Why do some leap ahead while others fall behind in our chaotic, connected age? Co-author Henry Timms, president & CEO of 92nd Street Y, has the answers from his book, “New Power.” (Originally aired 6/8/18)
Dissent tactics. Rebellion. Resistance movement strategies. You’ve got to take risks if you want to move out of the past with fresh ideas that are supported within your org. Our 19NTC panel has examples of successful and failed risk taking. They’re Liz Polay-Wettengel with Interfaith Family and Karim Lessard from 7 Simple Machines.
Your Tech Committee Peter Schiano and Ilene Weismehl say you need a committee to keep you alert to areas where you can better leverage technology. Your committee’s agenda includes budget, security, projects underway, and training. Peter is at Tech Impact and Ilene is with Community Catalyst. (Also from 19NTC)
I gave that title to Carie Lewis Carlson and Lara Koch as they explained how to get your boss to listen to you; to get your boss’s buy-in when you get it—and they don’t. They’re savvy, they’re straightforward and they shared tons of strategies. They’re bitchin’. Carie is now with United Way and Lara is at Smithsonian Institutions. (Recorded at #18NTC, the Nonprofit Technology Conference.)
Process Blocking Your Progress? Stefanie Zasyatkina wants you to pay attention to your org’s workflow. Identifying and overcoming pain points and inefficiencies will put your methods in line with your mission. She’s with InReach Solutions. (Also recorded at #18NTC.)
Liza Dyer, program coordinator in volunteer services at Multnomah County Library;Gina Roberti, community engagement manager for Reading Volunteers; and Taryn Kearns, Americorps volunteer coordinator for Reading Partners.
Also, Gene Takagi, our legal contributor and managing attorney of the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations law group (NEO).