SOFII blog: getting along – conflicts among staff

Written by
Kirsten Bullock
Added
May 23, 2013

Fundraisers are the most important people in a charity. No? SOFII blogger Kirsten Bullock explores this commonly held belief and identifies other areas of conflict between fundraising staff and, well, just about everyone else in the organisation who’s not a fundraiser. She suggests several remedies that could help you build stronger, more effective collaborative relationships.

Read the article on SOFII's blog.

About the author: Kirsten Bullock

Kirsten Bullock

Kirsten Bullock, CFRE, is a consultant, trainer and coach who works with theleaders of non-profit organisations and ministries to bring professionalism, excellence and effectiveness to their development efforts. Since 1995,Kirsten has worked with health care organisations, social service providers, national and local ministries, and international membership associations.These have included organisations such as AIDS Interfaith Ministries of Kentuckiana, Presbyterian Women National Offices, Community Health Centers,Inc. and the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation.

Kirsten is a Certified Fund Raising Executive, holds a bachelors of socialwork degree and a master's in business administration and is president-elect of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Louisville Chapter. You can find out more about Kirsten by visiting her website here.

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