Changing Hearts and Changing Minds: Inspiring Principal Giving
The live, three-part series will be offered on the following dates:
September 15–17, 2021 | Virtual Offering
Take a walk with us. Appreciative Philanthropy is pleased to partner with Advancement Resources to offer Changing Hearts and Changing Minds: Inspiring Principal Giving. Jim Hodge and Scott Arthur share the essential shifts they drove at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to inspire greater philanthropy, invigorate staff, and transform how the organization thinks and works -- especially in principal and major giving.
Ideal for development leaders and principal and major gift professionals who aspire to lift benefactors to higher levels. This three day learning experience will explore the skills necessary to thrive at a time of challenge and change in philanthropy. Attendees will leave with a renewed sense of purpose, as well as tools and collateral material that will make the work of qualitative, relationship-based philanthropy both accessible and impactful. Check out the syllabus here.Pricing:
Principal gift professionals
Major gift professionals
Other development professionals interested in expanding their principal gifts mindset
To experience eight one-on-one coaching video calls with and Advancement Resources coach as part of your learning experience, select the "Workshop and Individual Coaching" option during online registration.
Dates and Time:
The three sessions of the virtual workshop will be held from 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. MT each day.
Participants will attend three structured 3-hour sessions in a Zoom classroom. Each session will be followed by an optional opportunity to participate in an open, informal discussion with Scott and Jim. This experience features discussion opportunities, application exercises, and interactive facilitator support. Sessions are scheduled over a three-day period. Participants should be prepared to attend all three sessions, as this is not a webinar, and interactivity is essential to the success of the experience.
Prior to the workshop series, participants will be asked to complete a brief pre-work assignment to optimize the learning experience.
Participants should be prepared to use an individual computer, speakers, a microphone, and a strong internet connection.
A detailed welcome guide will be sent to all participants prior to the first session.
What to expect?
You will leave the workshop with a mindset shift, specific skills to teach and practice relational philanthropy, and an invigorating and inspirational new way of work.
Upcoming Workshop Details:
March 1–3, 2022 | Virtual Offering
Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Thursday, March 3, 2022
The three sessions of the virtual workshop will be held from 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. MT.
Early Bird Pricing:
$1,495 USD per participant available until Tuesday, January 18, 2022 -- $1,950.00 per participant thereafter.