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NACCDO Inspirational and informative Lessons Learned from Leaders in Our Field - Mulvey, Hunsinger, Moye

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  • 1) Find ways to create your own buzz, matrix centers in particular where philanthropic priorities can get lost among many institutional priorities. Get people talking about what your are doing.
    2) free space at events – invite coworkers, celebrate their role on gift announcements. Faculty involve in stewardship (SS example)
    3) Communicate
  • Visualize – seeing the end result will make it easier to bypass obstacles.
    Prioritize – time management. You control your time more than you think you do. What are your top three to five priorities to achieve your goal – that should come first every day.
    Leadership changes example
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    • 1. Keep The Miracles Coming Presenter: Rachel Stroud Hunsinger Senior Director of Development OHSU Knight Cancer Institute NACCDO/PAN 2014 Conference
    • 2. Lessons Learned Big Donors Love Big Visions! Create Energy & Momentum for Your Priorities Stay Focused on Your Goal – the True North
    • 3. On big gifts …
    • 4. Big Donors Love Big Dreams A few tips for sharing a big dream: •Back-up your vision by showcasing your institution’s proven track record of success. •Teamwork among top leadership, key faculty, development and marketing is critical. •Inspire your council, board members, top donors to engage so deeply in your mission that they become your best ambassadors.
    • 5. Create Energy and Momentum for Your Priorities •Make others ambassadors (colleagues, faculty, donors) •Create opportunities to engage others examples: discovery lunches, stewardship, other campus events •Build efficient systems to communicate progress, opportunities examples: cultivation/stewardship days, maximize thank you letters
    • 6. Keep Your Eye on the Goal • Make sure key leaders, volunteers and staff are all on the same page regarding philanthropic priorities • Visualize your goal • Prioritize! • Stay fluid and flexible through change
    • 7. Keep Your Eye on the Goal • Make sure key leaders, volunteers and staff are all on the same page regarding philanthropic priorities • Visualize your goal • Prioritize! • Stay fluid and flexible through change

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