It’s true—social media can distract your nonprofit employees. But you can’t expect them to maintain your nonprofit’s Facebook page without checking their newsfeeds too.
Now your nonprofit won’t have to trade employees’ productivity for an engaging social media presence. Rather, your organization can adopt new principles of collaboration so that the time employees spend on social media actually aids teamwork. Plus, adopting a new approach to social media will nurture participation from previously uninvolved employees.
Learn more about using social media as a productivity tool in the article linked below.
Social Media Can Be the Opposite of a Time-Suck [Social Fish]