20 Tips for Nonprofits Using Twitter

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With that in mind, I asked some of my favorite people on Twitter to join me in sharing their favorite tips and resources, and with that, I share with you: 20 Tips for Nonprofits Using Twitter. Director of Development, American Red Cross Kansas City Region | Follow @patricksallee.

What Will Your Leadership Legacy Be?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The Kansas City Star newspaper a couple years ago wrote a story about Marion Laboratories and its 60th anniversary. Mr. Ewing Kauffman, fondly known as Mr. K, led Marion during its peak, and is remembered as one of the most effective, influential leaders ever in the Kansas City area.

A Goal Without A Plan Is Just A Wish

Eric Jacobsen Blog

But, goals and plans were top of mind this past weekend. Because of good weather on most weekends, minimal injury setbacks, and a lot of races to select from in the Kansas City area each weekend, I reached my goal in October of that year.

Goal 92

How Will You Be Remembered As A Leader?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The Kansas City Star newspaper last year wrote a story about Marion Laboratories and its 60th anniversary. Mr. Ewing Kauffman, fondly known as Mr. K, led Marion during its peak, and is remembered as one of the most effective, influential leaders ever in the Kansas City area.

A Goal Without A Plan Is Just A Wish

Eric Jacobsen Blog

But, goals and plans were top of mind this past weekend. Because of good weather on most weekends, minimal injury setbacks, and a lot of races to select from in the Kansas City area each weekend, I reached my goal last Saturday, and now with two months left in the year will surpass my goal.

Goal 87

What Will Your Leadership Legacy Be?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The Kansas City Star newspaper last year wrote a story about Marion Laboratories and its 60th anniversary. Mr. Ewing Kauffman, fondly known as Mr. K, led Marion during its peak, and is remembered as one of the most effective, influential leaders ever in the Kansas City area.

3 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofits That Can Boost Professional Success

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

When you have worked in a field a long time (for me it has been over 3 decades), you have to keep an open mind about remembering and reflecting on what you have heard before — looking at as if it was new. I would like to wish all my readers, colleagues, and friends a happy new year!

How Will You Be Remembered As A Leader?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

Do you have a brand strategy?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

Create Core Values

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

Build These Leadership Skills

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

New Book Shows You How To Set A Goal And Then Reach That Goal

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

Goal 56

Do You Really Need To Read Leadership Books?

Eric Jacobsen Blog

What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

A Means to an End

Gavin's Digital Diner

“Hey, who ordered the Kansas City rib-eye,&# says the waiter. Here’s some fried city pigeon.&# “But, I wanted steak…,&# you mumble. In my mind, any project that begins with a list of gadgets, software, hardware, or more trained monkeys, is the problem.

A Means to an End

Gavin's Digital Diner

“Hey, who ordered the Kansas City rib-eye,&# says the waiter. Here’s some fried city pigeon.&# “But, I wanted steak…,&# you mumble. In my mind, any project that begins with a list of gadgets, software, hardware, or more trained monkeys, is the problem. Mind the gap. The failure statistic is often cited, usually with a moan and a wail. It goes like this: 30, 40, or 50 percent of all IT projects go bad.

A Means to an End

Gavin's Digital Diner

“Hey, who ordered the Kansas City rib-eye,&# says the waiter. Here’s some fried city pigeon.&# “But, I wanted steak…,&# you mumble. In my mind, any project that begins with a list of gadgets, software, hardware, or more trained monkeys, is the problem. Mind the gap. The failure statistic is often cited, usually with a moan and a wail. It goes like this: 30, 40, or 50 percent of all IT projects go bad.

A Means to an End

Gavin's Digital Diner

“Hey, who ordered the Kansas City rib-eye,&# says the waiter. Here’s some fried city pigeon.&# “But, I wanted steak…,&# you mumble. In my mind, any project that begins with a list of gadgets, software, hardware, or more trained monkeys, is the problem. Mind the gap. The failure statistic is often cited, usually with a moan and a wail. It goes like this: 30, 40, or 50 percent of all IT projects go bad.