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Tips for Maintaining Successful Scholarship Programs While Planning for an Unpredictable Fall 2020 Semester

Connection Cafe

4 Key Areas Financial Aid and Scholarship Leaders Should Consider When Planning for an Unpredictable Fall Semester. A lot has changed in the last few months.

5 Things That Nonprofits Wish They Knew Three Months Ago

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Stephanie Kanak , Content Strategist at Donor Perfect – a top-rated donor management system and fundraising platform for nonprofits. If you had a time machine and could go back to before coronavirus (COVID-19) impacted the world, how would you prepare? What would you do differently?

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Pledge Fundraising: 4 Tips for Creating a Powerful Campaign

Wild Apricot

Pledge fundraising raises money through promises of donations to be collected at a later date. Here's how you can pull off a successful campaign

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How To Give Praise

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Entrepreneur magazine's February 2012 issue offered these great, timeless tips on how to give praise : Praise followed by criticism is not praise. Praise followed by praise is probably a little too much praise. Ending an expression of praise with ".and and stuff" nullifies the praise.

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 150: Livestream Fundraising 101

Connection Cafe

Livestream fundraising – you’ve probably heard the term, but do you really understand how your social good organization can leverage this popular strategy? Have you wondered how you can you use livestreaming to connect with donors and raise more funds?

New! Earn a Certificate in Digital Marketing & Fundraising from Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nonprofit Tech for Good

101 Digital Marketing Best Practices for Nonprofits is a blog and webinar series offered by Nonprofit Tech for Good. Those who register and attend all three webinars in the series will earn a “Certificate of Completion” in Digital Marketing & Fundraising from Nonprofit Tech for Good.

Changing Your Website Theme: Tips from a Home Beer and Wine-Making Organization

Wild Apricot

If you're thinking about redesigning your site by switching your Wild Apricot website theme, this blog covers some best practices that have been shared with us by our guest blogger, Karen Wall, Webmaster of Wines and Steins

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Common Remote Training mistakes and how to avoid them

Gyrus

Few companies are now waking up to the reality of having to develop remote training capabilities. Here are some common mistakes which they should avoid

Top reasons to hire SEO services for your online platform!!

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Are you the one who is hoping to increase the online existence of your company in the field of the net-based market? Without any doubt, you should consider SEO Company or SEO services as your first choice because they will help you achieve your oriented goal in the best possible way.

How can nonprofits and funders create mutually agreeable performance measures?

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Whitney Herr-Buchholz, Fall 2019 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management Director of Operations & Advancement | University of Arizona School of Dance. Performance measurement (PM) informs strategic decisions.

70 Simple Rules For Sensational Customer Service

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Flavio Martins ' book, Win The Customer , teaches you 70 simple rules for sensational service. These can be used as a top-down resource in organizations looking to develop or enhance a service culture," explains Martins.

5 Reasons Your Nonprofit Should Use Infographics

Twenti - Digital Marketing For Nonprofits

5 Reasons Your Nonprofit Should Use Infographics. by Olivia Warnes. Infographics can transform your social media marketing for the better! Use infographics to spread your message and draw in donors!

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Leadership Books To Read This Summer

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Starting to choose which business books you'll read this summer? Here are some leadership books I highly recommend: Best Leadership Books Eric Jacobson Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leadership

How Great Leaders Think

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here is some good advice from Lee G. Bolman and Terrence E. Deal , authors of the book, How Great Leaders Think : Good thinking is the starting point for good leadership. Leaders who can reframe—look at the same thing from multiple perspectives—think better.

How To Be Your Best Self And Leader Every Day

Eric Jacobsen Blog

How To Prove Your Competence And Win People Over

Eric Jacobsen Blog

When you want to improve your competence and how others view your competence, the book, Convinced: How To Prove Your Competence And Win People Over , by Jack Nasher , is your go-to resource.

50 Leadership Tips Within 132 Pages

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The authors of this leadership book recommend that you don't read their book cover to cover. But, if you're like me, you'll read the book that way. That's because I found, The Little Book of Leadership Development , by Scott J. Allen and Mitchell Kusy, a compelling read, packed with practical tips and techniques for both leading and helping others to learn how to lead effectively. What you'll find is basically 50 one- to two-page chapters, each highlighting a leadership tip.