45 episodes

Listen to Kev Khayat harvest gold nuggets of practical things you can do right now from nonprofit experts on a wide range of vital topics like marketing and fundraising, time management, programming, Board development and strategy. Recorded live on yot.me, the virtual events platform that's free to nonprofits. Join the live video podcast by registering at https://kevkhayat.com or http://yot.me

Nonprofit Problem Solver Kev Khayat

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Listen to Kev Khayat harvest gold nuggets of practical things you can do right now from nonprofit experts on a wide range of vital topics like marketing and fundraising, time management, programming, Board development and strategy. Recorded live on yot.me, the virtual events platform that's free to nonprofits. Join the live video podcast by registering at https://kevkhayat.com or http://yot.me

    What’s the secret to a successful volunteer program?

    What’s the secret to a successful volunteer program?

    When you think of volunteers for your nonprofit, what are you hoping they’ll achieve for you? Yes, of course there’s no wages to pay but just like free puppies, there’s a ton of work involved if you want any chance of success. And if you’re putting in that work, don’t you want to get the most out of it? Volunteer management guru - and yes I mean guru - Dana Litwin joins me to walk through at least half a dozen golden secrets to success with volunteer programs. It may be seven or eight, we literally lost count!
    Find out more athttps://kevkhayat.com/ ( kevkhayat.com) and discover other episodes or register for the live podcasts at https://www.yot.me/ (yot.me) or athttps://nonprofitproblemsolver.com/ ( NonprofitProblemSolver.com).
    Expertly produced by Glen Munoz at PodProAudio,https://podproaudio.com/ ( https://podproaudio.com/)

    • 48 min
    How do I give feedback to colleagues?

    How do I give feedback to colleagues?

    You’ve probably heard of the “feedback sandwich” where you put criticism in between two positive or flattering comments. Well Beth Wonson wants to rid the work world of that model because we’re now so trained to hearing it that it undermines the whole experience. She has a completely different approach to feedback - and challenging dialogue generally - rooted in a safe, honest exchange of facts in a way that empowers both the giver and the receiver. This episode is a thought provoking introduction to having better conversations that reduce the drama and emotional drain of conflict.
    Find out more athttps://kevkhayat.com/ ( kevkhayat.com) and discover other episodes or register for the live podcasts at https://www.yot.me/ (yot.me) or athttps://nonprofitproblemsolver.com/ ( NonprofitProblemSolver.com).
    Expertly produced by Glen Munoz at PodProAudio,https://podproaudio.com/ ( https://podproaudio.com/)

    • 50 min
    How can nonprofits reduce chaos?

    How can nonprofits reduce chaos?

    How much of your day is spent firefighting? How much time do you spend on things that aren’t urgent or - just as you get to the really important tasks - you get interrupted by colleagues who just want to have a quick word about something. Today’s guest, Kally Gagnon is a nonprofit coach who helps people create systems and processes that focus on the most important things. We talk about the causes of chaos, how to tell the difference between positive, constructive chaos and negative, destructive and distracting chaos and some straightforward steps you can take to better manage not just your own time but other people’s too.
    Find out more athttps://kevkhayat.com/ ( kevkhayat.com) and discover other episodes or register for the live podcasts at https://www.yot.me/ (yot.me) or athttps://nonprofitproblemsolver.com/ ( NonprofitProblemSolver.com).
    Expertly produced by Glen Munoz at PodProAudio,https://podproaudio.com/ ( https://podproaudio.com/)

    • 43 min
    Why do fundraisers leave and what will keep them?

    Why do fundraisers leave and what will keep them?

    Seems like there are always at least half a dozen jobs going for senior fundraisers or directors and the turnover rate is scary, the average time someone stays in one of those jobs is around 18 months. My guest today is Kimberley MacKenzie, one of Canada’s premier nonprofit coaches who’s done the fundraising gig herself, more than once. She explains what Exec Directors and fundraisers themselves can do to keep people in post for longer doing their best work. That’s a win for everybody. Let’s tune in.
    Find out more athttps://kevkhayat.com/ ( kevkhayat.com) and discover other episodes or register for the live podcasts at https://www.yot.me/ (yot.me) or athttps://nonprofitproblemsolver.com/ ( NonprofitProblemSolver.com).
    Expertly produced by Glen Munoz at PodProAudio,https://podproaudio.com/ ( https://podproaudio.com/)

    • 54 min
    What’s your “Wow Factor”?

    What’s your “Wow Factor”?

    You’ve got your nonprofit mission and vision, and if you follow me anywhere else you’ll know about having an impact statement. But what about your Wow Factor? Nonprofit founder and coach Katie Blomquist tells me how valuable it is to have not just a distinguishing feature for your nonprofit but one that really grabs attention. Not a gimmick, but a genuine stand-out feature that comes from the core of your mission. If you don’t have a wow factor, listen to Katie explain so you’ll know how to create one for your nonprofit.
    Find out more athttps://kevkhayat.com/ ( kevkhayat.com) and discover other episodes or register for the live podcasts at https://www.yot.me/ (yot.me) or athttps://nonprofitproblemsolver.com/ ( NonprofitProblemSolver.com).
    Expertly produced by Glen Munoz at PodProAudio,https://podproaudio.com/ ( https://podproaudio.com/)

    • 48 min
    How can digital marketing serve donors?

    How can digital marketing serve donors?

    We tend to think of marketing as a way to tell people about our nonprofit or our services or maybe an event. It’s one-way communication. Especially with digital marketing, where we’re sending emails or posting on social media. Digital strategist Chris Barlow takes a different approach, which is about using digital marketing to serve donors. I ask him what he means by serving donors, and not only does he answer, he has plenty of useful examples that you can put into practice immediately.
    Find out more athttps://kevkhayat.com/ ( kevkhayat.com) and discover other episodes or register for the live podcasts at https://www.yot.me/ (yot.me) or athttps://nonprofitproblemsolver.com/ ( NonprofitProblemSolver.com).
    Expertly produced by Glen Munoz at PodProAudio,https://podproaudio.com/ ( https://podproaudio.com/)

    • 51 min

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