Archive for January, 2011

Free Webinars

January 21, 2011

Following up on the learning theme from my last blog post, the Wild Apricot blog has listed 31 free webinars for the month of February.  WOW! I am definitely going to take advantage of some of these.  There are free seminars about social media, marketing, grant writing, nonprofit leadership and more.  Click on the link [...]

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Never Stop Learning

January 18, 2011

This morning I had the pleasure of  co-facilitating a seminar about evaluation, compensation and leadership development for nonprofit executives.  The audience was composed of board members of various nonprofits.  You can take a look at the presentation slide deck on the Transition Management Solutions website.  I thought the most interesting part of the discussion centered on the assessment [...]

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Crowdrise – The Next Big Thing?

January 14, 2011

Is Crowdrise the next big thing in Philanthropy?  Ed Norton thinks so.  I am a big fan of Ed’s.  I not only love his movies, but I also love that he “gets it” when it comes to activism and philanthropy.  It officially launched in May of 2010. I know what you are thinking – “Beth [...]

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New Year, Now What?

January 6, 2011

Happy New Year!  I am the kind of person who likes to take time in January to reflect on the past year and contemplate opportunities for the new year.  2010 was the year I more fully embraced social media.  I decided I would blog.  First, I learned how to purchase a domain with a vague understanding [...]

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