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Yesterday, at Congress, we ran a twitter contest for delegates to share their best ideas they heard so far. Thanks for your thoughts!

To build on the idea and to create a more lasting record, I’m asking people to share at least one thing they learned.

There are several for me but Dr. Judith Nichols (I’ve been a fan for years) is such an authority in learning us learn about implications of demographics, and translating the target audiences to your fundraising programs. Dynamite!

What were your favourites?

3 Responses to “The best idea is…”

  1. Linda Syrota-Sullivan

    I was very moved by Ron Archer’s address. He deserves accolades for transparency and the courage to talk about his personal history. Life isn’t perfect and neither are people. The courage to make the most of what we have been dealt should be greatly celebrated.

    Great conference. I come away with a few key messages for my work. They are imporant ones. Stability is fundable. for instance.

    I did’nt like it that two times there was no coffee when I went for it and at the box lunch the water dispenser was allowed to go dry.

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  2. Rob Peacock

    “This was the best Congress ever – I found the eleemosynary information from various speakers to be extremely helpful in confronting these challenging times. Whether it was hearing about social media, economic volatility creating a new norm, leadership with new directions or how our world is advancing – the calibre of presentations provided great optimistic thought. Bravo to all those who put so much into the tremendous organizational aspects of making this gathering such a wonderful success.”

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  3. Bill Pratt

    The best thing about Congress 2009 was Congress 2009! Simply a first class event with loads of positive energy, valuable knowledge and nice people.

    Toronto, you hit a home run!

    Thank you for all your attention to the details and making Congress 2009 the best advertisement for Congress 2010.

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