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Nonprofit management is presented with the challenge of adjusting to constant developments in technology and social media. To cope, leaders learn to use a network mindset. In this audio lecture, author and social media guru Beth Kanter presents ways nonprofit organizations can develop a networking mindset. These hard-won lessons are based on her own and others’ experiences within nonprofits and successful social media campaigns. Speaking at the Stanford Social Innovation Review’s Nonprofit Management Institute, Kanter focuses on best practices for utilizing professional relationships and the steps organizations can take to develop a network model.
Guiding stories from three B corporations: Method Products, Etsy, and Warby Parker.
Strategy, capital, and people are essential to scaling an organization’s work and impact, but they’re not sufficient—to transform those crucial resources into the desired results, nonprofit leaders need to redesign their organizations too.
Four steps to making a positive difference in the field—and developing valuable leadership skills along the way.