Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Episode 114: How to Talk Across the Racial Divide and More!

The guest for this episode is Dr. Jean Latting, is President of Leading Consciously, LLC, and Professor Emerita at the Graduate College of Social Work (GCSW), University of Houston. Dr. Latting received her master’s degree from Columbia University and a doctorate from the University of North Carolina. She coauthored Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring…

Episode 113: Do You Need a Special Person For Digital Marketing?

My guest for this episode is Dana Snyder. Dana is an entrepreneur, digital strategist, and passionate conscious consumer. She founded Positive Equation in 2017 with a focus on helping nonprofits cultivate passionate online audiences of donors, partners, and advocates using social media. Currently based in Atlanta, Dana has worked with Movember, Dress for Success, USTA, Honest Company, Sports Illus…

Episode 112: Lessons Learned From The Nonprofit Show

My guest for this episode is Julia Patrick. As the Founder of the American Nonprofit Academy, Julia sees the passion and dedication of service organizations daily. A multi-generational philanthropist, Board Member and volunteer, she has been involved with community service for as long as she can remember. Julia has served on cultural, social service and educational Boards in addition to the more t…

Episode 111: Group Alchemy: What is it? and Why do you need it?

My guest for this episode is Deborah Pruitt, Ph.D., an award winning, best-selling author and nonprofit consultant. Dr. Pruitt believes that every group is capable of greatness. Her programs are committed to teaching transformational leaders how to create a strong culture of collaboration that converts untapped capabilities into extraordinary results. Her clients describe breakthroughs in clarity,…

Episode 110: Three steps for effective decision making

Today Mary shares with you a story and some tips, particularly for nonprofit boards, about making effective decisions. Having agreements in advance for the process you will use, especially for high-stakes decisions, helps your board develop as a team. The three steps address:  defining criteria for high and low stakes decisions, decision making rules, and an assessment process. Mary has over 40 ye…

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