Average rating:

5
out of 8 ratings.

Thank you - impacting teaching

by BethiesBakery on Feb 05, 2018
Rating: ★★★★★

This podcast has been very good for me as I have listened in the last year. I am a college professor and appreciate the relevancy and the expert insights here as I help students explore the nonprofit sector.

Strive loves these podcasts!

by Strive: How You Lead Matters on Aug 17, 2017
Rating: ★★★★★

I am the Marketing Manager for a non-profit called Strive: How You Lead Matters. At Strive, we are dedicated to spreading the power of character-driven leadership. I listen to these podcasts religiously as it provides great insight on various topics for the non-profit community. I highly recommend taking a moment to listen if you are involved in a non-profit in any way, shape or form!

Passionate and engaging podcast that highlights the amazing work of nonprofit leaders

by Caity Varian on Jul 11, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

Rob asks insightful questions of his guests and sparks meaningful conversations that we can all learn from!

Informative & Upbeat

by SkiTown35 on May 13, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

Each podcast is interesting in its own unique way. I love hearing the insight from different nonprofit leaders who are doing great work in our community. Awesome.

Great series

by CFinPC on May 04, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

This is a useful and lively series of discussions for non profit professionals.

Excellent Showcase of Nonprofit Leadership

by Ruby2245 on May 03, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

Mr. Harter is an excellent interviewer who really gets to the root of issues facing today's nonprofits. Based in Utah, the leaders showcased are working each day to improve their communities and serve the missions of their organizations. This podcast is for nonprofit professionals really hoping to learn about trends and solutions.

Good insights from leaders who are doing great things

by bouldermac on Apr 27, 2016
Rating: ★★★★★

This is practical, insightful and inspiring. It’s nice to hear from leaders of non-profits who are in the “trenches” and making a difference in their respective communities.