Part of that shift necessitated that I change up my website. I wanted to take the time to reformat and remap to ensure it was consistent with my new work. I’m really delighted with where we ended up.
Going forward, I am going to take a slightly different approach to my blog. I’m still going to focus on topics such as content marketing, brand journalism, and publishing. The difference is my comments will largely be couched in how these disciplines can help nonprofits, causes, and charities move forward in measurable and meaningful ways, especially as it relates to engagement and fundraising.
I’ll also be adding topics around leadership such as leading through change, inter-divisional dialogue, culture building exercises, and finding and coaching talent. For an organization to be truly effective, it must be collaborative and deeply committed to advancing the mission. This requires everyone to roll up their sleeves and push hard until every milestone is met.
Of course, you can expect the occassional post (OK…maybe more than occassional) about technology. I just can’t help myself.
I’m grateful for your time and attention. I hope these changes are welcomed ones for you. I—for one—am looking forward to the days ahead.
What shifts are you most excited about in the next 6–12 months?
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