6 Tips for Nonprofit Professionals on Speaking Brilliantly with Your Slides

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Looking at your entire presentation from their perspective will not only encourage you to cut any excess information, but also help you to design more compelling slides. What is the best ratio of spoken language to visual slides in your online presentation?

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The Evolution of NPTech: Keynote and slides

Amy Sample Ward

There were interesting conversations at every turn and I also had requests to share my notes and slides. Below, you can find my full speech and slides, as well as links to address questions and requests from many of those I met with. Slides. Yesterday, I had the huge honor and pleasure to present the keynote at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits ‘ NPTech Conference, eStrategy in an iWorld.

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Social Media for Non-Profits - Workshop slides

Wild Apricot

Here are the slides from my Mesh workshop - Social Media for Non-profits. Great opportunity? Colossal waste of time? The answer is YES. Social Media for Non-Profits Workshop View more presentations from Wild Apricot. social media training Social networking

Inspired Blogging for Social Change (Video + Slides)

Have Fun - Do Good

You can watch the video on the Mission List website, or on the player below: I''ve also uploaded the slides to SlideShare , if you want to flip through and/or download the presentation: There are links at the end to all of the inspiring blog examples. Hello Have Fun, Do Gooders! This summer I taught a webinar about Inspired Blogging for Social Change for The Mission List.

Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp: Session Slides

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

As promised, I'm posting the slides from the session that Susan Gordon from Causes and I gave this afternoon at Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp Thanks! As promised, I'm posting the slides from the session that Susan Gordon from Causes and I gave this afternoon at Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp Thanks! Craig's List Nonprofit Bootcamp View more OpenOffice presentations from kanter.

The Openness of Slides

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Now, this was ten years ago, so he used Kodak slides (remember those) as his visuals. Of course, he gave attribution to all his funders, showing a slide of the project they funded and often including a logo. He mentioned that at one point he was getting calls from funders asking, "Bill, how can I get into your slide show?" She has also shared her slides and wiki here. For the recent presentation, several colleagues shared their slides with me.

Building Blocks of Social Media - Webinar slides and notes

Amy Sample Ward

Here’s my slide deck: Social Media Building Blocks. You can see screen shots of both of these in the slide show above. Today was the first webinar in the Storytelling & Social Media series from NTEN and TechSoup Global. I’m happy to say that I had the great honor of serving as the speaker for the webinar and had a ton of fun.

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Mashable's Summer of Social Good Slides

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Be A Generous Geek View more presentations from kanter. Be A Generous Geek View more presentations from kanter. fundraising2.0

NTEN #ONTC: Slides, Resources, and Reflections from ROI Session

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

ONTC Slides View more presentations from kanter. ONTC Slides View more presentations from kanter. I just finished my session on ROI as part of the Online Nonprofit Technology Conference - a two-day virtual conference. I presented on ROI and Nonprofit Technology. My presentation is based on Chapter 3 of NTEN's book. The chapter includes detailed checklists, case studies, and how-to steps for analyzing ROI for nonprofit technology projects.

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Social Media for Non-Profits - Workshop slides

Wild Apricot

Here are the slides from my Mesh workshop - Social Media for Non-profits. Great opportunity? Colossal waste of time? The answer is YES. Social Media for Non-Profits Workshop View more presentations from Wild Apricot.( read more ).

Top 5 Fundraising Ideas from The Next Generation of American Giving [+Slides]

Connection Cafe

Online Fundraising Blackbaud fundraising ideas fundraising infographic fundraising research fundraising slides fundraising tips next generation of american giving All generations are not created equal! But you knew that, right?

Advocacy in the Cloud slides and recording

gokubi.com

Below is the recorded presentation, as well as the slide deck we presented. I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a Dreamforce session where two amazing people talked about how their organizations have gone all-in with engagement. The DC Project and Idaho Conservation League are each betting their futures on engagement, and in very different ways. Sara Arkle talked about how Idaho Conservation League is turning the organizational ship to find a new generation of supporters.

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Durff's Slide Show: Why Integrate Blogging

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

My twitter friend Durff asked for feedback on her slide show. The title slide - "Teaching to Transform" should be a second or two longer and then hit me a visual that shows "transformation" -- maybe a bored student and then an engaged one. I thought it was excellent and told her so. She pushed me for some "analytical criticisms" because it for a class/grade and asked me not to diplomatic.

Minnesota Nonprofits and Technology Conference Keynote: Slides

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

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A Slide From Downes Recognition Factor Presentation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A Slide From Downes Presentation Originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg. This slide caught my attention and I took a screen capture. I downloaded the powerpoint and browsed it quickly. I'm assuming that Stephen Downeshas licensed this presentation under CC by NC and that extends to screen captures from Powerpoint? His description: Connective knowledge is based on pattern recognition of emergent phenomena in networks.

Resources and Slides: Ten Nonprofit Work Practices for Impact without Burnout

Beth Kanter

Slides. Yesterday, Aliza Sherman and I shared some insights from our forthcoming book “ The Happy Healthy Nonprofit ,” a work in progress. During the one-hour free webinar hosted by Wild Apricot , we share some ideas, got feedback, and identified additional people and organizations to interview for the book.

Pecha Kucha

NCE Social Media

How it differs from your traditional PowerPoint presentation is that the speaker uses 20 slides and has 20 seconds per slide to speak. The slides are set up to auto-run so they advance automatically. Then after the 6:40 is up (20 slides x 20 seconds = 6 minutes 40 seconds) the presenter sits down. You can also post them to the web if you videotape your live presentation or if you record audio of your talk to match the slides.

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Slides by New OMB e-Gov Head Vivek Kundra

Forum One

His slides from our event (with audio) are available below: Creating the Digital Public Square View more presentations from forumone. Federal News Radio reported today that Vivek Kundra, Chief Technology Officer for the District of Columbia, has taken a position as new Office of Management and Budget administrator for e-government and information technology: Kundra comes to OMB from the Washington city government where he was chief technology officer.

Slides from Nonprofits, Healthcare, and Social Media Keynote

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

BTW, the photo that graces the cover of this slide show was taken by Patricia). | View | Upload your own. I was invited to give a keynote at a gathering of 300 IT leaders and managers who work for a large healthcare nonprofit. To prepare for this presentation, I used social media tools not only to locate the experts and good examples, but this time invited them to collaborate in a google doc that ultimately became the wiki resource page.

Social Media, Nonprofits, and the Role of Individuals

Amy Sample Ward

You can view the slides below or view the PDF w/ Speaker Notes for more information about the slides. Tags: presentation data individuals nonprofits research slides social media uk us This morning I had the pleasure (and some anxiety, to be honest) of presenting to the SANGONeT Conference taking place this week and next in South Africa.

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Kentucky Nonprofit Workshop on Web 2.0: Slides, Reflections, and Notes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Many folks at the workshop wanted access to copies of the slides. What I am finding is that workshop participants need slides with information that can help explain all this to their executive directors and help initiative a conversation. That's a video blog post I did to demonstrate how a simple technique for creating effective videos using your cell phone or digital camera and placing it one the web, in this example, on YouTube.

6 Proven Ways to Grow Your eMail List using Facebook [w/ Slides]

Connection Cafe

” Bonus material … For those who attended our npEXPERTS webinar series … here are the free Facebook marketing videos [by John] and the slides from the session. Growing your email list is core to any nonprofit’s email marketing strategy. The reason growing your email list is such a big deal is because of attrition. You see, email lists bleed out. People loose interest. Which means fresh blood needs to be added on a regular basis.

My Slides from the Keynote from Making Media Connections

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

| View | Upload your own. Britt Bravo took some notes here (thanks Britt!). WiredPR Works did an awesome job of notes too (thanks Barbara

My Slides from the Screencasting Session and Please Vote.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

These are my powerpoint slides from the Screencasting Session at NTC. I've put the presentation (and almost all my other presentations) into Slide Share. If you didn't write down the wiki, it's here and if you didn't get a hard copy of the Idealware article, it's here. My favorite quote about the session was from Jason Zannon at Democracy in Action: Beth Kanter delivers herself of a tour de force on screencasting.

The Cute Dog Theory: Slides From Funders Network Briefing

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

| View | Upload your own. Last night when I was putting this talk togther, I got a last minute bolt of inspiration from Ethan Zuckerman's talk at E-Tech called the cute cat theory. It's call the cute dog theory. Notes and links on the wiki

eMetrics Panel Slides, Notes, and Blog Posts: ROI of Blogging, Twitter, and Digg for Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

E-Metrics: Followers, Friends, and Fans - Expanding Your Online Community View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: blogging nptech ). Marshall Kirkpatrick has a great post over at Read/Write Web about keeping momentum.    In that post, he describes one technique - make yourself a public case study.    So, in that spirit,  I'm sharing my presentation from last week which is a case study of my blogging ROI. 

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Notes from Webinar: Social Media for Organizations

Amy Sample Ward

I had a bit of fun with it, especially with the pictures on the slides, by using a party metaphor: Social Media for Organizations: Enjoy Your Own Party! Here are the slides (Hint: visit the slideshare site by clicking on the link below to see the speaking notes as well!). Tags: presentation socialmedia intro slides social media Earlier this month, I had the great pleasure and honor to lead a webinar with Lori Jacobwith ’s community.

SXSW: Social Media Nonprofit ROI Poetry Slam - Slides, Links, and Poems (long)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

SXSW Poetry Slam Slides View more presentations from kanter. Today, I am moderating a panel at SXSW about Social Media Nonprofit ROI in the format of a poetry slam. The panel will be in room 18BCD at 5: 00 PM. The description: What works and rhymes? A creative report on non-profits, social media, and effective ROIs delivered as poetry slam and expertly judged including interactive crowd participation. Come measure success.

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Please end your slide show with this. Distributed ask. www.engagewithgrace.com

Network-Centric Advocacy

Here is an interesting distributed ask (please end your power point with this "one slide"). Here is what you do Talk About It * Commit 2 minutes to present The One Slide at your next company meeting * Share the slide with loved ones over dinner * Be able to answer the questions for yourself and for your loved ones * Answer the five questions on our site * Encourage others to do the same

NTEN and TechSoup Webinar: Share Your Story - ROI and Social Media - Slides and Notes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

There are a couple of bonus slides in the deck about how to use metrics for podcasts and video. Corey Pudhorodsky of the 501-Casts was kind of enough to create some slides for me. Share Your Story: ROI, Social Media, Nonprofits. View more presentations from kanter. tags: nonprofits roi ). The hardest part of putting this presentation together was using the template because it reminds me why I think powerpoint is evil !

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Two Excellent Examples of Storytelling about web.20 adoption in slide shows

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I especially like slide 13Here are two wonderful slideshows I found on Slideshare both on the same topic: Web2.0 adoption at the enterprise level. Note the visual style with a narrative structure. This are very engaging ways to do presentations.

Slides from Kellogg Action Lab: College of Consultants - Making Sense and Success with Social Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

My slides and other resources are on the wiki. College of Consultants Presentation - Kellogg Action Lab View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. tags: nonprofits socialmedia ). Last week I facilitated a workshop at the Kellogg Action Lab's College of Consultants Convening. Kudos to Ron McKinley, Tim Brostrom, and Mai Neng Moua for doing such an excellent job of hosting and organizing this event.

NpTech Tag Summary: NpTech Slide Decks, Twitter Saves Children, and Visualizing Information for Advocacy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

NpTech Slide Decks SlideShare is like YouTube for powerpoint presentations. It also offers groups where members can share slide decks. Here's a roundup of recent additions: Social News for Social Good is about how to build buzz with Digg by Jonathon Coleman and the slide show he presented at Forum One - Social Sites for Social Good. Be sure to check out slide 13 that answers the question, What Can We Measure for Web2.0?"

Slides and Notes from Meyer Memorial Trust Nonprofits and Social Networks KeyNote

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Here's the slides from the presentation. | View | Upload your own. Thanks to Mazarine Treyz! for taking great notes ! The rest of the day was a small group exercise where folks were given a nonprofit scenario and asked to work on a social networking strategy, outcomes, and discuss metrics. The report out at the end of the day was amazing. and I'll some reflections shortly. Photos here Notes are also over on the Meyer Memorial Trust wiki.

AAM Recap: Slides, Observations, and Object Fetishism

Museum 2.0

You can view and download all the slides here. I just returned from the American Association of Museums (AAM) annual meeting in Philadelphia. I led two sessions, one on visitor co-created museum experiences, and the other on design inspirations from outside museums. This post recaps these sessions and offers my own struggles and thrills of the conference.

Twitter Backlash is Officially In Progress. Dang. need to update my slide show.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Let the backlash begin. I've seen it before and it here it comes again. Twitter is having stress issues. Learn more from this interview by Jesse Stay. What will the alternative to twitter Be? Maybe it???s s Jaiku (with its newly minted Google money), or perhaps Pownce, maybe its BrightKite, or FriendFeed, Tumblr, or any other number of alternatives. Oh yeah. it's not about the tools, it is about strategy and outcomes. but once those are in place, you have to explore the tools

AAM 2010 Recap: Slides, Surprises, and a Banjo

Museum 2.0

You can view and download all the slides here. You can view and download the slides here. A few things that stood out: Beck Tench continues to blow me away with her thoughtful, clever, and powerful approach to her work (and her slide presentations). This year, the American Association of Museums annual conference was in Los Angeles (my hometown). It featured mariachis, an extraordinarily odd panorama , and a fabulous beer hall with superb french fries.

Women Who Tech Conference: Social Media Hot or Not? My Slides

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

| View | Upload your own. Later today, I am speaking on a panel at the WomenWhoTech Conference. Web 2.0: Hot Or Not? 5:15 PM EST Twitter! Facebook! Panelists share their opinions on the latest trends in Web 2.0 and how organizations can effectively use them to build community as well as as how to measure the real ROI???s. Panelists: Heather Holdridge, Care2.com, Connie Reece, Social Media Club and Frozen Pea Fund, Beth Kanter Moderator: Allyson Kapin, Women Who Tech and Rad Campaign.

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New on SSIR: Organizations and Individuals Fundraising in Social Media

Amy Sample Ward

You can review the slides from my whole presentation, as well as all of the speaker notes, here. Tags: events fundraising presentation facebook individuals notes slides socialmedia ssir I have a new post up on the Stanford Social Innovation Review blog and I’d love to hear your thoughts! You can read the full post and comment on the SSIR blog or be part of the conversation below.

Slides from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Local Initiatives Funding Partners Annual Meeting - Web 2.0 Workshop

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

| View | Upload your own. Resource Sheet I had the opportunity to do two workshops here. Lately, I have been working with the fundraising, communications, and marketing side of nonprofits on adopting Web2.0 strategies and tools. This audience was different. It was mostly people who provide direct social or medical services, program directors, and executive directors and mostly baby boomers like me. I got some great questions as you would expect.

Splashr - A Way to Make Slide Shows Out Of Flickr Photos

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of the things you have to do with user-generated content -- participatory media projects is show the work to encourage others to jump in. Lacking any programming skills to speak of, I've been looking at widgets and tools that put an easy interface to flickr that let you display photos. Alan Levine left me a comment suggested Splashr and shared his notes. Unfortunately, it didn't have an option for "groups" - you can only pull photos based on tags or a user.

Everyone's Smithsonian: Video, Slides, and an Open Strategic Planning Process

Museum 2.0

The slides are also available for download. Two weeks ago, I conducted a participatory exhibit design workshop with staff at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Between the giant squid brainstorming and experimentation, I gave a talk to the larger Smithsonian Institution about multi-platform museum experiences.

Wild Apricot Blog : Impact of Online Technology on the Non-Profit Sector Slides

Wild Apricot