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The For Your Success podcast helps entrepreneurs of all ages to defeat the “you can’t do that” voices in your head by proving that you’re never too old to start a business, never too small to grow your influence, and never too late to create an income or a positive lifestyle business legacy. Katie Hornor has grown from full time ministry in Mexico to full time international business owner, speaker, best-selling author and is a Christian business strategy coach at HandprintLegacy.com. Her sho ...
 
Back in 2016, I created a podcast focused on raising awareness and build action for my nonprofit. After several years of running my marketing agency and being an adjunct professor for my local college, I realized my heart was no longer there. I’ve grown and evolved to another level. My passion is to help others, but help them to build, create, expand, scale, and sustain their hard work within their business. Typically, this results in consulting key leaders with my expertise in marketing and ...
 
Projectified[R] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.
 
Pro Bono Perspectives is a podcast about the power of a purpose-driven career. Join Common Impact CEO, Danielle Holly, as she interviews leaders from all walks of life to learn about their personal and professional backgrounds and explore what drives them to create positive change through their careers and daily lives. Common Impact is a national nonprofit focused on creating successful skills-based volunteer programs that build the capacity of the nonprofit sector. Hear from our network of ...
 
The nature of work is changing. As organizations restructure their activities around projects and programs during a time of unprecedented change and complexity, they’re also called on to reimagine how problems are solved and how work gets done. This takes a deep commitment to collaboration, empathy and innovation. Through this podcast series, ‘Center Stage: The Project Economy’, PMI presents the real meaning of innovative change, focusing on the strengths of virtual teams and cross-functiona ...
 
Join Sandra D'Souza and her guests as they explore the people/trends that are shaping the purpose driven landscape. Running a profitable business and doing good does not have to be mutually exclusive. In fact, the more money you make, the more good you can do in your local communities and beyond. Each week, we will chat with influencers and leaders in this space that are making a difference in their communities and the world, where business is a force for good and where profit meets purpose.
 
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This Pride Month, we welcome Lena Ballantine, COO of The Trevor Project, which does life-saving work in mental health and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ youth, and Jen Carter, Head of Technology & Volunteering at Google.org and founder of the Google.org Fellowship Program, a pro bono program that matches Google employees with social impact organizat…
 
Marketing requires courage too. In order to grow, all businesses must promote their value proposition to others outside of family and friends. Website: https://nwebsterllc.com/podcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanawebster/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ndubnassociates/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nathanawebster Podcast Spons…
 
3 days to change your life. That might sound pretty bold, but it’s true. Once you hear how aligning yourself & your marketing with God's unique plan for YOU can be the difference between abundance and struggling for every.single.sale, you’ll never be the same and neither will your business. Don't miss Handprint Legacy Live. Register now at www.Hand…
 
Systems make up the circumstances we live in, so changing the systems can change the circumstances. But how can you make systems change? And how can social good organizations that share common causes come together to make systems change? Today’s guest is Dr. Sally Uren, CEO of Forum of the Future. In today’s episode, she’ll explain what systems cha…
 
“It’s not just about what you invest in, it’s about how you invest.” In their new book ‘Letting Go’, Ben Wrobel and Meg Massey make the case that in order to effectively tackle social challenges, philanthropists and impact investors need to cede control of funding decisions to people with lived experiences of the challenges they are trying to solve…
 
On Projectified®’s 100th episode, we hit the fast-forward button to see what The Project Economy might look like over the next decade. One thing is clear: Our changing world demands a new kind of leader. Guests are: Marcelo Tocci, PMP, commercial aviation, program management office and deputy program director, Embraer, São Paulo: Tocci discusses th…
 
As the world begins to come out of lockdown and things start opening up, it’s worthwhile to take a moment and think of all the local small or medium businesses that have struggled throughout these tough times. Now that we can actually go places again, at least in limited numbers, we need to make an effort to actively support these local businesses.…
 
We all need to increase our marketing efforts and spend. Unfortunately, it's not just going to happen. You need a convincing argument. Anvil Media's Kent Lewis gives you some tools, data, and tips. Here's his article: https://www.smartbrief.com/original/2021/04/how-advocate-bigger-content-marketing-budget. Host: Nathan A Webster Website: https://nw…
 
Chef, cookbook author, and activist Julia Turshen operates at the intersection of food and social justice. Her highly acclaimed cookbooks share deeply personal and meaningful narratives on LGBTQIA+ representation, racial equity, body positivity, and more. Here, Julia talks about food insecurity and how the pandemic put the spotlight on systems that…
 
Controversy over the tech sector’s role in society, democracy, and philanthropy has been making headlines for years. Recently, some tech companies have leaned into these areas even further while others have made statements that they are specifically staying out of political and social issues. In this episode, get a frontline perspective from Platyp…
 
Dr. Mai Nguyen talks about the power of design thinking and how it’s being applied to financial institutions like credit unions to advance economic empowerment and social justice. Director of the Design Lab at UCSD and a Filene Research Institute Fellow, Mai has dedicated her career to addressing systemic discrimination and policies that create ine…
 
Want to be a powerful influence in the world? It takes dedication - but in a world where words are twisted and abused, what does that even mean? We're taking a lesson on dedication today from a negative example to know how to use and not to use the power of dedication as we grow our businesses and lead our people. Today's partner: Get Michel's heal…
 
The story of philanthropy as multi-cultural people experience it is not being told. Today’s guest, Dr. Tashion Macon, is setting out to change the narrative and add nuance and truth to help evolve the philanthropy sector. Dr. Macon is the Senior Vice President of Marketing, Branding and Social Justice Strategy at Bridge Philanthropic Consulting. Li…
 
Few project leaders saw COVID-19 coming. That points to a new mindset required to identify, manage and mitigate risks throughout the project life cycle. Gone are the days of a risk register dutifully filled out and then tucked away in a desk drawer. Guests are: Michael O’Connor, PhD, PMP, PgMP, director, strategy and project management at Medtronic…
 
Today we're bringing you a special interview episode with an amazing lady: Hope Ware attended HLL 2020 and shares how a year later what she learned at the event is still moving her forward, (Including growing her YouTube channel from 200-20,000! ) and why she's excited about attending again this year. Info and tickets for Handprint Legacy Live at w…
 
To have a website, or not have a website is a common question. Well, a website isn't just an expense. It's an investment for everyone and not just businesses. Listen in to learn why. SEMrush Link: https://www.semrush.com/blog/how-much-is-website-worth/ Website: https://nwebsterllc.com/podcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanawebster/ I…
 
Protecting patient information is critical. But it is a delicate balance between minimizing a healthcare organization’s risk and enabling development staff to raise mission-critical funds. In this episode Marti Arvin, Executive Advisor at CynergisTek, joins Blackbaud’s Liza Turcotte for a candid discussion on working together to create this appropr…
 
Big lofty goals to change the world are admirable, but if you aren’t creating a healthy workplace for your employees, does it even matter? Today we will be discussing how organizations can define purpose by creating a healthy workplace. To share her expertise in this area is Liza Provenzano, founder and principal consultant of SparkHR. In this epis…
 
The psychology of company brands is elusive to those who don't pay attention to the small details. We are all drawn to colors. Depending on the color of a logo, it can attract or repel us. Hence, why Nathan goes deeper to explain the importance of brand colors. Website: https://nwebsterllc.com/podcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanaw…
 
High donor attrition is a fact of life for fundraisers—even those who excel at donor retention. To grow revenue, social good organizations must attract a steady stream of new donors each year to replace those that will be lost. However, your organization likely has supporters who, despite a lack of giving history, have engaged with you in some way …
 
Do you have discernment? Let's discuss the 5 areas of life to which we can apply biblical discernment that will overflow into a powerful impact, negatively or positively, our business: family, faith, finances, fitness and friends. Mentioned today: LAKA WoodArt and Embroidery is offering a free personal pocket wooden cross to anyone who places an or…
 
More than a year ago, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Today, vaccines are rolling out, and it’s up to governments working with project teams to get shots into arms quickly, safely, efficiently and equitably. Our guest is Kate Elder from Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF). She discusses how the group’s…
 
To have a company is more than just having a business license. The marketing in the post-COVID era has changed. Every company needs to be a brand. A business' brand perceived value is front and center, so smaller and newer business has their work cut out for them. Host: Nathan A Webster Website: https://nwebsterllc.com/podcast/ LinkedIn: https://ww…
 
Even though I’ve been hosting events for 22 years, and teaching Business with God for 5... I was doing something completely new a few weeks ago. And the crazy-intense day gave me brand new insights — not only into the material, but also how I can share it with others and make a big difference in their lives. Turns out there’s no end to mastery. Thi…
 
What’s the difference between fundraising and raising money? Many people may think of successful fundraising as simply getting donations, but that definition leaves out another important element: engaging smaller or future donors. Some may not be able to give large gifts, but they can still become an important source of support for an organization.…
 
Trust is a belief on which I can take action. I have to act upon a belief to show that I trust. There is a calm in trusting and in being trustworthy. How can I as a business owner be trustworthy for my people even as I trust the Owner of the business to direct and guide and bless? Tune in for this discussion on episode 137... Mentioned today: Get a…
 
As I have mentioned before, I work as an executive recruiter. If there is one thing that is true for every position where you are working with people, it is that you can’t prepare for everything. However, with the right strategies in place you are more likely to attract the right candidates. So, in this episode, I want to share some insights for hi…
 
Guest: Kent Lewis Dropping marketing diamonds in regards to ad blockers, privacy, and marketing trends. Since all algorithms change, marketing strategy also needs to change. For decades, publishers have used ads to pay the bills but evolution and customers are demanding another way. Link: https://www.sempdx.org/blog/ad-blockers-the-impact-and-impli…
 
The last year has brought a lot of change and a lot of new learnings. And from healthcare to poverty to racial justice, social good organizations are looking to find new solutions that meaningfully impact these important issues. However, as with any big social impact initiatives, that will require that organizations embrace learning from the inevit…
 
Is determination a good trait for a business owner? or a bad one? And what does it mean to be determined, exactly? Find out today on episode 136 with Katie Hornor Community highlight: Debra Alford, Marriage Coaching Episode 83: Why I Quit and What Keeps Me Coming Back Share your feedback on this episode with our Facebook community by commenting at …
 
Artificial intelligence is officially part of the mainstream, sparking big changes across industries. But do companies have the talent they need to truly make the most of the technology? Guests are: Manolis Koubarakis, project coordinator, ExtremeEarth, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece: Koubarakis discusses building the team b…
 
Today we will be taking a different approach to this podcast. Tracey Bissett, President and Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness, the host of the Young Money podcast and my friend, is going to be interviewing me to get a better sense of who I am and how this podcast came to be. In this episode, you will hear me discuss everything from my favorite c…
 
Knowing the difference of the marketing strategy: pull vs. push. The pull method brings prospective customers in because of the value (aka, diamond trail) leading them to make a purchase. A good example is any reputable brand dominating their industry. The push method is the full display of products/services. The majority of businesses using this m…
 
There’s always something that can throw your organization’s budget off track. Some crises are worse than others – the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, for example, brought completely unforeseen challenges – but even if internal or external factors don’t rise to that level, you can count on some type of shift. Today’s episode covers how to prepare for bud…
 
Mentioned today: Find out why being a queenly leader necessitates the inclusion and development of these 4 characteristics: Convinced Aligned Leader Magic Today's Community Spotlight: Emmie Manor of ChildbirthConversations.com Book: Faith Like Flamingos: the Christian Business Guide to Walking Out Your Faith in Bold Color by Katie Hornor www.faithl…
 
On this episode of Money and Meaning, host Alex Kravitz is joined by Shalini Rao, Director of Growth Equity at Generation Investment Management. Originally founded in 2004 by Al Gore and David Blood, Generation currently manages over $30B in assets with 100% invested in long-term, sustainable investments. The growth equity team recently closed thei…
 
No one has ever said creating and running your own company is easy. In many ways, the current beliefs around entrepreneurship are unfathomable compared to previous generations. No one knows this better than Sathish Bala, serial entrepreneur and CEO of Bala Group Inc. In this episode, he shares his advice for anyone looking to follow their passions …
 
Make your product/visible Have comparable models Ask the objection why not the high end model Host: Nathan A Webster Website: https://nwebsterllc.com/podcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanawebster/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathanwebster543/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nathanawebster Podcast Sponsor: https://ndublove.com/…
 
Relationships are everything. While networking may be a buzzword, intentionally building a community and making deep and meaningful connections can have vast positive professional impacts. But how do you get started? Today’s guest has answers. Susan McPherson, founder and CEO of McPherson Strategies and author of the new book The Lost Art of Connec…
 
Why do personal accountability and leadership go hand in hand? Find out on today's show with Katie Hornor. Mentioned today: Get Out of the Boat Christian Business Retreat: April 30, 2021. Tickets and more info at www.GetOutOfTheBoat.com Book: QBQ: The Question Behind the Question: Practicing Personal Accountability at Work and in Life by John G. Mi…
 
While things seem to be improving in many ways, there are still a lot of challenges out there and the world is certainly not back to business as usual. A lot of businesses are still struggling to stay afloat, and people aren’t sure what their jobs are going to look like, or if they are going to have jobs in a few months. So, in this episode, I will…
 
For decades, fundraisers have been trying to understand some of the differences in philanthropic giving between men and women. And, while much remains to be studied regarding same-sex families, women in heterosexual households have increasing financial power. It is a crucial element in understanding decision-making about giving across households. I…
 
How do you become a generous leader when you're pulling yourself up by your bootstraps and scrapping by to get it going - or keep it going? That's what we're talking about today, giving tips and inspiring you to great generosity in your life and business and showing how that can directly correlate to business advancement and success. Mentioned toda…
 
“You’ll get no argument from me that there are sectors where moving institutional scale, finance-first money is what’s needed. Our argument is that in places where the market is not functioning, in places where markets have left people behind, that this kind of low-cost money is required in order to make a difference in the lives of poor, marginali…
 
The climate crisis is one of the world’s greatest threats—and project leaders around the globe are stepping in, helping mitigate its effects with ambitious and innovative initiatives. Guests are: Dan Balaban, co-founder, president and CEO, Greengate Power, Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Balaban discusses the Travers Solar Project—one of the world’s larg…
 
In celebration of National Volunteer Week and the anniversary of Californians for All, Director Dave Smith shares about the founding of this California Volunteers initiative at the beginning of the pandemic as a way to mobilize volunteers to support food banks and other overburdened nonprofits. A year later, it has achieved over 1 million volunteer…
 
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