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    • Employee Giving 12 institution. Wes Curtis, SUU‟s legislative liaison, supplied that quote and helped to build that case. Harry also recommended that SUU consider a donor recognition wall for the employee giving campaign. While definitely a good...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 55 to explain that not just the attitudes of the youth bothered him, but also negative behaviors displayed by the staff. The volunteer said that he could tell the staff does not want to be there and while they are friendly, there...
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    • Employee Giving 13 employment at SUU. There would be no building to dedicate, no new program to launch and in most cases, no way of attributing a donation to a specific student. So participation – each employee donating something – became the...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 56 morale. The leader of each unit is the driving force behind what creates an environment where employees thrive or wither. Herzberg’s Work When I started the master’s program, I was preparing to write a paper about the morale...
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    • Employee Giving 14 an organizational value of employee giving (Dainton & Zelley, 2005). The end result would then be a basic organizational assumption that employees at SUU donate financially to the University (Schockley-Zalabak, 2006). I also...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 57 spectrum, but rather operate on two separate spectrums. Some factors in the workplace operate to create job satisfaction or good feelings about work, while some factors create dissatisfaction or bad feelings about the job....
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    • Employee Giving 15 Some questioned the subtlety of the poster‟s message and the fact that it did not blatantly proclaim “employee giving.” However that was part of our goal. We wanted a conversation piece that would perk the curiosity of students,...
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    • Employee Giving 16 gave a benefit to each employee in exchange for his/her consideration of a donation (Appendix B). Publicity was also a component of the campaign, particularly as teams reached 100% participation. Congratulatory emails were sent...
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    • Employee Giving 17 BYU payroll deduction form to reflect those things important to our campaign. The result was a new and improved employee giving payroll deduction card that also accommodated a one-time gift donation (Appendix C). Two envelopes...
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    • Employee Giving 18 IDENTIFICATION OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS This campaign was to be a grassroots effort emphasizing colleague to colleague asks. While team captains would be the vehicle for accomplishing that goal, I believed a strong steering committee...
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    • Employee Giving 19 because of the demanding nature of their job. The tactic of “it is not how much you give, but that you give something” worked with that particular steering committee member and provided me with optimism that the overall campaign...
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    • Employee Giving 20 a comprehensive capital campaign, participation from SUU‟s own employees is crucial. Employee giving demonstrates your commitment to the future of SUU and provides valuable leverage in reaching our campaign goals.” The second...
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    • Employee Giving 21 The committee also felt it was important to prepare a document that would help team captains answer questions that would most likely be posed to them by their colleagues (Appendices N). It was not our intention to script answers...
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    • Employee Giving 22 “Employee giving is essential to the success of our comprehensive campaign. We gain important leverage in securing gifts if we can demonstrate to donors that SUU‟s own employees are doing what they can financially to advance the...
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    • Employee Giving 23 CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF As mentioned earlier, President Benson was developing a routine of holding campus forums as a means of communicating to SUU employees. These forums were well attended since employees could learn about campus...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 66 but I believe that these theories and the commonsense approach to leadership presented in this research can lead to great things. I realize that I have painted something of a utopian picture of what happens in the work groups. I...
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    • Employee Giving 24 Jones and I explained the mechanics of the campaign, provided instruction on how to ask for a donation, distributed campaign materials (steering committee members helped with this) and then offered motivational instructions and...
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    • Employee Giving 25 the participation levels grow and I was extremely gratified to see colleagues going above and beyond my own expectations in their level of participation. I did significant follow through with my own team reminding them to...
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    • Perry. Mary E , 209 . Perry, Moroni, 252, 308, 357 Perry, Theo, 299 Perry, Thomas W., 68, 159 Pete Indian, 194 Peters, Fred, 283 (Mayor of Murray City) Peterson and Beckstead, 427, 433 Peterson, Edrin, 329 Peterson, Farrell, 366, 391, 392, 412...
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    • Employee Giving 26 state of Utah, due to privacy rules, does not release to colleges or universities the names of individuals who have purchased plates. This made it impossible to give employees and their team credit for a donation made through the...

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