566: Strategic Plan. Done. Now Pay For It. – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Strategic Plan. Done. Now Pay For It.
It’s a common challenge. The strategic plan is ambitious, but there’s not enough revenue to fund all the future excitement. Sherry Quam Taylor returns to get to the root problems that are holding your nonprofit back from full revenue potential. She’s CEO of Quam Taylor, LLC. 

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563: Engaged Boards Will Fundraise – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Engaged Boards Will Fundraise
Michael Davidson
, the board coach, and Brian Saber from Asking Matters, have teamed up to write the book that reveals how to get your board to fundraise: Engage them. 

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558: Effective Fundraising – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Effective Fundraising
That’s Warren McFarlan’s new book. It’s written for potential board members, but it’s a valuable study for those on the ground, doing the work.

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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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491: Fundraising 401 – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Fundraising 401
That’s Laurence Pagnoni’s latest book. It’s a series of masterclasses for all levels and a collection of revelations he’s gained over 35 years in nonprofit management and fundraising.  

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474: CEO/Chair Relationship – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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CEO/Chair Relationship
Your CEO and board chair need to forge and maintain a strong partnership. Alex Counts shows us how. He’s a consultant, and founder of Grameen Foundation.

 
#20NTC 
Amy Sample Ward, CEO of NTEN and our technology and social media contributor, joins for a quick chat on the 2020 Nonprofit Technology Conference. Nonprofit Radio will be there and you should too!

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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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426: DEI & Governance – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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DEI & Governance
Diversity, equity and inclusion run deeper than having folks of color on your board. Are you managing treatment, access and opportunity for non-white males? Gene Takagi and I talk through the issues, goals and methods. He’s our legal contributor and principal at NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations law group.

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425: Financial Fraud – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Financial Fraud
It can happen in your org. How do you prevent it? What are the red flags that reveal it? What do you do when you discover it? Who are the likely perps? Tiffany Couch is a forensic accountant and CEO of Acuity Forensics.

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423: Courageous Communication – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Courageous Communication
Maryanne Dersch says your nonprofit may be codependent and it’s stifling your communications. Are you afraid to stand out? Do you prefer middle-of-the road content to driving on the sidewalk? She may be right. She’s the author of the book, “Courageous Communication.”

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