Ein Einblick in die Stiftungswelt ÖsterreichGemeinnützige Stiftungen haben in Österreich keine lange Tradition. Auch im Ländervergleich mit Deutschland und der Schweiz spielen gemeinnützige Stiftungen in Österreich eine eher untergeordnete Rolle.
Michael Kaiser und die Philanthropie in Österreich
neues stiften philanthropie verbindet
Michael Kaiser ist bei der TU Wien für das Fundraising verantwortlich.Kaum jemand kennt so gut die Philanthropische Szene in Österreich wie Michael Kaiser von der TU Wien. Der Wiener berichtet über seine Erfahrungen mit der Philanthropie und welche Herausforderungen er im Bereich der Großspenden sieht.
Hailing from Los Angeles by way of south Florida, Michael Kaiser is a singer-songwriter known for his somber and soulful musical delivery. Taking influence from artists old and new, Michael’s melodies settle somewhere between Damien Rice and Leif Vollebekk often reading like poems. Settling in to Los Angeles just a short time ago, Michael has landed performances onto some of the city’s most coveted stages including multiple stints at The Hotel Cafe, Desert Nights, Pappy and Harriets, The Satellite, and Highland Park Bowl to name a few. Michael’s debut EP, Hello Coyote, is available now as of Jan 22, 2021 on all streaming platforms. “Hello Coyote brings together all of my muses: family, friendships, romance and the summer nights in any place on earth where it’s warm enough to feel it in your bones. Over the last few years, writing and making music became my reasons for keeping on, and these songs are attempts to find the rhythm in life’s changes and in life’s heartache, and the coyotes, still running through the hills.” - Live at 5 is an Anchor Eighty Four Media original. Hosted by Skeez Nava and Produced by Cody Jones.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/liveatfive/message
Michael Kaiser on Organizational Leadership and the Importance of Marketing
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One of the key pillars in building a strong organization is promoting your work, both immediately and in an ongoing, reputational manner.Michael Kaiser oversees the DeVos Institute of Arts Management’s training and consulting programs, both in the United States and around the world. An expert on nonprofit development and management with a particular emphasis on the arts community, Michael has been a pivotal leader at some of the most prestigious arts organizations around the world, including serving as president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., the Executive Director of the Royal Opera House, the largest performing arts organization in the United Kingdom, Executive Director of American Ballet Theatre and Executive Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Foundation. In today's episode, Michael outlines the importance and value of marketing for nonprofit organizations and offers helpful strategies to best tell your story. He also shares valuable insight into how to lead and grow a successful organization.http://devosinstitute.umd.edu/
What Are We Doing To Cyber Secure Electoral Campaigns — Are We There Yet? | With Michael Kaiser, CEO at Defending Digital Campaigns
Are we doing enough to ensure that electoral campaigns and elections are cyber secure and perceived as such by the citizens? The short answer is, of course not — it is never enough. For the long answer, listen up.As we often remind everyone on ITSPmagazine, cybersecurity awareness and education must become second nature, an integral part of our culture, just as cyber has quickly become an essential part of our everyday life. Not just for organizations and businesses, but for most of the daily activities we do while at work, and at home; for our families and our children.Yes — thumbs up — we are starting to do something about it. Valuable initiatives are shaping up to educate everyone, and, as time goes by, both technology and training awareness programs will evolve. But they will never be perfect, as cybercriminals and adversaries will always get better as well.Sometimes the cost of failure is expensive; sometimes it is too much; sometimes it is psychological damage that could never heal; and, sometimes, it is all the above and more. When democracy is at stake, can you ever tell without lying that we are doing enough? What is enough anyway?In the last few months — ok, fine, we are talking about years — we have heard a lot about election security, but while the vote itself must be — and it is, as far as know — secure, the whole process and the ecosystem that supports it is, unfortunately, not as secure as it could be.In this podcast, we focus on electoral campaigns, which are at the center of our election process, and they do face unique challenges.According to Defending Digital Campaigns (DDC), a nonprofit C4, nonpartisan and non-aligned organization, they are up against some of the most sophisticated malicious cyber operators in the world. Yet, many of them have to operate on a shoestring, not connected to traditional cybersecurity systems like law enforcement and threat sharing environments. Campaigns emerge and proliferate, supporting hundreds, sometimes thousands of new staff and volunteers (bringing a new crew for each campaign cycle), storing sensitive information that can be devastating if stolen and released, collecting and using large volumes of data that can be used to manipulate the election. All these factors combined create an enormous attack surface for cyber operators.Even if cybersecurity is a priority, campaigns, parties, or committees may not have the expertise, time, nor funds to implement more robust cybersecurity practices. We spoke about cybersecurity, training, awareness programs, trust, democracy, how we all need to get behind cyber securing the election process despite our positions on the political spectrum, and a lot more with Michael Kaiser, President, and CEO of DDC.The traditional cybersecurity saying is brought to the highest level: we're only as strong as the weakest link. An attack against one campaign is an attack against all campaigns.When democracy is at stake, there is no one internal winner or loser. The cost is just unfathomable.Guest(s)Michael Kaiser, President and CEO at Defending Digital CampaignsResourcesDefending Digital Campaigns:https://www.linkedin.com/company/defendcampaigns/http://www.defendcampaigns.org/This Episode’s Sponsors:BlackCloak: https://itspm.ag/itspbcwebTo see and hear more The Cyber Society content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/the-cyber-societyAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?https://www.itspmagazine.com/podcast-series-sponsorships
"I want to see action. I want to see change. I want to see investment. I want to see not that EDI (Equity, Diversity & Inclusion) is something you need to do, but that this is a value we have in our organizations." Michael Kaiser, Chairman of the DeVos Institute of Arts Management, shares the importance of diversity in the arts.
Week of 8-8-19: Michael Kaiser, Operating Manager of Sand Valley Golf Resort in Rome, Wisconsin and Chuck Klecatsky Director of Golf at Cragun’s Resort
Lakes, Woods and Irons
Our guests this week include Michael Kaiser, Operating Manager of Sand Valley Golf Resort in Rome, Wisconsin, a destination golf spot. Also Chuck Klecatsky Director of Golf at Cragun’s Resort who fills us in on the upcoming CRMC Tour Showcase at Cragun’s August 19-22, Brainerdlakestourshowcase.com.
CI to Eye | Turnaround King and President Emeritus of the Kennedy Center: Michael Kaiser
CI to Eye
Michael Kaiser is "the turnaround king." In his distinguished career, he has worked at Kansas City Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, and the Royal Opera House. Perhaps he is best known for serving as the president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts from 2001–2014. Michael has also written several books including, The Art of the Turnaround: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Arts Organizations and The Cycle: A Practical Approach to Managing Arts Organizations. In this episode, Erik and Michael talk about the traits that differentiate healthy arts organizations, how the cycle of marketing, fundraising, and programming work together, and how cutting marketing budgets is the absolute wrong move when faced with a declining audience.