Five Good Ideas Podcast
The Five Good Ideas podcast rebroadcasts some of the best sessions of Maytree’s popular lunch-and-learn program.
For each session of Five Good Ideas, an expert from the non-profit or corporate sector shares five practical ideas on a key management issue facing non-profit organizations today.
You find sessions from the past season at https://maytree.com/five-good-ideas/.
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In this session, originally recorded on January 22, 2019, we look at how to run effective meetings with Dr. Rebecca Sutherns. For the full transcript, visit https://maytree.com/five-good-ideas/five-good-ideas-about-running-effective-meetings/ Life’s too short for boring, unproductive meetings. Yet that’s precisely where many of us spend too much of our time. We know ...
In this session, originally recorded on November 27, 2018, we look at how to address diversity in grassroots non-profit organizations with Maya Roy. For the full transcript, visit https://maytree.com/five-good-ideas/five-good-ideas-about-taking-networking-to-the-next-level/ In this Five Good Ideas session, Maya Roy drew on her own frontline experience to talk about the benefits of addressing diversity in ...
In this session, originally recorded on October 25, 2018, we look at taking networking to the next level with our speaker Emily Mills. For the full transcript, visit https://maytree.com/five-good-ideas/five-good-ideas-about-taking-networking-to-the-next-level/ It’s not just about who you know – but about the meaningful ways you can exchange value with others. That’s the key ...
In this session, originally recorded on September 18, 2018, we look at the power of local solutions for stronger communities with Karen Pitre. For the full transcript, visit https://maytree.com/five-good-ideas/five-good-ideas-about-the-power-of-local-solutions-for-stronger-communities/. The most successful solutions for building stronger communities have local support and are driven by local champions. Nonprofits, school boards, libraries, municipalities, community ...
In this session, originally recorded on April 30, 2018, two commissioners of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, Karen Drake who is a citizen of the Métis Nation of Ontario, and Maurice Switzer who is a citizen of the Mississaugas of Alderville First Nation, joined Chief Commissioner Renu Mandhane to discuss ...