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Share Stories to Further Your Cause

NonProfit Hub

Once upon a time…. With that phrase alone, I feel a twinge of anticipation for what’s coming next. Everyone loves a good story.

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 101: Building Trust and Accountability with Donor Statements

Connection Cafe

Has your organization better connected finance and development and you’re now looking for what you can do next to ensure sustainable mission success?

A Long Interview as I say Goodbye to the MAH (and Thoughts on the Privilege of Leading Change)

Museum 2.0

Some of our courageous team. We are strong together. I'm in my final week at the MAH. It's everything I hoped and feared: sweet, exciting, sad, poignant, and full of delicious treats and surprises from my loving, zany colleagues.

[Twitter Takeover] #GivingTuesday: One Day to Make a World of Difference

Nonprofit Tech for Good

On Tuesday, August 6, @GivingTuesday will takeover @NonprofitOrgs for 24 hours to lead a conversation about how to set your nonprofit up for success, what the data tells us about who’s giving on GivingTuesday, and how you can get involved in the biggest giving movement of all time.

Staff Transitions: Tips for a Smooth Changeover

NonProfit Hub

It’s going to happen (if it hasn’t already): one of your employees will find a new job, or move to a new city, or both. They’ll give you their two weeks. If you’re lucky, they’ll stay a little longer. It’s never fun to lose an employee, even if they leave on good terms.

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2018 Charitable Giving Report: Spotlight on Higher Ed with CASE CEO Sue Cunningham

Connection Cafe

Our research is in! The latest 2018 Charitable Giving Report with a spotlight on higher education can help institutions get a handle on the trends. I recently spoke with Sue Cunningham, president and CEO of CASE, to get her take on trends in higher education advancement.

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EveryAction Acquires DonorTrends

The Science Behind Engaging your Supporters

Predictive Analytics Fundraising Product Fuels EveryAction’s Rise in Nonprofit Market. Washington, D.C., June 6, 2019 – EveryAction, a leading software provider for nonprofit fundraisers, announced today that it has acquired DonorTrends.

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Orlando iPhone Repair Tips on Prolonging Your Battery Life

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Apple iPhone may not be the best model of smartphone, but it’s undoubtedly among the most popular. People see it as a matter of prestige but forget its high-quality performance. However, there is one thing identified as a weakness of all iPhone models – battery.

How To Create A WordPress Website For Nonprofits On A Budget

Nonprofits Source

Creating a website for your nonprofit can be an intimidating, lengthy, and often expensive process. But it doesn’t have to be. In this article, I’m going to break down my step-by-step process for building a beautifully designed WordPress website, regardless of your budget.

Nonprofit Budgeting Tips to Exceed Your Financial Goals

Donor Search

Nonprofit finances are truly unique. While for-profit organizations provide a product or service to the community in order to make money, nonprofits ask for money to fund a mission towards the greater good of the world. This means that the mission is the top priority for nonprofit organizations. Money from donations, sponsorships, and other resources…

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How to Create the Ultimate New Member Welcome Packet

Wild Apricot

Find out how to create the ultimate new member welcome packet with these 10 essential tips, and templates for inspiration

A guide to Instagram Marketing Service for Instagram users

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Instagram is a very good platform for your business and with right Instagram marketing service it can do a lot of things to improve your brand awareness. However, simply having an account on Instagram is not sufficient to achieve your business goals.

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: Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leadership Leadership Books Summer Reading

Going Viral: How One Organization Was Transformed by an Unexpected Windfall

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by Catherine Friederich Murray Spring 2019 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management. A windfall is fabulous, right? After all, what nonprofit leader wouldn’t want to walk into work one Monday morning to find a pile of money, an unexpected gift, on their doorstep?

How to Create an Amazing Subscription Website in Less Than a Day

Wild Apricot

Building a subscription website doesn't have to be difficult. In this guide, I'll show you the easiest way to create one and easily start your online business

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How to Utilise SEO for Apps

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

The technology that your business pushes out into the world can be extremely valuable. But, typically, only if you know how to really utilise this technology from a marketing point of view. Your app is no different.

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Leadership Tip: Wait 24 Hours Before Responding

Eric Jacobsen Blog

As a leader a time will come when you have to write an email, memo or letter to address an issue of great importance or concern to you. Or, perhaps in response to something that displeased you, disappointed you, frustrated you, or upset you. Write that document. Then, let it sit.

How to Add Wild Apricot Features to Other Website Builders

Wild Apricot

If your site uses another website builder but you want to include Wild Apricot features, you can! Here's how to embed widgets in popular site builders

How To Win Versus Survive

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Jack H. Llewellyn , PhD is a sports psychology consultant who has helped a major league baseball pitcher become a Cy Young Award winner, A NASCAR driver go from number six overall to number one and with the Winston Cup Series Championship, and countless leaders at Fortune 500 companies.

Five Cultural Fit Questions For Interviewing The Ideal Candidate

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you are leading an organization and are the last person to interview a candidate, focus your questions more on trying to see if the person is a cultural fit. Here are a few questions to pose to potential new hires (from the book, Advisory Leadership : What motivates you?

The Critical Years Of Your Professional Life

Eric Jacobsen Blog

A lot has happened since 1997 when Robert L. Dilenschneider wrote, The Critical First Years of your Professional Life. That's why a few years ago he released a new edition of his best-seller. The book contains all the lessons you'll need to learn about functioning at work," explains Dilenschneider.

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.