Randy Gorod is the President and CEO of Pisgah Consulting, a consultancy that works with small and medium not-for-profits to maximize impact by better understanding and implementing a comprehensive development planning process.

Randy has been in development for over 25 years and has worked for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Emory University, and the Jewish Agency for Israel. He started Pisgah Consulting over six years ago with a focus on positive change and institutional enhancement.   

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Randy Gorod talks about the meaning and value of moves management 
  • How moves management helps you build your programs 
  • Is moves management manipulative? 
  • Handling moves management for multiple donors 
  • How moves management helps philanthropic employees 
  • Randy talks about how to institute a management program
  • How moves management enables you to stay donor-centric 
  • The software tools Randy recommends to track moves management 

In this episode…

Building relationships with donors is a significant part of the philanthropic process. However, philanthropy professionals often struggle to show the intention, process, and key performance indicators for their work. They also inadvertently make donor relationships about themselves rather than with the organizations they represent so that the not-for-profit retains that relationship when they leave. 

If your not-for-profit is dealing with any of those issues, and development professionals are having a hard time facilitating greater involvement, giving and support from donors, Randy Gorod says moves management may be the missing link. 

Find out more about moves management and why it still matters in philanthropy in this episode of the Philanthropy212 Podcast with Penny Cowden. Tune in as Penny sits down with Randy Gorod of Pisgah Consulting to talk about moves management, how it helps build your programs, and remaining donor-centric.

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This episode is brought to you by Philanthropy212,  a fundraising consulting company focused on helping not-for-profit organizations build sustainable practices and programs that raise more than just money. 

Philanthropy212’s founder, Penny Cowden, has 25 years of experience in the industry and has helped raise more than $100 million for non-profits such as PeaceHealth, Sisters of Charity, Inova Health System, Banner Health System, and Sun Health.