Common Good Vermont

Producer

Description

Common Good Vermont is a two-year pilot network that aims to support Vermont’s nonprofit organizations to “do more with less” and generate social benefit for the people of the state.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-21
Format: 2019-08-21
Consciousness & Social Policy - 02/23/2017
Dr. Edwards Smith is a western and AyruVedic doctor and leading practitioner of Transcendental Meditation (TM) as a practice for personal resilience and community well-being. Dr. Smith served in active duty with the U.S. Army Medical Corps, ran the...
Clear Spot: Communications Consulting for Vermont Nonprofits - 02/10/2017
Morgan Webster, Common Good Vermont Director, speaks with Katie Titterton, Founder of Clear Spot, about starting and sticking to a communications calendar.   Why is it important for small nonprofits to set up a yearly communications...
Worklife Balance - Calm within the Storm: Finding Inner Balance - 02/09/2017
Staying focused is key to productivity, but focus is hard when you feel overwhelmed. As a Productivity Trainer, Porter Knight offers tangible strategies to achieving inner balance so you can get more done with less stress. We’ll explore the...
Worklife Balance is Dead: How to Live Well Anyway - 01/26/2017
Balance is a continual, internal process that can be integrated into your daily routine. Flip Brown offers ten tips to help make being at work better by shifting your perspective, setting boundaries and cultivating healthy detachment. Flip...
Vermont's "Promising Jobs Update" - 01/24/2017
The focus on Vermont jobs is sure to carry over from the fall elections and will remain a major issue for our new Governor and legislature. More often than not, the campaigns highlighted our problems—too many of our jobs pay minimum wage,...
Open Data: Burlington Police Department & Opiate Addiction - 01/10/2017
There is a growing movement to open local, state, federal and shared data sources to provide communities with information about critical resources such as affordable housing, public safety and environmental protection. The series will discuss how...
Open Data: Vermont Department of Health - 01/10/2017
There is a growing movement to open local, state, federal, and shared data sources to provide communities with information about critical resources such as affordable housing, public safety, and environmental protection. The series will discuss how...
Update on US Department of Labor Overtime Regulations with Kerin Stackpole - 12/15/2016
Vermont Attorney Kerin Stackpole provides an update on US Department of Labor overtime rules which were slated to go into effect on December 1. A Texas court stayed the rules, contending that the decision lies with Congress and not the DOL. The DOL...
Open Data and the State of Vermont - 12/13/2016
There is a growing movement to open local, state, federal and shared data sources to provide communities with information about critical resources such as affordable housing, public safety, and environmental protection. The series will discuss how...
Bringing Compassionate Communication to Work - 12/08/2016
Diana Gonzalez, an educator with over 15 years experience in experiential education for social change, will discuss how to bring compassionate and nonviolent communication to the workplace and to your community, so that you can build stronger...
Open Data: Vermont Center for Geographic Information with Leslie Pelch - 12/06/2016
There is a growing movement to open local, state, federal, and shared data sources to provide communities with information about critical resources such as affordable housing, public safety, and environmental protection. The series will discuss how...
Open Data: Open Addresses and the National Open Data Picture - 12/06/2016
There is a growing movement to open local, state, federal, and shared data sources to provide communities with information about critical resources such as affordable housing, public safety, and environmental protection. The series will discuss how...
The Data Process Mini Module - 10/10/2016
Michael Moser coordinates the Vermont State Data Center, a liaison program between the U.S. Census Bureau and Vermont Data Users with support from the State of Vermont. The following brief training module has been produced in collaboration with the...
Data Concepts for Nonprofits - 10/10/2016
Michael Moser coordinates the Vermont State Data Center, a liaison program between the U.S. Census Bureau and Vermont Data Users with support from the State of Vermont. The following brief training module has been produced in collaboration with the...
Sustainable Digital - 09/28/2016
Host Lauren-Glenn Davitian speaks with Bob Lawson on Sustainable Digital about how nonprofits can stay ahead of their technology and digital communication needs with his easy to use handbooks and technical services. Bob talks about audits that help...

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