Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Episode 085: How are board practices different now?

My guests today are Gayle Gifford and Mike Burns. Gayle has spent time in the trenches, organizing for peace, environmental, human, and civil rights. She served as Director of Development and Communications at PLAN USA, as Deputy Director/Director of Development and Marketing at Save The Bay, and as Director of Development at CityYear RI before launching her own business in 1996 with master commun…

Episode 084: The often skipped key step when considering a nonprofit merger

In this episode, Mary shares the often skipped first key step to take when your nonprofit is considering joining with a strategic partner or a merger. As a nonprofit executive, Mary led two nonprofit mergers. Since consulting with nonprofits, Mary has worked with about 90 nonprofits helping them with strategic alliances or mergers. Be sure to subscribe to Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you…

Episode 083: Why and how you should be using your intuition.

My guest for this episode is Vaishali Nikhade. Vaishali helps entrepreneurs and small biz owners unleash their creative genius so that they can quit bleeding money and stand out from the noise & competition in their niche. Vaishali transitioned from a left-brain engineer to a right-brain intuitive by accident. Getting nowhere after consulting tens of psychics, she studied and learned the subtl…

Episode 082: Are you in tune with the grant writing lifecycle?

My guest for this episode is Rachel Sacks. Rachel brings over a decade of experience in the public health and nonprofit health sector to her current consulting company: Leading Healthy Futures. Rachel’s work with organizations and stakeholders across the healthcare field has provided her with a broad perspective on the challenges and opportunities the sector faces. Her prior work has included role…

Episode 081: 5 steps you need to take to be a courageous leader

My guest for this episode is Ryan Berman. Ryan is the founder of Courageous: a change company that develops Courage Brands™ and trains organizations to challenge norms, think bolder and take action on courageous ideas. Working with brands like Google, General Mills, Major League Baseball, PUMA, charity: water, Subway, and Caesars Entertainment, Ryan believes courage is a competitive advanta…

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