Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Episode 134: Program Evaluation is a Must — Make It Practical and Usable

My guest today is Chari Smith. Chari believes evaluation should be accessible, practical and usable. She founded Evaluation into Action to help nonprofit professionals create realistic and meaningful program evaluation processes. She has taught several workshops helping nonprofit professionals understand the value and use of program evaluation. Recently, she was the opening keynote speaker at the…

Episode 133: The 4 must-know “I’s” to mitigate board member liability

This week Mary shares tips for mitigating personal liability for board members. Learn the 4 strategies you could consider for your nonprofit. And Mary has a free gift for you: Weekly Renewal Plan- just click on that to get it. Mary’s book is now available on Amazon or wherever books are sold: Love Your Board! The Executive Directors’ Guide to Discovering the Sources of Nonprofit Board Troubles and…

Episode 132: Founders and Boards: Must-Know Tips For a Relationship That Works

My guest today is Mike Burns. Mike began his career as an executive director of a community health center and now has over 20 years’ experience as a nonprofit manager. Since 1994 Mike has been an organizational development consultant and partner in BWB Solutions. Since 2017 Mike has been faculty in the University of New Haven’s Nonprofit Management Certificate Program. Mike’s consulting practice f…

Episode 131: Essential Tips for Leaders on Supervision, HR, and Equity

My guest today is Rita Sever. Growing up the youngest of six kids in a low-income family, Rita often had the experience of feeling unseen and unheard. She became very focused on hearing and seeing others—as individuals and within the groups that we live and work in. This led her to recognize the uneven playing field that the world calls “equal.” This awareness has been part of her unified approach…

Episode 130: Why Nonprofit Leaders Must Also Be Thought Leaders

My guest today is Denise Brosseau. After an early career in the technology industry, Denise co-founded and was the founding CEO of the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (now Watermark), the first trade association for high growth women entrepreneurs. She built the organization to 1200 members and from one office in Silicon Valley to 7 cities across the US and one in Europe. She was also the co-founder…

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