Whatever your vocation or aspiration, you can increase your impact on others and help the nonprofit organization you serve by Becoming a Person of Influence. Learn simple, insightful ways to interact more positively with others, and watch your personal and organizational success go off the charts.
In this recording, you’ll learn the principles of becoming a person of influence as laid out in John Maxwell’s best selling leadership book, Learning to Become a Person of Influence (with a focus on the nonprofit sector). When you register, you’ll receive access to the recording, transcript, powerpoint and a personal Influence Assessment.
Practical and Easy Principles to Apply to Everyday Life that will help you:
To access the transcript, powerpoint presentation, and a personal Influence Assessment, visit: http://bullockconsulting.net/influence-free-audio-and-assessment.
Today we’re talking with Jeanne Allert, Founder and Executive Director of The Samaritan Women. Jeanne shared the trials and lessons learned from starting a nonprofit from scratch in an area that has low awareness and is often not a welcomed subject in many groups – victims of sex trafficking. Her calling lead her through many challenges including developing the right staff, developing a new program around a difficult issue, and learning how to deal with and engage others in an uncomfortable topic. The key points covered in this podcast discussion are:
• To Achieve Success You Have to be Comfortable in the Unknown
• Staying Upbeat Requires Intentional Community Building
• Uncomfortable Topics Require Persistence and Flexibility
• Don’t Panic When Starting Something New: Take Time to Find the Right People
• When the Going Gets Tough, Stay Focused
Visit www.SocialGoodInstigators.com to find the podcast, transcript, and to sign up to receive notifications as new episodes are released (every two weeks).
In this podcast, we are talking with David Rosen, Executive Director for the Sobriety Optimization League (SOL) Scholarship Foundation. We discussed topics relating to cultivating future donors, building a relationship with the donor family as a whole, using texting and social media, and communicating with millennials. The key points covered in this podcast discussion are:
• Cultivating & Preparing Future Donors – It’s a Family Affair
• A $50,000 donation via text?!
• Communicating with Millennials – Don’t Rule Out Social Media
• Major Gift Fundamentals: No Hardly Ever Means Never
• Asking for a Gift: It’s a Relationship
Visit www.SocialGoodInstigators.comto find the transcript and to sign up to receive notifications as new episodes are released (every two weeks).