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    Now that the workforce is seeing higher rates of turnover, here is how nonprofits can avoid risking its fundraisers leaving for greener pastures.

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    Here are some of the top tips for making the preparations necessary for nonprofit fundraising to excel after the pandemic subsides. 

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    Gravyty, the first AI company focused solely on Social Good, earns coveted spot on 'Editor's List' for investing in employee success during the pandemic.

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    Nonprofit jobs are coming back, which means fundraising shops are returning to pre-pandemic staffing levels. Are your new fundraisers equipped to succeed?

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    Reverting back to the way things were done in the past is not the path to future success.

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    What sets candidates apart in the philanthropic sector isn’t listed on a resume or LinkedIn. It’s their emotional intelligence. How can EQ be supported even in the digital age?

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    As the world of fundraising becomes increasingly data-driven, leaders know that hitting revenue goals relies on not just measuring fundraiser performance, but also how to improve it. 

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    Filling your portfolio with proposals can take years of relationship building, meaning it will be a couple of years before you see a return. So how can we fill the major gift pipeline with proposals so that you can increase revenue in half that time?

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    Ramping a fundraiser to the point where they have a pipeline full of proposals can take three or more years -- especially if the gift officer inherits a cold portfolio. But what if there was a way to ramp a fundraiser in half that time?

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    Most job postings tend to look roughly the same: the ideal candidate should have these skills, this amount of experience, and these qualifications. But what sets candidates apart in the philanthropic sector isn’t listed on a resume or LinkedIn. It’s their emotional intelligence.

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