The Happy Healthy Nonprofit with Beth Kanter

The Happy Healthy Nonprofit with Beth Kanter
The Digital Nonprofit 2019

 
 
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This recording from The Digital Nonprofit conference is about how and why it is important to treat self-care and a culture of well-being as an organizational strategy and cultural norm. When self-care initiatives are treated as “extras” instead of being built right into the fabric of an organization’s culture or leadership does not model the behavior, they often fall flat.

Beth shares the latest thinking on self-care and well-being in the nonprofit workplace based on the presenter’s book “The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout.” Going beyond a narrow focus on physical health and wellness, she will share examples and insights from nonprofits that have created and implemented a culture of well-being in the workplaces that supports results.

And be sure to join us on October 6, 2020 for the next edition of The Digital Nonprofit.

3 Keys to Rocking Your Next Integrated Campaign with Kimberly Shearon

3 Keys to Rocking Your Next Integrated Campaign with Kimberly Shearon
The Digital Nonprofit 2019

 
 
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It seems that integrated campaigns are all the buzz these days. But what does “integration” even mean, how do you do it, and why bother with it? Ecojustice’s Kimberly Shearon shares three big lessons her team learned (the hard way) from its foray into the world of integrated campaigns. Also, pop culture references.

This podcast was recorded during The Digital Nonprofit 2019. Be sure to join us on October 6, 2020 for the next edition of The Digital Nonprofit.

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Video: Making #GivingTuesday Work For Your Nonprofit

Giving Tuesday is December 3, and it’s a tactic many organizations use to help increase year-end donations. But how can you make it work for your nonprofit?

NetSquared Vancouver’s November 5 meetup featured a panel discussion where nonprofit leaders shared stories and tools on why and how your organizations can get involved with the “opening day of the giving season.”

PANELISTS

MODERATOR: Amanda Burrows | Philanthropy Aide

Amanda’s Best Practices for #GivingTuesday

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Schedule a 30 minute Giving Tuesday session with event moderator Amanda Burrows. Email [email protected]

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Social Media from the Top with Chris Brandt

Social Media from the Top with Chris Brandt
The Digital Nonprofit 2019

 
 
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In this recording from The Digital Nonprofit conference Chris Brandt, former ED of Music Heals, shares best practices for stewarding relationships and raising money with social media.

Social Media isn’t just your first point of contact with current and prospective donors, volunteers, and the media – it’s often the only one. The risk of not talking is that no one knows that you exist. How would you evaluate your organizations presence on social media? Are you involved in the conversation, either through the org’s channels or your own? You can’t be seen until you learn how to see.

And be sure to join us on October 6, 2020 for the next edition of The Digital Nonprofit.

#GivingTuesday for Nonprofits [podcast]

#GivingTuesday for Nonprofits [podcast]

 
 

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Giving Tuesday is approaching, and it’s a tactic many organizations use to help increase year-end donations, but how can you make it work for your nonprofit?

This panel discussion will help nonprofits discover the tools and techniques need to succeed with the “opening day of the giving season.”

MODERATOR: Amanda Burrows | Philanthropy Aide

PANELISTS:
– Chris Brandt | Founder, Charity Agency
– Rekha Pavanantharajah | Director of Engagement & Development, ArtStarts in Schools
– Elizabeth Moffat | Associate Director, Marketing & Communications at VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation

This conversation was recorded November 5, 2019 at NetSquared Vancouver’s monthly meetup: https://www.meetup.com/net2van/events/256476863/

The Leadership that Digital Demands with Shoni Field and Ryann Miller

The Leadership that Digital Demands with Shoni Field and Ryann Miller
The Digital Nonprofit 2019

 
 
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This podcast was recorded during The Digital Nonprofit 2019.

Digital touches every aspect of an organization, so it needs strategic, next-level leadership if its truly going to thrive. Because it’s not just the work itself; it’s also about the best ways to get the work done. You’ll learn how to structure digital teams, and what to ask for and expect from them. You’ll also understand the importance of silo busting, iterative processes, collaboration frameworks and how the customer experience (CX) demands of digital can change organizational culture. From strategic culture through leadership, and talent Shoni and Ryann will walk you through the requirements of a thriving digital environment.

And be sure to join us on October 6, 2020 for the next edition of The Digital Nonprofit.

How Design Thinking Can Lead to the More Effective Use of Technology for Social Impact with Michael Johnston

How Design Thinking Can Lead to the More Effective Use of Technology for Social Impact with Michael Johnston
The Digital Nonprofit 2019

 
 
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In this recording from The Digital Nonprofit conference Michael Johnston of HJC explains how human centric technology use needs a structured approach that design thinking can help solve. Mike’s fast, fun session brings together how the Amish, Stanford Design School, and hjc use design thinking to help make the world a better place.

And be sure to join us on October 6, 2020 for the next edition of The Digital Nonprofit.

Cybersecurity + Data Compliance for Nonprofits — Net2van October 15 2019

Cybersecurity + Data Compliance for Nonprofits — Net2van October 15 2019

 
 
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You have a lot of data! How can you keep your member and client information secure? What legal rules does you nonprofit need to follow when it comes to data hosting? What tools and apps won’t get your in trouble?

In this recording of Net2van’s October 15 meetup we have four experts who will answer all your questions.

We started the event with a case study from Gordon Casey of Brave.coop on their work using tech to prevent overdose deaths.

Alejandra Brown: Introduction to privacy and overview of privacy and data residency rules that apply to BC nonprofits.

Mack Hardy: Five practical things you can do to secure your online self. Policies, 2FA, password managers, and more.

Damien Norris: A suite of curated tools that organizations can use to locally/securely replace the US owned cloud services in their lives.

Kris Constable: IDVPN: a VPN for complying with justistional regulations.

That’s it for October. See you in November for our #GivingTuesday meetup.

Maximize Your Giving Tuesday Fundraising & Engagement

Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019, 6:00 PM

Hive Vancouver
#210 – 128 W Hastings St Vancouver, BC

18 Members Attending

As Giving Tuesday has grown to a global day of giving, this is a unique opportunity for nonprofits to engage with your donors, supporters, and volunteers — and raise some money! To help you get the most out of Giving Tuesday, this event will discuss picking a campaign theme, focusing on your audiences, getting the timing right, inspiring millennial…

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Slides: Learning Management Systems for Nonprofits

Leah Chang led NetSquared Vancouver’s July 9 meetup, teaching attendees about Learning Management Systems.

When is a Learning Management System Right for Non-Profits?

Tuesday, Jul 9, 2019, 6:00 PM

Hive Vancouver
#210 – 128 W Hastings St Vancouver, BC

33 Members Went

A Learning Management System (LMS) might be just the tool your organization needs to deliver your education or program content—or maybe not. Investing in an LMS is a big decision that requires ongoing resources to successfully implement and maintain. There are some key questions to ask before acquiring an LMS and best practices to follow when movin…

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