Tue.Jul 16, 2019

Telling Your Impact Story with Donor Statements

Connection Cafe

Information and technology are at the center of everything we do. This is something highlighted often here on npENGAGE as we think about new ways the landscape of fundraising is changing due to the world becoming smaller and more transparent.

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Just One Good Tip To Address Nonprofit Workload Stress

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

When I facilitate staff retreats or workshop on wellbeing in the workplace based on the Happy Healthy Nonprofit , we do some reflective exercises, including taking the nonprofit burnout assessment , identifying stress triggers and reactions before creating a self-care plan and addressing cultural norms.

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How to Write Effective Web Copy (Part 2): Make It Stick

Connection Cafe

Any time your organization puts anything online—e.g., a website, email, social media post, etc.—your your primary goal should always be to make an impression, to stick in the mind of the reader.

Visitors in Focus

Museum 2.0

Visitor (though, really my child) at the Maritime Museum, Greenwich, UK As I said, last week, I’ve been to a travelin’ girl for the last couple of years. Not quite a troubadour, as my karaoke skills are more humorous than sonorous, I’ve enjoyed being on the road. In writing this post, I couldn’t help but think of that old Johnny Cash song, made famous again in hotel ads. The song’s lyrics are basically a litany of places he sang. And, I could do something similar, though that would help no one.

Implementing the right practices in content marketing

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Search engine optimization needs content marketing strategies for better rankings and high traffic. On the other hand, it is necessary to implement the same properly for getting the desired results.

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The Traits Of An Extreme Team

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Extreme Teams is a fascinating book by Robert Bruce Shaw , where he takes you inside top companies and examines not just great teams (your more “conventional” teams), but extreme teams. According to Shaw, extreme teams : View work as a calling —even an obsession.

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