How do you achieve real, focused results that maximize lasting effects on the populations you serve?
Successful businessman and nonprofit CEO Steve Rothschild combines his corporate savvy with nonprofit success to give you seven principles that can help you make a long-term, measurable difference.
He encourages you to create real economic value in your nonprofit that will help you fundraise, gain support and influence your constituents. Don't miss this rare opportunity to ask questions and find out more.
Join CausePlanet founder and publisher Denise McMahan for this essential conversation with author Steve Rothschild, whose combined experience in the business and nonprofit sectors gives an invaluable perspective.
Rothschild incorporates the best ideas of social programming with proven methods in the for-profit sector to help you achieve long-term outcomes resulting in substantial social impact.
Airs May 29, 11AM Central
In this author interview, we'll touch on the highlights from Rothschild's book, The NON Nonprofit: For-Profit Thinking for Nonprofit Success
- Benefit from the author's unique perspective and his revelation of consistent principles he has implemented as an accomplished business leader and as a CEO of a thriving nonprofit.
- Explore the author's seven key principles for success through examples from his organization and many other nonprofits.
- Identify ways to prove and boost your impact and long-term outcomes.
- Ascertain why the author's missteps and achievements have led him to identify universal principles applicable to both corporate and nonprofit leadership.
This live author interview and the Page-to-Practice executive book summary database are provided to LANO members through a generous grant from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation.
Steve Rothschild is the founder and board chair of Twin Cities RISE!, an anti-poverty program for low-income adults living in generational poverty. It trains under- and unemployed adults for jobs and connects them with employers who pay a living wage. Rothschild was also its CEO for its first nine years.
In addition, he founded Invest in Outcomes, which developed the human capital performance bond, a new financial instrument to fund nonprofits.
In his previous corporate career, he launched Yoplait yogurt in the U.S., was the company's first president, and later became the executive vice p resident of General Mills.
For more information, please visit www.steverothschild.org.
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