Hot Topics in March: Development Plans, Co-Workers Using Offensive Language, Photography, and More

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Here’s what’s happening at Nonprofit Marketing Guide this month:

Online Training:

Mar 1 & 2: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support

Learn how to create a case statement that inspires donors to give.

Registration is $199 (Part 1 took place earlier today, but you will get the recording as soon as you register for Part 2) or Free with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

Mar 8: For Nonprofit Communications Staff Only: How to Create Your Professional Development Plan

Learn how to create a professional development plan that puts you on the path to success.

Registration is $20 or Free with an All-Access Pass

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Mar 22: Inclusive Conversations: How to Talk to Your Boss (or Co-Workers) about Offensive Communications

Learn how to talk to your boss, board, and co-workers about language that divides

Registration is $50 or Free with an All-Access Pass

Learn More and Register

On the Blog:

Rachel Clemens from TradeMark Media will join us next week to talk about collecting data without being annoying.

Angela Crist will show you why you should invest in professional photography on the 14th.

Kivi will continue to talk about professional development and her new CALM not BUSY book.

Peter Panepento will be back on the 22nd.

I usually publish our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator series on Mondays. **I am out of days to share though so please fill out the form and participate.**

And, as always, join me Fridays in March for Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators. This weekly round-up features the good stuff I’ve found from around the web for you.

Email Subscribers:

I will send the Nonprofit Writing Prompts email newsletter tomorrow with prompts for April.

We send our Weekly Tips and Updates e-newsletter on Wednesdays.

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Author: Kristina Leroux, Community Engagement Manager

I am the Community Engagement Manager at Nonprofit Marketing

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