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Emerging Leaders Need More than Leadership Development

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Note from Beth:   Last year I was honored to partner with Kari Dunn Saratovksy from Third Plateau to facilitate an emerging leadership program to a cohort of leaders who were part of the Packard Foundation’s Science and Conservation portfolio of grantees.

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One Simple Tip To Shift Your Nonprofit’s Workplace Culture from Outrage to Well Being

We’ve just finished two weeks on the road of book events for my new book,  Happy Healthy Nonprofit, co-authored with Aliza Sherman.   During many of the Q/A sessions, we heard from many nonprofit professionals who were feeling impact of a perpetual cycle of outrage.  … Read More

Announcing the Winners of the 2015 Nonprofit #SocialCEOs Awards

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Zoe Amar and Matt Collins of Platypus Digital  created the #SocialCEO Awards in 2013 with the goal to celebrate charity leaders who are using social media in support of their organization’s missions.   This year’s winners were announced earlier this week.    They have also released a briefing on “Digital Leadership: How To Survive and Thrive As A Social CEO” in partnership with Just Giving.  … Read More

Healthy Nonprofit Work Culture: Shouldn’t That 2 Hour Conference Call Have Been An Email?

That is a slogan on a t-shirt, and while meant as a joke, it is all too familiar for many nonprofits.   Meetings that waste your time!

When we talk about healthy nonprofit work culture, the fit nonprofit, it goes beyond having organizations create wellness policies and practices that encourage staff to eat right, exercise, take vacation time, and get enough sleep.    … Read More

Training Board Members As Social Media Ambassadors

Note from Beth: Last month, I facilitated a workshop for the Knight Digital Media Learning Seminar in Miami on “Leading on Social Media.”  It was an interactive workshop and the content was on how to leverage senior leaders, board, and staff as champions on social channels.    Read More