#69 Tips to Support a Nonprofit in Pursuit of Best Practices with Patton McDowell, Founder, PMA ConsultingMar 21, 2022
How can donors invest in the professional development of promising nonprofit professionals, and how can the latter tap into their greater potential to be more effective in generating change?
I am excited to welcome back to the show, Patton McDowell, Founder of PMA Consulting. He is here to talk about his new book, Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic Sector, which lays out a detailed plan guiding professional talent towards a successful career in philanthropy.
Whether you are a veteran or a newcomer to the nonprofit world, this episode will provide you with the tools to become a leader who creates a greater impact for the communities they serve, so make sure to listen in!
- The three distinct leadership groups nonprofit leaders and donors need to consider.
- How donors can support nonprofits in reducing the rate of turnover and enhance the work of nonprofits collaborating with mid-career professionals.
- Patton’s seven elements of nonprofit leadership.
Links referenced in this podcast:
• Purchase Patton’s book, Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership: Seven Keys to Advancing Your Career in the Philanthropic Sector, on Amazon here.
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