Jason Lewis, author of The War for Fundraising Talent and How Small Shops Can Win, talks about his belief that fundraising is in its “messy adolescence,” and offers his views on how it can mature.
(2:45) Messy adolescence
(5:36) Own the reality of the trivial gift
(8:22) Don’t assume too much from this.
(11:35) At least take me out for coffee…
(17:21) Rx for talent retention
(18:32) Jason delves into Goal Orientation Theory
(20:11) And now, the Dualistic Model of Passion
(23:50) Matched.com? I’m looking to develop a meaningful relationship…
(25:32) Jason’s Three Concurrent Lanes
(32:25) The York Revolution!
Jason’s Site: www.lewisfundraising.com
Jason’s Book: The War for Fundraising Talent and How Small Shops Can Win