Creative Care of Stakeholders

– Sandy Birkenmaier Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., published a piece in his newsletter this week on why senior citizens should live in jails and criminals should be housed in nursing homes. It was meant to be humorous, but there is often a very fine line between humor and philosophy. Dr. T spoke of how seniors in…

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Smart AND Healthy: Why Nonprofits Live on One Side or the Other

– Todd Greer   At SynerVision Leadership Foundation we have a bias toward continuous learning. We present at conferences and attend conferences. We teach and learn about technology, leadership, strategy, boards, and more, because we make it a priority! On Friday, I was able to attend the South Alabama Non-Profit Summit at the University of…

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Annual Board of Directors Health Check?

– Todd Greer   More and more individuals (and health insurance companies) are recognizing the value of an annual health check with their physician. It provides an opportunity to screen for red flags that may have remained underneath the surface, yet still be causing problems both in the near- and long-term. How about doing a…

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Nonprofits Going Social

KiKi L’Italien was our special guest on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, on “The Nonprofit Exchange,” SynerVision Leadership Foundation’s (@SVNPOFoundation) weekly webseries that is aired through Google Hangout and is also recorded as an iTunes podcast. KiKi L’Italien is the host of #AssociationChat and President of Amplified Growth, Inc., which supports associations and commercial clients in…

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The Millennial Takeover!

Jamie Grant and Maddie Notter of Culture That Works were our special guests for our Thursday Nonprofit Twitter Chat (http://twubs.com/nonprofitchat) on February 19, 2015. Jamie was our guest for Tuesday’s Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools and Strategies webinar (February 19, 2015), our weekly webseries that is aired through Google Hangout and is also recorded as an…

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The Millennial in the Nonprofit

Over the next two months, SynerVision Leadership Foundation is focusing much of our effort to spotlight the organizational changes that are presently occurring as Millennials become the majority in the workforce.   On February 17th, Maddie Grant and Jamie Notter, authors of When Millennials Take Over join us at 2 PM for The Nonprofit Exchange. Maddie…

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eLearning for Individuals and Organizations

Isaac Tolpin, Founder and CEO of ChooseGrowth, was our special guest for Tuesday’s Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools and Strategies webinar (February 3, 2015), discussing “A New Era for eLearning.” Isaac is a leadership expert, speaker, and entrepreneur who has been successfully running businesses since he was 21. Isaac has an inexhaustible well of energy and…

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Forgiven!

Dr. Everett Worthington, professor of Psychology was our special guest for Tuesday’s Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools and Strategies webinar (January 20, 2015). He focused on the impact of forgiveness in the nonprofit realm, as well as the cost of unforgiveness in our organizations. Check out the video of our interview with Ev at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZsclRjVW4I. You’ll…

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Minding the Gap: Going from Where We Are to Where We Want to Be

Nate Turner, pastor and designer behind CreativeGrid Partners (http://CreativeGridPartners.com), was our special guest for Tuesday’s Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools and Strategies webinar (January 13, 2015). He presented an important wake-up call for leaders who wake up one day to see the “gap” between where they or their organization are and where they wanted to be.…

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