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Making The Case For Leadership

Author: Jon Derek Croteau
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781442206335
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"Strong higher education advancement leadership is more important today than ever. The success of advancement and development offices rests largely on the shoulders of chief advancement officers. Through groundbreaking research, this book identifies details and themes of leadership along with theoretical and practical implications important to a broad academic audience"-- Provided by publisher.

Making The Case For Leadership

Author: Jon Derek Croteau
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1442206357
Size: 78.66 MB
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Strong higher education advancement leadership is more important today than ever. The success of advancement and development offices rests largely on the shoulders of chief advancement officers. Through groundbreaking research, this book identifies details and themes of leadership along with theoretical and practical implications important to a broad academic audience.

Institutional Advancement

Author: E. Proper
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137374306
Size: 70.45 MB
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Institutional Advancement comprehensively reviews and evaluates the published empirical research on advancement in higher education of the last 23 years, covering fundraising, alumni relations, public relations, marketing, and the role of institutional leadership in all of these.

Fundraising

Author: Michael J. Worth
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483393585
Size: 51.50 MB
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Fundraising: Principles and Practice provides readers with a comprehensive introduction to fundraising. Taking a balanced perspective, bestselling author Michael J. Worth offers insights on the practical application of relevant theory. The text is designed to engage readers in thinking critically about issues in fundraising and philanthropy to prepare them for careers in the nonprofit sector. Worth explores donor motivations and fundraising techniques for annual giving programs, major gift programs, planned giving, and corporate and foundation giving and campaigns. Traditional methods, including direct mail and personal solicitations, are discussed as well as new tools and practices, including online fundraising, crowd-funding and social networks, analytics, and predictive modeling. Written specifically for nonprofit career-oriented individuals, this book helps readers become successful fundraisers.

The New Fundraisers

Author: Beth Breeze
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 1447325001
Size: 66.30 MB
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Charitable fundraising has become ever more urgent in a time of extensive public spending cuts. However, while the identity and motivation of those who donate comes under increasingly close scrutiny, little is known about the motivation and characteristics of the ‘askers’, despite almost every donation being solicited or prompted in some way. This is the first empirically-grounded and theorised account of the identity, characteristics and motivation of fundraisers in the UK. Based on original data collected during a 3-year study of over 1,200 fundraisers, the book argues that it is not possible to understand charitable giving without accounting for the role of fundraising.

The Chief Development Officer

Author: Ronald Schiller
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781610489355
Size: 16.31 MB
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Until recently, the chief development officer (CDO) has focused primarily, if not exclusively, on fundraising. In the past two decades, largely in response to greater demand and competition for fundraising revenue, the responsibilities and corresponding required competencies of CDOs have evolved. Today s CDOs play senior, strategic leadership roles in their organizations. The Chief Development Officer: Beyond Fundraising is a guide to those preparing for the role of CDO and to those charged with selecting, appointing, and supporting CDOs. It includes nine chapters, each presenting a role beyond frontline fundraising and fundraising program management in which today s successful CDO excels. There are many wonderful development leaders and many wonderful nonprofit organizations, but not always the best marriages between leaders and organizations. The immediate goal of this book is better marriages, supporting an ultimate goal of continued health and growth of nonprofit organizations and the essential contributions they make to a civil society."

How To Run A College

Author: Brian C. Mitchell
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421424770
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Rejecting the notion that American colleges are holdovers from a bygone time, How to Run a College shows instead that they are centers of experimentation and innovation that heavily influence higher education not only in the United States but worldwide.

Leading The Campaign

Author: Michael J. Worth
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 9781607096511
Size: 27.49 MB
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This book discusses fundamental campaign principles, but is not a how-to guide. Rather, its emphasis lies on the strategic decisions that a campaign requires and on campaign leadership.

Fundraising And Institutional Advancement

Author: Noah D. Drezner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136341803
Size: 69.38 MB
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In this timely textbook, authors Drezner and Huehls take the interdisciplinary, complex nature of the study of philanthropy and fundraising and apply it to the field of higher education. Covering issues of increasing importance to institutions—including donor cultivation, growth of fundraising at community colleges and minority institutions, engagement of young alumni, volunteerism, and the competing roles of stakeholders—this book helps readers apply theory to the practice of advancement in post-secondary education. Special Features: Coverage of historical and theoretical underpinnings and insights from related literature and research. Discussion of new donor populations including women, communities of color, the LGBTQ population, students, and young alumni. On-the-ground case studies bring theories into focus by creating a bridge to experience and action. Practical implications for the design of fundraising campaigns and strategies. Guiding questions that encourage students to think beyond the current literature and practice. This textbook bridges research, theory, and practice to help higher education administrators and institutions effectively negotiate the fundraising terrain and advance their institution.