One of the reasons we created our Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator blog series was to help you lay out everything you do for your organization in a typical day.
You can think of it as another way to carry out the exercise I shared with you last month that will let you:
- See if you are doing way too much and where you could scale back or delegate
- Compare your to-do list (or job description) with what you actually do
- Realize how much knowledge and expertise you actually have
- Prepare for meetings with your boss or board (especially yearly reviews or requests for raises or staff/budget increases)
This series also lets readers know they aren’t alone and gives us insight into the needs of our community.
People share things like:
- What project management tools do you use to stay on schedule?
- How many meetings do you typically have?
- How do you communicate with your co-workers?
- How many times do you check email in a day?
- What do you do on your breaks (if you take any)
How You Can Contribute
It’s extremely simple! You just fill out the form below, then send me a picture of you at your desk.
Anyone who communicates with supporters of a nonprofit can share their Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator.
If you aren’t quite sure, you can see what others have said here:
Can’t see the form? Try this.