Podcast on Land Matters: The Lincoln Institute and the Reflections of Retiring Scholars on Orchestrating Impact
Land Matters Podcast: Orchestrating Impact: Retiring Scholars Reflect on the Lincoln Institute
In a special edition of the Land Matters podcast, three retired scholars from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy share their reflections on their work and the Institute. They highlight the importance of assembling and convening networks of practitioners and continually inviting feedback to keep up-to-date with emerging issues in their fields. They also emphasize the need for clear communication and attentiveness to different audiences, pointing to Lincoln Institute projects such as the State-by-State Property Tax At a Glance website, the Making Sense of Place film series, and a role-playing game as successful examples of this approach. The scholars also reflect on their experiences at the Institute, as well as the daunting challenges facing future generations working in the nonprofit sector.
The Land Matters Podcast features an episode titled “Orchestrating Impact: Retiring Scholars Reflect on the Lincoln Institute,” hosted by Anthony Flint and released on February 2, 2023. The episode features three retired scholars from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy – Armando Carbonell, Daphne Kenyon, and Martim Smolka – who spent years studying various topics related to urban planning, land conservation, municipal finance, and Latin America. The scholars discuss their work and experiences at the Lincoln Institute, highlighting the importance of networking, communication, and plain language in making an impact. They also reflect on the challenges facing the nonprofit sector and share their insights on extensive programming and research they conducted over the years. The episode is available on major podcasting platforms and as a video on YouTube.
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