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Nominate a Stellar Grantmaker for the 2019 Grantmaker of the Year Award
Do you know a government agency, private foundation or community grantor that is doing outstanding things for your community and/or in the grants profession? Nominate them for the 2019 Grantmaker of the Year Award!
Members Only Access Has Changed
We have been working hard to enhance the member experience on our website. Once logged in as a member, the benefits can be accessed under the Membership/Benefits tab. This is where benefits will be listed in additional tabs, access to GrantStation, volunteer information, and more. To view account information and to renew, members will still log in and click on the "Your Account" link in the upper right of the page. Questions on where we've moved things to, please contact email@example.com.
When you encounter workplace conflict, do you react instinctively? Or do you take a minute to think through how to effectively respond? Conflicts emerge often for grant professionals, from the smaller tensions around word choice or shared tasks to much larger disagreements on management and ethics. Recently, I had the opportunity to learn more about conflict resolution and the different ways we can approach workplace conflicts.
Keeping your donors in the loop and continuing to cultivate a relationship after a donation is received is often defined as “stewardship.”