You’ve got questions. I’ve got answers.
(or at least some really good ideas).
Remember back in college when you could drop in to your professor’s office hours to talk about that challenging homework question, how to strategize your career path, or just chit chat about life in general?
Well, office hours aren’t just for college. Every week I get questions from podcast listeners, blog readers, former clients, and new friends who want some quick advice from someone who has been where they are now.
And you know what? I am happy help.
If you have questions about nonprofits or podcasting, make sure you join me for Ask Dolph! Live! on Friday 1/27 at 3:45pm ET.
How it Works
(1) Send me your question ahead of time.
Share your questions with me when you sign up or email them to email@example.com by 1/20. This way I can do my best to answer as many questions as possible.
(2) Take a bio break, grab a snack, and put up your out of office message.
And settle in for an engaging and interactive conversation.
(3) And join me on Zoom on Friday 1/27 at 3:45pm ET!
We’ll send you the Zoom meeting info after you sign up.
**Can’t make it? Go ahead and share your question. We’ll record our conversation and make it available to you the week after. Please note we do prioritize the questions from folks who attend Ask Dolph! Live!**
Still Have Questions?
(1) Do I have to share my name, title, organization, or other identifying information?
Not at all! You can share whatever identifying information you feel comfortable with – and if that means nothing, then that’s a-okay with us.
(2) Do I have to be on camera?
While we always appreciate seeing the people we’re speaking with, it’s okay to keep your camera off if that’s what makes you feel comfortable.
(3) Will this be recorded?
We do record the audio (but not the video, so no need to spiffy up – no one will see you but us and this is a wear-what-you-want webinar). We email the audio recording to everyone who attends and registers. We also edit and share the audio on our podcast.
(4) Can I come to just listen?
You could. . . . . But it’s always more fun if you bring a question! And I’m pretty sure you have a question niggling somewhere in your brain.
(5) What kind of questions can I ask?
We’re open to any questions about nonprofits or podcasting. Some examples of previous questions are working with interns, managing difficult people, starting a planned giving program, engaging the Board in fundraising, and sabbaticals. You can listen to our previous Ask Dolph! Live! recordings here, here, and here.
(6) What will asking my question be like?
Like any old conversation!
Lexie organizes the question que and will let you know when it’s your turn. After you share your question, you and Dolph will have a conversation, just like two buds working through your problem over coffee and croissants at [insert your favorite local coffee shop here].
(7) I don’t like public speaking. So this just feels like too much.
That’s ok. Your question is important, regardless of whether or not you want to be the one to ask it. Just send Lexie a private message once you log into Zoom and let her know you are present but don’t feel up to asking your own question.
If you’re worried about the whole podcasting thing – you should know we send the entire recording to our podcast editor who works his magic before we air it.