We all want to work strategically, but we don’t end up doing it most of the time. There’s one thing I’ve come to realize: Making time for strategy is hard, but totally worth it. Here are four reasons you should make time for strategy. Keep these in mind when making time gets tough.
Well, it’s a new year! Yes, it’s an opportunity to finally get those abs you’ve always wanted, but it’s also an opportunity to become a stronger online organizer and create more change than ever before. Check out this post for great resources for some of the most needed resolutions.
Have you ever attended a totally inspiring and energizing training, webinar, or conference, only to return to “business as usual” once you get back to your desk? If so, you’re not alone!
This post features a few tips for getting the most out of trainings, conferences and webinars, using a learning-by-doing mentality.
Over the years New Media Mentors has had the opportunity to mentor a diverse set of organizations that aspire to take their new media work to the next level. Based on that experience we’ve put together “How to Win the Internet” which can be used as a framework for setting nonprofit organizations up for success online.
This week I’m sharing two of my biggest take-aways from the third cohort of New Media Mentors—a program designed to help nonprofits make their online organizing work more strategic, effective and efficient.
Today’s post gets at how organizations manage online work internally: To maximize effectiveness, being realistic about resources is critical.
It’s hard to believe, but we just wrapped up the third cohort of the New Media Mentors program! We’ve worked with a total of ten organizations now and with every new cohort we learn more about how to create change within an organization.
This week I’m sharing two of my biggest take-aways from cohort three. First up is a big one: When creating internal change, executive involvement makes a huge difference.