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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

How To Think Like An Instructional Designer for Your Nonprofit Trainings

Designing and delivering a training to a nonprofit audience is not about extreme content delivery or putting together a PowerPoint and answering questions.    If you want to get results, you need to think about instructional design and learning theory.    And, there is no shortage of learning theories and research.  … Read More

Flexible Space: The Secret To Designing Powerful Training

Join me for a FREE Webinar: Training Tips that Work for Nonprofits on Jan.29th at 1:00 PM EST/10:00 AM PST. I’ll be sharing my best tips and secrets for designing and delivering training for nonprofit professionals that get results. And, if you are attending NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology in March, join me, John Kenyon, Andrea Barry, and Cindy Leonard for a session on designing effective technology training.

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Trainer’s Notebook: Finding Inspiration and New Ideas for Facilitation Techniques

Last week, during the Google hangout hosted by the Packard Foundation, someone asked me where I get all my ideas for designing and delivering training.    Part of delivering instruction is being a good facilitation of people’s learning and there is no better way to learn how to improve your own technique than watching world class facilitators in action.  … Read More