Introducing an Awesome New Podcast About Workplace Culture


So perhaps I am biased, as the Culture Chat podcast is my podcast I have started producing over at WorkXO, but it really is awesome and I want to share it with you. And don’t forget to give us a review if you like these podcasts! Help.,

Get Help in Telling the Story of Your Nonprofit's Impact

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If you don't have a local group (I can help fix that problem! ), there are also free online guides and a global Twitter chat October 5 using the hashtag #storymakers2017. TechSoup and the NetSquared meetups are here to help. Code for America Civic Hack Night.

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NetSquared: The Place for Free Nonprofit Tech Help

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We have groups in 20 countries, and last year we held 600+ events helping 17,000+ nonprofit employees, board members, volunteers, and community leaders. And if there isn't a group nearby, we'll help you start one. Central and South America. Central and South America.

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

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At Exponent Philanthropy, one of the ways we help our members look inward is via our annual Foundation Operations and Management Report. I recently had the opportunity to chat with Jamie Serino of MicroEdge + Blackbaud on his Champions of Social Good podcast. Depending on the reports you read about the exact pay gap in America, the number we found is very close to those found throughout society. Take a listen to the podcast and study the report.

Obama's podcasts and Clinton's version of Slamdance

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I found another cool podcast today--by Barack Obama ! You can download it straight from the iTunes Music Store, listen to it on his site or subscribe through his site and listen to it though a podcasting application (iTunes, Odeo, iPodder, iPodderX, Doppler, NetNewsWire).

Twenty "Fearless" Changemakers

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Are there any who you'd like to hear interviewed on the Big Vision Podcast ? Darius Graham | Social Innovation Project | Washington, DC The Social Innovation Project tackles pressing social issues by providing seed funding and resources to help transform ideas into sustainable programs.

Video Didn't Kill the Radio Star: The Not-for-Profit Exchange


But if it's important to you, feel free to call them "live podcasts".) Started in 2010, the purpose of the show is to have the conversations on how the private and public worlds can help each other and work better together. Flickr: Fernando Candeias Pundits love to declare radio dead.

The Networked NGO in Pakistan

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Even more importantly, the practice of connecting measurement and decision-making will help organizations improve practice and results, and document value. Then we did several rounds of speed dating which allowed for a lot of peer to peer help on using tools.

Secret Agent L: Covering the Globe with Random Acts of Kindess

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You can listen to our chat on the Big Vision Podcast website , or via iTunes , and I've posted the edited transcript below. A big thanks to the Big Vision podcast listener/Have Fun, Do Good reader, Terez Williamson , who suggested that I interview Laura for this show. How can I help?"

Have Fun Do Good Link Love: Right Brain Business Plan, Blog Action Day, and Oprah

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NEWS Below is a roundup of blog posts and podcast interviews I've published since my last Have Fun Do Good Link Love (where did the month go?):

The Nonprofit Publisher’s Perfect Storm

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Although, we serve members around the world, our average member works in the human resources department of a large company (5,000+ employees) in North America. We’ve had some success with video, blogs and podcasts— but monetizing these media is still pretty illusive.

Love to Learn Tech Tips in Person? NetSquared Is for You!

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The targets need to be linked like so: --> Jump to events in North America or go international with events in. Central and South America. TARGET END LINKS ## Central and South America. ## North America. ## Africa. ## Europe. ## Asia and Pacific Rim. --> North America.

Have Fun Do Good Link Love: WeAreMedia Webinar, Pottery Bloggers & Cupcakes in Mason Jars

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NEWS I'm co-presenting with Michael Hoffman of See3 Communications about "storytelling" during the WeAreMedia Webinar September 23rd. I'll be talking about how nonprofits can use blogs to tell their stories, and Michael will be talking about how nonprofits can use video.

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What Are Your 2008 Activist Resolutions?

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I recently finished reading A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide by Samantha Power. It was probably one of the best books I've read and definitely helped me to better understand the issue, and America's policies and history around it.

How Can You Make An Impact?

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BlogHer co-founder Lisa Stone asks us to make our own "transition plan," and ask ourselves how are we are each going to help create change in America. I'll be posting a transcript this week, or next week from my Big Vision Podcast interview with Marianne Manilov of The Engage Network.

And the Winner is. Jaffe's Join the Conversation Book Giveaway and How To Do A Giveaway Contest on Your Blog

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He attended the Cambodian Blogging Summit and received the digital audio recorder to create language lessons for his students (offline podcasts!) (The Computer classes are very popular, and these skills are a real help as students look towards future employment

Do Good Fraternity

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I listen to a few podcasts, UNICEF , Barack Obama , Ebert and Roeper , the ONE Campaign and the 501c3Cast. Their January 3rd show has an interview with Chad Coltrane of Push America. Push America provides ways for members of the fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi to work with and improve the lives of people with disabilities. 501c3Cast Push America Pi Kappa Phi

Goodbye iPhone – First 24 hours of Android

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I feel like I can type much faster than on the iPhone, although it might be the increased screen real estate which helps. If I’m listening to a podcast (see apps below) pushing the button doesn’t pause playback. The larger screen helps too.

Guest Post by Rebecca Leaman: Social Media for Non-Profits: 26 Great Slideshare Presentations You Can Use

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E-Metrics: Followers, Friends, and Fans: Expanding Your Online Community Beth Kanter’s presentation advocates “ROI thinking” to help build a community around your blog: using measurements to tell you what works and what doesn’t. ROI of Listening: America Red Cross Case Study (Beth Kanter).

See3 Celebrates Blog Action Day

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October 15th is Blog Action Day , an annual nonprofit event that aims to unite the world's bloggers, podcasters and videocasters to post about the same issue on the same day.

An Internet Lesson in a Rural Cambodian Village: And Then You Wait.

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I launched a bloggers campaign and Twitter Wall of Fame as part of the Sharing Foundation's America's Giving Challenge. (To Jay and Ryanne taught him how to use the camera and I helped him again a month later when I was there.

08NTC Day of Service: Wireless Network Installation and Training at the Community Center of St. Bernard

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It was an honor to be able to provide some help to this community and I'm grateful for the opportunity to talk with residents and keep the hope and momentum of positive work flowing. On the Capitol Hill, it is always the service providers fault for not having America wired.

Resource Roundup 5/21 | Idealware


Skip to Main Content Area Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Resource Roundup 5/21 By Laura Quinn , May 21, 2007 5 Free Online Video Editing Sites Reviewed ( ExtremeTech ) Useful reviews of five free online tools that allow you to do basic video editing - such as scene transitions, cuts, splices, loops, audio overlays.

Hunger Is A Global and Local Issue: Some Ways To Take Action

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"With living costs soaring, many local families are struggling to makes ends meet, and nowhere can it be seen with more clarity than on the lengthening lists of people being helped by the local food pantry." I left A Comment To Help With Tyson Foods Hunger Relief in California.

How Long Does It Take for 250 Super Connected Gnomedex Geeks to raise $2,500 for Cambodian kids?

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I started with a story about how Ponzi and Chris helped me demonstrate the networked effect with flickr and twitter for a nonprofit training, then told my story about the Case Foundation and Parade Magazine's America's Giving Challenge , and then I set up a real time fundraising challenge.

Jon Husband, Guest Post: The New Realities of Engagement – Stories That Drive Action Planning and Implementation

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This post was based on a post developed by Rob Paterson three weeks ago, as we seek to design a pilot project in support of an important multi-constituent project Rob is helping to guide. To help Americans take back their power to control their lives and their communities. .

The Last Blogpotomac: A New Community Rises from the Ashes

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I'm writing this post from 30,000 feet aboard Virgin America as I fly back to California from a whirlwind week on the East Coast. It helped me write this post - " What Color is the Social Web? ". There are only select people using it now which make it less helpful.

Interview with My Dad, Tom Aageson, Co-Founder, Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship

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We want to give people an opportunity to really develop, innovate, and preserve their own culture." -- Tom Aageson, co-founder, Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship A week, or so ago I interviewed my Dad, Tom Aageson, for a special Father's Day show on the Big Vision Podcast.

Solutionary Women: Alli Chagi-Starr, Ilyse Hogue, Melinda Kramer and Reem Rahim

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I asked four of the women who I had previously interviewed for the Big Vision Podcast to share what brought them to their work, and their advice for the graduate and undergraduate women who attended the conference. I also produce several podcasts, one of which is called the Big Vision Podcast.

Fair Trade Certified: An Interview with Paul Rice of TransFair USA

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Paul Rice, the founding president and CEO of the Oakland based nonprofit, TransFair USA , answers these questions and others in an interview for the Big Vision Podcast. You can read a transcript of the podcast below. Why should consumers buy Fair Trade Certified products?

nfp 2.0 » A Chicken is not just for Christmas

Rebooting Charity

1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18) Oxfam America will launch its first ‘alternative gift’ catalogue next week.

Interview with Zainab Salbi, Founder of Women for Women International

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This is my second year as a "sister," which means that I pay $27 a month to support one woman for a year while she goes through a program to help her rebuild her life after war. At the end of the year, upon their graduation, the goal becomes, how can we help them get a job?

Tools to End Poverty: An Interview with Martin Fisher of KickStart

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KickStart is a nonprofit that develops and markets new technologies in Africa that help local entrepreneurs to establish small businesses. You can also listen to it on the Big Vision Podcast. That's true in America, but it's even more so where we're working. How can they help?

Women's Earth Alliance: Co-Directors Melinda Kramer and Amira Diamond

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Below is an edited transcript of our conversation for the Big Vision Podcast which you can listen to online , or download from iTunes. How do they help to address some of the challenges and problems that you just spoke about? "To us, it's really about collaboration.

What Can I Do About Genocide? An Interview with Janessa Goldbeck

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Below is an edited transcript of our conversation on the Big Vision Podcast. So, with a friend, and the help of his parents and teachers and community leaders, he began a campaign to divest the state pension system of California from the worst offending companies doing business in Sudan.

Small Groups Can Change the World: An Interview with Marianne Manilov of The Engage Network

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Last week, after the election, BlogHer co-founder Lisa Stone, asked What Will You Do To Change America? Below is an edited transcript of an interview, which you can also listen to on the Big Vision Podcast. and then a team of people that helps you get there.

All for Green, and Green for All: An Interview with Van Jones

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Consequently, it is a special treat for me to share with you the transcript of my interview with him for the Big Vision Podcast. Put it right up front and be constructive with real solutions that can help everybody. They'll say, "No, it's America.

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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

We believe that in giving, as in everything else, generosity and good intentions are helpful but not sufficient. I have a new TV show that travels America and helps the most amazing volunteers to fund their projects.

Off the Mat, Into the World: An Interview with Seane Corn

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"We want to support anyone who is interested in engagement, but we want to help them do it in a way that is healthy for them, creates community, and creates longevity, so that everyone wins, and no one gets burnt out or sick. You can also listen to the interview on the Big Vision Podcast. *

Bryant Terry: Eco-chef, Food Justice Activist, Author of Vegan Soul Kitchen

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You can listen to the interview on the Big Vision Podcast : Or read the edited transcript below. In America, I think oftentimes one of the first things that gets cut are people's food budgets.