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upcoming program:  December 4 at Literature for all of us (11:30-noon -brown bag lunch & networking; program 12:15-1:30)

Incorporating Metrics and Performance Measurement
Program Description: 
Incorporating key metrics and performance indicators can help elevate your advancement operations to the next level. Are you measuring everything that can be measured? How are you using data to manage your staff? By assessing your recent fundraising performance and establishing key metrics, you can execute your fundraising programs more effectively, manage your staff more efficiently, and most importantly, raise more money. Incorporating metrics can also help secure advancement’s place at the table by engaging institutional leadership. Join this session to learn about development performance measurements and key performance factors that your institution should be paying attention to.

Presenters:Doug Adolph, Senior Vice President and Meghan Davison, Vice President, CCS Fundraising

Literature for All of Us is located at 5940 Sheridan Road, Chicago.

 

WIDN Members Get Discounts at the Goodman Theater – Visit our Members Only Resources Page to Find  Information on Current and Upcoming Productions and Obtain the Discount Code

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Founded in 1985, Women in Development North is dedicated to advancing professionals the development with education and networking opportunities.  We also welcome those in transition and as well as individuals with other professional ties to development.

WIDN provides members with monthly meetings on key development concepts and issues. We hold our meetings in various locations throughout the northern suburbs so that you will find them easily accessible.

Women in Development North is an approved provider of continuing education credit for the Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) credential. Most of our events are eligible for CFRE points; see program descriptions for details.

Our reasonable annual membership ($40) and our emphasis on timely topics has translated into a robust organization. We currently have about 80 members.

As the co-founder of WIDN over 30 years ago, I am both delighted and impressed to see how the organization has grown and continues to provide such wonderful support for development professionals.  The varied topics presented at our meetings are so important, as they increase our knowledge and sharpen our abilities to raise funds for our nonprofit organizations and clients. -Francine Friedman, CFRE

UPCOMING WIDN EVENTS!

Dec
4
Tue
December Program – Incorporating Metrics and Performance Measure @ Literature for All of Us-Chicago
Dec 4 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Incorporating key metrics and performance indicators can hep elevate your advancement operations to the next level.  Are you measuring everything that can be measured?  How are you using data to manage your staff?  By assessing your recent fundraising performance and establishing key metrics, you can execute your fundraising programs more effectively, manage your staff more efficiently, and most importantly – raise more money.  Incorporating metrics can also help secure Advancement’s place at the table by engaging institutional leadership.  Join this session to learn about development performance measurements and key performance factors that you institution should be paying attention to.

Please note that parking is not available at Colvin House.  Street parking is available or you can park in the Malibu Garage at 6033 N. Sheridan Road for $8.

Jan
8
Tue
A Conversation about the #MeToo Movement and its Impact on the Development World @ Kohl Children’s Museum
Jan 8 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

We invite you to browse the WIDN website and contact us for more informatiON.

Women in Development North