April 2014

Road to the Conference: Are you ready to work collectively?

Road to the Conference: Are you ready to work collectively?

A large percentage of agencies in the nonprofit sector lack the infrastructure required to collect, monitor and utilize data in a way that truly documents impact. 

Road to the Conference: Telling Your Story the Pixar Way

Road to the Conference: Telling Your Story the Pixar Way

It takes six sentences to create a great story.

Road to the Conference: What's your Return on Mission?

Road to the Conference: What's your Return on Mission?
It seems all of us have awareness of the importance of Return on Investment (ROI) and the importance of the correlation between having the right formula in order to make sure investments have the highest return on the bottom line.
 

Winning a Salute to Excellence Award

Winning a Salute to Excellence Award

I am not one to rest on laurels or take for granted the relationships that we’ve built over this time or the opportunities we have been given. As a team, we just keep plugging away to ensure that we are delivering the event calendar content to the website’s users and media partners in a clear, concise and efficient way. 

Road to the Conference: Are you using your data?

Road to the Conference: Are you using your data?

In this week's Road to the Conference, Sheri Chaney Jones shares why using your organization's data is crucial and strategies for effective usage.

 

Lipscomb University offers full scholarship for MBA

Lipscomb University's College of Business is offering the chance to earn your degree with a full scholarship. Create a short, two-minute video saying how you will use a graduate business degree to make a difference in your organization, community, or the world. 

Road to the Conference: If you are a leader, you are the narrator

Road to the Conference: If you are a leader, you are the narrator

Think about the movies you’ve seen with a narrator. You know what the narrator’s job is, right? The narrator is that disembodied voice who comments on the action, and tells us, the audience, how to interpret and make sense of what we are hearing.