Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 21

7 Practical Tips for Engagement with a Higher Purpose On Social

Engagement

I am leading a  #Nettalks Webinar on “Leveraging Social Media to Engagement and Inspire Alumni Networks” at 2 PM EST today.       On Monday, I shared a post about some network and strategy concepts.  In this post, I’m sharing my slides, resources, and practical engagement tips with a higher purpose.  … Read More

Free Webinar 1/8: Leveraging Social Media to Engage and Inspire Your Alumni Network

Engagement

I’m honored to be part of  the Schusterman Philanthropic Network and Jim Joseph Foundation for #NetTalks, a free, five-part webinar series for Jewish professionals who want to tap into the power and potential of alumni networks. The NetTalks series, which includes five sessions, is intended to spark a meaningful conversation around alumni engagement and supporting a broader community practice of effective alumni networks.  … Read More

Share Your Posts on Measurement and Learning from Your Data: January Blog Carnival

Measurement, Networked Nonprofit

As KD Paine and I wrote in “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” measuring your social media channels, overall communications or marketing strategy is not a form of voodoo black magic; it is an art and a science.

The art part is how you articulate your organization’s measure of success and formulate strategies to realize that success.    … Read More

Nonprofits Need to Integrate Learning into their Work in 2014

Learning, Self-Directed Learning

The Chronicle recently published an article with expert advice on what nonprofits should start doing in 2014.    If you look down the list of tactical advice and tips, there is a bigger pattern that emerges.    Nonprofits should integrate learning into their work, program delivery, and communications.      … Read More

Happy New Year: What’s Your Theme for the Year?

Housekeeping, Mindfulness, Self-Directed Learning

I have a couple of New Year’s rituals that help prepare me for a new year.  These include a review of the year’s accomplishments and two techniques that help you focus on your goals:   Peter Bregman’s  theme for the year, and Chris Brogan’s “My Three Words .”   I also throughout the month of January review my work routines and systems and redesign or tweak to improve productivity.… Read More