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19 November 2013

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3 Places to Recruit Your Board Volunteers

  If your nonprofit is new, making a tiny amount of money with events, or has a disengaged board, it might be time to […]

16 October 2013

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Fixing a Toxic Work Environment

Do you work in a silo? Do you not really know your co-workers? Are your staff meetings just interminable? Are you wondering how to […]

15 October 2013

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 October 15, 2013
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Are you a stressed out fundraiser?

Recently I read an excellent book called “Give and Take” Why is it excellent? Because it talks about what to do when you’re stressed […]

15 August 2013

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6 August 2013

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Are you ready to lead a nonprofit? Guest Post by Christina Attard

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The book that helped me the most in determining which pond I wanted to be in was Strengthsfinder 2.0. It focuses on the idea that each person has a very individual set of strengths. Knowing what those strengths are allows you to align your life so that you are able to do what you do best, every day. Before focusing on a senior management role, evaluate your strengths and see if this is a chance to broaden or deepen in the area of focus you’re already working in or if it is time to move to a new pond.

18 July 2013

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After Under-Developed, the Deluge

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Why Nonprofit Fundraising Staff are Shafted, and What to Do About It

17 July 2013

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 July 17, 2013
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Getting fired in fundraising: What’s behind it?

Fundraising professional, have you ever been fired from a fundraising job?

If you’re a nonprofit leader, have you had some turnover in your fundraising staff lately?

Are you trying to hire a new fundraising person now?

What if… the real common denominator in fundraising staff turnover was not bad hiring practices, but conditions beyond the fundraiser’s control?

2 July 2013

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Is Your Nonprofit Work Meaningful Work?

  “I’m using every ounce of my will, my intelligence, my heart and my soul.”   Can you say that when you wake up […]

11 June 2013

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Fascinating interview with Roger Craver + My Favorite Part

Roger Craver lays it down with this podcast with Jeff Brooks! He says a lot of interesting things! He’s been fundraising longer than I’ve […]

14 May 2013

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25 March 2013

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Efficient Charities: Is your nonprofit pursuing something inhuman?

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I have to tell you these things! Because the people running your nonprofit are thinking about these things. They’re thinking,

“How can we make this nonprofit run more like a business, with RUTHLESS EFFICIENCY?” and this may be the wrong question to ask.

6 February 2013

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What really rich people want

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How can you get in touch with what a rich person wants?
What their deepest fears and desires are?

21 January 2013

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25 June 2012

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What Is Your Vocabulary and How Does It Affect Your Donors?

I took a workshop last weekend about boundaries and one of the things the trainer said struck me.
She said, “New language won’t solve all your problems and make all of your messy relationships neat and sanitized, but it CAN start to help you think differently about how to solve problems.”

24 April 2012

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 April 24, 2012
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INTERVIEW: Lisa Taylor of Challenge Factory Talks Your Career Transition

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