Nonprofit 911: Unleash the Power of Your Crowd

This webinar took place on Tuesday, Feb. 09

You have social media followers, but how do you translate them into your biggest supporters? Join us for this exclusive session with social media expert, Allison Fine, as she shares a new way of working that makes your supporters known and acknowledged to work to support your organization. Ultimately, this way of working ensures that your donors and doers stay longer and do more to support your efforts. This is a simple yet profound concept that will energize your supporters, reduce your workload, and help you to retain donors and members longer. Your network will work with you, instead of watching you work.

This hour-long conversation will provide you with:

  1. An understanding of the principles and practice of Matterness.
  2. Specific strategies to move from working at passive audiences to working with active supporters.
  3. How to maintain a focus on the supporters who really matter the most and unleash capital that exists within every network.

About Our Speaker

Allison Fine is among the nation’s pre-eminent thinkers and strategists on networked leadership. Over the past ten years, she has written three books, keynoted conferences around the world, and coached hundreds of organizations. Her particular expertise is in developing efforts that combine the power of personal relationships with the scale of social media to enable efforts to grow exponentially. She is the author of Matterness: Fearless Leadership for a Social World, the award-winning Momentum: Igniting Social Change in the Connected Age, and co-author of the bestselling The Networked Nonprofit. In addition, she hosts a monthly podcast, ”What's the Big Idea?” for the Chronicle of Philanthropy and serves on the boards of the Sunlight Foundation, NARAL, and Civic Hall.