As someone who values productivity and efficiency, I am thrilled to endorse the upcoming Nonprofit Productivity Summit December 6-7. If you’re interested in learning more about how to be productive, reserve a spot today and join us. It’s free and virtual.
This innovative event brings together leading experts and practitioners in the nonprofit sector to share their knowledge and insights on how organizations can improve their productivity and achieve their goals more effectively.
At a time when the challenges facing the nonprofit sector are greater than ever, the Nonprofit Productivity Summit provides a crucial platform for learning, networking, and advancing the cause of social good. By attending the summit, nonprofit professionals can gain valuable insights and strategies for increasing their productivity and making a bigger impact in their communities.
One of the key highlights of the Nonprofit Productivity Summit is the wide range of expert speakers who will be sharing their knowledge and experiences. From seasoned leaders in the nonprofit sector to up-and-coming innovators, the summit will feature a diverse range of voices and perspectives on how to increase productivity in the nonprofit world. I’ll be one of this year’s speakers where I cover the importance and pitfalls of task management.
This summit is a labor of love from Michael St. Pierre. He does an excellent job and if you work in non-profit or know anybody that does, you’ll want to pass this along.
I’m excited to be joining Michael St. Pierre for the upcoming Nonprofit Productivity Summit, which is from December 7-9, 2021. Other guests include Mike Vardy, a past guest of Mac Power Users and Focused (back when it was Free Agents), and the father of Getting Things Done (GTD), David Allen, a past guest on the Mac Power Users. If you’re interested in learning more about how to be productive, reserve a spot today and join us. It’s free and virtual.
Mike Vardy is putting on The BIG Ready conference on February 2. (I’ll be on the retreat panel.) It looks to be an interesting conference with a lot of speakers lined up. It’ll be the first such conference I’ll be attending during the pandemic, so I’m curious about that. Regardless, I know Mike has put a lot of love into this conference and it should be good if that’s your thing.
I’m speaking this year at the BlogWorld & New Media Expo November 3-5 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. I’m participating in a panel session, Finding Sponsors for Your Podcast and Keeping Them, along with Dave Hamilton, Jean MacDonald, and Mark Fuccio. We’ve spent a lot of time planning this session and if that subject interests you, this will be worth your time.
Moreover, if blogging, podcasting, and new media is your thing, this is the place to be. There will be plenty of great content, speakers, and vendors to check out.
I will be speaking again at the American Bar Association’s TechShow in Chicago March 25-27, 2010. For any tech-minded attorneys or legal professionals, this conference is ground zero. Every year they assemble a fantastic group of speakers and vendors that help you find out how to practice more efficiently and take advantage of the most recent technology.
My sessions this year will include using a Mac in a PC firm and using technology for settlement and mediation. I will also be participating in the open forums concerning the iPhone and other Mac related topics. You can learn more about the conference here.