For Apra member Karin McDowell, the pandemic has allowed her to lean into the world of virtual learning. Here are five tips to make the most of information sharing online without suffering Zoom fatigue.
When screening your organization’s constituents, it can be tricky to know where to begin. Learn from the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association as they give insight into their “tumbleweed approach,” granting readers with the opportunity to gain inspiration from their journey so far.
Feeling like a little fish in a big pond? In this article, Connie Swenson encourages readers to take the plunge in order to create a community-within-a-community with their pool of peers, drawing on her experience from TAPRA (the Toronto Art Professional Researchers for Advancement).
By utilizing a Strengths-based approach for professional development, so we can stop focusing on our deficits and start paying attention to what makes us tick. In this article, Strengths Coach Mel Kepler encourages us to understand our Strengths, and learn how to use them effectively.
As the world reopens, organizations are dusting off pandemic-shelved campaign plans. With screening activity ramping up, the challenge shops now face is how to prioritize prospects for qualification. Learn how the University of Arizona utilizes an engagement scoring model to narrow in on prospects.