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.
Frontline fundraisers need access to program information that reflects donors’ passions and interests. Otherwise, revenue will suffer.
The more we work collaboratively and lean on our collective skills, the better we can connect donors to our mission in meaningful ways.
Start a conversation with your internal partners to build trust within your organization and find more opportunities for collaboration.
Knowing that good management is important is only one piece of the puzzle. Learn how to be a manager people want to work for.