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Price
$50.95
Publisher
Jossey-Bass
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
6.5 X 9.4 X 0.99 inches | 1.17 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780787955694

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About the Author

Bernard Ross is a director of The Management Centre, the United Kingdom's largest nonprofit management consultancy and training organization. He has worked in nonprofit management for twenty years and has tested his methods with organizations such as Greenpeace, Save the Children, the Red Cross, and others.

Clare Segal is a director of The Management Centre. She works extensively with organizations in Europe and the United States on marketing, coaching, and communication skills.

Reviews

"With refreshing insight, they provide specific steps andactivities to help your company think truly outside the box."(Stage Directions Magazine, April 2003)"Ross and Segal provide case studies from a range of countries andsettings. What's inspiring and useful is the way they make theseexamples of creativity and imagination relevant and useful to you."
3/4Jennie Thompson, international consultant and former boardchair, Resource Alliance, Washington, D.C.
"Fundraisers at every level will find Bernard Ross and ClareSegal's ideas on how to improve their fundraising exciting andstimulating."
-- Cathlene Williams, Ph.D., senior director, education andresearch programme, Assiociation of Fundraising Professionals

"As head of the private sector and public affairs service of amajor U.N. organization, I need to constantly look for newmanagement and fundraising ideas on how to tackle the majorchallenges we face to alleviate the suffering of the refugees wecare for. This book is full of outstanding ideas on how to improveour day-to-day performance. I have only one piece of advice togive: Do not go to bed tonight without having read this exceptionalbook!"
-- Pierre Bernard Le Bas, director of the private sector& public affairs service, UNHCR