This presentation is from 2008. However, I still use these core principles in my own work, and in my consulting work with social service non-profits and charities.
In Tell Everyone: How the Stories We Share Shape What We Know and Why It Matters, author Alfred Hermida explores how social media has the potential to be revolutionary in all aspects of our lives, “if we take the trouble to discover why people share and with whom.”
In June 2000, I was part of a discussion looking at what our community might look like in 20 years. I think what I said still fits for today and how we should approach technology in our work in social and human services.
The 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer came out a couple of days ago. In a global environment of declining trust of the key institutions they focus on (government, business, media and Read more about NGOs continue to be the most trusted institution in the world. And, yet…[…]
Two years ago I wrote a post about the Edelman Trust Barometer and how NGOs were the most trusted institution globally. Recently their 2014 Barometer came out and NGOs remain Read more about On trust and NGOs[…]