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Show Your Best Side: Video Conferencing Tips You Need to Know

From everyday meetings to job interviews and more, video conferencing is an increasingly common tool that everyone should know how to use to best advantage. Whether you use Zoom, Go-To-Meeting, Skype, or another application, these guidelines will help you to look professional.

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Mastering Confidence without Arrogance

If you’re like most people, you have an innate desire to contribute to your team and organization — and to shine in the eyes of your manager. In trying to prove yourself, demonstrate your skills, and make an impact, however, be careful to avoid the appearance of arrogance. Here are actionable tips to be confident and appropriately humble.

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Avoid Overcommitment With These Five Questions

Never having time to rest may seem like the new normal, leaving little time for reflection and recovery. But it can be difficult to say “no” without feeling guilty. These five questions can help you determine whether you truly have time to take on more work, or if it’s best to take a step back.

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Is Giving Tuesday Right for Your Organization?

Since its founding in 2012, Giving Tuesday has become a major fundraising focus for nonprofits around the world. Started by the 92nd Street Y in New York to combat the consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the annual event takes place on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving, this year on December 3, and has grown to involve nearly $400 million in charitable gifts. The Giving Tuesday nonprofit organization provides valuable resources to help individual organizations’ campaigns across 60 countries, making this a popular fundraising tool. Is a Giving Tuesday campaign right for your nonprofit? Or should you choose your own path? In a recent three-part series, global fundraising consulting firm Graham-Pelton offers this framework to help you decide.

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