3 Ways for Fundraisers to Rock Their Jobs

This article from Marc A. Pitman is a great one if you’re a development director who can empathize with the UnderDeveloped report that came out recently. According to the report, a disturbing amount of fundraisers are discontent with their job situation–and executives discontent with their fundraiser.

The advice he gives is great, and comes from the someone who’s been in the fundraising trenches. First, figure out where your time is going, both for your benefit and your boss’s. Second, make a commitment to prioritizing what truly brings the biggest fundraising impact for your organization. Finally, keep getting educated. Don’t be ok with what you already know: learn to fundraise better.

To read about these suggestions in far more detail, I encourage you to read the full post:

3 ways fundraisers can slow the revolving door [The Fundraising Coach]


Marc Koenig

Marc Koenig is a regular contributor of Nonprofit Hub. Marc believes smart, ethical marketing can make the world a better place, and strives to create content that helps nonprofits tell better stories, push their organizations to excel and do work that matters. You'll find him writing Nonprofit Hub featured posts, brainstorming infographics and tweeting up a storm at @npmarc - follow him and say hi!

January 30, 2013

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