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If you’re working for a small non-profit and you’re “it,” you can still be wildly successful with a major gift program. Small can be mighty!
Over time, we’ve found that questions from fundraisers often fall in certain categories. And under those categories, the same basic questions get asked. I’m going to answer three of them that come at us quite a bit.
Leaders who can’t take counsel from others, who assume they’re always right, who shame employees in public – these are leaders to avoid at all costs.
in non-profits today, leaders think that board members should just know what they are supposed to do and be for the organization. That is clearly a mistake.
Non-profits whose leaders understand donors as part of their mission will thrive in the coming decades. Those that don’t will struggle to be relevant.