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Nonprofit Innovation Toolkits: Methods To Invent, Adopt, and Adapt Ideas to Deliver Better Results

Lately, I’ve been obsessed with methods for facilitating innovation for nonprofits.    It isn’t a matter of facilitation techniques, but process design.     The field of innovation practitioners, whether in corporate labs or working in social good sector, comes with lots of tool kits that offer different ways to help groups think of new ideas and prioritize them.      … Read More

Learn You Will: #14ntc Nonprofit Tech Training Session Reflection and Resources

Earlier this month, I presented  on a panel called “Learn, You Will” with Cindy Leonard, John Kenyon, and Andrea Berry on the topic of designing effective nonprofit technology training at the Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN.   I’ve collected the resources, notes, slides, and tweets from the session in this post.… Read More

Nonprofit Technology Training: Book List

At this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference, I’m thrilled to be doing a panel on nonprofit technology training and it has a bit of a star wars theme, “Learn You Will.”   I’ll co-teaching the session with colleagues Andrea Berry, John Kenyon, and Cindy Leonard.    … Read More

Six Tips for Evaluating Your Nonprofit Training Session

I’m co-facilitating a session on Nonprofit Training Design and Delivery with colleagues John Kenyon, Andrea Berry, and Cindy Leonard at the NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference on Friday March 14th at 10:30 am!  Join Us!

Our session will share lots of great advice about what to do before, during, and after leading an effective technology training.    … Read More

Why Movement Is the Killer Learning App for Nonprofits

As a trainer and facilitator who works with nonprofit organizations and staffers,  you have to be obsessed with learning theory to design and deliver effective instruction, have productive meetings,  or embark on your own self-directed learning path.   Learning theory is an attempt to describe how people learn.    … Read More