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New Webinar – Identify, Develop & Retain High-Performing Talent

Tuesday, July 24th at 2:00 pm ET

A high-performer can deliver 400% more productivity than the average performer, but high-performing talent can be the most difficult to attract and retain. What can your organization do to ensure you have the high-performers on your team necessary to achieve your mission, and how can you implement professional development strategies that build high-performers from your more average performers?

See who’s speaking, register today, and find out how you can identify, develop and retain high-performing talent.

New Data: The 2018 Talent Management Priorities Survey

We surveyed over 350 nonprofit leaders like you from around the country about their talent management priorities and the results are in.

With our 2018 Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities survey, we found that:

  • About half of nonprofit organizations have a dedicated human resources team, or at least one member on staff solely responsible for HR.
  • Diversity is top of mind for many organizations. Sixty one percent of nonprofits plan to prioritize attracting and hiring diverse talent or building a diverse and inclusive workplace this year.
  • Small and medium nonprofits indicate that limited capacity is a primary obstacle, while larger organizations are more likely to note dysfunctional or unengaged leadership as their primary obstacle to realizing their talent priorities.

Access our interactive data portal or infographic to see the full results and read more about how organizational talent management priorities will impact the sector as a whole in 2018.

New at Nonprofit HR

  • Why Your Organization Should Strive to be Talent-Focused

      Nonprofit talent matters. To achieve your mission, it’s essential that your organization has the right, high-performing people in place. But as we learned from our 2017 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey, hiring competition from the corporate sector is heating up, and talent who might typically be attracted to the...
  • Using Metrics to Assess Organizational HR Efficiency, Effectiveness and Impact

      Your people are the backbone of your nonprofit, and in turn, its mission. So, your human resources team must be strong enough to support those people. How can you be sure your HR practices are fully meeting the needs of your team? Keeping track of HR metrics will...
  • Coping With PTED: Post-Traumatic Executive Disorder

    After months of mediation, performance improvement plans, recalibration, blood, sweat and tears, the (seemingly) inevitable has occurred: your nonprofit organization’s toxic leader has resigned. Like something akin to a divorce, there are combined feelings of relief, abandonment, disappointment and uncertainty, and that’s just among the board of directors. But...

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