A funny and thought provoking author, sales trainer, and philanthropist, Jim Doyle brings a message of renewed confidence for fundraising in a time of challenges and uncertainty. With over 50 years of experience in sales, Jim explains how a focus on the impact of the “product” makes a difference for the “customer.”
Applicable to the profession of fundraising, Jim will share how:
Raising money in challenging times, like a recession, is difficult as research shows that giving goes down on average 13%
A challenging environment sometimes makes it tempting to stray from our fundraising ethics to close a gift. Keeping integrity and ethics during these times is key and staying the ethical course will get you farther in the end
Real world Ideas that can make a significant difference to help you raise the money your organization needs
Attitudes and skills needed to strengthen philanthropy and achieve better results and appreciation for the art of fundraising.
Join us for our December AFP SWFL Chapter program featuring Jim Doyle—with an introduction by John Annis, Senior Vice President for Collaboration and Impact at the Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation.
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