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In “nonprofit” 501c3 organizations the 80/20 rule applies. 80% of all funding goes to 20% of the sector. This happens because much of conventional wisdom in our industry is false. In this podcast, you will find the truths, And those truths will set you free to success. Zoot Velasco is an employee of OCEAA and California State University Fullerton. The views expressed on this podcast are his alone and do not represent the views of OCEAA or California State University Fullerton.
 
OT Kung Fu: Organizational Transformation Kung Fu – Learning for agile leaders. A discussion about Business Tools and Practice from seasoned executive coaches for business leaders, senior managers. For a company’s, leaders and managers to thrive they must become masters of transformation and agile learners; they must commit the energy and time to be better. This podcast, discusses the current critical skills and practices for organizational leaders and managers to become more effective in th ...
 
P.O.V. is your premier podcast for in-depth interviews with urban planning, development and organizational management leaders across the Northeast Find us on: Spotify https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzI1MDUyNS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk”>Google Podcasts https://castbox.fm/channel/id2137913”>Castbox https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtOUqMTy3cShD7AmqnHvCYQ?view_as=subscriber”>YouTube
 
Leadership and Professional Development: Join organizational psychologist, Meisha Rouser, to learn how to overcome obstacles that keep you from success. By listening you will become a more effective leader, manager, team member, and colleague. Become an expert in communication, change management, conflict resolution, employee engagement, emotional intelligence, productivity, and stress management. Learn leadership development tools that will positively enhance your professional life, persona ...
 
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In this episode, I am joined by Glenda Eoyang, who along with her coauthor (Royce Holladay), wrote the book, Adaptive Action: Leveraging uncertainty in your organization. Glenda is the founding director of the Human Systems Dynamics Institute. We discuss her book and her approach to organizational uncertainty. You can connect with Glenda at the HSD…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Glenda Eoyang, who along with her coauthor (Royce Holladay), wrote the book, Adaptive Action: Leveraging uncertainty in your organization. Glenda is the founding director of the Human Systems Dynamics Institute. We discuss her book and her approach to organizational uncertainty. You can connect with Glenda at the HSD…
 
Episode 105: In the past two years, Orange County has been quietly building an infrastructure around social enterprise. From The UCI and the Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton; to funding through the OC Community Foundation’s Social Innovation Fund, RevHub, and Octane OC; to backbone organizations providing fiscal sponsorship like C…
 
Episode 104: In the past two years, Orange County has been quietly building an infrastructure around social enterprise. From The UCI and the Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton; to funding through the OC Community Foundation’s Social Innovation Fund, RevHub, and Octane OC; to backbone organizations providing fiscal sponsorship like C…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Deborah Westphal, author of the book: Convergence: Technology, Business, and the Human-Centric Future. Deborah has been helping major companies craft their approach to a human-centered future for 30 years. She is a passionate humanist, operating in a technology-connected world. You can connect with Deborah at her web…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Deborah Westphal, author of the book: Convergence: Technology, Business, and the Human-Centric Future. Deborah has been helping major companies craft their approach to a human-centered future for 30 years. She is a passionate humanist, operating in a technology-connected world. You can connect with Deborah at her web…
 
Episode 103: Plan Like The Martians Do! If it's good enough to land rovers on Mars, it's good enough for us! Story Planning: Explore the space between “what is” and “what could be” using storytelling methods to think differently when communicating new ideas with Paul Propster, CSUF alumnus and Story Architect for NASA/JPL’s Office of Formulation. J…
 
Jodi Balma, Political Science Professor at Fullerton College, has been recently named an Orange County Teacher of the Year. Jodi hosts the Slice of Orange Podcast on all things politics in North Orange County, California. In this episode, she talked with our host, Zoot Velasco about the Gianneschi Center.…
 
Episode 101: In this podcast's five seasons, we have interviewed many great leaders on Leadership. Today we will distill down the universal truths of great leadership from our speakers and our training on the subject. Zoot Velasco teaches leadership at Cal Poly Pomona, OneOC, and Cal State Fullerton Gianneschi Fellowship. He is the product of four …
 
Sandi and Jen discuss the opportunities and issues of coming back to work after the pandemic. They talk about the opportunity to remake and restart the workplace culture, that we are never going back to the same workplace, that work and home have collided, that short an long term decisions need to happen as a manager and how are you standing in the…
 
Episode 100: Leading Social Enterprise with “Homeboy” Fr. Greg Boyle (Rebroadcast) Fr. Greg Boyle is the founder of Homeboy Industries, an international model for social enterprise; a Jesuit pastor at the Dolores Mission, and author of Creating A Culture of Tenderness, Tattoos on The Heart, and Barking to The Choir. This was his keynote speech reco…
 
In this episode, I talk with Storm Cunningham, author of the book, Reconomics: The path to resilient prosperity. Storm is the Executive Director of the RECONOMICS Institute in Washington, D.C. (The Society of Revitalization & Resilience Professionals) and editor of REVITALIZATION (The Journal of Economic & Environmental Resilience). He has authored…
 
In this episode, I talk with Storm Cunningham, author of the book, Reconomics: The path to resilient prosperity. Storm is the Executive Director of the RECONOMICS Institute in Washington, D.C. (The Society of Revitalization & Resilience Professionals) and editor of REVITALIZATION (The Journal of Economic & Environmental Resilience). He has authored…
 
This podcast episode on Design Thinking is a recap of the discussion that I had with a Design Thinking practitioner, Randah Tahir. Randah is a cultural designer, innovation facilitator, a TEDx, and a Keynote speaker. She is quite active not only in the Design Thinking space but is an active practitioner of a number of other problem-solving approach…
 
Episode 97: Ken Wilcox discussed his new book Leading Through Culture at a G3X Zoom Conversation in December, which we recorded for this podcast. He talked about his experiences leading a key Silicon Valley bank financing innovation in the tech industry. Marrying finance with innovation has many implications for our sector. Mr. Wilcox currently ser…
 
Episode 97: Ken Wilcox discussed his new book Leading Through Culture at a G3X Zoom Conversation in December, which we recorded for this podcast. He talked about his experiences leading a key Silicon Valley bank financing innovation in the tech industry. Marrying finance with innovation has many implications for our sector. Mr. Wilcox currently ser…
 
Episode 97: Ken Wilcox discussed his new book Leading Through Culture at a G3X Zoom Conversation in December, which we recorded for this podcast. He talked about his experiences leading a key Silicon Valley bank financing innovation in the tech industry. Marrying finance with innovation has many implications for our sector. Mr. Wilcox currently ser…
 
Episode 96: The list of 29 Recession Stars includes the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Central Orange Coast Foundation, an endowment for the clubs. Robert Santana is the CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs while also running their foundation. The Clubs themselves did well during the recession but were already too large in 2008 to be part of my study of Recess…
 
Episode 95: Dr. Ryan Cargando of Creative Solutions in Riverside, CA started his foster care agency with $400,000 of his own money to create better-quality services for the families with whom he worked as a social worker. By the beginning of the recession in 2008, he had already grown to $1.5 million with contracts in several counties, but his qual…
 
Episode 94: If there is a model for how a small grassroots organization serving a community grows into a force that accomplishes its goals, it is Solidarity. Solidarity is one of the 29 Recession Star organizations that grew from small to large with surprising success against the backdrop of the Great Recession. The organization started at $156, 00…
 
Episode 93: Charitable Ventures, led by Anne Olin, went from a newly-minted organization in 2008 with a budget of just $193,000 at the beginning of the recession to $1.2 million in 2012 at the end of the recession. That's a 624% increase during the great recession when organizations all over the country were shrinking. Then, they jumped to $7.5 mil…
 
Episode 92: A rebroadcast of the podcast version of our G3X Conversation, Financing with The Stars, and the third of our seven-part series on the subject. This is a continuation of last week's G3X Conversation. Victoria Torres of the Samueli Foundation interviews Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center on his new research project that studied organiz…
 
Episode 91: A rebroadcast of the podcast version of our G3X Conversation, Financing with The Stars, and the second of our seven-part series on the subject. Victoria Torres of the Samueli Foundation interviews Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center on his new research project that studied organizations that grew by double or more during the last rece…
 
Today I talk with Sam Yankelevitch, author of the book, Walking the Invisible GEMBA: Discover the hidden link between communication and quality. ‘Gemba’ is a Japanese word for the real place where the action happens — or the place where the crime is committed. Sam is an expert in finding and removing sources of waste … Continue reading 119 – The in…
 
Today I talk with Sam Yankelevitch, author of the book, Walking the Invisible GEMBA: Discover the hidden link between communication and quality. ‘Gemba’ is a Japanese word for the real place where the action happens — or the place where the crime is committed. Sam is an expert in finding and removing sources of waste … Continue reading 119 – The in…
 
Episode 90: Today we start a seven-part series on the Recession Stars. These are 29 organizations out of 6450 that grew from small to large during the last recession. We learn what they did that made them special, what we can learn from it, and interview some of them. Today: The Seven Steps to Success. We discuss the process that these champions ha…
 
Sandi and Jen speak with expert Renee Bazile-Jones about Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the workplace. They describe what DE&I is, how is it being done, what is currently right and what is wrong. They discuss leadership and DE&I and unconscious bias. Renee discusses data for good DE&I. She also relays an example about good DE&I practices. They a…
 
Episode 89 (Rebroadcast): We continue our Top 10 Most Downloaded Episodes. What is innovation that transforms organizations? Peter Drucker defined innovation as "change that creates a new dimension of performance." But how does one do that? It is not what most people think it is. It is not some creative new thought and some wild idea that just happ…
 
Episode 88: Part 3/3 of our series on Social Media Marketing: Ben Whitehair is a champion for social change through art and business. He is a working actor in Los Angeles, Chief Information Officer of TSMA Consulting—entertainment’s leading social media management and growth firm—and co-founder of the premier business academy and coaching community…
 
Episode 87: Part 2/3 of our series on Social Media Marketing: Ben Whitehair is a champion for social change through art and business. He is a working actor in Los Angeles, Chief Information Officer of TSMA Consulting—entertainment’s leading social media management and growth firm—and co-founder of the premier business academy and coaching community…
 
Anthropologists tell us that anatomically modern humans (i.e., Homo Sapiens) emerged about 300 thousand years ago during the Pleistocene era on the African savannas. For over 95% of their history (until the present day), modern humans have been exclusively hunter/gathers, that is, they explored the bounty of nature in small bands, adapting their be…
 
Anthropologists tell us that anatomically modern humans (i.e., Homo Sapiens) emerged about 300 thousand years ago during the Pleistocene era on the African savannas. For over 95% of their history (until the present day), modern humans have been exclusively hunter/gathers, that is, they explored the bounty of nature in small bands, adapting their be…
 
86: In this rebroadcast of one of the top 10 episodes of all time on our feed, we introduce you to the Queen of All Social Media, who spoke at our G3X Conference last August 2019. Stephanie L. Smith is the digital and social media lead at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she oversees the social media team and tweets on behalf of the Curiosit…
 
A Rebroadcast of one of our Top 10 Episodes of all time: Today we are broadcasting our G3X Zoom workshop on AB5 hosted on April 14, 2020, by Zoot Velasco of the Gianneschi Center, Sarah Efthymiou of the Public Law Center of Orange County, and Todd Hanson of the Orange County Community Foundation. Our presenter is Michael Olsen, the attorney special…
 
Part 2 of our rebroadcast of one of our top 10 most popular podcasts of all time. There is a lot of information, and frankly mythology, out there about grantwriting. This week we start a two-part special on grantwriting with everything you need to know about how to do it effectively, and what people are saying about your grant after it gets submitt…
 
In this episode, I offer three stories that illustrate the power of storytelling. Stories can be used to knit threads together, shape how we see things, and derive power from the outcomes that they describe. If you are going to change the world, it helps to first illustrate how to change a small part of … Continue reading 117- The power in storytel…
 
In this episode, I offer three stories that illustrate the power of storytelling. Stories can be used to knit threads together, shape how we see things, and derive power from the outcomes that they describe. If you are going to change the world, it helps to first illustrate how to change a small part of … Continue reading 117- The power in storytel…
 
Rebroadcast of one of our top 10 most popular podcasts of all time. There is a lot of information, and frankly mythology, out there about grantwriting. This week we start a two-part special on grantwriting with everything you need to know about how to do it effectively, and what people are saying about your grant after it gets submitted. We work wi…
 
In this rebroadcast of our most popular episode of the first three seasons (And still in the top-ten of all time,) Zoot Velasco talks with Todd Hanson, Vice President of the Center for Engaged Philanthropy at the Orange County Community Foundation, recognized as a “center of gravity” for philanthropy in Orange County. OCCF has now awarded hundreds …
 
Episode 80: A rebroadcast on the truths of Advocacy which originally aired in Season 2. Many in the Social Sector believe the myth that 501(c)(3) organizations are not allowed to advocate for themselves or their causes. Zoot discusses the myths and the reality of advocacy in the Social Sector with David L. Thompson, Vice President of Public Policy …
 
A rebroadcast of our live webinar (5-28-20) on creating post-CoVID interim plans (making lemonade from our lemons). This webinar was co-presented with OneOC and Sponsored by the Orange County Community Foundation and the Gianneschi Center for Nonprofits at Cal State University Fullerton College of Business. To see the OneOC component or this full p…
 
Today we are at Episode 116 and I am calling it “The management technology your organization needs” [as a footnote, much of today’s content was originally released in May 2017 as Episode 65]. At the end of today’s episode, I will reflect on the fact that this is the 5th anniversary of the start of … Continue reading 116 – The management technology …
 
Today we are at Episode 116 and I am calling it “The management technology your organization needs” [as a footnote, much of today’s content was originally released in May 2017 as Episode 65]. At the end of today’s episode, I will reflect on the fact that this is the 5th anniversary of the start of … Continue reading 116 – The management technology …
 
A panel discussion with industry leaders in Orange County including Todd Hanson, VP of the Orange County Community Foundation; Rick Stein CEO of ArtsOC; Amanda Green, Organizational Development Services Director for OneOC; Claudia Keller, Chief Mission Officer for Second Harvest Food Bank of OC; and Victoria Torres, Director of Community Impact, An…
 
Jen and Sandi discuss what is human centered leadership and what does the workplace look like when we reopen. We have so much data for decisions have we lost a human view on the workplace and workplace/business decisions? They also discuss the science of values - and what does human centered leading look like. For Sandi's website, Click Here For Je…
 
Mike Daniel and his team from the Orange County/Inland Empire Small Business Development Center at California State University Fullerton gives a workshop in applying for new COVID Relief loans and grants. https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options https://www.californiasbdc.org/covid-19-relief-grant https://www.sba.gov/fu…
 
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