The Importance of the Thank You: Creating an Attitude of Gratitude

NonProfit Hub

We need to foster an attitude of gratitude and create a culture of thanking our donors. To create an attitude of gratitude , consider the good ole’ fashioned 5Ws and an H: Who is involved in each step of the thank you process? Sponsored by Network for Good.

The Frogloop Interview: Sheeraz Haji - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Haji initially stayed on, as Convios president, but stepped down from that role last month, although he remains a member of Convios board of directors. For example, in France, the government plays a much bigger role in education and healthcare.

More From #P2P15 | The Most Tweetable Peer to Peer Moments

Connection Cafe

Like hard work and patience, investment in DIY will play a key role in determining how many of these programs land in the Peer to Peer Thirty over the next five years. RT @npshana If you have an attitude that your fundraising is bothering people, you will never be successful.

Four Tips to Help Nonprofit Marketing Departments Create a Culture of Philanthropy

Connection Cafe

This activity helps you articulate why a culture of philanthropy is important, your values, and the way you work. To be effective, this attitude needs to be reversed.

Creating Buy-In for a Data Culture at Your Nonprofit

Tech Soup Blog

This begins with the CEO or president, who needs to articulate what she or he sees as the fundamental importance of dedicating staff time towards these goals. Prototype : It is one thing for you to articulate why integrating data is important, and it's another to show your colleagues why.

Take Command -- How To Be A First Responder In Business (Interview With Author Jake Wood)

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Wood : Football taught me a lot about the power of understanding roles. My coach, Barry Alvarez, used to yell "know your role." A few surgeries later I found my role relegated to that of a back up and mentor to a rising star.

How Can Nonprofits Switch to a Data-Driven Culture?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Culture is an organization’s operating patterns of behavior, activities, and attitudes, influenced by a shared set of values and beliefs that characterize the way people work together. Most people won’t change their behaviors until they observe the role models in their organization acting.

The Frogloop Interview: Sheeraz Haji - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Haji initially stayed on, as Convios president, but stepped down from that role last month, although he remains a member of Convios board of directors. For example, in France, the government plays a much bigger role in education and healthcare.

Notes from the Future: Reflections on the IMLS Meeting on Museums and Libraries in the 21st Century

Museum 2.0

How do you measure and articulate the value of museums and libraries? This attitude is often self-serving: it’s also a practical problem for those who actually want to create change. How do you measure and articulate the value of museums and libraries?