Communication is the name of the game. It’s not just what we say it’s also what we write. How are you communicating using the written word? Do you read your reports, emails, and letters before hitting send? Does the thought of grammar and sentence structure make you roll your eyes and think back to days in
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Sometimes it is necessary for you as a nonprofit leader to personally check how easy or difficult it is to communicate with your organization. When you verify these for yourself you can best assess your nonprofit’s responsiveness. Check the following to ensure you won’t have to make excuses in the future. Call your office during
Don’t be afraid to put it on the table – as a nonprofit executive you know your vision, so don’t shy away from sharing it with EVERYONE.
Quantifying economic impact – key to telling your nonprofit story
In the world of Facebook and Twitter we sometimes forget the value of the trusted website. Can’t we say it all in 140 characters? Or a photo? Will the website go the way of the covered wagon? John Kenyon with Nonprofit Technology Network, NTEN (www.nten.org) tells all.
Make sure your nonprofit gets the media attention it deserves. The press won’t come to you, you have to go to them. And you have to go prepared. Learn what you need to do to create visibility for your organization or institution.