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Nonprofit Radio for March 11, 2016: Policy vs. Paper Clips

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Eugene Fram: Policy vs. Paper Clips

Eugene Fram is author of the book “Policy vs. Paper Clips.” He introduces you to a corporate model of board governance to cut out the minutia from agendas so your board can focus where it should, on policy and planning. He’s professor emeritus at Rochester Institute of Technology, (Originally aired on April 26, 2013.)

 

 


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Nonprofit Radio for September 18, 2015: Run Like A Biz & Program Your Board

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Hillary Schafer: Run Like A Biz

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Hillary Schafer brought her 12 years on Wall Street to the Jefferson Awards Foundation, where she’s executive director. She shares her ideas from building core infrastructure to employee policies.

 

 

Gene Takagi: Program Your Board

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Your board probably recognizes its fiduciary responsibilities, but does it know its role in overseeing programs? Gene Takagi is our legal contributor and principal of the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations law group (NEO).

 

 


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Nonprofit Radio for August 21, 2015: Online And At Risk & Your Board’s Role In Executive Hiring

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Diane Oates: Online and at Risk?

Do you accept donations online? Have a “donate now” button? Are you using crowdfunding sites? You may need to register with lots of states, not just your own. Diane Oates is an assistant attorney general in the consumer protection division of the Florida AG’s office and a former National Association of State Charities Officials (NASCO) board member. (Originally aired July 11, 2014.)

 

Gene Takagi: Your Board’s Role in Executive Hiring

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Gene Takagi, our legal contributor and principal of the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations law group (NEO), walks us through this important board responsibility: hiring the executive officer.  (Originally aired July 11, 2014.)

 

 

 


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Nonprofit Radio: Important Legal Stuff

Gene Takagi has been Nonprofit Radio’s legal contributor for four years. Here’s his best advice.

Nonprofit Radio, April 6, 2012: Campaign Feasibility Agility & Creating A Culture of Philanthropy

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Eugenia Colon
Eugenia Colon: Campaign Feasibility Agility

Why is a feasibility study important before you embark on a fundraising campaign? What do you learn from a well-crafted study? Who should be interviewed and who should interview? Eugenia Colon of Colon & Associates sorts it out for you.

 

Laura Goodwin
Laura Goodwin: Creating A Culture of Philanthropy

Laura Goodwin, vice president of The Osborne Group, has ideas about focusing on your donors; collaborating; programming; board expectations and responsibilities; and leadership, all to help you increase your fundraising revenue. (Pre-recorded at Philanthropy Day 2011 hosted by AFP Westchester County chapter.)

 


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