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Character in fundraising - Principle number six: Persuasiveness

Written By: Roger Richard Breault
August 23, 2004

This is the sixth in a series of articles about the seven character traits to develop to become an effective fundraiser. This week: being persuasive.

Character in fundraising - Principle number five: Efficiency

Written By: Roger Richard Breault
July 26, 2004

This is the fifth in a series of articles about the seven character traits to develop to become an effective fundraiser. This week: being efficient.

Character in fundraising - Principle number four: Direction

Written By: Roger Richard Breault
June 28, 2004

This is the fourth in a series of articles about the seven character traits to develop to become an effective, fundraiser. This week: having direction.

Character in fundraising - Principle number three: Self-confidence

Written By: Roger Richard Breault
May 25, 2004

This is the third in a series of articles about the seven character traits to develop to become an effective, fundraiser. This week: have self-confidence.

Character in fundraising - Principle number two: Fervency

Written By: Roger Richard Breault
April 19, 2004

This is the second in a series of articles about the seven character traits to develop to become an effective, fundraiser. This week: be fervent.

Character in fundraising - Principle number one: Intelligence

Written By: Roger Richard Breault
March 22, 2004

This is the first in a series of articles about the seven character traits to develop to become an effective, fundraiser. This week: being intelligent.

The true meaning of progressive discipline

Written By: Teresa Howe
March 15, 2004

The purpose of progressive discipline, how it works and how to execute it.

Painless performance appraisals

Written By: Teresa Howe
July 21, 2003

How to help people set goals and achieve them through painless performance appraisals.

E-learning myths, challenges, and benefits

Written By: Jacques LeCavalier and Bill Tucker
May 26, 2003

This article dispels some of the common misconceptions about e-learning.

Building an arsenal against stress and burnout

Written By: Kristin Duare McKinnon
April 28, 2003

In honour of Mental Health Week, a profile of the Canadian Mental Health Association's Stress & Burnout workshops.

Managing anxiety in the workplace

Written By: Teresa Howe
April 21, 2003

Tips and guidelines for managing stress in the workplace, in particular for dealing with concerns related to SARS.

Everyday solutions for training and development

Written By: Teresa Howe
February 17, 2003

Everyday learning opportunities and activities.

Coping with change

Written By: Monika Penner
July 15, 2002

This article examines how changes in an agency can be a positive experience for all, and reasons for negative reactions to change.

Strengthening nonprofit organizations from within

Written By: Nicole Zummach
February 18, 2002

These organizations have found a way to provide programs and professional development for their employees.

Mental health blinders costing big bucks

Written By: No
October 4, 1999

According to a study conducted by Homewood, Canadians are more than twice as likely to report being off work because of stress, mental illness or emotional health problems as they are for physical illness or injury.

Book Review: The Personal Efficiency Program

Written By: CharityVillage
January 1, 1999

In this to-the-point guide, Kerry Gleeson, founder of the Institute for Business Technology and creator of the PEP program teaches how to get organized to do more work in less time.

Book Review: The Promise of Meditation

Written By: CharityVillage
January 1, 1999

A revolutionary new business book, The Promise of Mediation is about responding to conflict through empowerment and recognition.

Book Review: Successful Time Management

Written By: CharityVillage
January 1, 1999

Simply put, this self-teaching guide shows you how to effectively manage your time. Revised and expanded to include current technology and strategies, the second edition takes an interactive step-by-step approach.

Education consortium launches National Program in Fundraising Education

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
September 14, 1998

This September, the National Program in Fundraising Education, a consortium of educational institutions from across Canada, will launch a new program in charitable fundraising education.

You can't do it all

Written By: Kristin Duare McKinnon
July 6, 1998

Working for charities and nonprofit organizations is rewarding and inspiring for many of us. However, in today's climate of change and uncertainty, helping work can also take its toll. Managers, staff, and volunteers in our field are always at risk of chronic stress and burnout.

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