March, 2015 | Beth's Blog - Part 3

Archive for March, 2015

The Art of Tidying of Your Online Professional Network Connections

I’ve just finished teaching an online course for The Knight Digital Media Center @ USC Annenberg for community foundation leaders on practical networked leadership skills.  It covered how leaders can use their social channels as their authentic selves to engage with their communities and in leadership conversations with peers,  social learning, and intentionally building and developing professional networks online.… Read More

If the Ancient Greeks Had iPhone Separation Anxiety: Fitbippides


Noise to Signal Cartoon

As my work as a trainer pivots more towards leadership development in a networked world,  I’ve been doing more and more training on the topic of  mindfulness at work techniques.  The most recent session was about  walking as work and professional colleagues, like Rob Cottingham, have noticed.  … Read More

Book Review: When Millennials Take Over and the Fluid Workplace

I am knee deep in developing a peer learning program for Millennial leadership development in nonprofit organizations that is designed based on the research out there.   The last few months have been a time of deep reading and thinking many reports, research, and books.    … Read More

Reflections from #15ntc Session Walking As Work and 20/8/2 Rule

I just returned from my 15 consecutive Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN!  This year I designed and facilitated a highly interactive session called “Walking is Work: Don’t Call It A Break” with Ritu Sharma.    I also lead a conference networking walk following the session.    … Read More

Driving Toward Impact With Data Science #15ntc

Note from Beth: I’m attending and presenting a session about Walking As Work with Ritu Sharma.   As luck would have it, one of the sessions that I really wanted to go to is scheduled at the same time as ours.   It is a session about being Data Savvy featuring colleagues from Crisis Text Line, Global Giving, and DataKind.  

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