MC Female Leadership’s Advice to Their Younger Self

Media Cause

Show that a women’s place is AT the table as countless others have already taken their seats, that the female voice and perspectives WILL be heard as strong women are already speaking up in society, and young girls are inspired to BE bold as they see the women before them already leading the charge.

How to Become a Trusted Voice in Your Field

NonProfit Hub

It’s vague, probably overused advice, but, at the heart of it, it makes a lot of sense. The post How to Become a Trusted Voice in Your Field appeared first on Nonprofit Hub. This article was originally published in Nonprofit Hub Magazine. Not all that long ago, intellectual capital —knowledge of processes and data, informational resources, etc.—was was critical to businesses and nonprofits. The people had the knowledge, and knowledge is power.

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Voices from the Community: Security

Tech Soup Blog

Voices from the Community is a series of blog posts highlighting various threads from the TechSoup Community Forums and other TechSoup online community channels. There are also several threads that offer policy-and-practice advice to help any computer or smartphone user at your organization stay safe online, no matter their various tech-skill level.

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10 Tips for Writing a Better Donor Thank You Letter

The Storytelling Non-profit

Source: Campaign Monitor Tip #3 Find your non-profit’s unique voice When you read your organization’s thank you letter, does it sound like something you would actually say to someone? That’s your natural voice!

Think You’re Not a Writer? Your Guide to Writing a Great Fundraising Appeal

The Storytelling Non-profit

I record a voice memo and transcribe it using Sonix. Fundraising Advice Writing Tips for FundraisersTranslating a cause you care about into compelling words for a fundraising appeal can be a challenge.

10 Engaging Content Ideas for your next non-profit Newsletter

The Storytelling Non-profit

Kitsch can really work for non-profits and can contribute to a unique brand voice for an organization. Non-Profit Communications Non-Profit Newsletters Newsletter Advice Writing Tips

Expert Advice for Improving Culture & Morale at Nonprofit Organizations

Connection Cafe

If a nonprofit employee can contribute to the organization’s internal culture with a unique voice, they are likely not spending their energy trying to be seen, heard or appreciated. It’s no secret that people working at social good organizations, and at nonprofits in particular, have the reputation of being “overworked and underpaid.”

How to Write Your Best Fundraising Letter

The Storytelling Non-profit

For this reason, I want to share with you my best fundraising writing advice and give you some easy but very useful steps to help you write your best fundraising letter and to keep you motivated and inspired. Fundraising Advice Uncategorized

Bringing Women a Global Voice: Jensine Larsen, World Pulse

Have Fun - Do Good

"I would wake up in the middle of the night and still hear their voices. I just had to take that chance." - Jensine Larsen Jensine Larsen is the Founder and CEO of World Pulse , a global media and communication network devoted to bringing women a global voice. They broadcast and unite women's voices from around the world into a powerful force for change. Jensine Larsen: World Pulse is a global media enterprise fully devoted to bringing women a global voice.

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Wanted: Your Advice (Guest Post)

Museum 2.0

The result is an exhibit about advice. Our “big idea” is: Advice: give it, get it, flip it, fuck it. The idea around advice is that we all experience it—some people like to give it, some get it, others pass it on and we all have occasionally gotten advice that we chose to forget. In this design experiment, we are inviting individuals far and wide to give us advice. You might be able to ask a single mom or a physicist for a gem of advice.

Expert Tips On Branding & Marketing Your Nonprofit

NonProfit PRO

Nonprofits now have affordable, accessible resources available, and it is more important than ever to show up well to capture your share of voice. To learn more, check out the advice of the experts featured in this month's ZGIVE INSIDER magazine

Authenticity as a Strategy

The Storytelling Non-profit

So much of that authenticity manifests itself through the way they communicate and their voice. The problem with this is that it rarely lends itself to a memorable voice or an enticing brand. Have you considered voice and how you show up as a strategy for fundraising and communications?

The Foundation Operations and Management Report—New Advice for Funders and Grantmakers

Connection Cafe

We talked about the importance of funders listening to a diverse set of voices. As funders, many of us spend quite a bit of time looking outward. We look at the world around us and find outlets that reflect our philanthropic passions. We look at communities to see needs and possibilities. We look at nonprofits and the people who lead them to find inspiration, motivation, and opportunities for directing our support. Yet how often do we take the time to look in the mirror?

What advice would you offer Working Films about measuring the impact of their social media strategy?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

this will be launched by the end of the month) Keeping an updated blog about what we are working on and to show the diverse voices of our staff. What advice you offer I get lots of email requests like this and can't answer all them or blog either. Every now and then I like to share these queries and see what you, dear readers, think. Dear Beth: I want to compile a report for my Executive Director about the impact of our online organizing strategies.

What Advice Would You Give to Women in Africa About using Web2.0 Tools to Advance their Work?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I came across Ore's writing via Sokari Ekine's fantastic bridge blogging of the African blogosphere on Global Voices. Oreoluwa Somolu I've known Oreoluwa Somolu virtually for several years. I was a mentor on Ore's Blog Mentoring Project in Africa as Joitske Hulsebosch also writes about. I also had a chance to work with Ore through Nancy White and KM4DEV Technology Stewardship issue.

Dear Betty: How do we get members to read our communications?

fusionSpan

Inside Voice. Consulting Marketing Membership advice Association communications membershipDear Betty, I’m at my wit’s end!

Juicy Blogging E-Course Special Ends September 15

Have Fun - Do Good

It helped me find my blogging voice. Blogging tips and adviceJust a quick note for those of you who've been thinking about taking my Juicy Blogging E-Course: The Art and Play of Blogging September 21-October 12th. The early registration special ends September 15th. Your investment is $75 when you register by the 15th, and $100 after that. You can join the class, and learn more on my website, brittbravo.com.

Backwards Interview: My Advice for Incorporation of Web 2.0 into Museums

Museum 2.0

Here's the question: What advice do you have, as one who keeps up with technology as it relates to museums, to a group looking to incorporate Web 2.0 And the more people get involved, the more diverse voices are reflected and the more staff feel connected to and empowered by the institution. What advice would you give? What kind of advice are you looking for? Most of the time this blog focuses on individual aspects of 2.0 thinking or applications.

8 Nonprofit Lessons Learned from the 2014 FUSE Conference

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Heather also presented two general sessions during which she invited attendees to share via Instagram the most useful piece of advice they gained from attending the conference. Allie @ Virginia Consumer Voices for Healthcare. Thanks to a partnership with Salsa Labs , Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good was able to report live from the FUSE Conference on August 6-7 in Annandale, VA.

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Celebrating Women in Tech: An Interview with Qgiv’s Female Leaders

Qgiv

Qgiv: What advice would you give to a young woman interested in software engineering? Sandra: My biggest advice would be to not get intimidated by the field. Qgiv: What advice would you give to a woman aspiring to become a tech company leader? Jess: Your voice matters.

25 Must-Follow NGO Resources on Twitter

Nonprofit Tech for Good

A follow-up post to Five Online Fundraising Best Practices for NGOs and Five Social Media Best Practices for NGOs , below is a list of 25 resources that regularly tweet and retweet useful fundraising and social media advice and information valuable to NGOs worldwide, particularly those engaged in international development. Global Voices :: @GlobalVoices.

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How Motivated People Stay Motivated

Eric Jacobsen Blog

It's a powerful read that includes counter intuitive advice and cutting-edge best practices for sales prospecting in today's business world. To learn how to stay motivated, read High-Profit Prospecting , by Mark Hunter.

5 Oculus Quest Tips for Nonprofits New to the Metaverse

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Heather is not a gamer or previous VR user, so her advice is tailored for first-timers. To ease your travels through the Horizon Metaverse, it’s recommended to turn on Voice Commands under Settings.

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[ASK AN EXPERT] Do You Have To Ask For Feedback In Person?

Bloomerang

Today’s question comes from a nonprofit employee who wants advice on whether or not you have to ask for donor feedback in person. . You really do want to prioritize face-to-face (or at least ear-to-voice) visits with major donor prospects.

7 Ways To Stay Motivated

Eric Jacobsen Blog

It's a powerful read that includes counterintuitive advice and cutting-edge best practices for sales prospecting in today's business world. To learn how to stay motivated, read High-Profit Prospecting , by Mark Hunter.

RESULTS: An Acronym For Nonprofit Success

Bloomerang

They cancel down core ideas and are remarkably useful aids to recall advice. It will give you access to new voices while also keeping that flow of useful ideas coming your way. An acronym is a much beloved tool of English teachers and PowerPoint presenters all over the world.

Why We Celebrate Pride Month & 4 Ways to be a LGBTQ+ Ally

Saleforce Nonprofit

Pride is not just a celebration of LGBTQ+ voices, culture, and experiences — it also creates visibility for under-represented groups and encourages us all to be our authentic selves.

Normalizing seeking support for mental health takes collective action

Candid

Talk back to your inner voice: When your inner voice is giving you really crappy feedback and advice, stop and consider how you would talk to your best friend in this situation. Reprinted from The Atlanta Women’s Foundation.

gokubi.com

gokubi.com

Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home A bad call A bad call Last Updated on Friday, 3 November 2006 09:27 Written by Steve Friday, 3 November 2006 09:27 So you’ve all heard by now that the US put documents on the web containing engineering advice for how to build nuclear bombs. “If I knew then what I know now,&# Bush said in the voice of a war skeptic, “I would have been more supportive of the war.&#

Welcome to the New Network for Good!

Network for Good

Our new site lets us highlight their voices through compelling videos, testimonials, and case studies. to make sure we were providing the best advice possible. If you’ve visited our site before, you might notice that today it looks a little different!

Welcome to the New Network for Good!

Network for Good

Our new site lets us highlight their voices through compelling videos, testimonials, and case studies. to make sure we were providing the best advice possible. If you’ve visited our site before, you might notice that today it looks a little different!

Top Nonprofit Blogs to Bookmark Today

The Modern Nonprofit

THE AGITATOR / DONOR VOICE. While her content might not look super modern, her advice is invaluable. The NTEN Connect blog is a community-sourced publication offering first-hand advice from professionals in the nonprofit tech industry.

7 Ways To Stay Motivated

Eric Jacobsen Blog

It's a powerful read that includes counter intuitive advice and cutting-edge best practices for sales prospecting in today's business world. To learn how to stay motivated, read High-Profit Prospecting , by Mark Hunter.

Twitter: this time it’s personal

Steve Bridger

These voices may evolve into a charity’s social ‘tone of voice’ – the aggregate of all their staff – and become a vital aspect to their brand. Take care not to announce a new initiative before the ‘official’ word is out, and if in doubt leave it out, or seek advice (even though embargoes are so last century); Do not say anything that may damage relationships with corporate partners, suppliers, and other charities.

4 Examples Proving Nonprofits Should Offer Trust as a Service (TaaS)

Whole Whale

People know that a lot of the health advice given and being advertised is tainted. In 2020 as the pandemic encroached on our daily lives, food delivery services saw spikes in demand.

We’re 39 percent similar; how can we be exponentially better?

Candid

We listened to the "rising voices of the people we serve" as a foundation staffer framed it recently. At times those voices were passionately personal, at others they were mandates delivered through data. Self-examination was the zeitgeist of philanthropy in 2021. We reflected.

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How to Form and Use an Advisory Board for Your Nonprofit

Get Fully Funded

Giving Advice The most obvious role for a nonprofit Advisory Board is to give advice to the Governing Board and staff. It’s a practice funders like to see, because an Advisory Board gives members of the affected community a voice.

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How To Use Failure As Your Path To Success

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Question : How can someone learn to stifle that negative voice that says, “You can’t, you won’t, and you shouldn’t.”? Wooditch : Be aware of the origin of the voice. Perhaps Wooditch’s best overall advice is to think of “failing more” as “trying more.”

Things We Like (August 2013)

NTEN

You know that little voice in your head telling you you''re not good enough? Jay Smooth has some advice on how to beat that voice , and get back to being awesome. A monthly roundup of our favorite nonprofit tech resources and other goodies. Like machine learning? Data mining? Check out The Shape of Data , but if you like math you could lose hours here. Have you ever stuck with a decision just to see it through, even though it might have been a bad choice?

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7 Ways To Stay Motivated

Eric Jacobsen Blog

It's a powerful read that includes counter intuitive advice and cutting-edge best practices for sales prospecting in today's business world. To learn how to stay motivated, read High-Profit Prospecting , by Mark Hunter.

Rural Farmers Call a Friend: Cisco and OneWorld Partner in India

Tech Soup Blog

Cisco writes about a public-private partnership they have had with British Telecom and OneWorld that offers a voice accessible knowledgebase for rural farmers. LifeLines India allows them to call in and —using a voice activated system in their local language — get advice about their needs. This sustainable model has been in progress for over two years with measurable success.

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Seven Ways To Stay Motivated

Eric Jacobsen Blog

It's a powerful read that includes counter intuitive advice and cutting-edge best practices for sales prospecting in today's business world. To learn how to stay motivated, read High-Profit Prospecting , by Mark Hunter.

Announcing… Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

From building your e-newsletter list to finding your “Twitter voice&# to launching a mobile website and texting campaign on a small budget, this guide presents a step-by-step strategic plan for launching and maintaining successful social media and mobile marketing campaigns. for advice, and no doubt we will be regularly using her book too.”.