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Fundraising Leadership: 4 Fundamentals for Success
Since 2020, charitable giving has reached an all-time high and shows no signs of slowing. For fundraising professionals, this offers both an opportunity and a challenge. An increased interest in philanthropy means more needs met, but also puts pressure on already resource-strapped nonprofits. Leaders are left wondering how to focus their time and energy for maximum impact.

At the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), our research has consistently revealed that leadership development is both a lever for increasing community impact and a framework for navigating emerging environments. Join us for this webinar as we discuss how CCL’s 4 fundamental skills of leadership – communication, influence, learning agility, and self-awareness – can help create more impact and fundraising success. Together, we will discuss how fundraisers can further their mission and bring people together to solve critical social issues through effective leadership.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to practice authentic communication and listen for facts, feelings, and values
- Tips to develop a range of more effective influencing skills
- Tactics to maximize learning from on-the-job experiences (both good and bad)
- How to increase self-awareness and become a better leader

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Oct 4, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brook Wingate
Director of Development & Alumni Relations @Center for Creative Leadership
Brook serves as Director of Development & Alumni Relations for CCL and is a member of our Societal Advancement Leadership Team. Societal Advancement serves CCL’s nonprofit, K-12 education, higher education, and population health clients and funders. Brook leads a team that is responsible for business development and philanthropy that increase impact in the social sector. She is also an Adjunct Coach and is certified in CCL’s Benchmarks 360 Assessment Suite and is trained to deliver CCL’s unique coaching workshop, Better Conversations Every Day™. Brook brings 20+ years of nonprofit leadership experience to CCL, including work in independent schools, regional professional theater, United Way, and a statewide child welfare agency. Brook has built both systems and teams and led several organizational culture-change efforts, creating increased impact both for organizations and the communities they serve.