Big thank you to the wonderful Dr Claire Routley, who covered me on live-tweeting duty on day 3, and wrote this blog about the day (links to her Twitter threads for each session are built into the article):
Fundraisers already work really hard; managers can’t go to their teams and ask them to double their efforts. But could we perhaps ask them if they could do 1% more, or 1% better? A 1% improvement across several areas of work, and across several fundraisers, will soon multiply, potentially making a significant difference to a team’s fundraising success.
In the first session of the day, Rob Woods and Joy Jones shared how these incremental improvements in practice can make a huge difference in fundraising, enabling Joy to coach her team to become Diabetes UK’s first #millionpoundteam.
Joy and Rob recommended:
- Setting a goal, which can then be broken down into manageable chunks