NonprofitInformation.com invited Brian Sooy to contribute “The Marketing Matrix: Six Elements of a Nonprofit Marketing Plan,” and join its roster of leading industry experts.
In his latest article on Careers in Government, Brian Sooy asks "Do you want to positively brand your city or town, and influence the business-friendly perception of your municipality or region?"
Congratulations to the contributors and collaborators to the book, Trust Inc., 52 Weeks of Activities and Inspirations for Building Workplace Trust, from Trust Across America.
Crain's Cleveland Business features entrepreneur Brian Sooy and his story of his established design and marketing firm aiming for national reach.
Entrepreneur.com welcomes Brian Sooy as a guest contributor with "Master These 4 Dimensions of Communication to Shape Your Company Culture."
For the entrepreneur, the art of communication is a key to inform, inspire and engage investors, employees and customers. Communication is where change begins. Culture is where movements are born.
In this article on Careers in Goverment, Brian Sooy asks "As you lead your team or guide your department, do you ever ask yourself “Is it worth it?” Are we making a difference in the lives of the people that we serve?"
On Leadership Insight Radio, Brian Sooy, Author of Raise Your Voice: A Cause Manifesto discusses how mission-driven organizations need to connect their purpose with an audience.
If alumni are important enough to ask for money from, are they important enough to your college to know how they feel? It’s important to understand what is meaningful to your alumni. 360 Alumni hosts a guest article form Brian Sooy.
Brian Sooy's conversations with leaders of mission-driven organizations often touch upon four dimensions of communications that have the potential for strengthening the culture of the organization that the leader represents: Being strategic, inspirational, relational, and aspirational. Read Four Dimensions of Communications and Culture.
Lead Change Group, a non-profit leadership development community promoting character-based leadership, publishes 10 Tips for Writing on LinkedIn.
We're grateful for the mention by Venture Philanthropy Partners in the Leap of Reason April 2014 article, Please Steal These Clips.
Brian and Aespire are HUGE fans of Leap of Reason — so much that we share Leap at our seminars. Click here to get your free copy of Leap of Reason.
In this guest blog on Big River, Brian Sooy reveals why your supporter's trust is more valuable than the money they donate.
Big River partners with nonprofit organizations to engage donors through cloud-based tools that are easy to manage, affordable, and compatible with existing donor management products.
SAP Blog on Innovation and Workplace Culture features "Four Signs of a Healthy Culture."
Perhaps it’s because I’m thinking of business and leadership more intentionally, that I am beginning to draw parallels between tending the yard and tending to the culture of my business.