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Prioritize Yourself: Why Conferences, Networking Matter Most Now

Fundraising Leadership

Read more in Take The Lead on organizing conferences, networking According to Forbes , a new report by Chief , and Morning Consult surveyed 751 women leaders in the United States.

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Dr. James Explains How Asking Permission Sets the Stage for “The Ask”

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Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 100 (2), 193-201. [8] Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 30 (5), 1052-1065. [9] Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 100 (2), 193-201; DellaVigna, S., The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 127 (1), 1-56; Dana, J., M., & Dawes, R.

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Embrace Paradox: How To Navigate Tensions For Better Solutions in Life & Work

Fundraising Leadership

in organizational behavior at Harvard Business School in 2006, after receiving an M.A. “You see this idea in physics and psychoanalysis, but early in my PhD, I started seeing paradox as innovation and how to negotiate intention,” says Smith who earned her Ph.D.

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How to establish “the land of wealth sharing” for major gifts donors

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Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes , 59(3), 331-347; Konow, J. Journal of Personal Finance, 19 (2), 47-64. [10] 10] Arkes, H. Joyner, C. Siegel-Jacobs, K., & Stone, E. The psychology of windfall gains. Mixed feelings: Theories of and evidence on giving. Journal of Public Economics , 94(3-4), 279-297; Li, H.,

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How do you motivate your staff right now? Here’s one way.

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

An organizational behavior researcher decided to test his theory that workers often fail to live up to their potential because they’ve lost track of the significance and meaningfulness of their own jobs. A great reminder of how to inspire your staff was highlighted in the recent Influence Report (a highly recommended read).

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Dr. James explains the power of giving: why leading with a gift always wins

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Selfishly benevolent or benevolently selfish: When self-interest undermines versus promotes prosocial behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 137 , 112-122. [8] Psychological Science, 25 (3), 648-655; Zlatev, J. J., & Miller, D. 8] See, e.g., Terry, N., & Macy, A. 9] Seymour, H.

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How to Lower the ‘Cost’ of Philanthropy So Your Supporters Donate Major Gifts of Assets

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Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 119 , 27-37. [8] Science, 314 (5802), 1154-1156. [7] 7] Molinsky, A. M., & Margolis, J. The bedside manner of homo economicus: How and why priming an economic schema reduces compassion. 8] Roberts, J. A., & Roberts, C.