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Make This Your Summer of CALM (Oh, and Change That Twitter Password)

What you need to know about nonprofit communications this week.

Sign up for your Summer of CALM

I've mentioned the new "Summer of CALM" coaching program we've been working on, and it's finally ready!

When you sign up your team, I'll send you three signed copies of the new book, and you'll take the assessment and get your CALM Score. That's when the fun really begins!

I'll work with you to design a customized CALM game plan to work on over the summer. You'll improve the way your team works and be on your way toward better results!

The program also includes Q & A calls, free bonus webinars, a private Facebook Group and more. Check it out.

All the best,


5 Things to Know This Week

1. Change your Twitter password.

In case you haven't heard the FTC Urges Twitter Users to Change Passwords.

2. How to get (and keep) the attention of reporters.

Panepento shares 5 Things Reporters Want From the Nonprofits They Cover.

3. TOMORROW ONLY! Solve your content marketing problems.

Panepento joins us for The 6 Problems That Plague Nonprofit Content...And How to Solve Them tomorrow, Thursday, May 10th at 1pm ET (10am PT). Registration is $50 or free with an All-Access Pass. Learn more and register.

4. Blogs to read.

Accelevents has released The Best Fundraising Blogs to Follow in 2018.

5. Happy Mother's Day!

Classy has a list of 17 Beautiful Mother's Day Quotes if you need a little inspiration for those last minute messages.

#CALMnotBUSY Tip of the Week

Flooded with too many "great" ideas for your communications work? You need a process to slow down ideas from automatically getting on to your to-do list.

Each week, we are sharing tips here from my new book, CALM not BUSY: How to Manage Your Nonprofit's Communications for Great Results. (Amazon)

What Do You Think?

We want to know how your boss and co-workers respect your boundaries. Sarri Gillman has created this survey to learn more about boundaries at your organization. The survey is anonymous and will help provide her with valuable data ahead of the Transform Your Boundaries Webinar Series she's doing for us at the end of the month.

What We Are Exploring

I'm continuing to sort through all the great stories shared with me about creating a better culture of communications within your nonprofit ahead of our brand-new webinar next week on Communications Leadership.

Learn and Work with Us

Training Webinars

The 6 Problems That Plague Nonprofit Content...and How to Solve Them

60-Minute Webinar with Panepento

May 10. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration is $50 or Free with an All-Access Pass

What Communications Leadership Looks Like

60-Minute Webinar with Kivi Leroux Miller

May 17. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration is $99 or Free with an All-Access Pass

Transform Your Boundaries and Get Better Results: CALM Coaching for Nonprofit Communicators

Two-Part Webinar Series with Sarri Gilman

May 23 and 30. 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration is $119 for Part 1, $199 for Parts 1 and 2 or Free with an All-Access Pass

The Annual All-Access Training Pass

Attend all of the live webinars in our Training Webinar Series, watch recorded webinars from the past 3 months, download time savers, e-books, and other exclusive resources with an All-Access Pass.

Coaching and Mentoring

Communications Director Mentoring Program

Six-month mentorship with Kivi Leroux Miller

July 2018 - December 2018

Different payment options available.

The Summer of CALM

Three-month coaching program with Kivi Leroux Miller on being more CALM not BUSY

June 2018 - August 2018

Registration for your team is $499 and includes lots of bonuses.

Other Training Opportunities

How to Write Faster at Work

Self-paced e-course created by Kivi and hosted at Use the coupon code NEWSLETTER2018 to get the course for just $12.99

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