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You never get a second chance to make a first impression.

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Cliché—yes, but only because this bit of advice is truly timeless. First impressions matter. Showing personal development is important.

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Pledge cards, donation forms and remit envelopes: Getting the most from your fundraising materials

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True, these materials may be second only to “the ask,” but pledge cards, donation forms and remittance envelopes are key to your nonprofit’s success.

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Top leadership traits every great executive director (and staff member) should have – Canada

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It’s been said before and it will be said again: A nonprofit executive director, much like nonprofit staff in general, wears many hats.

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Sensory marketing

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Your branding may even be associated with a sound experience. From our ambient surroundings to a product-produced noise, judgments about the goods we buy.

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Workplace privacy

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A recent survey conducted by the American Management Association, said it is clear that many large businesses are monitoring employees online.

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Jingle bell rock: Tips for throwing a holiday party that rocks!

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We have tips for adding final touches that are sure to make any holiday celebration or event a success!

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Communicate with each generation!

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At Broad Acres Health and wellness Rehabilitation Center in Wellsboro, PA, long gone is the notion of “visiting hours.”

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Engaging tour-goers: How to make your tours more interesting and interactive

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By engaging tour-goers, you’ll be providing a memorable and positive experience of your organization and the culture surrounding it.

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