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David Coman-Hidy: How External Management Make Impactful Organizations | Martin Skadal podcast #20

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Thank you David and to everyone listening and watching! - Timestamps - 00:00 - Start and Intro of David 01:42 - David’s Journey to Today 04:11 - What David Does 06:19 - On Making A Better Organization Structure 08:52 - How Delegation Can Make or Break Organizations 11:45 - Dealing with the Change of Leadership Roles 15:12 - The Process of Passing Roles to Successors 20:08 - The Difference Between Board and Advisory Board 22:40 - Managing Stakeholders 23:31 - Donors and Memberships 27:55 - On Gaining More Members 39:12 - Source Recommendations 44:20 - Pros and Cons of Effective Altruism 48:56 - David’s Favorite Bands 50:36 - Last Thoughts and Outro Links: The Engagement by Sasha Issenberg - Engines of Liberty by Davide Cole - The Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the Farmworkers Movement - Management in a Changing World - Nonprofit Lifecycles: Stage-Based Wisdom for Nonprofit Capacity - Who is David Coman-Hidy? David Coman-Hidy, former Executive Director of The Humane League. Under his leadership, The Humane League has grown into a national presence with offices spanning from coast to coast—winning campaigns against some of the largest foodservice and retail corporations in the world and reaching millions of young people each year with a message of compassion for farmed animals. David has spoken on factory farming and effective advocacy at conferences and on campuses across America. He has advised dozens of successful campaigns and his thoughts on activism have been published in Uncaged: Top Activists Share Their Wisdom on Effective Farm Animal Advocacy alongside experts Peter Singer, Bruce Friedrich, and Matt Ball. David graduated Summa Cum Laude from Emerson College’s honors program in only three years after winning the communication college’s Forensics Award and entrance into the Gold Key Honours society. As I want to run this podcast ad-free, the best way to support me is through Patreon: https://www. If you live in Norway, you can consider becoming a support member in the two organizations I run. It costs NOK 50 a year. The more members we have, the more influence we have and the more funding we get as well. Right now we have around 500 members of World Saving Hustle (WSH) and 300 members of Altruism for Youth (AY). • Become a support member of WSH: • Become a support member of AY: If you want to become a volunteer for World Saving Hustle or Altruism for Youth, send me an email and I'll forward it to our team. It might take some time before you'll get an answer as we're currently run by volunteers, but you'll get an answer eventually! Do you have any feedback, questions, suggestions for either topics/guests, let me know in the comment section. If you want to get in touch, the best way is through email: [email protected] Thanks to everyone in World Saving Hustle backing up this project and thanks to my creative partner Candace for editing this podcast! Thanks everyone and have an amazing day as always!! • instagram • linkedin . . . • facebook • twitter • Norwegian YT • Patreon https://www.patreon . com/martinskadal

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