Empowering and strengthening you and your leadership skills is my passion. YOU are important, the work you do is impactful. I know and understand that as a nonprofit professional your work is never done and that you are wearing many hats. That’s why it’s so important to me that you have the most effective tools and skills to optimize and increase your resources to reach your personal and professional potential. Join me as I provide an assortment of ideas, tools, and gems to be a happier and more effective leader.
These are interesting times we are living in. Every day I am bombarded with emails asking for support and donations. I bet you are too. That means so are your donors. So how do you get your donors to hear your message through all of this?
I’m delighted that Susan Zinder, a nonprofit attorney, has joined me to review the basics of the Board from a legal perspective.
What if you can get the Board involved in fundraising without them asking for the money? Sometimes we try so hard to make them understand their role in fundraising and still they don’t get it. As we all know there are several steps to fundraising besides asking.
Have you ever thought of yourself as a success? Or do you wait for someone else to acknowledge you? And then sometimes you’re still not a success.
This was a secret fear of mine; will I ever be a success? Success was such a loaded word for me. it was a heavy weight on me most my professional career. Yes, I’ve won awards and yes, I’ve been recognized but still was I a success? Maybe you have asked this question of yourself too.
Some of the highlights of what you’ll learn:
- Queen Elizabeth from 1602 is involved with regulating NY Charities today
- Impact NY Charities have on our economy
- The 3 advantages of cause marketing
- The risks of cause marketing
- Choosing cause marketing partners