Every nonprofit needs to continuously improve their fundraising. To do so, we look to new tactics, strategies, and tools to give us additional ways of acquiring and developing donors.
But all the strategies, tools, and resources in the world will only take you so far.
If you want to continuously grow your fundraising and digital marketing, you have to have the H-factor.
We’re talking about Human Data. It’s the most important factor in your ability to:
- Hire the right people
- Develop an effective team
- Implement growth strategies
- Increase your fundraising revenue
After analyzing the behaviors and values of 500 nonprofit fundraisers (executives, managers, and practitioners), we’ve identified several critical areas in which nonprofits are failing to put the right people in the right roles in order to achieve results.
In this webinar, Dr. Chuck Coker breaks down everything he’s learned from this analysis. He reveals key problems in the nonprofit industry resulting from insufficient human data, and gives 4 specific strategies you can implement to hire, develop, and retain the right people – all in order to expand your cause and your impact.
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Optimize Your Team and Improve Your Results
This free research study outlines everything we discovered through an assessment of 500 nonprofit fundraisers. It outlines potential key issues that nonprofits are facing in regards to hiring, employee development, and retention – and offers practical ways to improve.Download the Study
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LifeThrive offers a free assessment so you can see how you stack up to the fundraisers and nonprofits assessed in this study. Use this assessment to gain a greater understanding of your behaviors, mindsets, and tendencies.
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