Networking

ASU Lodestar Center

Networking. It’s simple: networking is necessary to progress at any level in business and is especially paramount for nonprofit leaders. Networking helps build a professional reputation backed by a cadre of supporters and believers. Sentari Minor networking

WEB Network: The Well-Being and Equity Bridging Network

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I have been working on an exciting project along with dream team of network thinkers and people who are excited about the idea of how collective action drives health in our communities. The network is called “WEB” which stands for The Well-Being and Equity Bridging (WEB) Network.

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Anti-Social Network

NCE Social Media

There is now an anti-social media network that uses social media to allow you to avoid people you know. Well, it’s come to this.

The Networked Nonprofit – #10NTC

Amy Sample Ward

Social networks and social media has busted out of the marketing communications and fundraising silos and changing the way nonprofits deliver programs, manage, and even govern. This session will take a look about these trends and how nonprofits can equipment themselves to be networked nonprofits. What is the Networked Nonprofit? Working through networks allows us to scale social change projects geographically and geometrically. BE: understand networks.

Book Review: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit

Amy Sample Ward

I recently got my copy of Measuring the Networked Nonprofit by Beth Kanter and Katie Delahaye Paine. One that really speaks to me is the point that “measurement helps nonprofits understand and improve their social networks.”

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Voluntary Sector Network | guardian.co.uk

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Voluntary Sector Network | guardian.co.uk.

Networked Nonprofit: Get the book!

Amy Sample Ward

Beth Kanter and Allison Fine ‘s book, The Networked Nonprofit , is now out and starting lots of conversations. Let’s start at the beginning: what is a “networked nonprofit&# anyway? Review the slides below for an overview and introduction to The Networked Nonprofit.

How Networked Nonprofits Visualize Their Networks

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Photo Tweeted by @starfocus during a network mapping session at NWF. Danielle connected me to Daniel Chu, Vice President, Affiliate and Regional Strategies and resident network weaving enthusiast. They used sticky notes to visualize the network. E-Mediat Networks

Wisdom About Networks From Encore Network

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Wisdom About Networks From Encore Network – A Guest Post by Leslye Louie and Lyle Hurst. We hope others in Beth’s network will find the SSIR article interesting and helpful. Nancy has gone on to pioneer other networks to promote the broader Encore movement. -

Book: The Network Weaver Handbook

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My friend and colleague, June Holley , has written a much anticipated book, The Network Weaver Handbook. If you are interested in building networks or working as Networked Nonprofit, you need this book right now! Books Networked Nonprofit Networks

Social Media for Alumni Networks

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Engaging and Inspiring Alumni Networks with Social Media from Beth Kanter. This nice deck by Beth Kanter should have good info for any association, not just alumni associations…! ——— This post contains a cool slide deck. Click through if you can’t see it!

The Well-Being & Equity Bridging (WEB) Network

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The last few months I have been honored to serve on a team as a trainer, a team lead by Leadership Learning Community with the purpose to activate a network focused on the intersectionality of equity, well-being, and health.

The Intersection of Systems and Network Leadership

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It made me wonder about the similarities and differences between “systems” and “networks.” ” June Holley , guru of network weaving, said “ Big overlap! ” By this definition, Network Weavers are system thinkers, if not system leaders as well.

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Get Networking: Using a CDN to Speed Up Your Site

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Ever heard of a Content Delivery Network (CDN)? It’s also easy to set up and had a decently large network of globally distributed servers. The post Get Networking: Using a CDN to Speed Up Your Site appeared first on Byte Technology’s Web Design Insights Blog.

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2011 Non-profit Social Networking Survey

NetWits

I just got an email from Holly Ross, the Executive Director of the Non-profit Technology Network – better known as NTEN. What’s the Nonprofit Social Networking Survey? How can I get the 2011 Social Networking Benchmark Report for Non-profits?

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Let Your Networking Lead to Donations

NonProfit Hub

Among the best ways to build those relationships with current donors and to gain new ones is networking. Ah yes, networking: the word we’ve heard on repeat at every conference and seminar we’ve ever been to. If your nonprofit networking is off to a rocky start, these steps can make the process go a little smoother. Network because you care. So when you’re networking, treat them as individuals instead of opportunities for money.

A Guide to Evaluating Networks

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This was fairly early in the Foundation’s exploration of networks and Madeleine came in to discuss her approach to evaluating networks. We draw a lot of network depictions on napkins and had an amazing conversation. Real network examples.

The Networked NGO in Pakistan

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Networked NGOs and Social Media Integrated Into Organizational Communications. Also on Day 2, we shared examples of Networked NGOs from different places in the world as well as used a case study exercise focusing on NGOs in Pakistan that had used social media effectively.

Smarter Nonprofit Networking: Building A Professional Network That Works for You

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Your professional network is your greatest asset no matter what stage you are in your nonprofit career, whether you are an emerging leader or an acknowledged thought leader in your industry or somewhere in between. How do you create the inner circle of your network?

Why Building Resilient Networks Matter

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Note from Beth: I’ve wrote about the importance of building resilience in networks given the complex and connected environment we live in today. Lessons Learned About Resilient Networks from Super Storm Sandy by Pat Brandes, Executive Director, the Barr Foundation. Networks

The Networked NGO in India

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This was the launch of a peer learning group called “ The Networked NGO ,” based on the ideas in my book, The Networked Nonprofit. The four-day intensive face-to-face training was for senior level staff and their social media staffers. Networked Nonprofit Networks Training Desig

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Networking Your Nonprofit: The Basics

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Networking Your Nonprofit: The Basics : Things to Think About The following are some questions from our article — Networking 101: Understanding Your Needs — that might help to guide your network planning process by taking stock of what you have and need

Talking Shop with Network Designers and Weavers for Social Change

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A part of my practice is around network design and facilitation and one of my most respected colleagues in this area is Eugene Eric Kim. Flisrand , who is a network weaver for sustainability networks, was in town and he was organizing an informal gathering.

Disconnecting From The Network

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Disconnecting From The Network : "NPower, the national network of nonprofit technology consulting and training organizations, has restructured. The New York office is rebranding itself as the national organization and the other network members have to decide whether to retain their affiliation and names or become independent.

Networks Are Beautiful

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Bob Agres Executive Director of Hawai’i Alliance for Community Based Economic Development said that network weaving is the humility to discover the unique gift of each person you encounter and to connect it with a need. NetworksPhoto by Rumpleteaser. Guest post from Stephanie McAuliffe.

The Art of Tidying of Your Online Professional Network Connections

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I’ve just finished teaching an online course for The Knight Digital Media Center @ USC Annenberg for community foundation leaders on practical networked leadership skills. So, you might want to “Kondo” your connections in your online professional network!

The Power of Our Collective Professional Networks and Transdisciplinarity Learning

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Once we mapped the network on the wall before our eyes, we reflected on the following questions: * What are the points of connection? Then I asked for a volunteer to make a connection with one of their networks to introduce themselves. Are you getting new ideas from your network?

Network Mapping – are you doing it?

SocialFish

Have we progressed any with the idea of network mapping ? There are two different lens to think about network mapping. You can do a whole network analysis. The map can be of social media conversations, for example these network maps of Twitter conversations.

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Social Media, Networks, and Data in Patient Healthcare Networks

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This post summarizes some of the insights related to the effective use of networks and data in healthcare information and patient advocacy. It got started in upstate NY by Pat Quinn and through social networks, it spread to Pete Frates. Click for Twitter Transcript.

craigconnects: A Network of Networks

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth: I’m honored to host a guest post from friend Craig Newmark who is launching a new site, a network of networks. I&# m still recovering from jet lag from the E-Mediat project where I spent time training technology trainers who work with NGOS about the Networked Nonprofit. We’re living in a connected world, and Craig is going to take where no nerd has gone before. Guest Post Networks

A Preliminary Theology of Social Networks

AFP Blog

A Preliminary Theology of Social Networks : As people like Beth Kanter and Allison Fine made clear in their book, The Networked Nonprofit, networks are the new form of organizational structure in the 21st-century. Actually, Jessica Lipnack and Jeffrey Stamps predicted in 1994 in The Age of the Network that networks would be the signature form of organizations in this century and I wrote about network organizations for the Jewish community in 2001 in Network Judaism).

Tweetcamp: Online network moves to offline community

Amy Sample Ward

One way to accomplish this is to ensure you have a diverse set of organizers - you will tap into networks that do, eventually, overlap, but the influencers you target will push a great diversity of participants towards the event. How will the network maintain the community?

Geosocial Networking: Will it Work for You?

Connection Cafe

That being said, it has been interesting to watch the rise of location based social networks such as Foursquare , Gowalla and Loopt. These geosocial networks are jockeying for position in the social networking world. Author: Josh Shepherd.

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Top Listing of 90’s Cartoon Network Shows

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The 90’s were the prime for Cartoon Network. What are the best Cartoon Network shows of the ’90s? Check our collection of 90s cartoon network shows. The era of the ’90s on Cartoon Network was filled with the most entertaining cartoons.

Social Networking Strategies: The Limits of Cutting and Pasting

Amy Sample Ward

—– Google+, the social network launched by Google nearly 5 months ago, has recently opened up the platform to organizations and brands with a profile type akin to the options for individuals and Pages on Facebook. In a sector where we are always trying to do more with less, we can’t be fooled into thinking our strategies for engagement on online networks can be cut and pasted from one space to the next. otherblogs socialmedia google networking social media ssir strateg

Networks and Social Movements

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In her article Unstill Waters: The Fluid Role of Networks in Social Movements , Robin Katcher describes the several of the roles that networks can play in social movements : Building linkages and connection with a broader movement. How can networks facilitate that? Networks

Techniques and Tools: How To Visualize Your Network

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Ari Sahagun , a consultant who works with social justice groups on network visualizations, called for a group to discuss Network Mapping and Visualization. There are two different lens to think about network mapping. You can do a whole network analysis.

Networks vs. Nodes (IMG)

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Build Community networks nodesPicture by Hugh MacLeod.

How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook

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How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook. This year, Alan invited me to present a webinar for participants in the Marcus Institute Digital Education for the Arts on how Networked Nonprofits use Facebook. Networked Nonprofits practice deep engagement techniques on Facebook.

Video Fridays #7…Social Networking

NCE Social Media

This video is short explanation of social networking websites and why they are popular. Tags: Education and Training Video networking social I’ve added a short video for today’s installment of the Video Friday series. Something simple to cleanse the palate. Something simple to cleanse the palate. Enjoy!

Bringing a Network Mindset to Board Development

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I just published a blog post over at the SSIR blog called “ Bringing a Network Mindset to Board Development.” Having a robust, well-connected network can help your nonprofit find new resources, get new ideas and inspiration, and be more effective. Networked Nonprofit

The Networked Nonprofit Board

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The last chapter of the Networked Nonprofit is on networked governance. There were no examples – so the last chapter of the book is speculative, based on the best thinking of the people who have looked at networked governance.

HIP Network Live Chat #HIPMAY23

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The HIP Network Hybrid Event “ Understanding Meetings Cost in the New Reality ” is happening today from 2:30 – 6:00 pm ET. Follow along here! (If If you can’t see the CoverItLIve window below, click here.). Mark Your Calendars Social Learning