Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (May 2018)
June 02, 2018
In the movie Groundhog Day, TV weatherman Phil Connors, the character played by Bill Murray, is assigned to cover the annual Groundhog Day event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania — an assignment he disdains and decides to skip. There's a price to pay when you ignore Punxsutawney Phil, though, and the next day Connors finds himself stuck in a time loop, condemned to relive the events of Groundhog Day over and over. Which is a sort of how those of us in the Northeast are feeling after what seems like four months of overcast.
Don't despair. Our roundup of the most popular posts on the blog in May includes new posts by Jen Bokoff, Eric Braxton, Arif Ekram, Yaro Fong-Olivares, and Thaler Pekar; a couple of oldies but goodies (by Richard Brewster and Lauren Bradford); and a quick guide to digital marketing by Roubler's Daniel Ross.
- It’s Time to Invest in Youth Leaders (Eric Braxton)
- Leading Narrative Change (Thaler Pekar)
- The Role of Philanthropy in Conflict Prevention: 15 Takeaways (Lauren Bradford)
- Foundations Have Invested $50 Billion in the SDGs, But Who’s Counting? (Arif Ekram, Lauren Bradford)
- Four Key Indicators of Nonprofit Success (Richard Brewster)
- Acknowledging Power Isn’t Enough — Dig Deeper! (Jen Bokoff)
- A Quick Guide to Digital Marketing for Nonprofits (Daniel Ross)
- Addressing Racial Equity With an Organizational Change Lens (Yaro Fong-Olivares)
- Heroes, Collectives, and 'The Black Panther' (Thaler Pekar)
- Weekend Link Roundup (May 5-6, 2018) (Mitch Nauffts)
What have you read/watched/heard lately that got your attention, made you think, or charged you up? Feel free to share in the comments section below.
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