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Going Virtual is Not Enough, Part Two: Competitive P2P Events

Connection Cafe

Recently, we discussed how to reimagine traditional fundraising walks for Fall 2020 and beyond. This post will cover competitive fundraising events, such as cycling, endurance, and race events.

Microphilanthropy Explained

NonProfit Hub

For decades, philanthropy has been seen largely as black-tie galas paired with pricey auction items ? large events for larger wallets. With the introduction of the internet and social media, donors now have the ability to participate and give in new and more accessible ways.

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[WEBINAR] Website & Email Marketing Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Date: Tuesday, September 16, 2020. Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT (2 hours). Presented by: Heather Mansfield , Founder and Editor-in-chief of Nonprofit Tech for Good. Cost: $10 (USD). This is the first of three webinars in a blog and webinar series called 101 Digital Marketing Best Practices for Nonprofits. Those who attend all three webinars will earn of Certificate of Completion from Nonprofit Tech for Good. Please Note: This webinar was last presented on June 16.

Announcing the 2020 Virtual Event Report: Everything You Need to Know to Run a Better Virtual Event

Wild Apricot

We surveyed over 1,000 membership organizations to help solve all of your most pressing challenges related to virtual events. Read this post to learn the top three takeaways and download the Virtual Event Report to read the full insights

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 158: The Science of Managing Fundraisers

Connection Cafe

We spend a lot of time, energy, and attention on engaging the right donors, building relationships with them, and reaching other key objectives. But those are mostly external activities, and one of the keys to improvement is looking inward. That’s where the idea of performance management comes into play. Joining the podcast today is Stacy Rooney, a Principal Business Consultant at Blackbaud, to discuss the concept of fundraiser performance management.

How LMS can help with Skill Management? - Gyrus

Gyrus

It is not training, but skills that allow people to succeed in their job, but skills. Employees may be compelled to attend training classes after training class, and they may even pass tests. However, while the trainer may be satisfied that his trainees have ‘learned’ what he was teaching them, it does not necessarily mean that they would be able to implement what they have learned in the real-life situations that they would be confronted by during everyday work.

Five Ways To Know If You Are A Trustworthy Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

You are a trustworthy leader if you answer “yes” to the following five questions, explains Bob Rosen , author of the book, Grounded: How leaders Stay Rooted In An Uncertain World :” Do you keep your promises , even the small ones (instead of letting some commitments slide)? Do you guard against the “Big Boss Disease ;” that tendency to isolate yourself and cut off criticism (and do you not shoot the messenger when you get bad news?).

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Why the new revenue recognition and nonprofit standards are significant for nonprofits

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by Erna Dubravic, Accounting and Assurance Manager, Beach Fleischman Blog originally posted here. For the general public, the designation “nonprofit” is often correlated with donations. The thought of a nonprofit entity earning revenue and having customers can appear contradictory. However, these entities can earn revenue and have customers, so long as these transactions serve their mission and purpose.

What Fuels Financial Sustainably? A Continuous Cycle of These 4 Elements

Blue Fox

​[PREFACE: This blog article was started pre-coronavirus pandemic. That’s why the first sentence doesn’t start, “During these difficult times,” and the context doesn’t talk about COVID-19 throughout. However, it’s important to note that building a financially sustainable nonprofit is your best shot to keep services running during tough economic times such as these.

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The Six Dimensions Of Being A Healthy Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

In Bob Rosen’s book, Grounded: How Leaders Stay Rooted In An Uncertain World , he explains that there are six dimensions of being a healthy leader: Physical health : how you live. How you manage your mind and body – managing your energy and living a peak performance lifestyle. Emotional health : how you feel. This is about being self-aware and having positive emotions and the ability to be resilient, catching yourself when you have a counterproductive thought.

Targeted Impact: Episode 5 Recap with Rich Vallaster

Wild Apricot

We sat down with events expert Rich Vallaster to answer your most pressing questions about virtual events and trade shows. Here are the answers to the most common questions we received

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What To Ask A New Employee 30, 60 And 90 Days After They Started Their Job

Eric Jacobsen Blog

In Paul Falcone ’s book, 75 Ways For Managers To Hire, Develop And Keep Great Employee s , he recommends asking new employees the following questions 30, 60 and 90 days after they were hired: 30-Day One-on-One Follow-Up Questions Why do you think we selected you as an employee? What do you like about the job and the organization so far? What’s been going well? What are the highlights of your experiences so far?