Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

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Episode 200: This is how learning matters for leaders.

In this episode, Mary discusses another principle of effective leadership: leaders learn. Mary has over 40 years experience in the nonprofit sector: 26 as an executive and 18 as a board member. She knows your day-to-day challenges first hand and brings experience and expertise to help you have the greatest possible impact. Be sure to follow Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you don’t miss a si…

Episode 199: Do This to Become “Conflict Competent”

My guest today is Carol Bowser, J.D. is a workplace conflict expert. After practicing Employment Law for several years, Carol founded Conflict Management Strategies when she realized a lawsuit couldn’t deliver the level of resolution and satisfaction that is gained when people are actively involved in creating solutions to their workplace conflict. Carol’s clients come from a wide range of employe…

Episode 198: Nix Give/Get. Do this Instead.

My guest for this episode is Sherry Quam Taylor. Sherry works with business-minded Nonprofit CEOs who want to scale their organizations’ budgets by 2-5X but need larger amounts of general-operating revenue to do so. The organizations Sherry works with want to reduce dependence on government, earned, or contracted revenue and increase unrestricted revenue from investment-level donors. To achieve th…

Episode 197: Meaningful Capacity Building and More

My guest today is Debra Box. Debra is the Principal and Founder of In the Box Consulting. Prior to developing her consulting business, Debra led and developed the business model for Support KC, a nonprofit shared service organization that provides accounting, fund development, governance, and strategic planning services to nonprofits in the Kansas City area. Debra has worked closely with hundreds…

Episode 196: From Nothing to This! An Inspiring Story

My guest today is Jessica R. Munoz. Jessica is a clinical emergency/trauma nurse practitioner, and she is the Founder & CEO of Hoʻōla Nā Pua Pua (HNP), which means “New life for our children”, a nonprofit organization whose mission is the prevention of child sex trafficking and providing care for youth who have been exploited. Rooted on the “justice gene in her DNA”, Jessica’s passion to “fore…

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