The 4 New Tech Skills You Actually Need to Succeed in Nonprofit Communications in 2020
Thursday, November 21 2019 @ 8am PT / 9am MT / 10am CT / 11am ET
Send your fundraising event to school! Join us and you'll learn strategy, gain best practices and develop a plan to take your fundraising event to new heights. This three-day conference at McMenamins Kennedy School is a chance to hit the pause button on your event cycle and look at how you can create a bigger impact with your fundraising events. We will spend the first-day learning theory and best practices. Day two will be the chance to learn specifics about…
Register today to join us for a day of learning in Kansas City! Come join us for an exciting day as we provide informative sessions on all things gala. Our goal is to provide an entertaining event that will give you access to subject matter experts on aspects of gala planning. Our focus will be on a full guest experience, so you can enjoy the day as an attendee, including a mock auction, entertainment, and a full guest experience from…
Your website is holding you back.
It may suffer from cognitive load, a phrase used to describe an overabundance of information. Or maybe your donation form/membership sign-up isn't optimized, making it difficult to move through. It could even be that you just haven't given your audience enough reasons to care.
We'll explore what makes for a successful mission-oriented website, from content to user flow to thank-you pages.
In this practical webinar full of takeaways, we'll explore:
Presented by our User Experience Director, Mike Steckel.
Marketing teams juggle mediums, metrics and stakeholder goals every day. The increasing pressure to be accessible can feel like just another plate to keep spinning.But it doesn't have to be.
Join us for an hour and we'll break down some of the easiest ways to build online accessibility into what you're already doing. We'll also touch on different ways to showcase the possible return on your time.WHEN:Tuesday, November 19th11:00 am PT / 12:00 pm MT / 1:00 pm CT / 2:00 pm ETWHERE:Register here
Please join us for a focused discussion on protecting your digital credentials Wednesday November 20 from 3-3:30pm EST.
After seeing yet another news story on new scams, you know you need to protect yourself and your organization better!
We know that account compromises are one of the top 5 threats facing nonprofit organizations, and are perhaps the most impactful. Digital credentials, such as usernames and passwords, connect you and your employees to critical business applications, as well as online services. Unfortunately, criminals know this - and that's why digital credentials are among the most valuable assets found on the Dark Web.
We'll talk about some tools and techniques that can be used to protect your digital identity including good password practices, adding Multi Factor Authentication (MFA), and monitoring to alert when a compromised account is found.
Don't assume your organization won't be targeted – everyone is a target. Don't miss these 5 security tips to protect your login!
This will be a 30 minute session with a brief time for questions. There will be a special offer for those in attendance, so be sure to sign up and invite a friend.
As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT and security experience.
Registered, but can't make the webinar? Ask us your questions on registration and we'll cover them in the webinar. We'll be sending out the links to the slides and video after the webinar.
Many nonprofit staff members feel frustrated with data quality problems within their organizations. Are you challenged with data accuracy, incomplete information, lack of integration between systems? Data quality defines your organization and can make or break your fundraising.
We often feel powerless to address these data quality challenges, in part because simply having the conversation is difficult.
In this presentation, Build Consulting expert Peter Mirus explores the crucial aspects of data quality at your nonprofit, to help answer the question "What is data quality?" These aspects are: completeness, validity and accuracy, consistency, timeliness, and integrity.
Peter uses examples from the nonprofit and public sectors to show how good data quality can have big fundraising and program impacts. He explores the role of good data at your organization, provides tips on how to get everyone at your organization on the same page, and gives ideas on how to prioritize data for quality improvement.
Presented in partnership with Community IT Innovators Wednesday November 13. Slides, MP3, and Video available at the links below.
Don't miss this chance to learn more on how your organization can create and leverage better data to improve your fundraising and program results! Just in time for Giving Tuesday!
MP3 and transcript: https://buildconsulting.com/learning/how-data-quality-defines-your-organization/