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4Good Expert Series (POSTPONED) (5 items)

**Our Expert Series lineup this summer is postponed for late this summer and fall. We have so many new, exciting features and services coming in the next few weeks that we feel it's worth postponing our expert series webinars. Stay tuned! If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to connect with... (continued)


Rules of Engagement: A Coaching Group for Making Connections Last

Using Rules of Engagement a limited group of participants will go through a weekly coaching group from Sunday, January 10th, 2016 to Sunday, January 31st, 2016 to discuss ways to learn more... (continued)



Interview with Peggy Outon on "The 74% Project" How Women Lead, Learn and Earn

The Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management’s "74% Project" provides an analysis of role of women in nonprofits. Specifically, how they lead, learn and earn. Listen to Peggy Morrison Outon, executive director and founder of this program as she provides a summary and offers suggestions for organizations to prepare for stronger futures.

TaggedThe Bayer Centernonprofit managementequal paywagecompensationleadershiphuman resourcespersonnelmanagementpodcast

WHY YOU: What makes a great LinkedIn profile for nonprofit professionals

Tue, Apr 08, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

In this session I will analyze an Executive Director's well-developed LinkedIn profile page, highlighting how/what you need to express why you and why your organization. We will go step-by-step from the top to the bottom, with my commentary, on what you want to include in your profile to... (continued)


Taggedbrandingsocial media communicationmarketingsocial medialinkedinwebinarNonprofit Webinarstech tuesday

Tapping Into Your Inner Relational Leadership to Create Change

Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

Great leaders make relationships a priority. This workshop, based on the work of Dr. Jean Baker Miller, Dr. Judith Jordan and others, focuses on the components of Relational Cultural Theory. Relational Cultural Theory "is not forming a separated, independent self, but rather the ability to... (continued)

Taggedleadershiporganizational changeNonprofit Webinarswebinarteam building

Want to know what makes Millennials tick?

No better way than asking them. Our Millennial Blogger, Kadi McDonald, gives advice on how your organization can attract their attention. They can be a tough crowd!


TaggedmillennialsThird Sector Todaynonprofit marketingsimplicity marketingKadi McDonald

White Paper Mentioned in Millennial Webinar

Thank you for joining us on the webinar.


“Communicating effectively is a most desired skill and yet we mess it up all the time! Whether we are communicating individually — face-to-face, via landline, cell, e-mail or text —... (continued)


Maximizing Millennials - Getting What You Want from Gen Y

Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

Need an interpreter to connect with your younger employees? You want to manage them well but you may be baffled by their behavior choices.

Do they:
1) Need a lot of support with time you don't have to give?
2) Want to be recognized for showing up to work?
3) Not live up to your standards of... (continued)


Taggedgen xbaby boomersgen yMaximizing Millennialsexecutive coachingNonprofit Webinarswebinars

The Future of Social Media Marketing w/ Gary Vaynerchuk

Really interesting interview, with great suggestions on overall strategy as well as specific tips for getting your message out on social media. H/T Julia Campbell .

(Warning: some strong language, so you might want to listen with headphones)


Taggedsocial mediacommunicationsmarketingfacebooktumblrpinteresttwittermessaging

Hemingway App

Here's an interesting app for editing writing, especially copywriting. It points out passive, confusing and long sentences, as well as unnecessary words.



Nepotism policy for non-profit arts organization

Seeking a model policy, was directed to this site by NY State government.

Taggednepotism policy

Good Done Great Team Lends a Hand to Keep Charleston Beautiful

Recently the Good Done Great team had the opportunity to help Keep Charleston Beautiful by cleaning up the marsh area near our new South Carolina office. In one day of clean up, the GDG team removed approximately 620 pounds of litter,... (continued)

Tagged@Nick Hearn#Keep Charleston BeautifulvolunteeringRiley Croft@Good Done Great@Michael Simpson@Riley Croft@Jimmy Snyder@Kelly Luciano

This Valentine’s Day, Share Some Words of Love @vday

Ah….Valentine’s Day. The most popular day of the year for expressing love and appreciation. A brief, heartfelt card or note (even an email) can go a long way and really give new meaning to “writing to make a difference” by making someone’s day — today or any day.

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TaggedValentine's DayV-DayBreak the Chain

Do you really - really know your audience?

There’s no question that knowing your audience is the 1st rule of nonprofit marketing. The idea of building a beautiful marketing campaign that isn’t specific to your nonprofit’s audience just doesn’t cut it!


Taggedcreative solutionsnonprofit marketingPOST Methodsocial media marketing

Creating Your Nonprofit Webinars Post on 4Good

In this video, Jamie Maloney will take you through creating your post for your upcoming session with Nonprofit Webinars.

Prefer written instructions?

  1. Sign in to 4Good.org. If you need to reset your password, click here: https://4good.org/users/password/new. If you need to... (continued)

Tagged4Good HelpNonprofit Webinars

Student Guide to Networking

This guide is for job seekers who want more support in networking. It is written with examples for students, as they often face challenges translating volunteer experience and paid employment of a different type into entry level professional positions. This can be used by any job seeker.


TaggednetworkingJob SeekingStudents seeking Jobs

Cover Letter Builder

This free resource is designed to help job seekers write effective cover letters quickly, it also works for resumes.

TaggedCover LettersresumesJob Seekers

Basic Volunteer Engagement Training

Points of Light believes in building the capacity of the nonprofit and government sector to effectively engage volunteers and to help us achieve that goal we are developing six basic volunteer engagement courses. The first course: Understanding Volunteering Exploring the Heart of the #volunteer... (continued)

Taggedvolunteer managementVolunteer Servicevolunteer engagementcapacity buildingNoprofit CapacityVolunteer Capacityvolunteer trainingecourseVolunteer MotivationFree Course

Expanding Impact: Integrating Coaching into Training and Consulting Engagements

Presentation and materials by Marissa Tirona, Senior Project Director, CompassPoint Nonprofit Services and Mohan Sikka, Managing Director, Community Resource Exchange. Presentation from the 2013 Alliance for Nonprofit Management National Conference.

Taggedalliance for nonprofit management2013 conferencecompasspointCommunity Resource Exchangecoachingtrainingleadershipconsultingcapacity building

How to negotiate your nonprofit salary: Sample of Get the Job! Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide

Ever pondered how to get a better salary? Check out this chapter from Get the Job! Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide, rated 5 stars by Nonprofit.About.com. Parts of this chapter were featured in The Chronicle of Philanthropy at philanthropy.com.

Taggedcareernonprofitfundraisingdevelopment director

Strengthening the Next Generation

A dynamic eight-month experience for the next generation of nonprofit leaders in the metro Richmond area. Presented by: Susan Brock Wilkes, Ph.D., Wilkes Consulting, Ann Deaton, Ph.D., The Bounce Collective, and Rachel Douglas, Nonprofit Learning Point (nonprofitlearningpoint.org)

Taggedemerging leadersnonprofit Learning Pointmanagement2013 conference

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