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I work primarily with nonprofits, primarily in the area of fundraising. Much of my work is with development directors, and—as the typical development professional changes jobs every 18 months—the people I work with are often looking for a new job. … Continue reading
She is committed, good at her job, raises a lot of money, and is woefully underpaid. So, so did the reasonable thing—based on her performance, she asked for a raise. Oh no, said the organization (well, the person representing the … 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
It’s always been said—truthfully I think—that if you want something done, ask the busiest person you know. I know in my own life, the busier I truly am, the more productive I tend to be. Yes, there is a point … Continue reading