The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit Fundraiser: Be Networked and Take Care of Yourself

Social media has the ability to improve donor engagement when fundraisers skillfully combine an organizational strategy with online personal brands of organizational leaders in order to connect, build relationships, establish trust and thought leadership. But so much connectivity can lead to burnout and it is also important that fundraisers take care of themselves while taking care of their organization's fundraising efforts. This highly interactive session will share some provocative ideas about self-care from the speaker's new book, The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout.



Take the Nonprofit Burnout Assessment

Defining Burnout and Resilience

Burnout in the Nonprofit Sector: Why It Is So Common

What is Your Personal Craziness Index?

What Is Resilience?

Self-Care Tips and Practices for Nonprofit Professionals

It's Stressful Out There: Take Care of Yourself

Using Personal Health Data To Leverage Well-Being

Four Smart Ways to Avoid Burnout for Nonprofit Professionals

The One Simple Thing That Fundraisers Do To Keep Inspired

The Value of Taking Mini-Breaks During the Day

The Art of Single Tasking

Let's Step It Up

Walking As Work: Comprehensive Resource Collection

3 Ways To Avoid Getting Overwhelmed for Nonprofit Professionals

Happy Healthy Nonprofit: There’s An App for That

Workplace Well Being for Nonprofits

Promoting Well Being in the Nonprofit Workplace

Creating A Culture of Well-Being in the Nonprofit Workplace: The First Step

What It Is Like to Work for A Nonprofit That Promotes Well Being in the Workplace

An Anti-Burnout Training

Workplace Flexibility Interview

Nine Tips for Happier, Healthier Nonprofit Workplaces

How To Avoid Being Addicted to Your Mobile Phone

How To Focus When You Work in An Open Office Space

How To Stop Your Nonprofit's After Hours Email Habit

Tips for Avoiding Collaborative Overload

Beth's Curated Collection of Links