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Advancement staff overwhelmingly prefer hybrid work environments. But what makes a hybrid workforce better, and how should you design your mixed-mode office to maximize employee satisfaction and productivity?
Advancement leaders have honed the skills necessary to attract top talent and close transformative principal gifts. Today, they can leverage those strengths to create a more diverse, equitable division and marshal resources for DEIJ on campus.
Learn to identify major gift donors and future leaders so you can more effectively target engagement and solicitations specifically to their needs.
Presidential elections can, in many instances, exert a positive influence on giving overall. They inspire us to donate our time and money to causes we believe in from the local to the federal level. They also serve as an opportunity to assess where we expend those resources when politics stop monopolizing our mindshare.
As fundraisers in higher education move into FY21 with new strategies for a landscape still grappling with COVID, EAB Advancement Marketing Services (AMS) gathered data across our institutional partners to quantify what effect the current crisis had on the final quarter of FY20.
We assembled four key strategies that can increase fundraiser efficiency and productivity, both during COVID and beyond.
While a number of colleges have canceled or postponed their reunion weekend indefinitely, below are three different options some institutions are pursuing during these uncertain times.
To meet campaign goals, institutions have historically pursued restricted dollars, but increasingly institutions desperately need budget relieving support. In this webconference, explore how advancement can help establish a sustainable operation while advancing the institution's core mission, such as student success.
EAB has identified the five defining challenges that advancement will face across the coming decade in this infographic.
Advancement leaders are always hunting for cohorts of alumni who have the greatest likelihood to donate. But all too often, seemingly promising segmentation approaches don’t reveal actionable differences in giving rates. See the alumni segment at the College of Charleston that has nearly a 2x higher giving rate, even decades after graduating.