Four Recommendations for Personal and Professional Branding

Amy Sample Ward

Last month, Farra Trompeter of Big Duck and Danielle Bridgida of National Wildlife Federation presented at the Bridge Conference last week about personal and professional branding. Are you mixing your personal and professional self online?

The Tension of Privacy & Personalization

Connection Cafe

We’re tasked with being more thoughtful about how we use data in our everyday decisioning as fundraisers and marketers, particularly at a time when we can say the nonprofit industry has come a tremendous way in its uses of data for personalized and relevant constituent experiences. We’re now living within the tension between personalization and privacy, and our future impact as fundraisers is largely dependent upon our abilities to adapt to this new reality, today.

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Hyper-Personalization: Using Donor Data to Inspire Loyalty to your Healthcare Foundation

Connection Cafe

As we crawl into a new year, hyper-personalization is a buzzword slowly creeping into the charity lexicon and bound to increase its prominence as the year unfolds. But what does hyper-personalization mean exactly? It’s hard to call this level of personalization “donor-centric.”.

It's Personal

Connection Cafe

And we had 20 years of “personal stereos” (cassette tape and later CDs) that were neither very personal nor very good stereos. They may look alike, but they are highly personal. ” It’s personal. Author: Sara Spivey.

Wellness and Personal Intentions

Museum 2.0

One person burned out behaviors can start a tidal wave of negativity through an organization. I’m the sort of person who finds typos in The Times in seconds. And then I’ll tell you :) Personal goals can have big impact on the work place. This month, the topic is wellness.

The Power of Personalization

SocialFish

The Power of Personalization. The significance of personalization is something nearly 94% of social marketers can agree on. A whopping 40% of businesses pass up on creating a meaningful connection using segmentation and personalization.

Person Finder: 2015 Nepal Earthquake

AFP Blog

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Best Craigslist Personals Alternatives In 2019

SocialFish

What is Craigslist personals? This is a section of the Craigslist website that was founded by Craig Newmark and was designed for the placement of personal messages to individuals, or advertisements of a private nature. Why Craigslist personal was shut down.

[Free Webinar] 10 Ways Personalization Can Increase Donor Engagement

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The answer… personalization. Personalization is no longer the exception, donors expect it and it’s the foundation for a good fundraising strategy. Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2019. Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT. Presented by: Virginia Weinstein of StatusLIVE.

Tips to Maintain Momentum for Your In-Person Fundraising Events Amidst COVID-19

Connection Cafe

With the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19, let’s discuss tips for maintaining momentum for your upcoming events. Fortunately, we live in a time where technology can help bring people together in new and creative ways to fundraise without the requirement of being face-to-face with one another.

Taking Personal Development Seriously

SocialFish

Frequently, these intentions are related to personal development. In human organizations, everyone takes personal development very seriously. It’s hard work to run an organization in a way that truly takes the personal development of everyone there seriously.

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.

Being Open and Personal – Joining the Museum Trends of 2015

Connection Cafe

So when AAM and Blackbaud hosted Trends Watch 2015: Using Open Data and Personalization at Museums with Elizabeth Merritt , Michael Edson , and Stephen Watson , attending it was a definite no-brainer! Personalizing the Museum Experience.

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Acknowledge Employees' Personal Milestone Events

Eric Jacobsen Blog

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

How To Achieve Personal Resilience

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you want to build the psychological body armor to achieve personal resilience, then the book, Stronger , is a must-read for you. And then, remember that no person is, nor ever should be, an island. Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leadership Personal Resilience Stronger

Google Person Finder: Boston Marathon Explosions

AFP Blog

Google Person Finder: Boston Marathon Explosions

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5 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofit Professionals to Build Personal Resilience

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Rituals can also be used by professionals to boost personal productivity because rituals capitalize on our brains’ ability to direct our behavior on autopilot, allowing us to reach our goals even when we are distracted or preoccupied with other things.

Free Personal Safety Apps that Can Call For Help

Find the free stuff

The post Free Personal Safety Apps that Can Call For Help appeared first on PhreeSite.com. Feeling nervous coming back from work, cause you have to walk through a really suspicious neighborhood?

Personal Stories – Arts Orgs Need Not Apply?

Connection Cafe

How do we get personal stories out there? I love this blog from last year that is a quick read on how to get someone to tell their personal story. As we move farther into the age of overshare and crowdsourcing everything from our next pair of shoes to the best performing arts high school for our child personal stories will become more and more important to fundraising efforts. If 40 is the new 30, personal stories are the new mass mailing.

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Connect in Person at #NCVS

Amy Sample Ward

The NCVS conference is an opportunity for volunteer and service leaders to get together for in-person networking and learning. The 2010 National Conference on Volunteering and Service (NCVS) is June 28-30 in New York City.

When Data Gets Personal

Idealware

A few weeks ago, as I was researching DonorsChoose.org for an upcoming case study report on how various nonprofits measure and track their success, I decided to look up my old elementary school on the website.

7 Habits of Effective Personal Fundraisers from CauseVox

Amy Sample Ward

If you’re looking for a resource to help you focus in on just what makes a great personal fundraiser, look no further! Download the free ebook 7 Habits of Effective Personal Fundraisers. Personalize your fundraising. A personalized email is the best way to get donations.

Crossfit, Human Rights, Shakespeare and the Zoo| How Making it Personal Makes all the Difference

Connection Cafe

Seemingly disparate organizations, but the—y all have one thing in common: they all made it personal. Then later that very same week I got a personal phone call thanking me for a first-time donation I’d made to a human rights organization called Traffick911. Get personal.

Let’s Get Personal: How to Ask P2P Participants to Make a Donation

Connection Cafe

By making a donation, participants are saying they care enough to be personally invested in your cause. Make sure any donation links you offer to them go directly their personal donation form so they don’t have to go through a search process.

Keep Better Contact Records with the Personal Email to Notes Feature

The Science Behind Engaging your Supporters

With the personal email to notes feature, fundraisers can easily document their email conversations with donors. For every contact that receives the message, a Contact History of "Personal Email" will be recorded on their record.

Four Tips To Boost Your Personal Resilience While Doing Nonprofit Work

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Photo by Amanda/Flicker. I am thrilled to be presenting with my colleague, Ananda Leeke in Boston next week at the Resilience at Work Conference. We will be doing early morning sessions to engage participants in some mindful moment and movement exercises.

Tools I use: Personal Web Presence

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I’ve had a web presence of some sort since way back when most personal URLs looked something like: [link] In 2002 or so, I ditched HTML for a series of CMS systems for my personal stuff. I used to have two blogs on WP – this blog and my personal blog, but I moved my personal (and author blog) to Drupal, to integrate it with other stuff I had online. My main personal site will be migrated to Drupal 7 soonish.

Balancing Personal and Organizational Brand: Networked Leadership

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

She also added that personal branding for staff is an intentional part of their networked strategy. Earlier this month, I facilitated a workshop for leaders of community foundations in New Jersey for the Knight Digital Media Center on the topic of practical network leadership skills.

The Five Factors Of Personal Resilience

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you want to build the psychological body armor to achieve personal resilience, then the book, Stronger , is a must-read for you. And then, remember that no person is, nor ever should be, an island.

Creating content that feels direct and personal

John Haydon

Regardless of how many people visit your website, there’s one person you need to be paying attention to: The person reading your blog post or Facebook update right now. But consuming web content is a personal activity we participate in as individuals.

Anticipate - Personalize - Integrate

NetWits

Personalize. Gen Yers” expect everything to be open, connected, and personalized. This “outbound” version of the API enables nonprofits to connect and provide personalized interactions with their constituents in Facebook®, MySpace®, and YouTube®, anywhere they shop or order services, and through the technology devices they use.

4 Tips for Creating Harmony Between Work and Personal Life

NonProfit Hub

Here are a few ways you can create and maintain a healthy ratio of work and personal life. Physically scheduling for both work and personal tasks in a single planner can help you see how you’re spending your time. After you’ve tracked how you spend your time , sit down and sketch out an even divide between work and personal obligations. These three things are a part of both work and personal aspects of your life. The same can be said for personal time.

Single Most Important Way That Nonprofit Leaders Make Personal Resilience A Habit

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The session was based on my book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit and covered the topics of recognizing burnout and stress, creating a self-care plan, and implementing new personal resilience habits. What personal resilience or self-care habits have you put into place?

How To Achieve Personal Resilience

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you want to build the psychological body armor to achieve personal resilience, then the book, Stronger , is a must-read for you. And then, remember that no person is, nor ever should be, an island.

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Personal Productivity Tips for Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The first Nonprofit Blog Carnival of 2015 is on the theme is personal productivity. We are living and working in a world that is connected and where sacred space and deep thinking, essential ingredients to online personal productivity and well-being, is almost becoming extinct.

Why learning and personal development plans are important for individual

Gyrus

We provide individual learning development plan (IDP) to assist employees in career and personal wiseWhy learning and development are important trends and issues.

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Non-Profit Leaders as Personal Brands

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of the important issues she raises is “how do you balance a personal brand and an organizational brand to best serve its strategic goals?” Leadership: There are several reasons to build a strong personal brand to help support your non-profit brand. Click to See Larger Image.

Personal Mission and Renewed Motivation: Thoughts from the South Carolina Federation of Museums Conference

Connection Cafe

Here’s what I learned: At the core of each museum is a personal mission. They are only open two days a week for a couple hours, and supported by individuals giving a significant amount of their personal, unpaid time to advocate for this organization.

8 Virtual Meeting Etiquette Essentials for In-Person Participants

Wild Apricot

Has your organization been struggling with engaging virtual participants? These virtual meeting etiquette tips from meeting expert Nancy Settle-Murphy will help. virtual-meeting-etiquette virtual-meetings

Social Organizations Care About Personal Development

SocialFish

That is why social organizations care about personal development. Nearly all organizations give lip service to personal development. It needs to be personal. I’ve been writing the Social Organization column here for a year and a half.

Explain Each Person's Relevance

Eric Jacobsen Blog

So, it's important that you explain the relevance of each person's job. Your employees appreciate clearly knowing how what they do each day specifically contributes to your company's or organization's success. Help each employee or team member to understand how what they do makes a difference.

The Introvert’s Solution to In-Person Events?

SocialFish

When designing any event, it’s important to consider the personalities of prospective attendees – introverts, extroverts and ambiverts. The goal is to create an environment that offers comfortable settings for all participants, regardless of their personality.

Personal Health Data: It’s Amazing Potential and Privacy Perils

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This is one of the first reports using “Personal Health Data” in aggregate, using data points around sleep tracking to look at a natural disaster. As Jacob Harold mused on Twitter, “In such a moment of something so powerful and scary as an earthquake, technology can only observe.”