Nonprofit leaders are concerned, in light of all their current responsibilities, that they are not keeping abreast of all the rapid changes occurring in the sector. As a result, they wonder if they are failing to introduce cutting edge strategies and innovations that will make their organizations more effective and financially secure.
If that is your concern, I can help!
As the host of The Business of Giving, a weekly radio show that airs on WNYM-AM 970 in New York, I have had the privilege to interview nearly 200 nonprofit CEOs for the program. In so doing, I hear firsthand from them about what innovations are working, where their new sources of revenue are coming from, and how they go about aligning mission, methods and resources.
Further, I have visited some 100 of these organizations and conducted focus groups among the staff about what makes their workplace culture so healthy, engaging and productive.
The insights I have gained from these extraordinary nonprofit organizations can be put to work immediately to make yours even better. Let’s discuss! Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 973-476-4500.
MODERATING AND FACILITATING
Has this ever happened to you?
Through extraordinary effort, you have put together a Dream Panel of experts. A full house anxiously awaits the session. But because of either a lackluster or ill-prepared moderator, it fails to live up to its potential. The audience, who never became fully engaged, leaves a bit disappointed. To avoid that from happening, and to take your event to an entirely new level, I would ask that you consider contacting me. I bring an exceptional blend of skills and background to these tasks. As the Host of the Business of Giving, I interview the very top leaders in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector every week. I have conducted dozens of focus groups with staff members of these organizations around their corporate culture. And I am a Certified Professional Coach trained to elicit thoughtful insights from an audience. If you should be interested in having me moderate or facilitate a discussion for your group, you can contact me at email@example.com or call (973) 476-4500.