If you want your fundraiser to focus their time on building relationships with donors, you need to build a support team around them.
Asking boldly helps your organization address the problem it seeks to solve while honoring donors. Here’s how to feel more confident in your asking.
If you want to be a successful leader, you must hire people with different communication styles, approaches, and opinions.
If you want to encourage your team to boldly share new ideas in your donor strategy meetings, you need to model that kind of openness.
When non-profits set up different departments for their various fundraising vehicles, it creates a barrier for donors.
When fundraising managers only focus on getting the money, performance measurement becomes a destructive force. Here’s how to do it right.