The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.
— Casey Stengel
This week has been about how critical the right coworkers and employees are. Hiring a new employee made me realize how blessed I am to have a great team and to be part of a great team. Isn’t that one of the best benefits of working for a nonprofit?
Even the best people need the right tools and the right blueprint. We’re craftspeople, wielding digital tools to educate and inspire. Use them well.
Julia’s Nonprofit Social Media Checklist
This checklist is a great set of strategy questions to review once in a while to see if you’re still on track or are missing something.
Your Nonprofit Needs a Blogging Strategy
Sure, you might have a blog. I do. But do you have a strategy? I don’t. Working on it though. This short post has some basic strategies we should be thinking of. Turns out I have some work to do.
Big List of Twitter Chats for Nonprofits
Ever been on a Twitter chat? Me either. This post clarifies what this powerful tool is and how it can help you. Includes free chat tools and even a schedule of relevant chats to check out. See you there.
AND JUST FOR FUN. . .
This Incredible Hospital Robot Is Saving Lives. Also, I Hate It
Over a decade ago I spent a few days in a hospital that had a robot slowly trundling down the hall delivering medicine and supplies. Must have been a prototype for little Tuggy. An interesting look at a digital tool and how robotics may change our jobs.
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