Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 6

The Art of Facilitating Virtual Meetings with Sticky Notes

Facilitation

Last week, Andrea Kihlstedt and I did a reprise of our Guidestar webinar, “Healthy and Productive Meetings” as a learning session for Guidestar staff.     Guidestar has multiple office locations, so this session was done as a virtual meeting using a platform and apps that offered features like chat, desktop sharing, polling, white board, sticky notes, and audio and video conferencing.  … Read More

My Most Engaged Follower On Twitter Is @JenniferPreston

Engagement, Professional Networking, Tools and Tactics

My most engaged follower on Twitter this past week is Jennifer Preston.  I know why Jennifer, who is the VP at the Knight Foundation is one of my engaged followers this week.   Earlier this week I was in Miami to do a social media pre-workshop at the Knight Digital Media Seminar.  … Read More

What I Learned From @Sree Sreenivasan Chief Digital Officer of @MetMuseum

Leadership, Professional Networking

I just spent two days in Miami at the Knight Foundation Media Learning Seminar where I co-facilitate a pre-conference workshop on leading on social channels with Amy Gahran and Stephanie Rudat.   But I also got an opportunity to finally hear the keynote speaker, Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer of the @MetMuseum in person.  … Read More

Why Good Habit Formation Is Important for Nonprofits

Leadership

Flickr Photo by Celestine Chua

For the past few months, I’ve been working on a new project that will launch next month.   It is a leadership professional development project for emerging leaders in nonprofits in collaboration with Third Plateau funded by the Packard Foundation.… Read More

Take A Walk! Work Smarter and Live Longer

Walking

We know that sitting is bad for your health and has been dubbed “the new smoking.”    Two years ago I got put on a fitbit and started walking, and haven’t stopped.  It’s benefited overall physical health and boosts cognitive function.

I’ve been incorporating sitting, standing, and walking into my work and doing sessions at nonprofit conferences about walking as work.    … Read More