The Nonprofit Exchange Archive2020-01-14T17:30:22-05:00

The Nonprofit Exchange Archive

Nov17, 2020

Mastery Under Pressure with Tina Greenbaum

November 17th, 2020|

Mastery Under Pressure is an exclusive program that is guaranteed to increase your performance level in HIGH-PRESSURE situations. This unique program will empower you and your team against DEBILITATING STRESS with a proven formula.

Nov9, 2020

Tools for Supercharging Your Nonprofit

November 9th, 2020|

“It's crucial that your innovations succeed in our world. This means that your business must be profitable and sustainable – without you losing control, your mind or your shirt!” he says.

Oct20, 2020

Engaging Digital Platforms for Nonprofits

October 20th, 2020|

Spencer Brooks is the Founder & Principal of Brooks Digital, an expert digital firm that empowers health nonprofits to improve the lives of patients. He’s helped organizations such as The diaTribe Foundation scale their digital presence from a few thousand annual visitors and subscribers to over 2.5 million visitors and 200,000 subscribers.

Oct14, 2020

Nonprofit and Business Collaboration: The Pathway to Community Impact

October 14th, 2020|

Kelli's focus is to teach business professionals how to develop a successful business based on “Relationship” Marketing. She specializes in educating and supporting professionals on how to GROW their business with relationships and the right referrals for their business. Kelli believes you can do better, smarter business through Relationship Marketing.

Oct12, 2020

Empower Us! From Crisis to Strategic Harmony

October 12th, 2020|

Executives, managers and entrepreneurs need to be prepared to face an emerging imperative !!! Operating in conditions of an exponentially changing turbulent world while living with ambiguity. Emerging trends are coming FROM DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS; they are faced with how to make sense of them, and respond or consider transformation.

Oct5, 2020

Working “ON” Your Business and not just “IN” Your Business

October 5th, 2020|

Being a small business owner puts you square in the crosshairs of finding yourself doing everything on any given day in order to make your business run successfully. So much so, that it has the ability to become all-consuming – either out of necessity to survive or just plain unplanned success. In both cases, seeing the forest for the trees often takes a back seat to sustaining your business and the chances for long-term success can be compromised.

Sep21, 2020

Handling Difficult People: Dealing with People You Can’t Stand

September 21st, 2020|

Struggling with significant change?  Complaining customers driving you crazy?  Tired of being treated badly by difficult people?  Frustrated working in a multi-generational workplace?  Working with leaders that people won’t follow?  Battling stress, time, and procrastination?  Let’s fix that!

Aug18, 2020

The Power of Transformational Experiences with Tony Bodoh

August 18th, 2020|

We are moving from the Experience Economy into the Transformation Economy. People are now seeking much more than just a positive, memorable experience. They want a new self-identity. They want to be transformed. This is a significant opportunity for nonprofits to up-level how they communicate the transformational stories of those they serve.

Aug18, 2020

Becoming a Successful Founder with Ryan Frederick

August 18th, 2020|

Many aspects of being a Founder, creating a product, and building a company are counter-intuitive. In The Founder's Manual, Ryan Frederick provides insights into how to deal with them. Ryan Frederick is a Founder and product person at heart. He has founded and grown several software and service companies from inception to viability, through to sustainability.

Aug7, 2020

Philanthropy Misunderstood by Bob Hopkins

August 7th, 2020|

The word PHILANTHROPY isn’t new, but many think being a philanthropist is about money. In Bob Hopkins’ new book, he assures us it IS NOT. He and 100 of his friends define, by way of their good deeds, that philanthropy is about LOVE OF MANKIND. Philanthropy Misunderstood is a 256-page coffee- table book that will surely entertain and inform you. You won’t want to put it down. It is colorful and exciting! What a joyful time Bob shares with us. Optimism and hope emerge from every page.

Jul30, 2020

Shaping the Future of America with Mike Ghouse

July 30th, 2020|

The Center for Pluralism is committed to building a cohesive America, an America where each one of us feels secure about our ethnicity, faith, culture, race, and other uniqueness. To accomplish that vision, we have several programs, events, and workshops to be a catalyst to bring about the results.We will continue to bring non-stop actions in bringing Americans together from different faiths, political affiliations, societies, and cultures and be a catalyst for a safe and secure America for each one of us.

Jul22, 2020

Human Philanthropy: Giving of Yourself with Dr. Fred Pescatore

July 22nd, 2020|

For me, Dr. Fred says, philanthropy has always been about giving of yourself. Too many people equate this with fancy donations and parties; and while those networking opportunities have their purpose, there is so much more that can be accomplished when people donate themselves; not just their money. Fred Pescatore, MD, is one of the most sought-after natural physicians in the country, specializing in making you feel like the best version of you!

Jul14, 2020

Leading Teams to Online Fundraising Overnight

July 14th, 2020|

Bring our expertise to your organization or event. Whole Whale has attended over 80 events and conferences, sharing knowledge with over 7,500 nonprofit and social impact professionals. Having worked with over 100 nonprofits, we always include real life case studies from nonprofits of all sizes and cause verticals to provide attendees with tangible examples. Our Whalers bring their expertise and our case studies to life with presentations, panel discussions, and workshops tailored to your audience.

Jul8, 2020

The Shanti Project: Nonprofit Volunteer Support for the Elderly in a Time of Coronavirus

July 8th, 2020|

Volunteers are America’s unrecognized workforce. Without their contribution, especially in this time of Covid 19, we would simply not be able to care adequately for those who are elderly and/or infirmed. By training volunteers in peer counseling skills, they can make vital contributions to our most vulnerable neighbors during this most challenging time.

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