487b: Reopening From Coronavirus – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Special Episode: 

Reopening From Coronavirus 
My guest is attorney Lisa Brauner. We see the faint light at the end of the tunnel. We’re slowly emerging as we knew we would. But these things must be done delicately. What do you plan ahead for? How do you keep employees safe and can they refuse to return to work? What are reasonable accommodations? Lisa has answers. Lisa has advice. Lisa is a partner at Perlman+Perlman law firm in New York City.

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486: 5 Questions & Working Virtually – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

5 Questions 
Heather Yandow’s
article is “5 Questions to Answer Before You Call a Consultant,” and she’ll help you avoid making a costly mistake. She’s founder of Nonprofit.ist. 

Working Virtually 
We talk through the issues encountered when managing remote staff: technological; generational; emotional; measurement; recruiting and retaining. Our panel is Heather Martin from Interfaith Family and Alice Hendricks with Jackson River. (Originally aired 11/2/18) 

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483: Build Your Grantmaker Relationships – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Build Your Grantmaker Relationships
Our panel of grantmakers and a grantee reveal savvy strategies for building and maintaining relationships with your institutional funders. Foundations are made of people. How do you get close to them? This is a panel I moderated at The Foundation Center in New York City. Back when there was a The Foundation Center. It’s now Candid.org. (Originally aired February 16, 2018)

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477: Hiring Your Audit Firm & Equitable Compensation – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Hiring Your Audit Firm
When it’s time to change your auditors, what do you look for? And how best to work together? I talk through the relationship with Yigit Uctum, a partner at Wegner CPAs. 

Equitable Compensation 
Is your compensation schedule fair? What does that mean and why should you care? Gene Takagi returns for a full discussion. He’s our legal contributor and principal of NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group. 

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441: Tech Accessibility & Resilience and Sustainable Impact – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week 

Tech Accessibility
Keith Casebonne and Aurora Holder want you to advocate for accessible tools that will make all workers more efficient. From 19NTC, Keith is at Disability Rights Florida and Aurora is from Disability Rights Wisconsin.

Resilience & Sustainable Impact
Ananda Leeke and Meico Whitlock want you to use tech with intention and foster a culture of resilience. They’ve got lots of strategies for mindfulness and intention. Do you know the Eisenhower Matrix? Also from 19NTC, Ananda is with Ananda Leeke Consulting and Meico is the Mindful Techie.

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438: Google Ad Grants & The 2019 Digital Outlook Report – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week 

Google Ad Grants
Our 19NTC panel—including the head of Google Ad Grants—will improve the quality of your Google Ads campaigns and get your website, Google Analytics and Google Ads working together. They share lots of valuable resources. They are Michael Rasko from Rasko Digital Marketing; Jason King, certified Ad Grants professional; and, Michelle Hurtado from Google.

The 2019 Digital Outlook Report
This 19NTC panel, Elena Francis, Charly Jarrett and Jennifer Jones Ingram, helps you get better at P2P, Facebook, team cross-training and adapting tech to your mission. Elena and Charly are with hjc and Jennifer is at Care2.

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430: The War For Fundraising Talent – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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The War For Fundraising Talent
Rapid staff turnover and high donor attrition are merely symptoms of a larger problem: You’re not treating your fundraisers right. So says Jason Lewis. He’s author of the book, “The War for Fundraising Talent.”

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428: Your CEO/Board Chair Relations – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Your CEO/Board Chair Relations
You, or your CEO, as the case may be, need to work together with your board chair toward an aligned vision. How do you establish it and what if it gets blurry? Aisha Nyandoro shepherds us through CEO/board chair and full board relations, as in recruiting, onboarding, engaging and removing. She’s CEO of Springboard to Opportunities.

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414: Working Virtual & Map Your Data To Your Audiences – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Heather Martin, COO of Interfaith Family, and Alice Hendricks, CEO at Jackson River.

Also, Courtney Clark, managing director of user experience at Forum One, and David Mascarina, digital communications manager with Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

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404: Your Website Redesign & Overmarketing – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Oren Levine, director of innovation at International Center for Journalists; Lisa Ghisolf, founder & creative director of GizmoCreative Factory; and Emily Patterson, founder of BeeMeasure.  

Also, Amy Sample Ward, our social media contributor & CEO of NTEN, Nonprofit Technology Network.

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