Question Preview: Never Fail: Win or Learn

Never Fail: Win or Learn'

An average of 11% of grant applications are ‘winners’. Does that mean that grant professionals and grant seeking organizations are wasting nearly 90% of their grant seeking efforts? Our answer is a resounding ‘no’.  As grant professionals, we are continually building our skills, our knowledge base and improving our competitive edge for the grants we seek. We balance our optimism with realism. Grant professionals can take steps to make our grant development efforts and grant applications valuable, even if the grant funds are not awarded to the applicant organization (that round).

This week on Grantchat, we’re chatting about the steps to take to make sure that grant seeking organizations know how to get the value out of grant development and grant applications whether they receive the grant funds or not.

#Grantchat Questions

Q1: What percent of grant applications do your clients or does your organization consider acceptable each year? Is it realistic? #grantchat

Q2: How do show your appreciation for the opportunity to apply for a grant – even when your application is denied? #grantchat

Q3: Do you contact funders to get feedback on your denied or approved application? Do they give you feedback? #grantchat

Q4: How do you tell your boss, client, partners, etc. that the grant was denied? #grantchat

Q5: Many programs/projects are grant dependent. How do you address this when grant is denied? #grantchat

Q6: What can organizations do to reduce being ‘devastated by a grant denial’? #grantchat

Q7: What can you learn from a grant denial? #grantchat

Q8: What is the best result that you have experienced from a grant denial? #grantchat

Q9: How do you deal with the pressure and reality of the rates of grant awards and grant rejections? #grantchat

Q10: What advice do you have for new grant professionals to deal with grant rejection? #grantchat

We are looking forward to having you join us on August 4, 2015  at 12 pm ET for “Never Fail: Win or Learn” on @Grant_Chat, sponsored by Smartegrants @smartegrants and co-moderated by Jo Miller @JM_grants and Diane Leonard @DianeHLeonard.

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