Leadership Strategies, Advice & Tips For NonProfits

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You will find nonprofit leadership and fundraising ideas on every page of this website!

Brighten your future with Shar McBee’s ‘Joy of Leadership’ method. Learn Shar’s principle of ‘To Lead is to Serve’ and you will experience an immediate and dramatic change in how people respond to you – at work, at home and in your community. Guaranteed! 

NonProfits use Shar McBee’s leadership method to:

  • Double Donations
  • Triple Memberships
  • Increase Volunteers 500%

Shar McBee had never received leadership training when she was suddenly put in charge of managing 500 volunteers. It was hard. Then a wise mentor taught her a secret that made it easy. Since then Shar has taught the secret to over 150,000 people in live audiences and to millions more on TV and radio appearances. At your conference and in her books, Shar will teach the secret to you.

As a volunteer, Shar built wells in a village in India, organized a concert for homeless children in Australia, raised money for an orphanage in China, and managed a voter registration drive in California.  Her current interest is Explore & Explain, a program that gives unique, life-enriching opportunities to children in Maryland.

Shar is the author of two bestselling books: To Lead is to Serve which was quoted by the President of the United States on television, and Joy of Leadership which went to #7 on the Amazon Business Bestseller list.

Your job is not to get people to do what you want them to do. Your job is to make it possible for them to succeed.” – Shar McBee

Some of Shar McBee’s presentations include:

  • To Lead is to Serve
  • Joy of Leadership
  • Joy of Fundraising
  • To Lead is to Laugh
  • Leadership for Women
  • Shakespeare, Scrooge & the Joy of Leadership
  • Double Your Donors, Triple Your Members, Increase Your Volunteers 500%

Look for non-profit leadership tips to help you with fundraising, membership retention and volunteers on every page of this website!

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5 Responses to “Leadership Strategies, Advice & Tips For NonProfits”

  • Evy Cambridge:

    One of the most inspirational speakers I’ve ever heard.
    Her books are a “must read” for any organization that
    relies on volunteer help.

  • Margaret Nicolich:

    Thanks for the great tips and seminars.

  • Nancy & Tom Nielsen:

    We heard you speak at the Indiana National Guard and went away refreshed, informed and entertained. The Captain was right. We were fortunate to have you as our keynoter. Thank you.

  • I learned so much from the Indiana National Guard…about sacrifice and about service. It meant everything. Thank you Nancy & Tom
    Shar

  • Jane Kendall:

    In just a brief conversation with you many years ago, you gave me several brilliant ideas. As a result, my fundraising project easily doubled the number of participants and dollar amount of contributions two years in a row! Thank you so much Shar — Jane Kendall, Hilton Head, SC

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In just a brief conversation, Shar gave me several brilliant ideas. As a result, my fundraising project easily doubled the number of participants and dollar amount of contributions two years in a row!Jane Kendall, Hilton Head, SC
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In just a brief conversation, Shar gave me several brilliant ideas. As a result, my fundraising project easily doubled the number of participants and dollar amount of contributions two years in a row!Jane Kendall, Hilton Head, SC
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How to Write Your ‘About’ Page

People donate to people.  They volunteer for people.  They may join for a ‘reason’ – but you’ll retain membership because of the people.  Don’t limit your ‘About’ page to your non-profit mission.  Use photos and talk about your people.

 

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  • By: Beverly Read
    Shar, Right on. When you are not heard by "a know it all" soon there is silence. […]