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What can nonprofit technology trainers learn from the social work field to improve their training techniques?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here’s a few frameworks and techniques I learned first hand from Nancy as she accompanied me to the sessions I was leading. It is about simply learning how to use a new tool or technique. Nancy used the phrase “pre-contemplation” and “contemplation” stages of behavior change and introduce me to a behavior change framework.

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6 Tips on How to Use Social Media to Acquire New Donor Prospects

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Cabral, MA, CFRE, MFIA , founder of Development Consulting Services , which serves both fundraising professionals and executive directors new to fundraising, wanting to excel in their fundraising role, or advance in their career. The techniques are the same; it is just the medium that is different.

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Tips To Make Online Meetings Less Exhausting

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You can plan the topics, the minutes you allocate on each topic, the speakers but also the roles for each attendee (facilitator, tech steward, note-taker, etc). We’ve modeled them as part of the session and it allowed us to brainstorm in smaller teams on how to be more engaging in our meetings from now on. List of Energizers.

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Using OpenAI’s ChatGPT for Nonprofit Email Communications (with Examples)


As nonprofit professionals, we often wear many hats, having to fill the roles of copywriter, editor, marketer, and more. ChatGPT is an advanced AI language model that processes vast amounts of information to generate responses to questions and statements entered by the user. If this sounds familiar, then we’ve got some good news.

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70 New Year's Resolutions For Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Don't micromanage Don't be a bottleneck Focus on outcomes, not minutiae Build trust with your colleagues before a crisis comes Assess your company's strengths and weaknesses at all times Conduct annual risk reviews Be courageous, quick and fair Talk more about values more than rules Reward how a performance is achieved and not only the performance (..)

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Outgrowing RFM Segmentation? How Machine Learning Can Help

Top Nonprofits

Machine Learning & Predictive Modeling. This simply wouldn’t be feasible with traditional segmentation techniques (more on this below), but modern technology takes all of the effort and guesswork out of the process. The donor segments produced by RFM techniques are often too broad to be truly valuable or as useful as possible.

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Why your Nonprofit needs an AI Prompt Architect (Job Description)

Whole Whale

Now, as artificial intelligence (AI) continues to reshape our digital landscape, a new role will emerge for nonprofits: the AI Prompt Architect. The future role of AI Prompt Architect will be responsible for designing and implementing AI prompts that improve user experience and achieve business objectives.