Ways to Frustrate Others through Communication

As much as a type can be motivated, each type can also feel frustrated and demotivated. Ways to Demotivate Type D People Type D people are often demotivated by the “You Can’t” or “You Shouldn’t” do statements. This is especially … Continue reading

Treat Others How They Really Want To Be Treated

According to the Golden Rule, you should treat others like you want to be treated. However, you need to be cautious with it. Sure, it’s the rule to follow when you’re dealing with general physical behaviors – not pinching someone … Continue reading

Positive and Negative Aspects Of Each Communication Style

Here’s what you need to remember about the DISC model: The model doesn’t try labeling people; it only denotes the tendencies people have based on their predisposition – reserved vs. outgoing or people-oriented vs. task-oriented. The majority of people will … Continue reading

Distinguishing Preferences In Communication

Let’s look at the four basic behavior types and familiarize ourselves with the DISC model. The idea is to help us differentiate between the behavioral types. Based on the theory of the DISC Behavioral model, there are two factors that … Continue reading

How to Ensure Effective Communication

It’s extremely important that you master both good people and effective communication skills. These skills are necessary for ensuring that you can succeed in your personal and professional life. There are five steps that you learn that will help you … Continue reading

[News] Being a Catalyst and Taking a Stand – Nonprofit and Leadership News

Leadership and Fundraising News Roundup

Have you ever watched something happening you didn’t agree with? How did that feel? Did you decide to do something about it? For change to happen in the world. Someone needs to be the first one stand up and say … Continue reading

[News] Communicating Loss Avoidance to Encourage Change and other Nonprofit and Leadership News

Leadership and Fundraising News Roundup

It turns out, people are motivated more by loss than they are by vision or something we’ll gain. So many change initiatives focus on the vision, while what many people need is help seeing how the change will help avoid … Continue reading

[News] Good Communications and Other Leadership and Nonprofit Blogs

What would happen if your organization was targeted by the media and and accused of misleading the public? Do you have disgruntled employees who might share their version of the truth? Would your board allow someone, anyone, to respond to … Continue reading

NLN24: Keys to a Strong Donor Program with Angel Aloma

Today we’re talking with Angel Aloma, Executive Director of Food For The Poor, who talks about their mid-level donor program, how it evolved, and some of its great successes. Angel A. Aloma, as Executive Director of Food For The Poor, … Continue reading