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Help Us Reveal What's Really Going On!
 
We're seeing some very interesting results in the 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey so far . . . but I'd like to double the number of people who've taken it to be sure the data is solid.
 
If you haven't already, can you take 10-15 minutes now to complete the survey? You'll get invited to a sneak peek preview in December and get the full report first in January.
 
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5 Things to Know This Week
 
 
1.  #GivingTuesday is less than 2 weeks away.  
 
John Haydon has some advice on creating a photo sharing campaign for #GivingTuesday and Network for Good has some last minute tips for you.
 
 
2. Get more online monthly donors - learn from real examples.
 
Kerri Karvetski shares her 6 Ways to Get More Online Monthly Donors with real-world examples.
 
 
3. Find out more about our 2016 mentoring program. 
 

We are still taking registrations for Session 9 of our Communications Director Mentoring Program. 20 15 spots are available for the January - June program.

 
 
4. Make better graphics with a free premium subscription to Canva. 
 
If you haven't checked out graphic design platform Canva yet, you really should. Their free subscription is great, but now nonprofits can get a premium subscription for free.
 
 
5. How does some "idea sex" sound to you? 
 
Learn how you can apply the same process described in Idea Sex: How New Yorker Cartoonists Generate 500 Ideas a Week for your work.
 
 
What Do You Think?
 
 
Let us know what's really going on in the world of nonprofit communications. Take the 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey. You'll get a copy of the full report when it's released in January and get a special invite to our sneak peek preview webinar in December.
 
 
What We Are Exploring 
 
 

I'm reading a lot about productivity in my quest to help you be CALM not BUSY, and just wrote a review on Josh Davis' Two Awesome Hours: Science-Based Strategies to Harness Your Best Time and Get Your Most Important Work Done.

 
 
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Communications Director Mentoring Program

 

The next session of our six-month mentoring program runs January - June 2016. $500/month or $2500 for the full program. 20 15 spots available.

 

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