September, 2016 | Beth's Blog

Archive for September, 2016

7 Tips to Make You A Stronger Facilitator

Note from Beth: As a trainer and someone who teachers other trainers, I’ve been obsessed with improving my facilitation skills and written a lot about it on this blog. I’m always up for a conversation with other facilitators about shop talk and getting tips for improving my practice.  

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Nonprofit Podcaster and Blogger @joangarry Profiles Healthy Happy Nonprofit Book

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If you don’t already read Joan Garry’s nonprofit blog and or listen to her podcast, you should. She is a must read and a must listen. She has the experience of being a nonprofit executive director, but now works with nonprofits, assisting with crisis management, executive coaching and the building of strong management teams to support the work of the CEO.… Read More

Do You Work for A Nonprofit That Promotes A Culture of Wellbeing in the Workplace?

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Gabriela Schneider, Chief Communications Officer at Issue One

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post called “Why the Nonprofit Work Ethic Is Outdated and Needs Change,” about why nonprofit professionals need to pay attention to self-care and bring a culture of wellbeing into the nonprofit workplace. … Read More

#40BetterHours: The Art of Single Tasking

As part of co-authoring my next book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout, with Aliza Sherman, we both are still practicing the ideas in the book around self-care and well being at work.    We talk about self-care as a holistic experience that goes beyond Kale smoothies and massages, although those things are nice.    … Read More

The Happy Healthy Nonprofit Book: Upcoming Activities and Early Reviews

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Credit: Rob Cottingham

We are just weeks away from the launch of the Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Impact without Burnout, my third book, co-authored with Aliza Sherman.    Yesterday,  I was honored to deliver the ending keynote, “From Self-Care to We-Care” at the Stanford Nonprofit Management Institute.    … Read More