Strategy as We-Care: An Exercise

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This post shares a useful exercise for your digital team to reflect on what not to do for your digital strategy! Strategy as We-Care: An Exercise – guest post by Miriam Brosseau, Director of Engagement, See3 Communications.

Making Exercise Equipment Accessible

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Rich Thesing, a long-time disability activist and fellow Fellow of the American Leadership Forum in Silicon Valley, has been thinking hard on how to make exercise equipment accessible. There are lots of exercycles that are in health clubs and exercise rooms around the world, but they lack minor accessibility features to make them usable. But, standard exercise equipment won't stop there.

Bring Your Own App - Digital Flexibility Is Being Exercised - The NonProfit TimesThe NonProfit Times

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Bring Your Own App - Digital Flexibility Is Being Exercised - The NonProfit TimesThe NonProfit Times : "The request led her to crowdsourcing apps at national conferences. Pilcher presented roundtable BYOA sessions at the Transformative Learning Conference in Oklahoma City, Okla., this past March and then again at the Association of Nurses in Professional Development’s (ANPD) Aspire to Excel conference in Las Vegas, Nev., in July.

An Offline Social Media Exercise That Improves Online Content

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For the Professional Social Media class I teach at Sonoma State University , I created an exercise designed to help folks practice both content creation and looking at metrics. This exercise helps people to see in real time how much engagement their example post gets.

3 Exercises to Help Bring Confidence to Your Work

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The post 3 Exercises to Help Bring Confidence to Your Work appeared first on The See3 Blog. Storytelling, setting limitations and "killing your babies" can help make great video, and give you a confidence boost in the office. strategy Video web confidence eli talks ted talks video production

Exercise Your Awesome at the NTC Member Lounge

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On Friday, April 9 and Thursday, April 10 attendees at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) will have the opportunity to participate in the member lounge hosted by TechSoup Global by either unwinding with snacks and WiFi, or by getting wound-up with exciting activities designed to inspire and connect. Four activities will be presented over both days, and each activity will be facilitated by winners of the TechSoup Global NTC Networking Challenge.

Tagging for Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing Webinar and Action Learning Exercise I'm

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Next week I'm teaching a two-part online workshop that includes a Webinar, Action Learning Exercise, and A Reflection Discussiona for Extension professionals and how they can begin to use tagging for collaboration and knowledge shraing. The reflection exercise can be found here

Ten Ways To Be A Healthy Leader

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If you're like many leaders, you're "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

How To Become A Healthier Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you''re like many leaders, you''re "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

The Importance Of Employee Wellness Programs

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Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Exercise Fitness Heidi Smith Leadership Workplace Workplace WellnessToday, I welcome Heidi Smith with her guest post on Employee Wellness.

Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership: 70 New Year's.

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Exercise more. skip to main | skip to sidebar Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership Welcome! This blogs tips and ideas are perfect for managers and leaders of all types of small to large businesses and nonprofit organizations.

NetCentric Advocacy: Setting a vision , clarity of purpose and common story: Ruckus Style.

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I was at a sweatshop retreat a few weeks ago that ran a two day exercise along these lines. I was at a sweatshop retreat a few weeks ago that ran a two day exercise along these lines. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « The list and the network: New politial organizing | Main | Sunlight Favorites: Research on Government and Political Activity Web2.0

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Last Updated on Monday, 6 August 2007 10:09 Written by Steve Monday, 6 August 2007 10:09 At the Salesforce Nonprofit Roadmap Summit we did an exercise where we drew out what the future of Salesforce and nonprofits looked like. Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Salesforce-Google Small Business Offering? Salesforce-Google Small Business Offering?

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Book Review: Work That Matters

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” The steps and exercises in the book help you look inward, reflect, but also seek out help from others. Some of these exercises are intended for you to do alone, but others can be done in groups.

NetCentric Advocacy: fastr - a flickr game: Guessing Folk

Network-Centric Advocacy

It is an exercise in photo recognition and culture. It is an exercise in photo recognition and culture. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity.

5 paradoxes of consumer behavior | Beaconfire Wire

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10 Tips For How To Be A Healthy Leader

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If you're like many leaders, you're "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

What Improvisation Can Teach Social Change Leaders

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He lead us on a series of improvisation exercises designed to teach important skills for networked leaders: empathy, awareness, celebrating failure, being open to change and more. David’s improv exercises were designed to help us stretch this muscle and apply to our social change work.

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It's Time to Update the Definition of a Website - Search Engine Watch (#SEW)

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It''s Time to Update the Definition of a Website - Search Engine Watch (#SEW) : The Definition of a Website Must be Updated Out With The Old Unfortunately, the current outdated definition of a website has perpetuated the view of a website as an exercise in technology, rather than a function of business

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How to Be a Wizard at Tech Training Design and Delivery

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The 2016 session took all of the trainers’ lessons learned from the previous session and improved upon the presentation and exercises. Using a content interaction exercise grid to prepare varied interactive exercises (a blank grid is included with the session handouts).

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How To Be A Healthy Leader

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If you're like many leaders, you're "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

How To Be Fitter Faster

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Overall, within the book's four parts , you'll learn: How to motivate yourself to exercise What you need to know about aerobic exercise, strength training and stretching What to eat and how to prevent pain The workouts to help you get fit fast Robert J. I was fit early in my life.

Running for Charity Takes Mobile Turn

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An article at Mashable gives the low down on Charity Miles, an exercise app that nestles nicely on your Apple or Android phone Running for Charity Takes Mobile Turn : You don't have to wait for that run or walk for charity in two weeks. If you have a smartphone, your daily stroll or run can earn money for charity.

Leadership Step By Step

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Spodek guides you through what to do and how to do it in an integrated and comprehensive progression of exercises designed to cultivate key abilities, behaviors, and beliefs through experiences. Yes, it will take you some time to read Joshua Spodek 's new book, Leadership Step by Step.

Experiential Leadership Development

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While the trip was a rich and deep experience, I using this post to reflect on the instructional design of the exercises and small group facilitation techniques. The design included the following structure to allow for full group and small group dialogue, interaction, and exercises.

How To Be A Healthier Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you''re like many leaders, you''re "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

Trainer’s Notebook: Facilitating Brainstorming Sessions for Nonprofit Work

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Group Idea Generation: After laying out the ground rules and a simple warm up exercise, participants are encouraged to share their ideas verbally. Brainstorming Warm Up Exercise. Do a warm up exercise to get people in a positive mindset (see above).

How To Be A Healthier Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you're like many leaders, you're "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

Dell Social Innovation Competition

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Dell Social Innovation Competition: "Welcome to the Dell Social Innovation CompetitionThe University of Texas and Dell are looking for college students from around the world who want to improve areas of critical human need through innovation.Providing a vehicle for taking student innovations from idea to reality, Dell’s Social Innovation Competition is a real-world exercise for perfecting your

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Want More Constituents on Your Website? Don’t Annoy Them!

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Let’s establish this point up front by doing an easy exercise. Now please, literally take the time to do these next two steps, and everything else will make sense. Read, out-loud (quietly, of course if you’re in the office!), at your standard talking pace, the following two lines

DoSomething.org Uses Text Messaging to Help Teens Fight Stress

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So it’s no surprise that breathing exercises can help lower stress & anxiety. Text BREATHE for 3 exercises to try! Exercise 1: Close your eyes. Text 2 for exercise 2. Exercise 2: Place one hand on your chest and the other hand on your abdomen.

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Managing Generational Differences in the Workplace

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Each module contains a 20 minute video, an accompanying assessment, an exercise (equally do-able alone by journaling or in a group), handouts, and further reading – about 8 hours of content. WHOO HOO! I am super excited to share with you our brand new Generations on-demand course.

5 Steps to Addressing Sensitive Conversations in Social Media

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For many organizations social media isn't simply a new medium to learn and manage, its also an exercise in control-or lack thereof. What if users say something inappropriate, out of line with the organization's messaging, or even worse, downright offensive or problematic? I often hear this reasoning for reluctence to utilizing social media by non-profits, espeically by those with an organized opposition and/or sensitive topics

Trainer’s Tip: Your Room Set Up Can Make or Break the Learning Experience

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I had designed the leadership workshop on resilience to include a lot of solo and peer reflection time and small group work and some small amounts of presentation and context to do the exercises.

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[Cool Infographic Friday] Messaging on Social

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Here’s an exercise for you – think about your private online community. Check this one out, courtesy Otherwise. How would you describe it if it was part of this list? What differentiates it from your other digital properties? What does it *truly* say about your organization?

Y of N.Y. Uses Social Media to Collect Stories—and Donors - Social Philanthropy - The Chronicle of Philanthropy- Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas

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Within 48 hours of issuing the appeal by e-mail and social media, the organization received nearly 300 stories recounting childhood swimming lessons, triathlon training, exercise programs started after injuries, and long-ago summer camps Via the Chronicle of Philanthropy Y of N.Y.

10 Ways To Be A Healthier Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you''re like many leaders, you''re "too busy" to exercise on a regular basis. Truth is, there are ways to fit exercise and healthful habits into your busy day that will pay off in dividends. Include exercise times, even if they are just in 10-minute increments, on your calendar.

Trainer’s Notebook: Online Interaction Tools To Engage Your Audience in the Room and Beyond

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In Hartford, I had challenge of a large number of participants, a “master class” type set up, and but a room and time constraints that limited the amount of full group interactive exercises. I experimented with using the polls as part of the opening exercise in the workshop.

Why and How Your #Nonprofit Needs To Bust the Culture of Sitting at Work

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Some experts warn that too much standing can also create health problems. And, if you think you can avoid the health dangers of sitting for prolonged periods because you exercise at the gym every morning, think again. Chris Messina hacked a piano for a standing desk.

Trainer’s Notebook: Group Polling Techniques and Tools and Incorporating Movement

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Help the participants narrow down topics to discuss or work in small group exercises (replaces sticky dot voting and visualize the vote technique). Incorporating Movement Into Icebreakers and Small Group Exercises.

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