Episode 6: The Power of ‘No’ at Work

April 5, 2016 Blackbaud, Inc.

 

You have a job description, but on any given day, you're probably doing dozens of things outside the scope of that description. Combine that with the challenge of a fast-paced environment and the shifting priorities of funders, colleagues, and board members and it’s easy to fall short of doing your best. By being mindful of your limitations and capacity—and saying “no” when your plate is full—you can actually do more for your cause. In the sixth installment of the Raise and Engage podcast Danielle Johnson and Robin Anderson discuss the power of saying “no” at work.

Don’t forget to download our newest tip sheet 9 Tips on When, How and Why to Say "No" in the Workplace.

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