Posts tagged ‘Nathan Hand’

Millennial Impact Recap – #MCON2012 Ripples Continue


As usual, some great bloggers, Millennials (and not) and nonprofit pros have written some great posts following the Millennial Impact 2012 virtual conference, #MCON2012. I thought I would post links here and share with you. And will add more as they are posted.

Continue Reading 23/07/2012 at 16:12 Leave a comment

Nonprofit Nate – His #MCON2012 Take Away


Talisman Note: MCON2012 was a virtual conference full of great information. Nathan Hand wrote this great post on Scott Gerber’s take on Millennials and the work place. Glad to share his thoughts with you – please leave your comments and tell us what you think! You can also read Beth Kanter’s blog on Scott Gerber’s keynote at MCON2012 here as well as Scott’s response to the comments.

Nonprofit Nate

Last week the folks at Achieve and the Case Foundation put on another stellar virtual conference around engaging millennials in nonprofits, social change and more.  There were the expected buzz words, info-nuggets and sound bytes but also an abundance of new intelligence shed by rising stars in social innovation.  The sessions/speakers were fantastic (all of which attendees and new registrants can still access) and the discussion in chat rooms and on Twitter was vibrant.

There was one session that I took more from than any other, though I don’t think it’s what he intended.  So as try and not to take things out of context, in Scott Gerber’s opening keynote, he was charged with walking up (and firing up) the audience. Mission accomplished.  Scott’s a dynamic person with a passionate delivery but overall he took, what I felt, was an abrasive approach to advocating on behalf of millennials…

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23/07/2012 at 08:30 Leave a comment

Twitter Bootcamp Lessons 1-3 by Nathan Hand


Again, Nathan Hand did a great series on his blog, Nonprofit Nate, about using Twitter. His series is a great “how to” He has great nonprofit experience in general and using social media to communicate. Take a look at his posts, subscribe and leave a comment! What are your thoughts?

Continue Reading 03/10/2011 at 10:34 Leave a comment

Did Toyota’s cause marketing pass the test?


Guest post from Nathan Hand – From the Pepsi Refresh Project to the American Express Members Project, big brands everywhere are jumping on the cause marketing bandwagon.  The problem is many dive in without truly thinking though the road hazards and missteps that can be avoided. Sure, you’ll never please everyone but I think Toyota got close.
This summer they embarked on their “100 Cars for Good” program. They selected 500 finalists from a short essay. Each day for 100 days, 5 like-sized organizations competed for Facebook votes. Here’s more on how it worked.

Continue Reading 06/09/2011 at 09:40 Leave a comment


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