Nonprofit Leadership @ This Week’s Carnival

Hello Carnival Goers – This week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants — a weekly roundup of the best of the nonprofit blogosphere — is up this week at Perspectives from the Pipeline and the theme is Nonprofit Leadership. Our host Rosetta Thurman has highlighted posts that emphasize simple gestures, taking the reins, transitioning into a new…

Five Questions about Print Newsletters

Last week I taught my “Strategies for Successful Nonprofit Newsletters” workshop through Duke University’s certificate program in nonprofit management. The workshop focuses mostly on print newsletters, and here are the top five questions that participants said they wanted answered during the course. You get my bottom-line, three-second answers here. Follow the links to www.nonprofitmarketingguide.com for…

Seeking Great NGO-BIZ Environmental Partnerships

In addition to helping nonprofits with their print and online communications, I also do some freelance writing on the side and am now contributing to GreenBiz.com. I wrote this week’s feature article, “Corporate Giants Find Success in Unexpected Partnerships” about Dell’s environmental partnerships with Goodwill and the National Cristina Foundation and Abitibi-Consolidated’s partnerships with thousands…

Nonprofit Carnival is Up at Aspiration

Heather Carpenter has posted this week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants at her Aspiration blog. This week’s topics include open source software, website mistakes, authenticity, coaching, fundraising proposal failures, and more. Heather is going back to school, so she’ll now be blogging in a new location. The Carnival heads next to Katya’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog and…