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Five Good Ideas: Home Office Series

Published on 02/04/2020

While we’ve cancelled our upcoming in-person Five Good Ideas sessions, we want to continue to share good ideas during the COVID-19 epidemic.

To help us navigate a new way of working, we’re reaching out to experts in our network and asking them to share their five good ideas on issues that matter to non-profit professionals. We will share their responses in our “Five Good Ideas: Home Office Series.”

Read the Five Good Ideas: Home Office Series posts

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Five good ideas about how your non-profit organization can respond to the COVID-19 pandemic

Thomas Appleyard starts our series by sharing his five good ideas on how to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Five good ideas on virtual communications

Andrew Musselman is sharing his five good ideas about becoming more effective at speaking in front of a webcam when taking part in an online conversation.

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Five Good Ideas about maintaining morale while managing a remote team

Christine Yip shares her five good ideas about how you can maintain morale while managing a remote team.

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Five Good Ideas for remote client services

Marco Campana shares his five good ideas for nonprofit organizations to connect deeply with their clients and communities and to start thinking about what their work might look like in the post-pandemic new normal.

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Five good ideas about re-opening your workplace post COVID-19

Robyn Osgood and Dave McKechnie discuss their five good ideas for organizations to think about as we start to re-open our workplaces.


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