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Virtual Fundraising Events with Charity Fundraising Expert, Duncan Schieb

April 13th, 2020

Play Podcast  This week I sat down with Charity Fundraising Expert, Duncan Schieb. Duncan is a highly accomplished charity auctioneer, marketer, and fundraiser. In addition to his work managing live fundraising events for organizations, Duncan also runs a successful video production company that serves both nonprofit and commercial organizations. Duncan spoke with me from…

Fundraising in times of crisis

April 6th, 2020

Play Podcast  On Friday, March 27, Roy Jones and I sat down to talk about fundraising in times of crisis. This episode is different than our typical episodes because it’s not an interview, but a candid conversation about emergency / crisis fundraising. In this conversation we address whether nonprofits should stop fundraising because of…

Leading in Extraordinary Times

April 6th, 2020

Play Podcast  These are certainly extraordinary times. Nonprofit organizations are facing increased stress and pressure to deliver value across our country, while doing so with reduced staffing, risk of illness to themselves, and for many, significantly greater demand. Leading in extraordinary times requires a commitment to authenticity, transparency, and a willingness to confront and…

How do we keep fear from undermining our fundraising efforts?

March 23rd, 2020

Newport One’s Andrew Olsen is interviewed by Jason Lewis, Host of The Fundraising Talent Podcast   Andrew Olsen is Senior Vice President at Newport One, a direct response fundraising agency. Prior he was an independent fundraising consultant and is the author of Rainmaking: The Fundraiser’s Guide to Landing Big Gifts.   About this Podcast: This…

Fundraising as a Vocation, with Dan Reed

July 17th, 2019

Dan Reed is CEO at Seed Fundraisers, a unique training and consulting firm serving fundraisers of all skills and experience levels. In our conversation, Dan shares his passion for the vocation of fundraising, and for training and developing individual fundraisers so that they can thrive in their organizations and careers. Dan takes a fresh look at the importance of training in our sector, and the fact that it creates value for the individual fundraiser, not just for the organizations that employ them. I think you’ll enjoy this interview and learn a lot!

Emotional Intelligence is Key to Fundraising Success, with Scott Koskoski

July 10th, 2019

In this interview we talk with our good friend and colleague, Scott Koskoski, Senior Performance Consultant and Partner at BrightDot about the critical role that emotional intelligence plays in a nonprofit’s fundraising success. This is an eye-opening topic that is sure to add value to any fundraiser or nonprofit leader’s day.

We also take a few minutes at the end of the show to talk with Scott about the state of fundraising after what appears to have been a less than great 2018 year-end fundraising season.

The Long Haul Fundraising Model, with Aubrey Bergauer

July 3rd, 2019

In this new episode we talk with Aubrey Bergauer, Executive Director of California Symphony Orchestra, and creator of the Long Haul Model.

Aubrey shares with us how she and her team applied the Long Haul Model to create five consecutive years of growth at California Symphony Orchestra — and how you can apply the same techniques to improve outcomes at your organization.

Aubrey is also a contributing author to the new Amazon #1 Best Seller, 101 Biggest Mistakes Nonprofits Make And How You Can Avoid Them. You can download the first 10 chapters for FREE.

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