Training Design | Beth’s Blog - Part 5

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Arts Organizations Digital Strategies Master Class and Train the Trainers

I’m teaching a master class today in San Francisco for arts organizations for Theatre Bay Area.  This is a continuation of my work with TBA over the past 3-4 years.    The first year  I experimented with a peer design that included face-to-face workshops, action learning projects, and monthly calls back in 2010 called ArtsLab.  … Read More

Notes About Mobile, Digital Trends, and Social Media Leadership from Knight Digital Media Center Workshop

Last week I was in Chicago to facilitate a session as part of Knight Digital Media Center’s Digital Strategy for Community Foundations and Nonprofits workshop.  The workshop topics included trends in digital media consumption, social media, engagement on mobile devices and a variety of community foundation projects funded by the Knight Community Information Challenge.  … Read More

Trainer’s Notebook: The Feng Shui of Good Teaching and Learning

All of my work these days is focused on designing and delivering effective training for nonprofits -primarily on the topics of social media, strategy, networks, and measurement.  I’m also doing a lot of training of other trainers.   So, expect to see regular reflections on good instructional design and delivery for any topic, but especially technology related.… Read More

Active Training: To Get Nonprofit Audiences Engaged, Keep Them Moving

Next week, I headed to Seattle for a couple of days of  events around my book, “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” co-authored with KD Paine.   I’m doing a session for the NW Philanthropy and have been asked to talk a little about how to design peer learning and trainings for nonprofits.    … Read More

Elevating Advocacy Voices for Children Through Social Media

Note from Beth: As part of my work at the Packard Foundation,  I’ve had the honor of designing and facilitating a “networked capacity building project” for a cluster of grantees, state-based groups,  to be more effective in engaging their networks toward covering uninsured children.  

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