Training Design | Beth’s Blog - Part 8

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Integrated Social Media for Sustainable Agriculture

Ag Grantees Twitter Webinar  

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As Visiting Scholar at the Packard Foundation,  my work plan includes delivering many different peer learning opportunities, coaching, and training with grantees.    Yesterday,  I had the pleasure of doing a Webinar for grantees of the Agriculture Sub-Program.    … Read More

Reflections from 12NTC Panel on Data Visualization

Last week I participated on a panel on “Data Visualization for Nonprofits: A Picture Is Better Than A 1,000 Words” with Johanna Morariu from Innonet and Brian Kennedy of ChildrenNow.      The day of the panel, I published a blog post that shared our slides, wiki, and resources.  … Read More

Reflections from NTC Plenary Panel on Innovation

I had the honored of moderating a free wheeling plenary discussion on Day #3 of NTC on “Innovation and Nonprofits.”   The panelists included Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen, Meg Garlinghouse, Greg Baldwin, and Brian Reich. You can find the description and bios here and if you want to the video of the whole session, you can find it here.    … Read More

Packard Foundation OE Launches Their Strategy Refresh Site

Note From Beth: Last month I had the pleasure of co-presenting at the GEO Conference (Grantmakers for Effective Organizations) with Kathy Reich, Director, Organizational Effectiveness Program at the Packard Foundation and Jared Raynor, Director of Evaluation at TCC Group, that helped OE analyze its “goldmine” of grantee data.  … Read More

Unlocking the Potential of Peer Learning

Note from Beth: Much of my work as Visiting Scholar at the Packard Foundation this year falls into areas:  networked nonprofit practice and training design.      As such,  I’m facilitating many peer groups and always looking at how leverage peer learning.     My colleagues at Monitor have taken a deep dive into the question of designing peer learning with impact.    

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