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We are equipping nonprofit leaders with best practices and resources that grow generosity to enhance your mission. In each episode, we tackle a topic related to growing generosity to your nonprofit and answer the three most critical questions for success. Our promise to you is that we won't take up a ton of your time - you have donors to cultivate - and we will give you actionable items you can start using right away. We will focus on foundational donor first principles and best practices. T ...
 
On The Generosity Labs Podcast, hosted by Kenny Jahng, we talk to pastors, consultants, service providers and other church leaders. We discuss the current trends, models and best practices for developing giving as a robust part of your community life. Are you ready to learn more about how you can get a culture of generosity to flourish from the inside out? Discover more resources and transcripts of our podcast episodes at www.GenerosityLabs.org
 
On the Home Services Experts podcast, we encourage entrepreneurs and home service experts to share their journeys, expertise, and the importance of giving back to their community. We cover topics like business challenges, client success stories, and of course, how and why our guests entered and started their own company. We also let our guests share on the subjects they’re well-known for. No matter the topic, you’ll be hearing real stories from real people.
 
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49. Loraine Martins - Active Listening “Give people space. you listen. You're patient. You have a kind of physical interaction which is the nodding and affirmation. Indicate that you are actually listening. Your cpacity to play back what you've heard...helps to reinforce and give others confidence that you've actually been listening to what they've…
 
On this episode host and GSB consultant, Mitzie Schafer interviews GSB Consultant Evan Moilan on conducting a wealth screen, whether on one donor or a full database. Together they answer the three most critical questions related to the options and process. This is the fourth episode in a 6 weeks series on being Donor First. Like on all episodes, we…
 
48. Likky Lavji - Blind Spots “Leaders are realizing that it's about looking at people's hidden potentials and leading the people and not the company. You lead the people. You work...with them and find out exactly who they are, what they need and be there for the people that you have ...you become this incredible leader, the organization just shift…
 
On this episode host and GSB consultant, Mitzie Schafer, interviews GSB Consultant Jennie Smith on Moves Management. Together they answer the three most critical questions related to the model. This is the third episode in a 6 weeks series on being Donor First. Like on all episodes, we work to equip nonprofit leaders with best practices and resourc…
 
47. Shellye Archambeau - Black Voices “I just didn't feel I was truly going to have the opportunity to compete for a CEO spot at IBM. So that's why I moved my whole family from Tokyo to Dallas, Texas for this new Blockbuster job. And you have to remember, Blockbuster back then was a behemoth. There was a Blockbuster on every single corner... I'm go…
 
On this episode host and GSB consultant, Mitzie Schafer, interviews Mike Ward, GSB Consultant and founder of the Center for Generosity. Together they answer the three most important questions related to donor acquisition. This is the first episode in a 6 weeks series on being Donor First. Like on all episodes, we work to equip nonprofit leaders wit…
 
46. Dalila Wilson-Scott & Loren Hudson - Black Voices “Not only do our talent partners have to be committed, our leaders have to be committed... We need those two pieces aligned, so when we're hiring, when we're promoted, when we're providing opportunities within the organization for development and exposing our teammates, we have to have a DEI len…
 
On this episode host and GSB consultant, Mitzie Schafer, interviews Dzenan Berberovic about building healthy donor relationships. This is the first episode in a 6 weeks series on being Donor First. Like on all episodes, we work to equip nonprofit leaders with best practices and resources that grow generosity to enhance their mission. In each episod…
 
45. Michael Smith - Black Voices “You get you're undervalued and marginalized out the gate just because people just rely on their stereotypes. So, it means that you have to constantly do that extra work of trying to break and prove people's preconceptions wrong. And that's a weight that you have to carry with you throughout your entire life.” Guest…
 
44. Rosalyn Durant - Black Voices “I really think that we can dismantle racism and bias and all of the division through empathy and love.” Guest Info: Rosalyn Durant is Senior Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World Resort, overseeing the Disney Springs shopping, dining and entertainment destination; both Walt Disney World Water Parks, a…
 
43. Dr. Jabari Whitehead “It's interesting to acknowledge that race is a human construct. You're saying we're mammals, we're part of this species, but somewhere along the line, some got ranked and color became a differentiating factor that was used against people.” Guest Info: Jabari Whitehead, Ed.D. is the Principal of Chatham Park Elementary Scho…
 
42. Susan Jin Davis - People First “If people aren't first, I don't think you can have a good team. And I don't think you remember that there's people on that team and that those people are individuals that you have responsibility for as a leader.” Guest Info: Susan Jin Davis has 30 years of experience in the telecommunications, media, entertainmen…
 
41. Lain Hensley - The Odyssey of Giving “...in the spirit of generosity and the spirit of giving, that was the moment where it stopped me and I thought, wow, have I given enough?” Guest Info: Lain Hensley is the Head Dream Chaser & Co-Founder of Odyssey Teams In 2014, Lain won a hard-fought battle against cancer and he hasn’t taken a minute of lif…
 
40. Noha Abdalla - CMO MyEyeDr. - Vision and Values “Hindsight being 2020, it is character building...You never want to be different. You never want to stand out as a kid...I realized that it was a huge advantage and benefit because it taught me how to be proud of who I am, how to stand up for my beliefs.” Guest Info: Noha Abdalla is the Chief Mark…
 
Welcome to Episode No. 1 of the new Center for Generosity Podcast. Here we will talk about all things Fundraising and Development as we equip nonprofit leaders with best practices and resources that grow generosity to enhance their mission. In each episode, we tackle a topic related to growing generosity to your nonprofit and answer the three most …
 
39. Nathalie Walton - Expectful “One of the ways that we're generous is, is by holding the space to have those conversations because people need to have those difficult conversations…I think we're most generous when we listen to our users and provide an avenue to have conversations about things where people just aren't having conversations about.” …
 
38. Jennifer Brown - Inclusive Leadership "When you're Advocate Level [Phase 4 in Jennifer's Inclusive Leader Model], you're really swinging every day, fearlessly, tirelessly, unapologetically. You don't wait for permission." — Jennifer Brown Guest Info: Jennifer Brown (she/her) is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, author, and diversity and i…
 
37. Kevin Schnieders - Servant Leadership "If you don't love them [people], don't lead them." — Kevin Schnieders Guest Info: Kevin Schnieders is the CEO and President of EDSI. Striving to be the solution for companies and people in transition, EDSI is a workforce development, customized training and consulting company. The company focuses on provid…
 
36. Shameka Young - Cognizant Guest Info: As Cognizant’s VP and Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I), Shameka Young is responsible for driving a more integrated global and regional approach to diversity and inclusion through data insights across the employee experience. She represents Cognizant as a founding partner on The World Economic Foru…
 
35. Annie Howell - Crown Media Family Networks Guest Info: Annie Howell Chief Communications Officer at Crown Media, home of Hallmark Channel. She is a communications, training and coaching executive with over 30 years of experience leading teams that excel in strategic communications, television publicity and promotion, crisis communications, publ…
 
34. Justin Connolly - The Walt Disney Company Guest Info: As President of Platform Distribution for Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution (DMED), Justin Connolly oversees all third-party media sales efforts for distribution, affiliate marketing and affiliate-related business operations for all of the Company's direct-to-consumer services and li…
 
33. Nicky Westhead - Arloesan Imagine if leaders were measured and rewarded on their emotional intelligence, their empathy skills, their acts and demonstrations of generosity? Guest Info: Nicky is a Global Executive Leadership Pioneer, Coach and Group Engager blending thirty years as a Professional Certified and Organizational Leadership Coach, Cha…
 
Your host, Sandy Fowler, introduces Loren Alves of Hite Digital Phoenix. Loren Alves talks about his experiences in his field and what his hopes are for the Home Services With Irrational Generosity podcast.โดย Loren Alves
 
32. Matt Zelesko - Comcast - 25 Being generous, expressing gratitude. And when we see success, rewarding that and encouraging that I think is is critical. Guest Info: Matt Zelesko is the SVP and Chief Technology Officer at Comcast. He leads the product organization, which focuses on delivering best in class products in three key areas: Digital Home…
 
31. Dena Herrin - Girls Inc. A girl may love to code. But if she gets pregnant, or if she doesn't have the confidence to walk into an AP math class full of boys, or she gets suspended for fighting, well, it's going to be a lot harder for her to be successful in that coding career that she loves. Guest Info: Dena Has served as the Executive Director…
 
30. David Mansilla - ISU Corp Guest Info: David Mansilla is the CEO and Founder of ISU Corp and HubLinked and is also the author of the #1 International Bestselling book, Breaking Out of Corporate Jail. David works as a business advisor for technology and marketing companies and is a real estate and angel investor. David moved to Canada at the age …
 
29. AAPI Voices - Susan Jin Davis - Global Impact Leader "The answer was like, shut up and be like these model minorities who are not asking for such outrageous things as equality and justice. They're not complaining!" Guest Info: Susan Jin Davis, former Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) of Comcast NBCUniversal, is an industry expert and senior CS…
 
28. AAPI Voices - Nydia Han - 6ABC Action News Guest Info: Nydia Han is an Emmy award winning television journalist, TEDx speaker, and creator of #ThisIsAmerica, a provocative three-part documentary series about racism and the diverse American experience. Nydia co-anchors 6abc Action News Sundays and is the station’s consumer investigative reporter…
 
27. AAPI Voices - Kenneth Wong - CIG Asia, Ltd. Guest Info: Mr. Wong is a principal in NavPac Advisors, LLC that brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to both the US and China markets. NavPac Advisors, LLC, under the leadership of Mr. Wong, assists US entities navigate through the complexities of developing strategies and building working rel…
 
26. AAPI Voices - Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke - APAICS "Learning about people is so important." — Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke Guest Info: Madalene Xuan-Trang Mielke is a nationally recognized civil rights leader and a member of U.S.A Today’s Inaugural Leaders of Change. As President & CEO of the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Stud…
 
25. AAPI Voices - Lisa Chang - The Coca-Cola Company Guest Info: Lisa Chang is the Global Chief People Officer for The Coca Cola Company, overseeing the company’s talent and people strategies, culture, and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. In her role, which she has held since 2019, she is responsible for leading the company’s global people,…
 
24. Make Life Better: "B" the Force for Good. Part 2 ”Those who really want to have a successful career at Saxbys thrive because they get so much feedback, because we communicate so openly with such are. We care about ourselves and our own reputations and about you as a fellow member of the Saxbys’ tribe.” Guest Info: Nick Bayer has always been in …
 
23. Make Life Better: "B" the Force for Good. Part 1 "If we got a bunch of people who look differently and think differently but have the same heart and soul, the same motivation to make life better for others every single day, we’re going to be in a really good position to serve our communities quite well.” Guest Info: Nick Bayer has always been i…
 
22. Givers Need Askers: Turn the Wheel of Reciprocity and Ask “The fact is, you can be more productive, more efficient, more creative, less stressed out if you make requests for what you need and you help other people.” Guest Info: Dr. Wayne E. Baker is Robert P. Thome (“Toe-May”), Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Management & …
 
21. Pay it Forward: Wishes and Wisdom “My whole philosophy is purpose, people and process. First you have to understand what you are doing, where are we going, what’s the objective, what outcome are we looking for. Making sure that messaging is clear around a purpose is key.” Guest Info: Veronica Sheehan is a global business leader with over 25 yea…
 
20. Great Place to Work For All Part II: Listening, Learning and Measurable Actions “You’ve got to unlearn what you’ve learned about what a leader is and you’ve got to unlock and bring forward what’s inside of you, which Mandela says is inside all of us. You have to liberate that part and it enables other people to liberate it too and that’s how yo…
 
19. Great Place to Work For All Part I: The Measure that Matters Most "Do I speak to people in a way that makes them know that their job is critical, the work they do is critical for us to achieving our purpose of helping all organizations be a great place to work by 2030?” Guest Info: Michael C. Bush is CEO of Great Place to Work, the global resea…
 
18. Warrior Toughness, Preparation and Purpose: Acts of Service "When morale seems to dip in organizations and you start to face that doubt, when you start to feel disillusionment set in, a lot of the times, it’s because you start to lose that sense of purpose.” Guest Info: Stephen Drum is a combat-tested retired Navy SEAL Master Chief who has 27 y…
 
17. Build Intentionality Muscle: Strengthen with Curiosity “I am trying to get to that table but I am also imagining all the chairs I am going to bring up, I am imagining all the seats I am going to save…I’m not just doing it for me.” Guest Info: Tiffany Tavarez serves as Senior Vice President and Business Solutions Leader for Wells Fargo Advisors.…
 
16. Judgment-Free Social Courage “We are social creatures. We are meant to care about each other, we are meant to love each other, we are meant to help each other…..you can get so much further together.” Guest Info: Tammy Barlette is a retired Lieutenant Colonel and fighter pilot. She has flown multiple aircraft, to include the T-37 Tweet, T-38 Tal…
 
15. Wide Angle Lens: Images of Empathy, Education and Encouragement “….. create a culture of people who are more engaged, who are deeply committed to help you accomplish the goals of your business, of your organization and in the end that culture of generosity says here we are delivering on the promise to the customers, the promise to the company a…
 
14. Semper Fi Leadership: Faithfulness and Loyalty “Once you understand the essence of leadership is service, Semper Fi/Always Faithful means you’re always looking to be of value to others.” Guest Info: As the founding partner of Lead Star, a leadership development consulting firm, Courtney works closely with all levels of leaders — from CEO’s to f…
 
13. Habitual Excellence: Wisdom for the Ages "If you give people opportunity to shine, they more often than not, will in fact shine and probably brighter than you ever thought that they would." Guest Info: Cathy Avgiris is a long-time advocate for advancing women and people of color and has over 35 years of experience being "the only woman in the r…
 
12. Top Gun Leadership Part 2: Short-Term Gain vs. Long-Term Success “...the key to solving the leadership crisis is connecting to our purpose by understanding who we are.” Guest Info: John has been married for 30 years to his best friend and has three boys, daughter in law and a grandson. John started out his career as a Navy fighter pilot. He has…
 
11. Top Gun Leadership Part 1: Connecting to our Purpose “If my success is built on helping those around me succeed…what I have found is that we just blow it out.” Guest Info: John has been married for 30 years to his best friend and has three boys, daughter in law and a grandson. John started out his career as a Navy fighter pilot. He has had a 30…
 
10. Who Do Your Products and Services Reflect? The Business Imperative of Inclusion “If we are not building out inclusive teams…we are not going to get to a place of creating diverse products and services for our clients and that’s going to hurt the bottom line of an organization.” Guest Info: Maureen Greene James leads the FTI Consulting's efforts…
 
09. One Big Thing: Safety is Performance Relevant “As leaders, people are watching all the time…. if you are not genuinely committed to doing the right thing in terms of how you build a culture where everyone feels respected and included, that has a downstream effect that could be detrimental to the culture and the company.” Guest Info: Shane Portf…
 
08. Accounting for Generosity: Balance Sheet of Giving “Giving strategy keeps us from overextending ourselves. We can’t give or pour into anyone else’s life if our cup is empty.” Guest Info: Temeka Easter Rice leads social media and brand engagement at a national bank. She's a national conference speaker on influencer marketing and employee advocac…
 
07. A Factory of Lifelong Givers: Quality = Dignity “One of the best things about the Cradles to Crayons model is the fact that it brings communities together to enhance the impact and build a collective generosity…” Guest Info: Michal Smith is the Executive Director of Cradles to Crayons Philadelphia, an organization that provides children living …
 
06. Opportunities for the Future NOW: a Pipeline to Diversity “When your work is being acknowledged, when you are given feedback, not just positive but constructive feedback…that is a form of generosity.” Guest Info: Margaret “Peggy” Kim is a Peabody and multi-award-winning executive producer, entrepreneur, and educator. Peggy is the Founder and Pr…
 
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