Nonprofit fundraising leaders need to report progress to the board, usually at every board meeting. The typical board report is one detail after another: which gift or grant came in, which didn’t, why this or that opportunity is delayed, and so on. All too often, these reports—which could be positive—produce a negative reaction by board members. By reporting differently, you can convert those uncomfortable experiences into positive ones. A new approach will save you time and effort, enabling you to gather pertinent information more quickly.
- What is the value of a summary report?
- How is data more emotionally neutral than anecdotes?
- How can you use ideal funder profiles to attract warm leads?
- How does the pipeline model help your board understand progress?
- How can you produce a realistic forecast of pending philanthropic investments
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