Storytelling with Financials Workshop, by 100 Degrees Consulting

In this video, I show you exactly how to use your basic financial statements to tell a better story about your organization. You’ll learn EASY ways to become more versed in your income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow, and calculate metrics WITHOUT using any math! Here is the finance metric calculator workbook I promised: http://eepurl.com/dvwA9v AND! Here is the cash flow template I mentioned: http://eepurl.com/dlgrZj Download these EXTRA tools to help better understand, use, and communicate your numbers!

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Budget Approval Made Simple, by PivotGround

Budget Approval Made Simple is FREE courtesy of PivotGround

1 Lesson / 17 Minutes / FREE

Getting the budget approved is often a big deal for both ED’s and their boards. But what exactly are you approving? How much flexibility should the board leave the leadership team when it comes to spending? And what’s the best way for the board to safeguard the organization’s financial well-being?

I’m going to answer all these questions in this week’s micro-training!

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Continuing Education: Should it be Training? Or Education? BOTH!, by Prospect Research Institute

Continuing Education: Should it be Training? Or Education? BOTH! course is brought to you by Prospect Research Institute

What does A Christmas Carol have in common with nonprofit fundraising training? Nonprofit educator, Matt Hugg, shares how he leverages the story for an activity in his live classes. I’m not going to spoil it for you and give you the answer, but it should clue you in that Matt is no ordinary educator and curator of nonprofit learning resources!

Matt founded www.nonprofit.courses because he wanted to share his curated collection. Since then, the number of materials available on his site have exploded. And that would be why there is an advanced search page. Matt knows how to appeal the researcher in all of us.

In this podcast you’ll discover:

  • The difference between training and education and why it matters
  • The most overlooked skill that people should be getting training for, but don’t
  • What job training might look like 10-20 years into the future

As an educator, I couldn’t be more aligned with Matt’s vision for curating a great collection of free, high quality content together with premium courses and materials. Disclaimer: the Prospect Research Institute is among Matt’s curated collection!

Tune in to hear some good stories and consider how you can best fulfill your learning objectives.

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Best Practices with Keela: Online Donations 101, by Keela

Best Practices with Keela: Online Donations 101 is FREE courtesy of Keela

1 Lesson / 20 Minutes / FREE

 

Keela will help you get on the path of success for online donations. The volume of online donations increases by 12% year-over-year. But despite their increasing popularity, many donation forms are donor UN-friendly, resulting in lower conversions for your organization. Don’t let your form stand in the way. Join Keela expert, Deepak Sekhri, to learn more and become successful with Keela!

 

 

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Best Practices with Keela: Data Driven Fundraising, by Keela

Best Practices with Keela: Data Driven Fundraising is FREE courtesy of Keela

1 Lesson / 30 Minutes / FREE

Fundraising is the lifeblood of your organization. It keeps the lights on and the goodwill flowing. But how do you create an effective fundraising campaign that will work time and time again? It all starts with data.

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Why Introverts Love Working Remotely and Don’t Miss The Office | TIS Ep. 18, by The Introvert Sisters

Why Introverts Love Working Remotely and Don’t Miss The Office | TIS Ep. 18 is FREE courtesy of The Introvert Sisters

1 Lesson / 26 Minutes / FREE

Working from home has (thankfully) become the norm, and like so many other people, the sisters are big fans. Listen in to hear why they’re loving the work from home life, why they are not missing the office, not even for a second. Plus: Have your elastic waist pants been lying to you? Have you put on a few pandemic pounds? The sisters both have. Tune in as Sharon and Lisa share what they’ve been doing to shed the extra weight and achieve their wellness goals.

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What If Introverts Treated Extroverts The Way They Treat Us?, by The Introvert Sisters

What If Introverts Treated Extroverts The Way They Treat Us? is FREE courtesy of The Introvert Sisters

1 Lesson / 25 Minutes / FREE

“Why are you so quiet?” “Are you upset?” “You need to come out of your shell.” “You should speak up more.” Every introvert has heard phrases like these over and over, and to be honest, it gets irritating. It can be difficult moving through life knowing that just by dint of how you exist, people consider you to be deficient, and that you need to be “fixed.” In this episode, the sisters turn the tables. They flip these questions and statements that extroverts direct towards introverts, in the hope that some behavioral mirroring will show extroverts just how messed up, judgmental, unhelpful, and unnecessary these kinds of words can be.

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The Sweet, Introverted Spirit of Elijah McClain #gonetoosoon: | TIS Ep. 17, by The Introvert Sisters

The Sweet, Introverted Spirit of Elijah McClain #gonetoosoon: | TIS Ep. 17 is FREE courtesy of The Introvert Sisters

1 Lesson / 28 Minutes / FREE

Police violence against Black people and the trait of introversion come to a bizarre, painful, and tragic confluence in the case of Elijah McClain. The sisters, like all BIPOC, were shocked and devastated to learn about this gentle introvert’s murder at the hands of police. Join them as they unpack what happened, and discuss why, no matter how non-threatening you attempt to appear, every Black person is always at risk of losing their life to the police at any time. Plus: From fireworks to lynchings, it seems as though there is an outright war on Black and brown people in the U.S. Listen in as we discuss it all.

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