Optimizing the Application Process for Grantmakers and Grantees
Heather Hiscox is on a mission to change the way we change the world. As an author, speaker, and consultant [...]
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 99: The Dynamic Duo – Increasing Impact by Uniting Development and Communications
Nonprofits and other social good organizations face many challenges, but one that can be seen over and over again comes from inside the organization. Different departments, such as development and communications, don't effectively engage with each other, hampering their ability to reach out to and engage with donors as successfully as they could.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 98: The State of Social Media in 2019
Experts from Blackbaud University join the Podcast to discuss the state of and strategies around social media for today's social good organization.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 97: Aligning Finance and Mission Strategy
Three experts discuss how and why your finance and development offices work together and the importance of good communications and alignment.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 96: Innovative Techniques for Engaging Advocates
Chris Masak, senior associate director of advocacy at the Alzheimer's Association, joins the sgENGAGE Podcast to discuss innovations in advocacy for nonprofits.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 95: What the Heck is Robotic Process Automation? (and Why Your Organization Needs It)
We spend as much as 20% of our day doing manual repetitive tasks, and those manual tasks often end up costing organizations a lot of money in lost productivity, fraud and errors. So how can social good organizations fix this? Enter robotic process automation.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 94: Does Your Data Have a Bias Problem?
It’s easy to think of data as something that’s entirely neutral, but like most things, data is open to interpretation. Is your organization interpreting data with a bias?
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 93: What You Need to Know About Persona-based Marketing
Rachel Clemens, CMO of Mighty Citizen, joins the podcast to share her ideas on persona-based marketing and how it fits into your strategy.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 92: The State of CSR
Dustin Joost joins the podcast to discuss the ins and outs of the “2019 CSR Industry Review.” Listen in to hear about major report findings, what’s driving the rise in corporate volunteerism, and surprising statistics.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 91: Eliminating Unconscious Bias in the Hiring Process
Paula Bratner joins sgENGAGE to discuss unconscious bias in hiring and how to create a diverse and effective team.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 90: Increasing Engagement with Digital Innovation
Cheryl Contee, CEO of Do Big Things, joins the podcast to talk about how social good organizations can increase stakeholder and supporter engagement through digital innovation.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 89: Developing Fundraising Talent
Jason Lewis, author of “The War for Fundraising Talent: And How Small Shops Can Win,” joins the podcast to talk about his ideas about arms-length fundraising, creating value for donors, and how organizations can empower fundraisers in ways that set them up for success and job satisfaction.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 88: Uncomplicate Your Communications
Many nonprofit organizations struggle with communications. A lot of times, this problem is caused by too many complications in their strategy. Michael Beall joins the podcast to help organizations uncomplicate their communications strategy.
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 87: Digital Transformation of Fundraising
Brad Little joins sgENGAGE to discuss digital transformation and how is it impacting fundraising in the social good community and what does digital transformation mean for those organizations themselves?
The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 86: Is Your Fundraising Diversified?
Fundraising is an obvious essential for every social good organization. But what does a diversified program look like and how do you best measure efficiency?