Leadership isn’t innate; it isn’t in your genes. It has to be learned and mastered because it’s about supplementing behavior with a definable set of skills and abilities.
Small shops can tackle big challenges. Here, an advancement services professional from the University of Salford weighs in on how small teams can be successful.
It’s simply not enough to show numbers. According to speakers at the DRIVE/ Conference, advancement professionals must engage audiences with data through stories.
Sure, graphs can explain data. But the best tactic to make numbers memorable? Connect them to your listeners’ lives, says statistics guru Talithia Williams.
The 2015 CASE Summit for Advancement Leaders took place July 12-14, 2015, in Chicago, Illinois. If you missed the conference and want to learn more about what was discussed—or want […]
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