Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 105

Unlocking the Potential of Peer Learning

Guest Post, Training Design

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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E-Mediat: Reflections from the Conference in Fez, Morocco

E-Mediat

After facilitating the two-day  E-mediat Networking Conference, “New Media for the Networked NGO” in Jordan at the Dead Sea last week,  I flew 2,000 miles west to Fez, Morocco to facilitate and keynote a second two-day conference for NGOs from Tunisia and Morocco that had successfully completed the e-mediat program in their countries, Morocco and Tunsia.  … Read More

See You at NTC 2012 in San Francisco Next Week!

Conferences

Next week should be officially be named “Nonprofit Techie Week” in San Francisco!   The centerpiece is NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology Conference which will take place from April 3-5th in San Francisco and is book-ended and surrounded by many educational and social events geared for nonprofits techies.      … Read More

Funding Services AND Advocacy: The Smart Choice for Grantmakers

Conferences

Note from Beth: I hosted a small army of guest bloggers, grantmakers, who attended the  GeoFunders National Conference that took place recently in Seattle.   The GEO community is united by a common drive to challenge the norm in pursuit of better results.

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Using Twitter to Build Support Among Latinos for the Affordable Care Act

Strategy

Guest post by Elisa Batista, MomsRising.org

As a social media specialist at MomsRising.org and a Latina who has published a blog for seven years, has two Facebook pages, a Twitter account, a LinkedIn page and now a newly opened Pinterest account, easily the biggest misconception I have encountered is that Latinos are not online.… Read More