Practical Tips for Succeeding With a Visual or Auditory Impairment

Disabilities can impact an individual’s work performance and daily life in many ways. The significance of the impact depends on the person’s unique level of disability and ability, but most of the time, simple accommodations can be made in the workplace and at home to help the individual thrive. If you’re looking for creative alternatives to conventional workplace practices and processes to accommodate your visual or auditory impairment (or your employees’), consider these ideas:

Job Relocation? How to Find an Accessible Home for Barrier-Free Living

Pursuing a career in prospect research can sometimes mean relocating to a new geographic area with new opportunities. Relocating is challenging for everyone! In this guest post, Patrick Young examines the unique challenges faced by those with disabilities, providing tips to help your relocation go a little bit smoother. By Patrick Young Your home can… Read More »

Research Pride Meet Fundraising Celebrities

This year in celebration of Research Pride Month, the Institute reached out to partner with Apra Florida Chapter and Staupell Analytics to celebrate all month-long by promoting and advocating in social media and crafting educational and fun events. For those of you familiar with the Institute, we are guided by three tenets when creating our… Read More »

#CareerCurious with Miguel Angel Hernández at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico

If you’ve ever been curious about prospect research in Mexico, Miguel Angel Hernández at Tecnológico de Monterrey is bursting with the best ideas for prospecting and researching, as well as insights on how the profession is developing there. Like many in the prospect research profession, Miguel began his career elsewhere, in information technology. But when… Read More »

Dr. Russell James reveals the secret behind major gift growth – psychology!

Dr. Russell James has been studying charitable financial planning for more than 15 years, and that followed 11 years living in the fundraising space as Director of Planned Giving and later President of Central Christian College of the Bible. His love for charitable financial planning research is evident in his prolific research, presentations, and papers… Read More »