Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 19

Let’s #ReclaimSocial Media for Social Good

Digital Strategy

Earlier this week, I had the honor of kicking off the first day of a week of workshops for 50 women’s right leaders from the United States through a program called “Tech2EmpowerUSA.” The goal of the program is to connect these leaders with technology experts to create a connected movement.… Read More

6 Tips for Nonprofits to Combat Digital Distraction and Improve Productivity

Mindfulness, Mobile, Resilience

On Feb. 13th, I’ll be doing a FREE Webinar for nonprofits hosted by Salesforce Foundation on “Combatting Digital Distraction and Technology Wellness in the Nonprofit Workplace.” Come join me. 

Ever hear of something called “Nomophobia? The word itself is an abbreviation for ‘no-mobile-phone-phobia’ and refers to the anxiety you feel when you don’t have your mobile phone handy or have a signal.… Read More

Your Nonprofit’s Culture: By Design or by Default?

Happy Healthy Nonprofit, Organizational Culture, Resilience

Note from Beth: In my book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout, we discuss how to create a culture of wellbeing to encourage self-care.  Jay Wilkinson, CEO of Firespring, shares some thoughts on building the right culture of for your nonprofit. 

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The Bots are Here: Leading With Our Humanity in the Age of Automation

AI4Good, Bots, Digital Trends, Experimentation

The Bots are Here: Leading With Our Humanity in the Age of Automation by Allison Fine and Beth Kanter

What nonprofits need to do to make sure that they are in charge of the bots, not the other way around.

Taking a virtual walk with Yeshi may not help you get your steps in for the day, but it will be fascinating and educational.… Read More

Small, But Mighty: A Resource for Small Nonprofit Leaders

Capacity, Guest Post, Leadership, Measurement

Note from Beth:  I’m honored to be a member of the Leap Ambassadors Community, a group of people in the nonprofit sector who care deeply about high performance. A recent work product from this community includes “Small, But Mighty,” created by a small group led by Debra Natenshon and Karen Walker, the guest post authors. 

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