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Book Review: ‘Achieving Excellence in Fundraising’

NonProfit PRO

As I was beginning to build my library on fundraising, I knew I had to obtain the book, “Henry Rosso’s Achieving Excellence in Fund Raising.” Can you imagine my joy and excitement when it was announced that Wiley Publishing had published the fifth edition of “Achieving Excellence in Fundraising”?

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Book Review: The Surprising Gift of Doubt

NonProfit PRO

“The Surprising Gift of Doubt,” written by Marc Pitman of Concord Leadership Group, is a book that’s not just about nonprofit leadership. It can be applied to leaders in any situation, especially if you, as a leader, needs some re-grounding or refocus.

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Best New Leadership Book Of 2023

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Each year, after reading and reviewing dozens of new leadership books, I select my pick for the year's best new leadership book. For 2023, after reading nearly 40 leadership books, my pick for this year’s best new leadership book is When Everyone Leads. In the meantime, add this book to your must-read list.”

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Leadership Books To Read During Spring Break

Eric Jacobsen Blog

When you have some downtime to relax and ready, I recommend these compelling books about leadership: Spring break is just around the corner for many people.

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Book Review: Generosity Crisis

NonProfit PRO

“The Generosity Crisis” identifies how the nonprofit world is in a battle for survival against many competitive, deep-pocketed and unsuspecting forces. To survive in this dynamically changing environment, nonprofits must rethink how they do what they do today with their community of supporters and donors.

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Book Review: Creative Deviations

NonProfit PRO

It’s finally here: a new handbook on direct mail called "Creative Deviations." It’s heavy, it’s filled with 286 pages, with nice large print, easy-to-read typeface and lots of “yous.”.

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Fundraising Book Review: ‘Green Green’

NonProfit PRO

I love fundraising book recommendations and, as you probably know by now, I love reading (and writing) fundraising books. So here is a review of the book "Green Green," published by Civil Sector Press, written by Canadian David Love, who has been raising funds for more than 51 years.

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