Sat.Feb 23, 2019 - Fri.Mar 01, 2019

Tech Day at the Colorado Capitol

VisionLink

Visionlink was pleased to participate in the Tech - Blockchain Day at the Colorado State Capitol this week. Great times, meeting with other technical firms based here in the state, with representatives and senators, and with various legislative staff. We enjoyed a pleasant discussion with Lt.

The Surprising Secret to Improving Employee Engagement

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth: In my own work on activating a culture of wellbeing, employee engagement is a key component to success.

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The sgENAGAE Podcast Episode 87: Digital Transformation of Fundraising

Connection Cafe

What is digital transformation, and how is it impacting fundraising in the social good community? What does digital transformation mean for those organizations themselves?

6 Questions to Consider Before Selecting a New Workspace

NonProfit Hub

This article is sponsored by MINDSPACE. Big-picture issues exist for nonprofits and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) when selecting a workspace. Will the new location and set up help us drive forward the mission and serve our constituents? Does it promote growth and comfort for employees?

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VisionLink

Interoperability Made Real: Open Referral’s Data Standard for Resource Directories Visionlink is dedicated to data standards and data exchange as a necessary part of supporting successful communities. While the value of community services data may have been defined in the past by the strength of the walls around it, today however, tremendous value comes from the ability to be use appropriate data collaboratively among partners.

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Activating A Culture of Resilience in the Nonprofit Workplace

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I’m excited to co-presenting a session at this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference called “ Activating A Culture of Resilience for Sustainable Impact ,” with fellow NTEN board members, Ananda Leeke & Meico Whitlock as well as Carrie Rice.

6 Ways to Harness Your CRM Solution as a Change Management Tool

Connection Cafe

I’ve gone through one CRM solution implementation at a large, public university and I’m about to embark on another. Implementing a CRM solution is opportunity to think boldly about your institution’s future and to chart a new course.

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Improving Your Nonprofit Software Toolkit: 3 Tips for 2019

Frogloop

The start of a new year is the perfect opportunity for implementing new tech strategies, especially when it comes to fundraising. Even if your holiday giving campaigns exceeded your goals, you probably noticed a few gaps or blind spots in your strategies

How to Find Corporate Responsibility Software that Increases Profits

Givinga

Over a 15-year period, corporate responsibility (CR) can increase a company’s market value by 6 percent¹.

Creating the Perfect Editorial Calendar – A Cinderella Story

Connection Cafe

The daily scramble. The sweeping moments of panic. The Google Calendar crammed with notes to share this on social and send that email. The Evernotes. The sticky notes. The quick-dissolving mental notes. The constant influx of requests—“Commserella, can you share this today?”

47 Free Nonprofit Webinars for March 2019

Wild Apricot

Here are all the free nonprofit webinars I could find happening in March 2019

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4 Reasons Why Cause Camp Isn’t Your Average Nonprofit Conference

NonProfit Hub

Cause Camp 2019 is just one month away! We’re so excited to unite all the best people, resources and ideas the sector has to offer under one roof. Here, unlike most nonprofit conferences, you’ll find so much more than run-of-the-mill speaker lectures, cheap coffee and goodie bags filled with pencils. It’s about something deeper—it’s about you and your organization, and your Cause Camp experience informs every decision we make.

Career Advice On How To Be A Better Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Fortunately, most of my career I’ve worked in effective corporate cultures.

Ally Shares Insight Learned from Michelle Obama

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by Sean Mayer Class 13 Public Ally. I was one of the Allies fortunate enough to be selected to hear Michelle Obama speak at Comerica Theater Feb. I have been a longtime follower of the former first lady, but the more intimate parts of her origins I was unfamiliar with; fortunately, this event illuminated her background to me, as well as her next chapter post-White House.

16 Incredible Church Management Software Solutions that Save Time and Money

Wild Apricot

Find out which church membership software best fits your church, what features to look for, and which ones have the best prices

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New Attachments Feature: What It Can Do, and How to Use It

Wild Apricot

Learn how to upload attachments to event and membership forms with our new attachments feature, and get ideas for ways it could benefit your organization

Be Like The Managers You Liked In Your Career

Eric Jacobsen Blog

As a manager, you've undoubtedly worked for other managers in your career. You've likely worked for good managers and for not so good managers. One of the simplest things you can do to ensure you are a good manager is to think about what you liked and disliked about your past managers.

Build Your Team Through Community Service

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you manage a small business or a department within a large organization, a great way to improve the cohesiveness of your employee team is to engage them in an activity away from the workplace. Engaging in a community service activity is a great example. Your team can work at a food bank.

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Acknowledge Employee Personal Milestones

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Your employee will appreciate your acknowledging his/her birthday, advanced degree graduation achievement, wedding engagement, wedding, or other personal milestone event.

The Importance Of Your Soft Skills

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Soft skills, all too often deemed the less important skills for a leader, are needed now more than ever. Soft skills are interpersonal skills that demonstrate a person's ability to communicate effectively and build relationships with others in one-on-one interactions as well as in groups and teams.

Explain Decisions

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Making a decision is one of the most important actions you'll take as a leader. When communicating your decisions to your team, be sure to explain both the process (how you came to the decision) and the reason for making your decision.

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Six Questions To Ask During A Project Review

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here is some great advice from the authors of, Helping People Win At Work. Those authors, Ken Blanchard and Garry Ridge, recommend you ask the following six essential questions whenever you do a project review : What did we set out to do? What actually happened? Why did this happen?

Let It Sit

Eric Jacobsen Blog

As a leader a time will come when you have to write an email, memo or letter to address an issue of great importance or concern to you. Or, perhaps in response to something that displeased you, disappointed you, frustrated you, or upset you. Write that document. Then, let it sit.

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Know When To Change Your Decision

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Leaders make decisions. Good leaders are willing to modify their decisions as changing circumstances and data dictate. If you are stubborn about a decision and think that tweaking your decision will be a sign of weakness, think again. In fact, just the opposite is true.