Nonprofit HR’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
|Welcome to Nonprofit HR’s resources page for diversity practices in talent management. Here, you will find critical resources to assist you in your journey toward building a more inclusive, and equitable workforce. Nonprofit HR deeply values and prioritizes diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We are attuned to the strength and value that DEI brings to every organization. We are in-tune with the richness of experience, perspective, and collaboration that a diverse and equitable workforce brings. Diverse, equitable, and inclusive practices enrich the lives of organizations and transform the way we serve and engage communities. See our statement of Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Talent Management Practices and Leadership.
Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging have taken on new meaning in today’s environment. Never before have we seen such a level of urgency among social sector leadership to “get it right” and quickly. Does your organization need a DEI thought partner or help with Diversity Strategy Planning, Development, Design and Implementation? Visit our DEI Practice page.
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Strategic workforce planning connects HR strategy to overall organizational strategy. It ensures that social impact organizations have the right people in the right place at the right time. However, only 5% of 2019 Nonprofit Diversity Practices Survey respondents initiated a diversity strategy due to less than optimal organization performance.
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America and Americans have been challenged to acknowledge the unresolved, centuries-old crises of race, racism and racial inequity. George Floyd’s murder at the hands of those paid to serve and protect him, and the nation’s response to it, has caused us to once again face the ugly truths of police brutality, inequity and injustice lived daily by Black people all across this nation, and around the world. Even more tragic and heartbreaking is that there were and will be more victims like George Floyd. Read more!
How Should You Talk With Employees About Racism?
“Understanding race and race equity is a process,” says Lisa Brown Alexander, president and CEO of Nonprofit HR. “Most people are socialized around certain beliefs and perceptions, and it’s not easy to unpack those overnight. So admitting that you’re at the beginning is the first step.” Read more!
Washington Post journalist Jonathan Capehart interviews Robin DiAngelo, the author of White Fragility (40 min.) https://www.washingtonpost.com/podcasts/cape-up/the-author-of-white-fragility-doesnt-think-most-white-people-care-about-racial-injustice/
13TH, about the history of racial inequality in the United States (on Netflix)
TEDx talk by Graciela Mohamedi, Screaming into the Silence: How to be an ally, not a savior, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2qAbp-t_FY
Antagonists, Advocates, and Allies, Catrice M. Jackson
“White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack,” Peggy McIntosh https://www.racialequitytools.org/resourcefiles/mcintosh.pdf
Research Guides: White Privilege Resource Guide https://guides.usfca.edu/c.php?g=840974&p=7603639
See Past Nonprofit Diversity Practices Survey Responses!
Download a recent report which includes never before compiled data about diversity practices of social impact organizations across North America.
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Spotlight Recording: Grief, Trauma & Depression During a Crisis: How it Shows Up, How to Manage it
From addressing employee stress to adapting in-person practices into virtual solutions, download a nonprofit-focused webinar series that delivers superior professional development at the click of a button! These webinars were recorded and archived for convenient on-demand access and we are happy to share them with you! Please refer to the list below, access the full library of video presentations, and watch the ones that appeal to you.
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