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Nov 20th

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Year end bonus: The gift you give yourself

Year end bonus: The gift you give yourself
If you decide to change jobs next year, or just want to make more money where you're at, remember to factor in the real value of that pile of cash called an "incentive plan." Big words, Incentive and Plan. Bonuses are meant to Incentivize employees, to motivate them to do their jobs extremely well, in a way that improves the company's bottom line. Plan, to the employee, means Plan Ahead: understand your company's bonus programs and intentionally act in ways that will improve your chances of seeing that extra cash consistently throughout your career.
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FUNdraising Good Times: Fundraising Reflections for 2013

FUNdraising Good Times: Fundraising Reflections for 2013Part one of a two part series

The yearend can be a perfect time to reflect on your 2013 fundraising activities and to anticipate 2014. If you are a nonprofit CEO, board member, staff or volunteer we have three questions to focus your reflections.
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Satisfaction

SatisfactionThe festivities surrounding the funeral of Nelson Mandela earlier this month was fascinating to watch and to think about: People dancing in the streets in honor of Mandela's life and his accomplishments. Dignitaries, who would never have stood in the same stadium together for any reason, standing together... shaking hands! What a man! What an impact! And what am I doing with my life?
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FUNdraising Good Times: Civil Rights museum success

FUNdraising Good Times: Civil Rights museum success"To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heavens." This is the biblical quote Beverly Robertson, president of the National Civil Rights Museum used to begin our conversation.
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Remember to network at networking events

On a recent blogpost, Organizational Development pro Laurie Glover (qstsinc.com) bemoaned the fact that people attend networking events and then... don't network. This happens all the time. People (or their companies) pay big bucks to meet people they don't already know, but then squander their connecting time by hanging out with friends. Is that so bad? I mean, these are friends in the industry, right? I hardly ever get to see these people, right? They might be in town just for the convention and, heck, would you snub your buddy if he wants to join you for lunch? No, of course not. But what about networking?
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Fantasy sports scores with mobile and online users

Fantasy sports scores with mobile and online usersWhen it comes to defining that which is "typically American," I think we're going to have to add "sports" to the old expression, "As American as Mom and apple pie." We are a country full of sports fanatics. (While I might not exactly fall into that category, I am the mother of an extraordinary 17-year-old athlete and lover of all things sports. So, I have to admit, that I need to step up and try to keep up)! Nielsen numbers bear this out. Sports programs are among the top watched in African-American households as well as those of the general population, with the Super Bowl consistently ranking as the most-watched program across the board. In fact, Super Bowl XLVII drew 108 million viewers nationally. African – Americans made up a whopping 12.5 million of those viewers. (Personally, I enjoy the parties and the commercials, the game? Not so much.)
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What's so hard about driving a race car?

What's so hard about driving a race car?There you stand, in Speedway, Indiana, along the sidelines of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, feeling the whoosh of the cars blow your hair back as the Indy 500 whizzes by. Suddenly, someone comes up and shows you a small chain of keys. "Want to try?" he asks.
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