Category Archives: non profit

Why does Entrepreneurial Nonprofit Leadership matter?

Do you want to take your organization to a dynamic new level? We see a trend among leaders, just like you, taking a bolder, more courageous path. They are removing constraints, such as those of the government funding system along … Continue reading

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Which end of the telescope do you use?

Guest Post by: Gail Bower Twenty-first century business life moves at a faster pace than ever before. Staying on top of information that guides your business decisions is harder than ever. In some ways, you practically have to be clairvoyant … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurial Nonprofit Leaders: Building a Community of Supporters

Would it also surprise you to know that your fundraising auctions and benefit events are an untapped, golden opportunity? Strategically designed and conducted, you can powerfully connect your supporters to what they love and care about most about your great … Continue reading

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Are You an Entrepreneurial Nonprofit Leader?

Guest post by Karen Eber Davis Less than you think. But, still a lot. Money is a tool. You need money to buy resources to support and further your entrepreneurial efforts. Creating change is not free. If you’re an entrepreneurial leader, … Continue reading

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Does your benefit auction cause bidder fatigue?

Would it surprise you to know that many fundraising auction organizers and gala committees unknowingly cause “Bidder Fatigue?” What’s that? Bidder Fatigue is a fundraising plague where your beloved guests become exhausted by poor planning at fundraising auctions and events. … Continue reading

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