Most of my work is as a trainer where I’m teaching workshops on leadership skills for emerging leaders, self-care, social media strategy, train the trainers, and networks/data. I am also an adjunct professor at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterrey, where I teach a course for graduate students on network strategy and networked leadership skills. A big part of teaching is curating resources which requires scanning through different sources, evaluating, and sharing the best practical and most useful resources for nonprofits. If you are interested in social media strategy resources, I share these regularly over at my Facebook Brand page, but in case you missed these goodies, I’m summarizing them here.
- The Top Nonprofit Posting Guide: Back in 2012, I discovered Craig Van Korlaar’s Top Nonprofits Social Media Guide. I shared on my Facebook page and it was shared over 20,000, with hundreds of comments – one of the most successful posts ever. I share this resources in all my workshops and nonprofit folks just love it because it synthesizes a lot of tips into one page. Craig updated the posting guide and, of course, I shared it again.
- Social Media for Global Health Online Course: This introductory course on social media will strengthen the capacity of global health and development professionals interested in understanding basic principles of social media, using social media to disseminate global health and development information, and measuring social media activities. You can sign up here.
- Infographic Template for Nonprofit Annual Report: Just in time! A fantastic template to create an infographic in pikochart of your nonprofit’s impact for the past year. Created in partnership with Social Misfits Media this easy to use template will help you create a stunning visual content about your organization’s core results to share on social media channels and beyond. You can read about how to use it and access it here.