2014-02-05T20:00:00ZWednesday, February 05, 2014 at 08:00PM UTC
Ended 2014-02-05T21:00:00ZWednesday, February 05, 2014 at 09:00PM UTC (lasted for about 1 hour)
A recent survey showed that less than 60 percent of development directors and CEOs believe they have strong relationships. Yet, this relationship is key to raising donated funds. Nonprofits make significant investment in development. It's not uncommon for nonprofit to spend over $100,000, between salary and other costs, on relationships that don't work.
Based on recent interviews and twenty years of income development work, this webinar explores the CEO-Development relationship in terms of trust. We'll look at the different components of trust, share stories from the real world, and invite you to take action to improve your CEO-Development relationship.
- Appreciate that they can improve their CEO-Development relationships.
- Understand the components that make up trust and good chemistry.
- Develop an action plan to improve this relationship at their nonprofit.
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Karen Eber Davis is a leading authority on income growth strategies for nonprofits. She helps leaders generate the ideas, resources, and funding they need to fulfill their goals and create extraordinary impact.
For the 25 years, Karen has helped them to “move the needle” in excellence and bottom-lines acting as an advisor and hands-on consultant. Her clients including numerous name brand nonprofits and their affiliates, such as The Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, The American Red Cross, and outstanding up and coming groups including Ringling College of Art and Design, Reach Out Recovery, Meals on Wheels PLUS, and many others.
Her articles and work have been featured in a variety of publications including Advancing Philanthropy, CharityChannel, Nonprofit World, and The Nonprofit Times. Karen has also published over 200 articles and contributed a chapter to You and Your Nonprofit Board. Her monthly newsletter, Added Value and regular column, The Ingenious Nonprofit, help leaders to find exciting ways accomplish more missions, more money and support. Her book, Nonprofits and Money: Creating Sustainable Income will be published in April 2014 by CharityChannel Press.
Earlier Karen developed Sarasota County’s Community Development Block Grant Program. Under her leadership, the infant program received the National Association of Counties National Affordable Housing Award for the Down Payment Assistance Program that helped over 1,800 families. She also worked with the City of Ft. Lauderdale, the Florida Department of State’s Division of Cultural Affairs, and several institutions associated with the Lutheran Church. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Connecticut and earned the MBA from the University of South Florida. She can be reached at www.kedconsult.com.