Today's special guest is Kathleen Kelly Janus, an award-winning social entrepreneur, author and lecturer at Stanford University, and an expert on philanthropy, Millennial engagement, and scaling early stage organizations. For the past five years, Janus has traveled the country visiting the founders, leadership teams, and funders of 100 social entrepreneurs, both newcomers and veterans in the field, including the leaders of Teach for America, City Year, DonorsChoose and charity:water.
In today's podcast, Janus shares a few of her findings, including best practices to:
- Boost the survival rate of your nonprofit
- Test Ideas
- Fund Experimentation
- Measure Impact
- Tell stories with purpose
Her new book, Social Startup Success: How the Best Nonprofits Launch, Scale Up and Make a Difference, is a playbook for nonprofit organizations to get over the revenue hump. To learn more or get your copy, visit http://www.kathleenjanus.com