July 11, 2018
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (PST)
Building Trust Deliberately As a Nonprofit Leader
Mazarine Treyz, Chief Executive Officer, Wild Woman Fundraising
The retention stats for our profession are abysmal. Most people don't stay after 18 months.
Whether you’re an ED or DD, it can be hard to build trust with your boss- or other staff! Why do they distrust you? Come to this session and find out why- and what you can do about it. We'll talk about exactly how to build trust and make your fundraising office even more effective.
-- The Cost of not building trust in our organizations
-- WHY people distrust you
-- 4 Key elements of trust
-- 10 ways to build trust at work
-- Crucial conversations to build trust
-- Key metrics to help you build trust
-- 7 Phrases to set expectations and more!
About the Presenter
Mazarine is the author of The Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising, and CEO of Wild Woman Fundraising, a national fundraising training company. Her organization runs two virtual conferences per year, one on nonprofit leadership and one on fundraising careers. In addition, she trains people with webinars, in-person workshops, and 10+ e-courses.
Her website is a popular resource with 50,000 monthly readers. Ms. Treyz has co-founded a nonprofit and worked in increasingly responsible fundraising roles for 10 years. She’s trained over 12,000 people from 2011-2017 and helped nonprofits raise millions more. She specializes in nonprofit leadership, fundraising careers, writing fundraising plans, direct mail, e-newsletters, and copy for online fundraising.
Produced in Partnership with Wild Women Fundraising
This webinar is produced in partnership with Wild Woman Fundraising. Registration is through the Wild Woman Fundraising website. For questions, contact email@example.com.
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