Monthly Archives: February 2016

Is a change in leadership what we need?

This month’s blog post was prompted when I read an article about a recent report from fundraising think tank Rogare, part of Plymouth University’s Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy. The headline finding of the report was that fundraisers should be rewarded not for performance against short-term metrics such as income targets but longer term measures such as donor satisfaction. As the report’s authors put it:

“If you can focus on donor satisfaction, the money will surely follow.” Read more on Is a change in leadership what we need?…