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When I first started consulting, one of the best consultants I know—Carol Hass—gave me the best advice: Always, she said, meet your clients where they are. Not where you want them to be; not even where they think they should … Continue reading
Five days a week, I spend 30 minutes on the treadmill. To lessen the boredom, I listen to podcasts and classes from iTune University. Lately, I’ve been entranced by a philosophy course from Yale Open University. At the beginning of … Continue reading
Working with many different nonprofit organizations as I do, I get to see a wide range of development director jobs. Mostly, when I read the job description or talk to the person in the job, I can only shake my … Continue reading
We were talking about planned giving as a way that some donors could make larger gifts without negatively impacting their families or their current lifestyle. Some of the people on the development committee were really against the idea of allowing … Continue reading