In this post I outline things I think I want and need to know more about in order to do my work well and support the sector in my knowledge mobilization aspirations.
In today’s weeknote, I’m being a bit more reflective. Thinking out loud about my work and place in the sector. A bit of stream of consciousness I wrote early this morning. Slightly edited. Definitely not polished. I hope that’s OK.
Welcome to episode 40 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode, I speak with Agnes Thomas, Executive Director of Catholic Crosscultural Services. Agnes has led Catholic Crosscultural through a digital transformation that started before, but certainly accelerated during the pandemic.
I know I have a strong network. Made up of amazing people who give, share, connect, and want to collaborate as much as possible. And it’s grown remarkably stronger during COVID, especially on LinkedIn, my main online network for sharing and connecting.
I like to write. To share. To find interesting things and get them to you. And I’m always looking for ways to improve what I do and how I do it. This week I started something new. Weeknotes. For the next 13 weeks I’ll be writing and reflecting. And sharing. It will look a bit different from the other stuff I write and share.
This site is active and will always be active as my main consulting site. However, I’m doing most of my writing and blogging over at my Knowledge Mobilization for Settlement site.
Welcome to episode 39 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Ross McCulloch, Director of the Third Sector Lab in the UK, about Open Working.
Welcome to Episode 38 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Bo Ning about his role as a Digital Navigator at Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia, or ISANS.
Welcome to episode 37 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Charles Buchanan. We discussed what technology poverty is and then took a deep dive into cybersecurity and the pressing need for nonprofits to get Enterprise Risk Management right.
Welcome to episode 36 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Alexander Lapa. You’ve heard about CRMs (Customer or Constituent Management Systems). You may have one at your organization. But few of us use them to their full potential. If you’re interested but unsure about the place a CRM can fit into your work, I think you’ll find this a useful and practical conversation.