Here are some suggestions on how you can lead your team remotely through this crisis, with some fun ideas.
Donors may be shy to put their names on buildings or projects, but it can create a culture of philanthropy among their friends and colleagues.
If managers will embrace supportive ways to lead their fundraising teams, they will see a major difference in how the team performs, acts and increases revenue for the organization.
Have you ever been asked where you want to be in five years? Do you have an answer – or are you like most people who are just trying to get though the day?
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.
Does your organization overflow with inspiration and vision? Are your programs top-notch and making an impact? If yes, then you have the right ingredients to keep good major gift officers. If you keep losing good people every couple of years, maybe this is your problem.