Storytelling That Inspires Donors to Give: What works and what doesn’t

This FREE video courtesy of Concord Leadership Group

1 lesson / 1 hour / Free

Could your nonprofit use more inspired donors? This webinar shows you how!
In this webinar based on Marc A. Pitman’s “Who’s Telling Your Story?” book, Marc shares why storytelling anchors in donors brains. He shares what stories your nonprofit needs to collect. And he gives you a strategy for scripting donors and board members with your story.

Lead Wherever You Are: Overcoming demands using Quadrant 3 Leadership

This FREE video courtesy of Concord Leadership Group

1 lesson / 42 minutes / Free

What if lacking confidence didn’t mean you were a “broken” leader? What if it meant you’re on the verge of greatness?

In this keynote delivered to the AFP SC, Piedmont Chapter in January, Marc A. Pitman shares 9 areas leaders can focus on to grow in confidence – and in effectiveness. Appropriate for leaders regardless of title – CEO, executive director, senior staff, department leader. Even leaders with no title at all. And although this was shared before a room full of nonprofit leaders, the principles work for leaders in the for-profit and government sectors too.

Quick tip for nonprofit board member fundraising

This FREE video courtesy of Concord Leadership Group

1 lesson / 4 minutes / Free

As a nonprofit board member, you want to do the right thing. But asking your friends for money is scary. What if you say the wrong thing? What if you forget the magic phrase?
In this quick tip, Marc A. Pitman lays those worries to rest, freeing you up to be an incredible ambassador for your nonprofit.

Using Leadership Skills to Find New Donors

This FREE video courtesy of Concord Leadership Group

1 lesson / 53 minutes / Free

Your board can be your nonprofit’s secret weapon. But too often, we’re awful at communicating with them.
In this talk from the 2017 Nonprofit Storytelling Conference, leadership expert Marc A. Pitman shares how strategic plans and personality can help you get board members talking about your nonprofit.