533: Build Lasting Supporter Relationships & Love Your Donors Using Data – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Build Lasting Supporter Relationships 
Craig Grella and Wendy Levine, both from Salsa Labs, want you to build strong relationships all the time, not only when you’re fundraising. Their savvy strategies come from their own work building relationships for Salsa. This is part of our 21NTC coverage.

Love Your Donors Using Data 
Nonprofit Radio coverage of 21NTC continues. When you are fundraising, data that tells us restoring your donors’ sense of well-being and identity will increase their giving and engagement. There’s a lot of fascinating research to unpack and apply, so join Jen Shang, the world’s only philanthropic psychologist, from the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy, and Shoni Field from the British Columbia SPCA. 

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532: Gender Inclusivity 101 & Ethical Representation In Your Communications – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Gender Inclusivity 101 
Our 21NTC coverage continues with a convo that started out talking about gender-inclusive data, and includes a lot of best practices around that. But it broadened into a primer on inclusivity generally. It’s 2021! It’s time to address your constituents as they’d like to be addressed. My guest is Jude Shimer from The Center for Popular Democracy. 

Ethical Representation In Your Communications 
Caliopy Glaros urges you to authentically represent your issues as well as preserve the dignity of those affected by them. She shares 5 actions to help you tell more ethical and equitable stories. She’s principal of Philanthropy Without Borders and this is also part of our 21NTC coverage.

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531: Cure Communications Gaffes & Talking Mental Health In Your Workplace – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Cure Communications Gaffes 
Our 21NTC coverage begins by explaining what to do after you put the wrong gala date in an email, or send a letter to the wrong segment. Might an intentional mistake improve open your open rate? Our panel is Julie Ziff Sint, Claire Thomas and Shefali Rao, all from Sanky Communications. 

Talking Mental Health In Your Workplace 
Also from 21NTC, Dan Berstein helps you avoid a different gaffe: Saying the wrong things when faced with challenging behaviors or mental health disclosures. He’s got easy-to-follow strategies. Dan is founder of MH Mediate. 

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530: Build Your Best Better Board – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Build Your Best Better Board 
Gene Takagi returns! He’s got strategies to help you build the diverse, effective, thoughtful, appropriately-sized, well-trained board you deserve. He’s our legal contributor and managing attorney of NEO, the Nonprofit and Exempt Organizations law group.

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529: Relationships With Funders – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Relationships With Funders
There’s too much transactionalism and not enough relationship building between nonprofits and their institutional funders. Are you a transactionalist? Do you want to walk toward the light of relationship fundraising with foundations and corporations? Shavonn Richardson can show you the path. She’s CEO of Think and Ink Grant Consulting. 

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528: Domestic Terrorism And Your Nonprofit & 21NTC – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Domestic Terrorism And Your Nonprofit 
Insurrection at the US Capitol. Insurrection by redditers against hedge funds. Our nonprofit community is also at risk of domestic terrorism, regardless of mission. What are those risks and what can you do to minimize them? In collaboration with the Nonprofit SnapCast podcast, my guests are Mickey Desai, SnapCast host, Heidi Beirich at Global Project Against Hate and Extremism, and Pete Clay with CyberOpz. 

21NTC 
Amy Sample Ward returns to reveal what’s planned for NTEN’s virtual 21NTC on March 23 to 25. Many of their smart speakers will be guests on Nonprofit Radio over the next months. Amy is NTEN’s CEO and our social media and technology contributor.

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527: Leadership For Strategic Execution – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Leadership For Strategic Execution
There’s lots of talk about strategic planning. Lots of time and money devoted to ambitious plans—which often sit on a shelf. It takes leadership to drive strategic execution. What does that leadership look like? Joe Pajer walks us through, with his experience from the corporate sector.

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526: Listen Closely – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Listen Closely
If you want to know what folks are thinking, interested in and motivated by, you need to listen to your donors, volunteers, advocates, employees. How do you get to the answers to listen to? Emily Taylor talks. We listen. She’s principal of teenyBIG. 

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525: Adversaries Into Allies – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Adversaries Into Allies 
It can be advantageous to work with people and causes on the other side. Leah Garcés shares her experience and advice. She’s author of the book, “Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry.” She’s also president of Mercy For Animals. 

Just last week, she and Mercy For Animals enjoyed terrific coverage of their cause in a Nicholas Kristof editorial in The New York Times. So I decided its time for a replay. This originally aired on 10/25/19.

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524: From Opera Singer To Fundraiser – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Opera Singer to Fundraiser 
Yolanda F. Johnson’s classical opera training informs her fundraising practice. She’s the founder and president of YFJ Consulting and the first African-American president of Women in Development, NY. She’s with us for the hour.

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