Beth Kanter\'s Blog - Part 3

How to Be a Wizard at Tech Training Design and Delivery

Training Design


Note from Beth:   At this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference, I was lucky to co-design and facilitate a session on technology training with colleagues John Kenyon, Cindy Leonard and Jeanne Allen.   Cindy and Jeanne wrote this great reflection of what we learned and how we facilitated this very interactive session.  

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Reflections from Arts Leaders Workshop: Resilient Leaders from the Inside/Out

Happy Healthy Nonprofit, Leadership, Training Design

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Earlier this month I was in Boston for the annual convention for Americans for the Arts where I facilitated a leadership development pre-conference workshop, “Impact without Burnout: Resilient Arts Leaders from the Inside/Out.”  I was lucky enough to collaborate with Janet McIntyre, a nonprofit leadership coach and Jeffrey Golde, Adjunct Professor of Management: Columbia Business School, along with Abe Flores from AFTA.  … Read More

How Are You Taking A Summer Break from Your Tech?

Mindfulness, Mobile

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ART X SMART by Kim Dong-kyu

Last week was the first day of summer and it got me thinking about doing a digital detox.  However, Aliza Sherman and I were reviewing the final round of edits from our copy editor at Wiley for our forthcoming book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit due out in October.  … Read More

Powering the Nonprofit Community through Customer Support

Guest Post

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Powering the Nonprofit Community through Customer Support Guest Post
by Dorie Wallace Vice President, Customer Support, Blackbaud

Millions of nonprofits around the globe do incredible work each day to make the world a better place for all of us. Running a nonprofit is possibly one of the most important jobs out there.… Read More

How Nonprofits Are Using Games for their Mission Driven Work

Engagement

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Note from Beth:I’ve been a fan of Games for Change Festival since 2006 when I first heard about it, almost ten years ago.  While I have not been able to attend every year, I do publish a guest post every year with a roundup of how nonprofits are embracing the use of games.

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