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The Nonprofit Resilience and Growth Podcast

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Ted Bilich

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The Nonprofit Resilience and Growth Podcast is devoted to podcasts about risk management and process improvement

Latest Episodes

Podcast 033 - Don't Do More. Be More Effective. Interview about Personal Kanban with Tonianne DeMaria

Tonianne DeMaria is an accomplished writer and trainer who co-authored the excellent book, Personal Kanban: Mapping Work, Navigating Life. I swear by this methodology, which is an intuitive application of lean thinking to personal and professional productivity. In this interview, Tonianne describes what "kanban" is and how people can use simple tools to improve their effectiveness. If you consider yourself an "expert multi-tasker," listen to this podcast.

27 MIN2018 MAY 24
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Podcast 033 - Don't Do More. Be More Effective. Interview about Personal Kanban with Tonianne DeMaria

Podcast 032 - Is Your Nonprofit "Strategic Planning" Just "Strategic Hoping"? Without Some Risk Management Prep Work, the Answer is Yes

In this podcast, Ted Bilich explains why most nonprofit strategic planning is nothing more than strategic hoping or, at best, mere strategic intuition. Unless an organization performs some basic risk management prep work, its strategic planning will have a foundation of sand. In the podcast, Ted mentions a free risk inventory guide available on our website. You can find that guide by following this link.

7 MIN2018 APR 26
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Podcast 032 - Is Your Nonprofit "Strategic Planning" Just "Strategic Hoping"? Without Some Risk Management Prep Work, the Answer is Yes

Podcast 031 - 3 Free Risk Management Steps Every Nonprofit Should Take TODAY

In this podcast, host Ted Bilich explains three steps every nonprofit should take concerning risk management. Each step takes nothing more than reading and reflecting on a basic organizational document -- your bylaws, your articles of incorporation, and your employee handbook. These simple steps can save a world of heartache and potential liability.

12 MIN2018 APR 12
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Podcast 031 - 3 Free Risk Management Steps Every Nonprofit Should Take TODAY

Podcast 030: How and When Should Your Nonprofit Use A Lawyer? An Interview with Gene Takagi of NEO Law Group

Gene Takagi, the managing attorney at NEO Law Group, has become an influential voice in the nonprofit sector. In this podcast interview, Gene shares his views on when and how nonprofits should seek paid legal advice, legal risks nonprofits face, and how changes in the legal profession impact the nonprofit sector. Gene graduated from UCLA Law School and has practiced law for more than 15 years, but he is not just an attorney. He is also a professor of nonprofit law, he has been a management consultant, and he was at one time the managing director of a private company. In addition to his law degree, Gene is also a graduate of the University of San Francisco’s Master of Nonprofit Administration program. He has been quoted and published in the New York Times, Nonprofit Quarterly, the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the Nonprofit Times, and many other places. Gene writes regularly for the nonprofitlawblog.com. Gene can be found on Twitter at @GTak, on Facebook at Nonprofit Law, and can be re...

43 MIN2018 MAR 29
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Podcast 030: How and When Should Your Nonprofit Use A Lawyer? An Interview with Gene Takagi of NEO Law Group

Our About Risk Podcast is now The Nonprofit Resilience and Growth Podcast

we explore emerging best practices in the nonprofit sector. Example episodes include: Should Your Nonprofit Hire for Curiosity? Financial Resilience for Nonprofits Resources and First Steps for Nonprofit Risk Management If you have topics you’d like us to discuss or you are interested in being a guest on the show, please email us atinfo@risk-alternatives.com.

3 MIN2018 MAR 15
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Our About Risk Podcast is now The Nonprofit Resilience and Growth Podcast

Podcast 028: All About Nonprofit Insurance, with Peter Persuitti of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Peter Persuitti is well-known in the nonprofit sector. He currently leads the global religious and nonprofit practice at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. -- one of the largest insurance brokerages in the world. Peter, however, has engaged in the sector in many other roles, including as a dean, foundation executive, school administrator and teacher, and the founder of a school. During this interview I ask Peter about insurance for nonprofits and foundations, his views of the future of the sector, and numerous other issues. You can find Peter on LinkedIn.

64 MIN2018 MAR 1
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Podcast 028: All About Nonprofit Insurance, with Peter Persuitti of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Podcast 027: Should Your Nonprofit Hire for Curiosity? A Second Interview with Lynn Borton

In our last podcast, we began interviewing Lynn Borton, a former nonprofit executive who now focuses her attention on creativity as a business and life tool. This segment completes that interview and focuses on Lynn's curiosity work. You can find Lynn’s business atchoosetobecurious.com. You can email her at choosetobecurious@gmail.com or borton.lynn@gmail.com. She tweets as@choose2Bcurious. You can also find Choose to Be Curious on Facebook. She’s available on LinkedIn, too. Lynn mentioned a number of resources on the podcast, including the following: Ian Leslie, Curious - The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends on It Brian Grazer, A Curious Mind James Ryan's Youtube Video,Wait, What? Lynn also mentioned Todd Kashdan and Tomas Chamorro-Premusicwho both write regularly on the topic of curiosity.

28 MIN2018 FEB 15
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Podcast 027: Should Your Nonprofit Hire for Curiosity? A Second Interview with Lynn Borton

Podcast Interview 26: Exploring the COO Role and Curiosity as a Business Tool with Lynn Borton

Lynn Borton is one of the most grounded and genuinely kind people I know. She's also an accomplished former executive with a major nonprofit, having spend 20 years at the organization, 12 of those as the chief operating officer. A few years ago she left that post to pursue her deep interest in fostering curiosity as a business tool. In this first interview, we discuss the role of the COO in a nonprofit organization. Two weeks from now we will publish the second half of the interview, where Lynn talks about her abiding curiosity about curiosity. You can find Lynn's business at choosetobecurious.com. You can email her at choosetobecurious@gmail.com or borton.lynn@gmail.com. She tweets as @choose2Bcurious. You can also find Choose to Be Curious on Facebook. She's available on LinkedIn, too. Questions in this podcast included the following: You have been on a personal and professional journey over the last few years. Tell us first about your decision to leave a nonprofit after 20 years....

23 MIN2018 FEB 1
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Podcast Interview 26: Exploring the COO Role and Curiosity as a Business Tool with Lynn Borton

Podcast Interview 25: Financial Resilience for Nonprofits - A Conversation with FMA's Hilda Polanco

Hilda Polanco is one of the most influential thinkers about nonprofit financial sustainability. Beginning in 1999, her firm, FMA, has grown from 4 employees to nearly 10 times that number. FMA, in turn, has grown into a powerful voice for financial agility within the sector. She joined us for a conversation about nonprofit financial leadership, nonprofit risk management, and long-term resilience. About FMA Hilda you’ve built FMA into a real powerhouse for nonprofit finance. Tell us the story of when, how, and why you founded FMA. [0:57] If you have a clean audit, do you need risk management? [3:53] These days, are there any particular characteristics you look for when you’re trying to decide whether you will work with a nonprofit client?[7:27] Is a resilient organization a reflective organization? [8:55] Do you see FMA changing its range of offerings to address new services that nonprofits need? [9:42] You have offices not only in New York City, but a number of other places, right...

39 MIN2018 JAN 18
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Podcast Interview 25: Financial Resilience for Nonprofits - A Conversation with FMA's Hilda Polanco

Podcast Episode 24: Resources and First Steps for Nonprofit Risk Management - A Second Interview with CRE's Katie Leonberger

In this episode of About Risk, we welcome back Katie Leonberger, CEO of Community Resource Exchange in New York City. We explore with Katie broader issues about what nonprofits should do to begin implementing risk management, where they should look for resources and support, and what she sees as key nonprofit risks.Katie can be found online @KatieLeonberger. CRE is on Twitter as @creinnyc. To find out more about CREFT, you can email CREFT@crenyc.org.

16 MIN2017 DEC 19
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Podcast Episode 24: Resources and First Steps for Nonprofit Risk Management - A Second Interview with CRE's Katie Leonberger

Latest Episodes

Podcast 033 - Don't Do More. Be More Effective. Interview about Personal Kanban with Tonianne DeMaria

Tonianne DeMaria is an accomplished writer and trainer who co-authored the excellent book, Personal Kanban: Mapping Work, Navigating Life. I swear by this methodology, which is an intuitive application of lean thinking to personal and professional productivity. In this interview, Tonianne describes what "kanban" is and how people can use simple tools to improve their effectiveness. If you consider yourself an "expert multi-tasker," listen to this podcast.

27 MIN2018 MAY 24
Comments
Podcast 033 - Don't Do More. Be More Effective. Interview about Personal Kanban with Tonianne DeMaria

Podcast 032 - Is Your Nonprofit "Strategic Planning" Just "Strategic Hoping"? Without Some Risk Management Prep Work, the Answer is Yes

In this podcast, Ted Bilich explains why most nonprofit strategic planning is nothing more than strategic hoping or, at best, mere strategic intuition. Unless an organization performs some basic risk management prep work, its strategic planning will have a foundation of sand. In the podcast, Ted mentions a free risk inventory guide available on our website. You can find that guide by following this link.

7 MIN2018 APR 26
Comments
Podcast 032 - Is Your Nonprofit "Strategic Planning" Just "Strategic Hoping"? Without Some Risk Management Prep Work, the Answer is Yes

Podcast 031 - 3 Free Risk Management Steps Every Nonprofit Should Take TODAY

In this podcast, host Ted Bilich explains three steps every nonprofit should take concerning risk management. Each step takes nothing more than reading and reflecting on a basic organizational document -- your bylaws, your articles of incorporation, and your employee handbook. These simple steps can save a world of heartache and potential liability.

12 MIN2018 APR 12
Comments
Podcast 031 - 3 Free Risk Management Steps Every Nonprofit Should Take TODAY

Podcast 030: How and When Should Your Nonprofit Use A Lawyer? An Interview with Gene Takagi of NEO Law Group

Gene Takagi, the managing attorney at NEO Law Group, has become an influential voice in the nonprofit sector. In this podcast interview, Gene shares his views on when and how nonprofits should seek paid legal advice, legal risks nonprofits face, and how changes in the legal profession impact the nonprofit sector. Gene graduated from UCLA Law School and has practiced law for more than 15 years, but he is not just an attorney. He is also a professor of nonprofit law, he has been a management consultant, and he was at one time the managing director of a private company. In addition to his law degree, Gene is also a graduate of the University of San Francisco’s Master of Nonprofit Administration program. He has been quoted and published in the New York Times, Nonprofit Quarterly, the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the Nonprofit Times, and many other places. Gene writes regularly for the nonprofitlawblog.com. Gene can be found on Twitter at @GTak, on Facebook at Nonprofit Law, and can be re...

43 MIN2018 MAR 29
Comments
Podcast 030: How and When Should Your Nonprofit Use A Lawyer? An Interview with Gene Takagi of NEO Law Group

Our About Risk Podcast is now The Nonprofit Resilience and Growth Podcast

we explore emerging best practices in the nonprofit sector. Example episodes include: Should Your Nonprofit Hire for Curiosity? Financial Resilience for Nonprofits Resources and First Steps for Nonprofit Risk Management If you have topics you’d like us to discuss or you are interested in being a guest on the show, please email us atinfo@risk-alternatives.com.

3 MIN2018 MAR 15
Comments
Our About Risk Podcast is now The Nonprofit Resilience and Growth Podcast

Podcast 028: All About Nonprofit Insurance, with Peter Persuitti of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Peter Persuitti is well-known in the nonprofit sector. He currently leads the global religious and nonprofit practice at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. -- one of the largest insurance brokerages in the world. Peter, however, has engaged in the sector in many other roles, including as a dean, foundation executive, school administrator and teacher, and the founder of a school. During this interview I ask Peter about insurance for nonprofits and foundations, his views of the future of the sector, and numerous other issues. You can find Peter on LinkedIn.

64 MIN2018 MAR 1
Comments
Podcast 028: All About Nonprofit Insurance, with Peter Persuitti of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Podcast 027: Should Your Nonprofit Hire for Curiosity? A Second Interview with Lynn Borton

In our last podcast, we began interviewing Lynn Borton, a former nonprofit executive who now focuses her attention on creativity as a business and life tool. This segment completes that interview and focuses on Lynn's curiosity work. You can find Lynn’s business atchoosetobecurious.com. You can email her at choosetobecurious@gmail.com or borton.lynn@gmail.com. She tweets as@choose2Bcurious. You can also find Choose to Be Curious on Facebook. She’s available on LinkedIn, too. Lynn mentioned a number of resources on the podcast, including the following: Ian Leslie, Curious - The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends on It Brian Grazer, A Curious Mind James Ryan's Youtube Video,Wait, What? Lynn also mentioned Todd Kashdan and Tomas Chamorro-Premusicwho both write regularly on the topic of curiosity.

28 MIN2018 FEB 15
Comments
Podcast 027: Should Your Nonprofit Hire for Curiosity? A Second Interview with Lynn Borton

Podcast Interview 26: Exploring the COO Role and Curiosity as a Business Tool with Lynn Borton

Lynn Borton is one of the most grounded and genuinely kind people I know. She's also an accomplished former executive with a major nonprofit, having spend 20 years at the organization, 12 of those as the chief operating officer. A few years ago she left that post to pursue her deep interest in fostering curiosity as a business tool. In this first interview, we discuss the role of the COO in a nonprofit organization. Two weeks from now we will publish the second half of the interview, where Lynn talks about her abiding curiosity about curiosity. You can find Lynn's business at choosetobecurious.com. You can email her at choosetobecurious@gmail.com or borton.lynn@gmail.com. She tweets as @choose2Bcurious. You can also find Choose to Be Curious on Facebook. She's available on LinkedIn, too. Questions in this podcast included the following: You have been on a personal and professional journey over the last few years. Tell us first about your decision to leave a nonprofit after 20 years....

23 MIN2018 FEB 1
Comments
Podcast Interview 26: Exploring the COO Role and Curiosity as a Business Tool with Lynn Borton

Podcast Interview 25: Financial Resilience for Nonprofits - A Conversation with FMA's Hilda Polanco

Hilda Polanco is one of the most influential thinkers about nonprofit financial sustainability. Beginning in 1999, her firm, FMA, has grown from 4 employees to nearly 10 times that number. FMA, in turn, has grown into a powerful voice for financial agility within the sector. She joined us for a conversation about nonprofit financial leadership, nonprofit risk management, and long-term resilience. About FMA Hilda you’ve built FMA into a real powerhouse for nonprofit finance. Tell us the story of when, how, and why you founded FMA. [0:57] If you have a clean audit, do you need risk management? [3:53] These days, are there any particular characteristics you look for when you’re trying to decide whether you will work with a nonprofit client?[7:27] Is a resilient organization a reflective organization? [8:55] Do you see FMA changing its range of offerings to address new services that nonprofits need? [9:42] You have offices not only in New York City, but a number of other places, right...

39 MIN2018 JAN 18
Comments
Podcast Interview 25: Financial Resilience for Nonprofits - A Conversation with FMA's Hilda Polanco

Podcast Episode 24: Resources and First Steps for Nonprofit Risk Management - A Second Interview with CRE's Katie Leonberger

In this episode of About Risk, we welcome back Katie Leonberger, CEO of Community Resource Exchange in New York City. We explore with Katie broader issues about what nonprofits should do to begin implementing risk management, where they should look for resources and support, and what she sees as key nonprofit risks.Katie can be found online @KatieLeonberger. CRE is on Twitter as @creinnyc. To find out more about CREFT, you can email CREFT@crenyc.org.

16 MIN2017 DEC 19
Comments
Podcast Episode 24: Resources and First Steps for Nonprofit Risk Management - A Second Interview with CRE's Katie Leonberger
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