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Do you feel bogged down by the day-to-day routine? Do you feel that you could - and should be doing more to benefit for your community? Are you ready to reconnect with the things that first got you ...

Do you feel bogged down by the day-to-day routine? Do you feel that you could - and should be doing more to benefit for your community? Are you ready to reconnect with the things that first got you excited about the work that you're doing - and raise the money you need for your cause?

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  • 1. How to Get Out of the Muck and Back Into Your Mission Kirsten Bullock May 9, 2012A Service Of: Sponsored by:
  • 2. INTEGRATED PLANNING Advising nonprofits in: www.synthesispartnership.com • Strategy • Planning (617) 969-1881 • Organizational Development info@synthesispartnership.comA Service Of: Sponsored by:
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  • 4. Today’s Speaker Kirsten Bullock Nonprofit Coach, Bullock Consulting Inc.Assisting with chat questions: Hosting:April Hunt, Nonprofit Webinars Sam Frank, Synthesis PartnershipA Service Of: Sponsored by:
  • 5. Out of the Muck –and Back Into Your Mission Presented by:Kirsten M. Bullock CFRE, MBA
  • 6. Overview• Expectations• Change Management• Business Life Cycle• Understanding People• Motivating Others
  • 7. Studies Report:Danes are the Happiest People 2007 / 2009 / 2012 UN Happiness Study
  • 8. EXPECTATIONS
  • 9. BUSINESS LIFE CYCLE
  • 10. Business Life CycleI. ExistenceII. SurvivalIII. Success – Disengagement – GrowthIV. Take-OffV. Resource Maturity
  • 11. Stage I - Existence• Management Style: Direct supervision• Formal Systems: Minimal to nonexistent• Major Strategy: Existence
  • 12. Stage II: Survival• Management Style: Supervised supervision• Formal Systems: Minimal• Major Strategy: Survival
  • 13. Stage III: SuccessDisengagement Growth• Management Style: Functional • Functional• Formal Systems: Basic • Developing• Major Strategy: Maintain • Get resources for growth profitable status quo
  • 14. Stage IV: Take Off• Management Style: Divisional• Formal Systems: Maturing• Major Strategy: Growth
  • 15. Stage V: Resource Maturity• Management Style: Line and staff• Formal Systems: Extensive• Major Strategy: Return on investment
  • 16. Business Life CycleI. Existence (existence)II. Survival (survival)III. Success – Disengagement (maintain status quo) – Growth (get resources for growth)IV. Take-Off (growth)V. Resource Maturity (return on investment)
  • 17. COMMUNICATION STYLES
  • 18. 1928, Emotions of Normal People, William Moulton Marston.
  • 19. D - Dominance• Motivated to solve problems and get immediate results.• Tends to question the status quo.• Prefers direct answers, varied activities, and independence.
  • 20. I - Influence• Motivated to persuade and influence others.• Tends to be open and verbalizes thoughts and feelings.• Prefers working with people rather than alone.
  • 21. S - Steadiness• Motivated to create a stable, organized environment.• Tends to be patient and a good listener.• Prefers participating in a group rather than directing it and listening more than talking.
  • 22. C - Conscientiousness• Motivated to achieve high personal standards• Tends to be diplomatic and carefully weighs pros and cons.• Prefers environments with clearly defined expectations.
  • 23. Motivations• D – solve problems and get immediate results• I – persuade and influence others• S – create a stable, organized environment• C – achieve high personal standards
  • 24. Motivating Others• Expand Vision• Write Your Story• Get the Word Out
  • 25. Ladder of EngagementHigh Engagement Recruit friends/family Upgrade monthly donation Signup for monthly giving Renew single donation Make single donation Make a phone call Write a letter Attend a "real world" event Sign petition Viral / Tell a friend Send an e-postcard Subscribe to e-Alerts / Issue Alerts Subscribe to eNewsletter Visit websiteLow Engagement Source: http://groundwire.org
  • 26. Let’s stay in touch Kirsten M. Bullock, MBA, CFRE GrowingYourDonors.comkirsten@GrowingYourDonors.com 502.708.1020
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