Select Presentations

  • Major Gifts: The Art and Science of the Ask
  • Future Directions in Board & Volunteer Development
  • Mastering Your Skills for a Successful Campaign
  • Pulling It all Together: Developing Your Fundraising Plan
  • The Role of the Board in Philanthropy
  • Testing, Planning & Executing a Capital Campaign: Partnering with Counsel
  • Building a Major and Planned Gifts Program
  • Utilizing Volunteers in a Planned Giving Program
  • Developing a Quality Case Statement
  • Getting the Most from Your Individual Donor: Cultivating & Upgrading Their Annual Gifts
  • Translating Your Vision to Maximize Philanthropy
  • Turning a “No” into a “Yes”
  • Capital Campaign: Moves that Make the Difference: 20 Tips in 60 Minutes
  • Building a Major Program from your Annual Gifts Constituency
  • The Integrated Development Program
  • Whose Shop Is It Anyway
  • Asking for the Big Gift
  • The Development Action Plan
  • Laying the Foundation for Fund Development -Strategic Planning
  • Campaign End Game
  • Fundamentals of Major Gifts
  • The Wild and Crazy Side of Major and Planned Gifts
  • Major Gifts Solicitation: Before, During and After the Ask
  • The Principles of Philanthropy and Fundraising
  • Wealth Recognition in Soliciting Major and Planned Gifts
  • Working Effectively With Boards
  • Effective Solicitation Strategies
  • The Wild and Crazy Side of Fundraising
  • Making an Effective Ask: Ingredients for Success
  • Major and Planned Giving: From Transactions to Transformation
  • Cultural Change: Moving Annual Event Donors to Major Gift Donors
  • The Art and Science of Reading Body Language
  • Creating and Sustaining the Fund Development Initiative
  • Purposeful Boards, Powerful Fundraising
  • Best Practices in Board Governance
  • Maximizing Your Fundraising Event Through Applying the Principles of ROI
  • The Critical Role of the CEO in Major Gifts Fundraising
  • Developing a Fundraising Plan

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