We Cannot Become What We Need By Remaining What We Are
Burn The Table: We always talk about the proverbial “table” in leadership and community work – come to the table, have a seat at the table, and set the table, but what if we “burned the table” and considered new forms of leadership and how we come together? We will explore models of collective action and collaboration that can lead us toward transformation in the sector.
Navigating the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Work of BGCMA, with David Jernigan
Delusional Altruism: Kris Putnam-Walkerly returns to further the discussion of her book Delusional Altruism, examining why philanthropists fail to achieve change, and some concrete things they can do to transform giving.
The Career Toolkit. Mark Herschberg is the author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You.
Delusional Altruism: Mickey gets to visit with Kris Putnam-Walkerly, philanthropy expert, advisor, and speaker. We discuss her book Delusional Atruism and examine why philanthropists fail to achieve change, and some concrete things they can do to transform giving.
Move The Money:Jami Duffy is the Executive Director of Youth on Record. She calls on community foundations to loosen restrictions and give nonprofits more time to focus on their critical support services.
Too Many Cooks? Bradley Kirschbaum, the founder of The Canopy Project, brings some excellent questions to the table that Mickey tackles with Dave Paule of Our Fundraising Search. This is the first of a series of special SnapCast episodes.
Mickey gets to visit with Sal Alaimo, Associate Professor of Nonprofit Management at Grand Valley State University, discussing some of the imperfections of philanthropy and what might be necessary for philanthropy to reach its potential in impacting society. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback via The… Continue reading Philanthropy’s Imperfections, with Sal Alaimo
Mickey visits with Russell Barton to talk about the secret world of volunteers within his experiences being involved in non-profits in decline and some of their challenges. We discuss how to manage volunteers, what volunteers are looking for and some personal anecdotes about volunteerism. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your… Continue reading The Secret World Of Volunteers, with Russell Barton