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Is this any way to run a meeting?

Written By: Brian Lechem
January 15, 1997

How to fix common problems that prevent smooth running meetings.

A methodology for conflict resolution

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
May 1, 1996

Successful fundraising is always a team effort, and according to Del Staecker, who presented a session at the recent NSFRE International Conference, there are a number of common team characteristics, including the ability to manage conflict.

Be very careful when selecting a consultant

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
February 12, 1996

How to select a consultant for your nonprofit organization.

Making committees work

Written By: Kristin Duare McKinnon
December 12, 1995

The way committees are run is often the problem. This article addresses the "dos and don'ts" of successfully running a committee.

Consultants: The Rodney Dangerfields of the nonprofit world

Written By: Warren Dow
December 12, 1995

Consultants are the Rodney Dangerfields of the nonprofit world. Even worse, consultants are especially vulnerable to the "Don't shoot the messenger" syndrome.

Proven secrets of success for producing conferences

Written By: Pat Kahnert
July 11, 1995

Point-form to-do list for producing a successful conference.

TQM --- total quality management or total quality muddle?

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
October 31, 1994

At a meeting of the Canadian Direct Marketing Association, speaker Dobre Stosjic, president of the Strategic Planning Group and executive-in-residence at the University of Toronto, listed 10 major lessons related to service quality.

Nothing succeeds like careful, realistic planning

Written By: Canadian FundRaiser
August 22, 1994

Seven components of successful meeting planning.

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