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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

How To Make Meetings Work for Your Nonprofit (whether you are sitting,standing, or walking!)

Last week, I co-presented a Guidestar webinar with Andrea Kihlstedt on the topic of healthy and productive meetings who talked about the basics for making meetings highly effective. I spoke about standing and  walking meetings.   This post shares some reflections and additional resources about both topics.… Read More

How DoSomething Transformed A Mistake Into Learning: Creating A Culture of Impact

You’ve heard the mantra: Learn from failure. But no one likes to screw up and you can’t learn when people are feeling shame and pointing fingers at each other.  Dosomething.org knows that mistakes happen, but also knows how as an organization to transform mistakes into organizational learning that leads to better results in a program.  … Read More

Between the Dashboard and the Chair: The Human Side of Data for Good

Yesterday and today, I am attending the Markets For Good workshop at the Gates Foundation. Markets for Good is an initiative with a purpose to support the further development of the information infrastructure that enables sharing and use of information for the social sector.… Read More

Learning is the Work

Last month, I had the pleasure of participating in National eXtension Conference which was amazing for many reasons.    I first did several professional sessions with this network back in 2007 and an online class on knowledge sharing and online collaboration – so it was great to long-time colleagues.    … Read More