35 episodes

This is planet leadership, the podcast that enables leaders of associations and nonprofits to grow their organization and achieve their missions. In the episodes of this podcast, practitioners from associations and nonprofits will be interviewed about leading through change.

Personify has access to just some amazing leaders with some amazing stories. We work closely with associations and nonprofits and the unique challenges they face as organizations. The podcast is called Planet Leadership because we are going to talk to people that are literally trying to change the planet.

When you look at associations and how they are advocating for their members, they face many challenges, some being budget, people, resources, public scrutiny, and public accountability. Why do some of them do it better than others? That's what this podcast will talk about. How do you build a great culture? How do you build a great team to scale an organization to potentially change the world?

How do leaders transition from other industries to associations and nonprofits? Go to www.personifycorp.com to learn more about how you can grow your association or nonprofit. Please subscribe, rate and review planet leadership, wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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    • Non-Profit
    • 5.0, 28 Ratings

This is planet leadership, the podcast that enables leaders of associations and nonprofits to grow their organization and achieve their missions. In the episodes of this podcast, practitioners from associations and nonprofits will be interviewed about leading through change.

Personify has access to just some amazing leaders with some amazing stories. We work closely with associations and nonprofits and the unique challenges they face as organizations. The podcast is called Planet Leadership because we are going to talk to people that are literally trying to change the planet.

When you look at associations and how they are advocating for their members, they face many challenges, some being budget, people, resources, public scrutiny, and public accountability. Why do some of them do it better than others? That's what this podcast will talk about. How do you build a great culture? How do you build a great team to scale an organization to potentially change the world?

How do leaders transition from other industries to associations and nonprofits? Go to www.personifycorp.com to learn more about how you can grow your association or nonprofit. Please subscribe, rate and review planet leadership, wherever you listen to your podcasts.

    Virtual Events and Long-Term Strategy with Ryan Brown

    Virtual Events and Long-Term Strategy with Ryan Brown

    Ryan Brown joined NTP in March 2013 and serves as the VP of Sales. In this capacity, he oversees the strategic direction and execution of sales campaigns and the development of new sources of lead generation for his portfolio of industry-leading trade shows.

    • 34 min
    Strategy for Small Nonprofits, with Sarah Olivieri

    Strategy for Small Nonprofits, with Sarah Olivieri

    Sarah Olivieri is a nonprofit business strategist, #1 International Best Selling Author, and former Executive Director. She has been featured on over 30 podcasts and is the creator of the Impact Method™ – a framework that helps nonprofits simplify their operations, build aligned teams, and make a bigger impact without getting overwhelmed or burning out.

    • 32 min
    Events in the Age of Social Distancing, with Mark Bogdansky

    Events in the Age of Social Distancing, with Mark Bogdansky

    Mark Bogdansky is the Vice President of Meetings and Events for the Auto Care Association. Bogdansky oversees all trade shows for the Auto Care Association, its segments, committees, and managed associations, including the AAPEX and HDAW shows. His responsibilities include strategic planning, trade show management, partner and vendor relationships, contract negotiation, and on-site logistics.

    • 44 min
    From Grassroots Alliance to International NGO, with Victoria Watson

    From Grassroots Alliance to International NGO, with Victoria Watson

    Born and raised in Canada, Victoria Watson is a health policy specialist driven to close equity gaps in sexual and reproductive health and rights. Before joining the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning, Victoria worked in Washington, D.C. at the Center for Health and Gender Equity as an SRHR research analyst exploring the impact of foreign policy and legislation on reproductive justice, health, and human rights fulfillment.

    • 24 min
    Learning About the American Society of Landscape Architects, with Michael O’Brien

    Learning About the American Society of Landscape Architects, with Michael O’Brien

    Michael O’Brien became the publisher of LAM in December 2014. A native of Niagara Falls, New York, he joined ASLA in 2009 as its chief financial officer and continues in that role as well. Michael is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Geneseo with a B.S. in Accounting. He also obtained the Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) certification and the Certified Global Management Accountant (CGMA) certification from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

    • 34 min
    Episode 29: Tech Tools for Nonprofit Organizations, with Amy Neumann

    Episode 29: Tech Tools for Nonprofit Organizations, with Amy Neumann

    Amy Neumann is a keynote speaker who enjoys traveling internationally – and in the United States – to inspire and influence World Changers to leverage technology to do more of their mission work faster and easier, while also being more inclusive. #changetheworld

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

richviii ,

Great speakers and timely content.

A nice mix of speakers and content relevant to today’s topics facing associations and events. I especially enjoyed the Behind the Event Series. Looking forward to more behind the scenes conversations with your clients.

zmookey ,

Listen to this show!

Great content

4_8_15_16_23_42_ ,

Enjoyable!

Listened to this on the way to the office. Each episode’s guest adds a great perspective to the show. Eric, when are you going to have Tim Tebow on?!

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