4 Free Professional Development Opportunities You Might Not Be Thinking About
With just a little extra effort you could be finding opportunities that help you advance your skills and position you as a social good thought leader, whether you are a fundraiser, grantmaker, accountant, communications professional, etc.
One Thing Most Nonprofits Stink at (Donor Retention) and How You Can Change It in 2019
Donor retention rates are at an all time low of 27%, but Chuck Longfield & other nonprofit fundraising experts can help. Learn how to improve retention rates!
Optimize Your Nonprofit Fundraising Team with Human Data
Using human data can transform the hiring process and ensure that top candidates are the best fit for the role. Learn how to bolster your nonprofit's hiring process.
Three Roles of the Nonprofit CFO that Lead to Mission Success
The most successful nonprofit CFOs take on three key roles: Builder, Strategic Decision-Maker and Cultural Trendsetter. Learn how to embody each of these roles to make mission success happen.
How to Nail the Soft Skills of Fundraising: The Face-to-Face Ask
Asking is part art and part science. Solid face-to-face fundraising techniques require practice and attention. This blog shares 4 pillars of a successful ask.
How to Say “Thank You” to Donors at Year-End
How to say “thank you,” and create the nonprofit organization that is known for truly valuing its donors.
Why Pitch Competitions Matter in Spurring Nonprofit Innovation
Although the Rise of the Rest Road Trip was all about for-profit ventures, the same phenomenon is happening in the philanthropic community.
It’s Time to Know What You Don’t Know
Why are so many of us wasting precious resources by settling with “time-sucks” and the status quo? Let's achieve more with our time.
Building the Future: A Legacy of Success
Develop What? Creating a Legacy of Pride Contributing to a blog is like contributing to the Pharmacy of Life: Some days we’re [...]
Not Performing to Your Potential? Maybe It’s Time for Some Self-Reflection
It's important that we take the time to look ourselves in the mirror and evaluate how we're performing.