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Successful Nonprofits Podcast

Feb 11, 2020

“Big bets give organizations the chance to think about what it looks like to go from serving to solving.”

That is always the goal isn’t it? As much as smaller contributions and fundraising campaigns appreciated and valued, the big donations we receive from philanthropists can not only determine but also expand our...


Jan 2, 2020

It’s the first week of January in America, which means we’re all creating resolutions that the vast majority of us will bail on by January 17th.  Dolph explores 11 tips, tricks and hacks for achieving your resolution.

Show notes: https://successfulnonprofits.com/portfolio/76839/

Highlights:

(2:15) Resolutions are...


Sep 11, 2019

I believe that every nonprofit should launch its own podcast, and so does this episode’s guest. There simply could not be a more intimate way to connect with hundreds or even thousands of supporters, prospective volunteers and prospective donors every week.  Through a podcast, your organization can promote...


Aug 27, 2019

Every nonprofit (and every nonprofit funder) wants to focus on collaboration opportunities.  Traci Stanley and Joshua Fulcher are on the forefront of nonprofit partnerships and are the driving forces behind the Chicago Benchmarking Collaborative. The collaborative is an alliance of seven education and human...


Jul 9, 2019

Appreciative inquiry is a strengths-based approach to facilitating positive change in human organizations. Dolph talks with two seasoned practitioners of this method, Jeanie Cockell and Joan McArthur-Blair, about the intersection of hope, despair, and forgiveness that leads to resilience. Lots of...