Every day you feel the pressure. You are being asked to raise more money with fewer resources. You have too many metrics and too few quality prospects. You can’t get anyone to call you back. You love your role as a gift officer but you wonder how you will be successful.
Do any of these scenarios sound familiar? We understand, and you are not alone.
In this webinar, presented by the Gonser Gerber Institute and partner Jason McNeal, we will discuss the challenging role today’s gift officers face. Based on our firm’s experience with major gift programs, Jason will offer advice on how to navigate through the most difficult aspects of your work, your career, and interactions with donors. He will discuss how to achieve success in trying situations and how best to manage expectations; for you, your supervisor, and your institutional leaders.
If you are a gift officer and feel stressed, stifled, or even stagnated, this is the program for you. Come share your questions with us so that you and your peers can get the tools you need to be lifted up, motivated and validated.
The fee is $295 per institution, which allows your entire team the opportunity to participate in this professional development at the same time. If you are a current client of Gonser Gerber Advancement Consulting, that fee is just $145. You will also receive a copy of the presentation and a recording of the webinar with your registration.
Who Should Attend:
This program is for new or seasoned professionals who are responsible for securing high-end, major, planned or mega-gifts for their institution, and who need some tips and strategies to stay motivated to keep doing the best work they can do.
About Your Faculty:
Jason McNeal, Ph.D., Gonser Gerber partner, is a recognized authority on advancement leadership for non-profit and educational organizations. Having served as the chief advancement officer at East Georgia College and Maryville College (TN), he also has consulted with institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada for the last decade. Dr. McNeal has written extensively on key issues in non-profit fundraising and leadership including his blog that you can find at http://www.jasonmcneal.com.