Now, more than ever, you will be asked as the tech leader within your organization to step up, share your skills and help widen the knowledge of your team so that all your colleagues can work efficiently from home.
Let's take this opportunity to remove your stress, discuss your pain points and challenges and turn it around to help your team succeed.
Bring your curiosity and questions and share your knowledge with the #tech4good community.
Join us and our special guest, Leitha Cosentino, a leadership guru and business coach (and a fundraiser), who will help you build your resilience through this unprecedented time of change.
Let's keep growing this amazing Calgary community.
This video comes from NetSquared Athens and Matteo Sisto.
With limited resources (time and money), can you do more for your beneficiaries? Yes, you can! Let me help you to get the most out of digital tools for nonprofit. This video was recorded during the first NetSquared event in Greece “Everything you always wanted to know about tech and nonprofit* (*But were afraid to ask)" !
With a catastrophic reduction in the F2F contact many charities are going to have with their beneficiaries over the coming months, the direction towards digital services is a clear route that many will take.
However, as we do this it is essential we take into account the negative impact the lack of F2F will have on beneficiaries and staff members alike.
Designing digital services that meet the need for meaningful human connection should to be a priority for us all.
Led by the team at the relational design studio, Deepr, this interactive workshop jumpstarted a process where we learned and shared:
What we know already about achieving human connection in digital and F2F services
How we can begin to apply this to the new digital services we're urgently designing and developing
Opportunities for us to work together to embed meaningful human connection in live projects
In the wake of the current COVID-19 pandemic which has literally stopped the world, NGOs working in East Africa are still required to continue with their operations and hence the need for coordination across the world. Most of these organizations have limited resources and end-up using FREE video conferencing facilities which are not reliable and easily manageable within the organization. An organization by the name TechSoup identified this problem faced by small organizations and has collaborated with major Software companies to offer subsidized softwares as software donations. Some of the essential tools that can be of help to teams working from home are Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
In this video recording, Jackson shows how your charitable organization can benefit from some of these software donations as well as other tools.