If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. —John Quincy Adams Kevin Kruse, an author who writes about “wholehearted leadership,” compiled his top 100 inspirational quotes a couple of years ago for Forbes. Among the gems he displayed are […]
A non-profit client of mine recently handed me a report. This report focused on donor development and outlined the organization’s plans to grow deeper relationships with those on their database.
It was an impressive report. Really. There were statistics, graphs, charts, and spreadsheets. It was attractively designed to the point that I really wanted to read it. But after looking at it I simply stated something like, “Great report. Really impressive. It will never happen.”