Today’s senior leaders in advancement face the challenge of aligning their work to keep up with the changing landscape of higher education. We sat down with four leaders to explore big issues facing higher education.
You can’t measure the quality of a visit, but you can determine the quality of work when visits lead to major gifts, writes David Lively.
“If you have a good manager and a good team, they’re going to perform at a much higher level than if you have a team that is mismanaged,” says Herbert, senior vice president for university advancement at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Advancement leaders shared common mistakes and markers of successful managers. Here are a few of their takeaways.