Stephen George – Gifts in Wills Masterclass

The Legacy Leaders’ 8 Step Masterclass to Transform your Gifts in Wills Programme

Multiple1 DayAdvanced
WA, VIC & NSWFace-to-face

Course Overview

This one-day workshop provides fundraising leaders and practitioners of all levels with a powerful 8 step methodology to review, refresh, and reboot their gifts in Wills programme. Using the latest behaviour change techniques, research, global experience, case studies and stories of integrated and innovative approaches from the UK and all over the world, this masterclass will participants create their own strategy and campaign using an 8 step methodology and framework to build a culture, strategy, maximise channels and techniques, introduce new performance measures and fine ways to spark leadership and investment. Working with participants in an open, coaching, challenging and fun way, this masterclass will help you discover a new and inspiring framework to deliver a gifts in Wills programme that you can take back and make happen.

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Course dates
Perth15 June 2020
Melbourne17 June 2020
Sydney18 June 2020
Prices StandardEarly Bird*
Professional Member $845$675
Staff of organisational member$895$715

* Early bird prices finish 13 March 2020.

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Full participation in Stephen George – Gifts in Wills Masterclass is applicable for up to 7.5 continuing education points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.

Meet the presenter

Stephen George
Fundraising & Leadership Coach and Consultant

Stephen George is a Fundraising and Leadership coach and consultant. He has over 30 years fundraising experience at all levels and across all channels in the UK and internationally with organisations such as NSPCC, UNICEF, RNIB, Action on Hearing Loss, Maggie’s, Scope and others and is an international speaker, writer, and podcaster. He is a former chairman of Remember a Charity, and Development Director for Legacies at the NSPCC where he innovated new behavioural led approach to Legacies and currently works across the world with INGO’s and in countries and charities to develop legacy strategy and programmes. He is a former Vice Chairman of the UK’s Institute of Fundraising and is currently a trustee at CLIC Sargent, a UK Children’s Cancer charity.