social media contributor.

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