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Using Psychology to Improve Your Communications

Care2

I've found that understanding some of the mind's cognitive biases can not only help nonprofit campaigners efficiently motivate our audiences into taking action online, but also help us be more effective professionally. For example, people are more willing to take action to stop something from being taken away than if they were to receive the equivalent value (you'll do more to stop from losing a dollar than you will to get a dollar). Two days to take action").

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How To Create A Terrific Facebook Cover Image If You Don’t Have Resources To Hire A Designer

Beth Kanter

Note From Beth: Nonprofits are beginning to unveil their new timeline designs (I’ve been post examples on my Facebook Page and curating them in pinterest ) In the Friending the Finish Line peer learning group I’ve been working with, participants are sharing their creativity, including this cover design from Utah Children created by staff person Barbara Munoz. Other nonprofits are busy creating mock ups of the new timeline cover image for senior management.

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How to Use Facebook Live to Raise Money

Connection Cafe

For example, in this screenshot from Facebook, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals can add a donate button feature to their Live broadcast. Facebook Live is a super effective way to bring the impact to your supporters. Without Facebook live (and other live broadcasting tools), supporters would have to travel all the way to Utah to witness, first-hand, BFAS’s impact. For example, ask them to “Give clean water”, “Feed hungry children”, “Stop human trafficking, etc.

Leadership Development in Nonprofits: Identifying Toxic Signs of Ego in Your Development Space

ASU Lodestar Center

Then simply ask, “how can we get this done more effectively?”. This behavior can be identified by a person who says “yes”, but then undermines that statement with tongue-in-cheek comments or actions that can be described as sabotage. What happens between now and the completion of the project needs to ultimately build a team that trusts each other, and passive-aggressive statements and actions do the opposite.