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Farra Trompeter, co-director, talks with Esteban Kelly, executive director at the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives, to discuss how cooperatives work and aspects of worker democracy.
Farra Trompeter, co-director, and Lori Kranczer, founder and CEO of Everyday Planned Giving, talk about legacy giving and provide tips on how to proactively market this way of giving to your donors.
Farra Trompeter talks with NTEN CEO, Amy Sample Ward, about succession planning and how creating continuity plans for everyone can support a people-centered culture that centers team.
Learn the value of starting with why, self-care, and the art of delaying when managing comms with Big Duck’s Hannah Thomas and Fatima Jones, senior director of marketing & comms at the Apollo Theater.
Find out the importance for government agencies to be focused on branding and communications work.
Learn more about what a good name can do for organizations–and how to navigate the process of changing it in the episode of the Smart Communications Podcast.
Get tips on how to use Tiny Habit to change behaviors or create new ones.
Co-director Liz Ricca joins Conscious Leadership Coach, Kelly Campbell to chat about what a worker-owned cooperative is, why this business model has been an underconsidered option for agencies & more.