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TechSoup Global: A Tale of Two Dramatically Different Networks and Their Development

Last week, I got to BoardSource at 8 am just so I could hear Marnie Webb and Rebecca Masisak, CO-CEOs of TechSoup Global share their lessons learned in developing, weaving, and stewarding two very different types of networks. The presentation is here.… Read More

Does Your Organization Already Have a Policy for Professional Conduct?

As part of my work as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,  I’ve had the honor to facilitate training workshops at grantee’s conference.   I just returned from doing Networked Nonprofit and Social Media workshops at the National Summer Learning Association’s Conference in Indianapolis.  … Read More

Social Media for Social Good Video Roundup from #BBCon

Note From Beth: Frank Barry from BlackBaud kindly agreed to write a guest post showcasing some of the best presentations caught on video at the BlackBaud’s Conference last week.  Enjoy.

Guest Post by Frank Barry: Social Media for Social Good Video Roundup from #BBCon

Blackbaud just finished hosting a pretty large conference for the non-profit industry.… Read More

The Ultimate Multi-Tasking: My Networked Nonprofit Keynote at the Blackbaud Conference

Blackbaud’s Nonprofit Conference is from October 20-22 in Washington, DC.  Here’s the list of sessions.   I’ll be doing a keynote about the Networked Nonprofit on Thursday, October 21st from 8-9:30 am along with Allison Fine (live-streamed here).   But, I’ll be in Atlanta at the Independent Sector Conference.… Read More

How Networked Nonprofits Use Twitter and Other Things I learned in Vegas

Last week,  I parachuted into  BlogWorld 2010 in Las Vegas for less than 24 hours.    I presented on two panels (How Nonprofits Use Twitter and CrowdSourced Philanthropy) in the Cause Track curated by Chris Noble and the good folks at WhatGives.  … Read More