Get Better in 2014 – Advancement Webinars and Workshops from the Institute

Start the year off right with high-quality, mind-stretching, solution-rich professional development opportunities.

The Gonser Gerber Institute is offering the following webinars and workshops to help you and your team do the best possible advancement work in 2014.  Below are three programs being offered early in the year:

5 Essential Tips:  Innovative (And Inexpensive) Ways to Strengthen Your Donor Relations Program – I’ll be leading this webinar next Monday, January 27, from 11:00 – Noon Central.  If you are looking to enhance your donor relations and stewardship efforts in 2014, this program is for you.  I look forward to seeing you online next Monday!

Measuring Performance to Improve Results in Alumni Relations and the Annual Fund – This webinar will dig into various strategies to best measure the effectiveness of your alumni relations program and the Annual Fund.  Led by Cristian Murdock and me, this webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5, from 11:00 – 12:30pm Central.  Join us for a session that is sure to help you measure your effectiveness better.

Major Gifts A – Z:  A Training Session For New Major Gifts Officers – One of our highest evaluated workshops of all-time, this workshop is a must for new gift officers in your shop.  Led by Gonser Gerber consultants Ron Gunden and Chad Jolly, this workshop will be presented in Dallas, TX, from Thursday, April 10 – Friday, April 11.  If you or someone in your shop is new to the fundraising field or has been a gift officer for less than 2 years, this workshop will provide great value!

I hope you and members of your team will take advantage of these high-quality professional development opportunities.  I look forward to seeing you at one of the Institute’s programs in 2014.

If you have questions about any of these programs or other Institute programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

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