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The Power Of Documenting

Our conversation was about succession—and how difficult that is with a one person office or department. No one is trained to take over, and once you’ve gone so goes corporate history. This problem is exacerbated when the job in question … Continue reading

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On Being An Ambassador

Being an ambassador is a critical role for board members of nonprofits. But, what, exactly, does that mean? Simply telling others about the good work the organization does is nice, but is it effective? Does it make any difference? It … Continue reading

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Secrets of Fundraising Success: Documenting Your Actions

Many years ago, for a now defunct magazine, I wrote an article on the value of documenting one’s development actions. While the magazine may have died, the need to track your development activities is still very much alive. “The most … Continue reading

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How to Follow Up

I’ve said it before, and I’m sure I’ll say it again:  I have a failure of imagine when it comes to  visualizing what people do in their work.  So when my client told me that she “hadn’t had time” to … Continue reading

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