John D. Bidwell | Sept 23, 2022 I was discussing a Culture of philanthropy with a colleague. Specifically, we were talking about being aware of and changing one’s own prejudices, attitudes, and mindset around money, and how personal feelings of scarcity and money will seep into, and limit, one’s fundraising work. “Awareness is … [Read more...] about Changing Your Mindset Around Money
This week, we’ve shared 3 blogs in 3 days outlining Three EASY to Achieve Culture of Philanthropy Goals That You Can Take On for 2021. Using the Robert Gass Wheel of Change, we have already explored two of the three domains: Hearts & Minds and Structures. Today we dig into Behavior. Behavior is what we do. All of us can take on behaviors … [Read more...] about Behavior to Build a Culture of Philanthropy: Our third in the series of Three Easy-to-Achieve Culture of Philanthropy Goals for 2021.
Article by Eric Phelps Fifty years ago this spring, the Apollo 13 manned mission to the moon launched from the Kennedy Space Center (April 11, 1970). The third such planned journey to the moon, the mission was to enter lunar orbit on Friday, April 13, land on the moon and return with rock samples for laboratory study. The crew was experienced, … [Read more...] about COVID-19 AND APOLLO 13: CRISIS RESPONSE IN 2020
The quality of your team in any organization is key to workplace satisfaction and effective accomplishment of your goals. Having a great team to back you up is one of the “golden tickets” to being happy and productive at work or in the non-profit organization you are volunteering for. We all know what it feels like to be part of a … [Read more...] about A Strong Team = Satisfying Work Towards Mission