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August 2021

The Rise + Rise of Digital

The Rise + Rise of Digital

By Business, IT/Digital

Giveeasy’s free e-book filled with relevant statistics and tactics from previous campaigns that have helped elevate donations this year. Exploring the rapid evolution of technology in this sector, this resource provides effective techniques for successful engagement and fundraising.

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How CEOs Should Manage Their Time in the Hybrid Workplace

How CEOs Should Manage Their Time in the Hybrid Workplace

By Business, Workplace

After 18 months of leading organizations remotely, chief executives must learn to combine the best parts of what they’ve learned about virtual leadership with the most effective parts of managing face-to-face. The author, who studies how CEOs spend their time, suggests that leaders limit the negative consequences of video meetings, rethink assumptions about the reasons to travel, and protect their alone/personal time even more than before the pandemic.

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The Brain Drain in the Nonprofit Sector

The Brain Drain in the Nonprofit Sector

By Business, People & Culture

“Sensibilities have changed, and there’s a public push to have corporations expand their profit-driven motives to support corporate social responsibility (CSR). There’s also a rethinking within the for-profit industry about how to become socially responsible. Some leaders discuss bringing on board people with social work skills to work on teams geared toward CSR.”

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Return on Action Report 2021

Return on Action Report 2021

By Business, People & Culture

According to this report from Atlassian and PWC, we have finally fallen out of love with wearing ‘working too hard’ as a badge of honour – and we are prioritising mental health; time with family; and work life balance instead.

And people will change roles and knock back promotions to achieve it!

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Oxfam among Australian charities uniting to launch historic disaster relief alliance

Oxfam among Australian charities uniting to launch historic disaster relief alliance

By Business, Revenue - Other

“Sixteen Australian charities, including Oxfam, joined forces to launch the newly-formed Emergency Action Alliance at an online event that featured prominent government leaders, media executives and charity leaders. In an historic move the humanitarian agencies will be uniting in their campaign and fundraising efforts to improve how Australians can support and donate when large scale overseas humanitarian disasters take place.”

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