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The Nonprofit Leadership Podcast discusses important issues facing nonprofit leaders in our community and features real stories from real leaders about what strategies and practices have made them successful. Enjoy the show!
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The Practice of Nonprofit Leadership

Tim Barnes and Nathan Ruby

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The Practice of Nonprofit Leadership was designed for Executive Directors of small to medium sized nonprofits. If you are currently an Executive Director or hope to be one someday this is your spot. Leading an organization can be one of the most fun, exhilarating, rewarding, scary, thankless jobs in the universe. Using a mixture of encouragement, information, stories, and practical tools, hosts Tim Barnes and Nathan Ruby will use their years of nonprofit leadership experience to make your jo ...
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Lead with Heart | Philanthropy, Nonprofit Leadership, Nonprofit Management & Fundraising

Haley Cooper | Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), Certified Stress Management Coach, Certified EmC Trainer

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Welcome to the Lead with Heart Podcast, where the heartbeat of philanthropy, nonprofit leadership, and fundraising resonates in every episode. I'm Haley, your host—a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), Certified Stress Management Coach, Certified EmC trainer, and, most importantly, a recovering nonprofit burnout survivor. In this empowering space, we invite nonprofit professionals to amplify their voices and unveil the heart behind their missions. Our mission is clear: to empower, elevat ...
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Empowering your nonprofit leadership Where Christian nonprofits explore the latest trends and strategies in nonprofit leadership! Practical tips to elevate your nonprofit leadership game QUICKLY. Valuable knowledge, inspiration & empowerment for greater impact! Don't miss out on the opportunity to take your nonprofit leadership to the next level!! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christianrocketeers/support
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Learning for Good | L&D Solutions and Leadership Development for Nonprofit Organizations

Heather Burright, Learning and Development Leader, Leadership Development Consultant, Instructional Designer.

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As nonprofit learning and development leaders, we want a seat at the table. We want to be viewed as true business partners who can help solve problems. We want to create meaningful learning solutions that fit in the flow of work and yield real results for the organization and for the staff. That's why in this podcast, we will not only explore instructional design and leadership development best practices, but we will also explore change management, belonging, and influence - helping you buil ...
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Fundraising and making Chili are a lot alike. There is no one way to make chili or to fundraise. But in both cases, having the right ingredients to get started is very important. On today's episode, Tim and Nathan share four key ingredients every nonprofit needs before they can maximize their fundraising. And they explore how to get those ingredien…
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How To Beat Chaos and Integrate Faith in The Workplace Gary Harpst is CEO and Founder of LeadFirst.ai, a leadership development company. Gary is a keynote speaker and insightful teacher who challenges and motivates his audiences. His passion is speaking about what effective leaders need to know, do, and be to overcome the chaos of everyday life. He…
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Is your nonprofit struggling to raise funds or pay for staff? Have you considered that the solution may require more than just fixing the fundraising department? Rob’s guest is Donald Summers and he will share his company’s proven guidebook for creating sustainable growth, that focuses on change within the entire organization. Rob’s guest, Donald S…
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Good training has a real impact on those who receive it. It can shift mindsets. It can build skills. It can change the way your organization works. And that's what I want to share with you today. Nonprofit leader, Lauren Wiley, shares how one training at her nonprofit impacted the midwives and doulas they train and ultimately the pregnant and postp…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast. I am so honored to have Dimple Dhabalia on the podcast today. She has an amazing background in human-centered leadership and I’m truly excited to dive deep into this needed conversation. Dimple is the founder of Roots in the Clouds, a boutique consulting firm specializing in normalizing workplace mental …
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From national to local, one of the most challenging seasons of a nonprofit executive director is leading your organization during a contentious election year. An even greater challenge is when the mission of your organization becomes a significant issue in the political dialogue. On today's episode, Tim and Nathan provide some key actions steps to …
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The Soul of Leadership PHIL COUSINEAU is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, story consultant and editor, travel leader and inspirational speaker on myth in the modern world. His life-long fascination with the art, literature, and history of culture has taken him on many journeys in many realms. He lectures frequently on a wide range of topics--…
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All too often, L&D feels like a last resort in the workplace. We, as L&D, need to be brought in earlier in the process of decision-making. We have experience and expertise to share and we have value to add, and we can help shape that final decision. In this episode, I’m sharing some tips to help build relationships so that L&D can become the first …
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How much should your nonprofit invest in marketing and fundraising before it becomes excessive? This is the question we aim to discuss today. Rob’s guest, Vilma Consuegra, explains how you can find a healthy balance between your marketing budget and your mission. Vilma Consuegra is the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at the Wounded Warri…
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So what do you do when you have to tell your Board that you fell short of your fundraising goal? Communicating bad news to your Board can be tough, especially when it concerns finances. But as an Executive Director, it's part of the job. On today's episode, Tim and Nathan guide you through the sensitive process of delivering less-than-stellar news …
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The Critical Thing Nobody Ever Told You About Values People's lack of values clarity is contributing to so many of the problems we are faced with, including the incredible polarity in politics, business and media. Discovering one's highest values can be confusing and complicated and rarely creates implementable and lasting results. We eliminate the…
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Work is a major contributor to well-being. Your leaders influence the well-being of everyone on their teams. So those leaders become an important part of the conversation. That's why I'm so excited to have well-being strategist Loretta Turner as my guest today. We’re exploring how you can take a well-being approach to leadership development. ▶️ A W…
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As nonprofit leaders, we aim to run organizations that thrive, especially in a tough economic climate. In order to thrive, we have to be able to make the right decisions. One area that impacts our ability to make the right decisions is accounting. Rob’s guest is Jason Kruger and he explains that nonprofits who have financial clarity are better able…
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With this 2024 Kickoff episode, Season 4 of the Practice of Nonprofit Leadership begins! And what better way to begin then with Tim and Nathan revealing their Three Words for 2024. The concept of Three Words is to select words that will serve as a compass for the year. These words help to direct the individuals focus and energy and also provide an …
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Flipping Our Mindset Regarding Inclusion from Obligation to Opportunity Daniel Hodges has spent his entire life learning to thrive in a body that some consider to be deeply flawed. As someone who was born blind, and with a connective tissue disorder, Hodges is well-acquainted with the low expectations encountered by those with disabilities. These e…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast. Today, I have Carmita Semaan, founder and CEO of the Surge Institute, on the podcast. The Surge Institute focuses on educating and developing leaders of color – who can then create transformative change for young people, their families, and our broader communities. We talk about empowering leaders of col…
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I talk a lot about training as an avenue to create trusting relationships and psychological safety in your nonprofit. But what do you do when the training facilitates a large cohort of learners and it becomes harder to build those relationships? Today I am talking about what you can do to make those large cohorts of learners feel a bit more intimat…
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Nonprofits have been dealing with a downward trend when it comes to the donations they receive and the volunteers that join their organizations. For example, contributions from individuals to nonprofits have decreased over thirteen percent, while corporations have given over ten percent less in 2022 compared to the previous year. Additionally, ther…
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Plan for Success: Why Succession Planning is Crucial for Your Organization Today's labor market is unlike anything I have seen in my career. There are fewer applicants for open positions and the needs and wants of employees have changed. And in non-profits, the labor market changes can be felt even stronger because employees wear so many hats. Crea…
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The skills you need as an individual contributor are different than the skills you need as a manager. We hear it time and time again - you promote your very best individual contributor to a supervisory position and they struggle because they aren’t equipped with the skills they need. That’s why I’m so excited to have Summer Davies, an award-winning…
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As nonprofit leaders, we are not only making an impact in the lives of those we serve, but we have the opportunity to lead others within our organizations. So what does it take to be an effective leader? Rob’s guest is Tommy Spaulding who explains how we can be better at leading our teams, what an effective leader looks like and one key underrated …
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Wipeout Workaholism to Enjoy Your Career and Love Your Life Creating a work culture that honors well-being is an investment in the people who work with you and promotes productivity, retention, engagement, and fulfillment. Caroline Dowd-Higgins is passionate about unlocking the art of the possible in her work with individuals and organizations as a…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast. I’m so excited to have Cindy Wagman as my guest today. Cindy serves nonprofits and nonprofit consultants and she's the founder of the Fractional Fundraising Movement that connects small nonprofits to the fractional fundraisers that serve them. And that's what we're going to be talking about today. We cov…
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Let's say you are kicking off 2024 with a new program or service. Are your staff prepared to implement it? Have they had a chance to build the skills and confidence they need? Or will they be struggling to figure things out on the job? In today’s episode, I’m discussing just how Learning and Development can support your nonprofit as you’re changing…
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Safe water. While most of us have access to it, there are millions across the world who do not. There are approximately 700 million people, all over the world, who do not have access to safe water or sanitation. Rob’s guest, Vedika Bhandarkar, describes a unique and effective strategy for getting more clean water to those in need. Vedika is the Chi…
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Managing Your Brain for Fundraising Success: 80% of the challenge of fundraising is all in your mind Rhea Wong helps nonprofits raise more money. Though she has deep experience with institutional, corporate and event fund-raising, she is passionate about major individual donors and helping organizations to establish individual giving programs. She …
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Today’s episode is all about humor. I’m not talking about corny jokes or puns, but rather the lightheartedness and energy that you need in your nonprofit to get things done and to help teams work together. My guest, Gita Kulkarni, explains why we need to care about humor and how to use humor as nonprofit Learning and Development leaders. Gita is a …
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Artificial Intelligence. Did you know that AI is embedded in almost everything we do? It’s often embedded in our workflow, our fundraising and our data analytics. Already, there are many in the nonprofit sector who are using AI but many not even realize that they are using. For example, in 2020, 75% of nonprofits reported using AI for predictive an…
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Learn to love the Donor.... they will love your cause with their wallet Sending love out daily without regard of it coming back will build a fountain of giving that will last beyond your life. Paul Zolman The author of love is God. In His wisdom, He placed us in various circumstances that require us to find our way back to His pure love. So, what q…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast. My guest today is Julie Ordoñez, the founder of Courage Lab. Julie is a major gifts strategist and expert advisor who helps nonprofit leaders learn the strategies and practice the habits to overcome their fear of asking for more and raise major gifts. We talk about major gift fundraising leadership, the …
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Hey friend and Happy New Year! Today's episode is a quick one. I wanted to kick off 2024 with something kind of fun and different. I’m sharing 24 tips for L&D leaders. From knowing your worth as an L&D leader to building relationships with other business units and teams, these tips will help you get 2024 off to a great start. Let’s jump right in. ▶…
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A discouraging trend in the nonprofit space is the steady decrease in the number of donors that are giving to nonprofit organizations. Simply put, if an organization cannot retain its donors, then it won’t be around very long. Rob’s guest, Cara Augspurger, Ed.M., CFRE shares specific ways we can improve our efforts in relation to donor retention. C…
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If you're doing a year-end reflection, you need to listen to this episode. I have some tips for how to do your time of reflection so that you get the most out of it. Because at the end of the day, I want you to learn from this time of reflection because when you learn from what you've done in the past, your perspective changes for what you can do i…
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As of a September 2022 report on the global estimates on modern slavery, more than 27 million people are in forced labor. Out of those people affected, approximately 1 million are in the United States. Rob’s guest, Diana Mao, describes why the issue of human trafficking is so prevalent and what can be done to fight this problem. Diana is the Co-fou…
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As one year comes to a close and a new year is on the horizon, how should a nonprofit leader prepare for what lies ahead? On today's episode, Tim and Nathan share some of the questions and strategies they use to prepare for a new year. The questions lead them to take a look back and then to look forward. The questions include celebration, honesty, …
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Unleashing Hope: The Quest to Protect Survivors and Their Pets Dr. Orazie Cook holds advanced degrees in public health and has dedicated her career to addressing significant public health challenges. With an extensive background in public health, Orazie recognizes the profound implications domestic violence has on individual and community health, p…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast. I'm having a total pinch-me moment because I have Darian Rodriguez Heyman on the podcast today. A lot of his work has been foundational in my career. Darian is an accomplished fundraiser, social entrepreneur, and best-selling author. He has co-founded several social impact conference series, is an in-dem…
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Do you ever feel like you're having two different conversations with someone? It’s like you're saying one thing, and they are hearing something completely different. This happens regularly in our workplaces. Your Gen Z staff are waiting for you to set clear expectations and if you don't, they just might leave. In this episode, I’m going over three …
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What is the first thing that you think about when you hear the term, “servant leadership?” While this term isn’t very popular anymore, the essence of being a servant leader is precisely what most nonprofit leaders aspire to be. Today’s guest, Evan Wildstein breaks down what this term means and what it practically looks like to apply servant leaders…
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Another year is quickly coming to an end. As preparations are being made for a new year, taking time to review the past year is an important habit to develop. A key question to ask is, "How did my leadership measure up this year?" On today's episode, Tim and Nathan discuss four key areas to consider when reviewing your leadership this year. Sharing…
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Leadership in the Abyss...From Bad to Worse and How Companies are Stifling Their Employees James G. Wetrich, LFACHE is the CEO of The Wetrich Group of Companies. He has been in the healthcare industry for over 40 years, has worked in senior positions at Abbott and Molnlycke Health Care, and has consulted with over 100 companies. He is a certified e…
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How do we know when we are successful? And how can we actually measure that? I know this can be frustrating, but it can be done. And who better to guide us than today’s guest, L&D Detective, Kevin M. Yates. I am so excited to have Kevin as a guest, not only is he the L&D detective and an expert on measurement, but he also has his own nonprofit and …
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As a nonprofit leader, do you ever feel frustrated at the engagement of your board members? Do you wonder why they aren’t performing the way they should be? Rob’s guest, Hardy Smith explains the reasons why board engagement may be down and what you can do to improve it. Hardy is a speaker and consultant who helps nonprofits customize solutions, str…
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Most job descriptions for Executive Directors, contain at least one bullet point that focuses on them representing, connecting, and being visible in the community. How important is this for the organization? On today's episode, Nathan explores several points that should be considered when planning this in your schedule. What are the possible outcom…
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You Can’t Change What You Tolerate For business consultant and executive coach Robin Osborn, overcoming adversity has become a constant theme in both her personal and professional endeavors. A capable family business leader for more than three decades at Chromal Plating in California, after undergoing emergency surgery to remove a sizable brain tum…
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Welcome back to the Lead with Heart podcast! Today, I have Tucker Wannamaker on the podcast with me and I'm so excited because we have a lot in common – so this will be a good conversation. Tucker is the CEO of Thrive Impact, and he is working to right the injustices happening against nonprofit leaders and solve nonprofit leader burnout for those i…
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The skill sets your staff need are expected to change by 50% in 2027. That's according to LinkedIn’s 2023 Workplace Learning Report. 50% in just a few short years. With so much changing, Learning and Development has a role to play. In today’s episode of the Learning for Good podcast, we are exploring two techniques L&D can use to prepare your staff…
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We know that Walmart is a successful corporation, selling goods throughout the world, but that is not all they do. You may be surprised by the impact Walmart is making through their many philanthropic efforts, local and world-wide. Today’s guest, Julie Gehrki, explains the various ways Walmart is supporting nonprofits through their new social impac…
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Ready to demystify the world of fundraising metrics? Nathan spends time googling "Fundraising Metrics"; Tim...not so much. But they both know the importance and the cautions with using specific metrics when tracking nonprofit fundraising. On today's episode, Nathan walks us through four key fundraising metrics (Gift Size, Number of New Donors, Cost…
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Why Data-Driven Impact Stories are the Secret to Increased Funding and Donor Engagement Sheri is invested in helping social-good organizations further their missions in measurable ways. As an experienced speaker, Sheri enjoys sharing her expertise in nonprofit leadership and social impact with other nonprofit professionals so that they can drive im…
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