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Cybersecurity for Nonprofits: What You Need to Know

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Companies rely on data for nearly every decision they make — evaluating programs, engaging audiences and setting organizational strategy. As the value of data has increased, so too has the rate of cyber attacks. From Marriott, Garmin and Yahoo to local nonprofit organizations, no one is immune to cybersecurity risks. So how can you protect your nonprofit’s personal and financial …

Video Marketing Tips for Nonprofits: 7 Ways to Create Better Videos on Your Phone

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Should your nonprofit be creating more video content? Regardless of your available resources, the answer is yes. Video generates 1,200% more shares on social media than text and image content combined (Wordstream), and conversion rates increase when video is included on website landing pages and in email. But how do you create videos that move your audiences to action, especially when you have …

Video Marketing Tips for Nonprofits

Video Marketing Tips for Nonprofits: 7 Ways to Create Better Videos on Your Phone

Brick Creative Tips

Should your nonprofit be creating more video content? Regardless of your available resources, the answer is yes. Video generates 1,200% more shares on social media than text and image content combined (Wordstream), and conversion rates increase when video is included on website landing pages and in email. But how do you create videos that move your audiences to action, especially …

Why Employees Commit Fraud & Tips for Internal Fraud Prevention

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Research has shown that U.S. adults tell an average of one to two lies per day. With COVID-19 and our expanding reliance on a digital workplace, fraud is on the rise and expected to continue. Fraud is more than making up a white lie to get out of an after-hours work event; it is the intention to deceive. It can be anything …

Best Career Advice for Nonprofit Leaders

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What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? That’s the question we recently asked our community of nonprofit and business leaders. Whether you’re a new professional just starting out or a seasoned pro, you’ll benefit from this career advice that nonprofit leaders say helped them throughout their journey. What is the best career advice you’ve ever received?   Talk …

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Best Career Advice for Nonprofit Leaders

Team NLC Tips

What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? That’s the question we recently asked our community of nonprofit and business leaders. Whether you’re a new professional just starting out or a seasoned pro, you’ll benefit from this career advice that nonprofit leaders say helped them throughout their journey. What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? Talk less …

Yes, Nonprofits Have Customers: How to Prioritize Mission-Driven Customer Service

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We’ve all been there. A sales associate starts explaining their return policy before you’ve even had a chance to speak. A service provider begins promoting the latest product without knowing what you need. Or a medical professional makes assumptions about your health before asking you how you feel. Customer service is about four simple words: How can I help? As …

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Yes, Nonprofits Have Customers: How to Prioritize Mission-Driven Customer Service

Margarita Sarmiento, founder, ITK Consultants Tips

We’ve all been there. A sales associate starts explaining their return policy before you’ve even had a chance to speak. A service provider begins promoting the latest product without knowing what you need. Or a medical professional makes assumptions about your health before asking you how you feel. Customer service is about four simple words: How can I help? As …

How to Silence Your Inner Judge: 4 Ways to Stop Negative Self-Talk

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Being the last person picked for team sports as a child was an excruciating experience. I still remember the anxiety waiting to hear my name called, watching my friends go to the right or left to join a team as I remained rooted in place. Never good enough. Never chosen. Unwanted. In the small crevices of my young brain, the …