UPDATED – this classic programme used by organisations from University of Glasgow to Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund and The Prince’s Trust in their multi million pound campaigns now embodies some of the latest neuro scientific thinking from behavioural economics.
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You’ll also learn a number of practical tools and frameworks that will enable you to prepare for meetings and follow up effectively to secure the result you need. You’ll also learn how to cope with negative reactions including the 9 ways that donors say ‘No’ – and how to respond.
This programme is for individuals who want to boost their personal communication skills and learn to cope effectively with the pressures of a fast moving world.
Increasingly board members recognise that they have an important role to play in helping secure funds – asking peers directly, supporting staff in approaches tor companies, even working the room at events. The good news is we have a specially adapted version of the Influential Fundraiser specifically for volunteers and board members. It covers much of the same material, but also looks at building confidence among board members, the specific role of a volunteer, and especially how to approach peers and overcome anxiety about stepping over a friendship barrier. To find out more about how the specially adapted program can help you – as it helped the British Heart Foundation, the Red Cross, the National Trust and even the Institute of Chartered Accountants for Scotland and others, contact Clare Segal, Director on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anne-Marie Wynne, Community Fundraiser, Marie Curie Cancer Care
Emily Pavey, Senior Trust Fundraising Executive, Action on Hearing Loss
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Yvette Gyles, Director