Episode 60: Ann Merkel of The National Bank of Indianapolis

“We want to make sure our nonprofit clients can put the majority of their resources into delivering on their mission." In 1993, Ann Merkel and a group of her colleagues noticed that many of Indianapolis’ banks were being acquired by large holding companies that moved their headquarters out of state. Agreeing that their community deserved … Continue reading Episode 60: Ann Merkel of The National Bank of Indianapolis

What Will Your Legacy Be?

Guest Blog - Bruce Kidd of Concerts for a Cause It seems to me that much of life is made up of two items –  one of them we can control and the other one we can not.   Every person can control the choices they make, both personally and professionally, which ultimately define who we … Continue reading What Will Your Legacy Be?

Episode 57: Bruce Kidd of Concerts for a Cause

“It seems to me that the most important measure of the quality of ones' life is measured in how many lives you touch." According to Bruce Kidd, he’s always been a music lover. So much so, that every day he’s standing upright there’s a tune playing in the background - whether it be in his … Continue reading Episode 57: Bruce Kidd of Concerts for a Cause

Transparent Communication that Addresses Problems will Enhance Profits

Guest Blog - Jackie Herskovitz Russell of Teak Media + Communication The world of corporate social responsibility is changing. In a marked shift from the past, businesses can no longer just focus on making a profit, they are also expected to support and advance social and environmental causes. Progress is good, especially for people and … Continue reading Transparent Communication that Addresses Problems will Enhance Profits