Training Design | Beth’s Blog - Part 8

Archive for the ‘Training Design’ Category

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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Using Peer Learning Strategies To Build A Network

As part of my work plan as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,  I have the pleasure of working with  networks of grantees to design and facilitate peer learning exchanges on networked nonprofit practices and using social media effectively.    … Read More

The Networked NGO in India

This year a lot of my work as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation is working with grantees outside of the US.    I’ve just returned from leading a training for Population and Reproductive Health grantees from India.  … Read More

Akilah Institute for Women: Social Media Workshop

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After the ACE leadership training,  I had the opportunity to spend a day in Kigali.    I volunteered to do a Social Media and Professional Networking workshop for second year students at the Akilah Institute for Women. … Read More