Behavioral interviewing is based on the concept that the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. Questions are framed to ask candidates what they have done in the past relevant to the job they seek.
Navigating talent management in a competitive marketplace and providing relevant training
Finding the right way to induce fundraisers to utilize your database requires not just technical training skills, but also the critical insight and guidance only prospect development can provide.
Organizations recognize the value and benefits of developing training plans and delivery on the software system. When done properly, training can make employees more efficient—increasing proficiencies, productivity, and morale, while decreasing costs. But creating effective training isn’t easy.
Discovery visits—a tedious and often a dreaded task for major gift officers. Most fundraising professionals realize this necessity but often do it reluctantly. These visits are valuable for focusing your work, increasing philanthropic support, and can be personally rewarding.