This archive contains our library of materials from recent WiD programs and publications of interest to the WiD community. Select a category under "Groups" below to view.
|6-5-2012 Executive Leadership Forum "Managing 360: Leading Through Inspiration and Communication"||
Transcription of program
|Organizational Culture Resources||
Bibliography of Resources
|2012 Annual Salary Survey Report||
Provided by Professionals for NonProfits this report notes how different nonprofits respond to the significant changes in the nonprofit marketplace in 2012 and what they plan to do in 2013.
|“Donor Cultivation Travel: A Fresh Approach to Fundraising.”||
Learn more about using group travel opportunities to enhance your fundraising strategy. Topics include:
|U.S. Trust Study Reveals Disconnects in Philanthropic Conversation Between HNW Individuals and Professional Advisors||
To better understand advisors' approaches to discussing philanthropy, and high net worth individuals' expectations, U.S. Trust partnered The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI) on a nationwide study conducted in August 2013 of more than 300 advisors and a random sample of 120 HNW individuals with $3 million or more in investable assets who are actually engaged in charitable giving. Key finding are highlighted in this study.
|Moving Up/Moving On Workshop Resource Guide||
"Brand Me: Presenting Your Best Self to Advance Your Career"
* Branding & Coaching Tips
* Organizations to join to make yourself more visible
* Resume & Technical Support
* Job Site Opportunities
* Other Publications & Resources
|"Branding Me" Workshop, provided by panelist Mary Anne Walsh||
Handout includes tips for:
* Creating Your Elevator Pitch
...and much, much more!
|February 3, 2014 Luncheon: "Working with Recruiters" HIghlights||
Higlights from luncheon with guest speakers Gail Freeman, Freeman Philanthropic Services and Esther Rosenberg, Howe-Lewis International.
|March 3 Luncheon Handout: Special Events TImeline||
Post Event 30-Day timeline and Post Event Financial Analysis
|2014 Woman of Achievement Aileen Hefferren's Remarks|