Webinar – Yes, You Can Integrate Talent into Your Nonprofit’s Strategic Plan

By Nonprofit HR
In December 13, 2017
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December 11, 2018 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Nonprofit HR

Strategic planning is an annual ritual for many nonprofits. Yet countless organizations plan for programs, and fundraising without thinking about the talent needed to meet those goals, and ultimately their mission. Attend this session and discover how you can influence your organization’s leadership to integrate talent planning into the strategic planning process and the steps for identifying needed talent to support that plan.

Strengthen your understanding of how to:

  • identify the right talent to execute your strategic plan
  • determine where you will get that talent
  • uncover talent management strategy ideas to align talent planning to your priorities and mission

Webinar Speakers

Alicia Schoshinski, M.A., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, sHRBP, SWP
Senior HR Business Partner & Knowledge Practice Co-Leader
Nonprofit HR

Alicia works with clients to provide a talent management strategy aligned with their strategic goals and missions.  She also co-leads the firm’s knowledge practice where she develops and facilitates workplace learning and information sharing.

Alicia brings more than 25 years of progressive HR management experience including her work with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting where she served as Senior Director, Human Resources Management and Development. She has facilitated workforce realignments and created performance management programs and internal communications strategies. She also has expertise in affirmative action programs, EEO and HR metrics.

She holds a master’s degree in HR management from Marymount University and a bachelor’s in business management with an emphasis on human resources from The Catholic University of America. Alicia holds the SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) certification, as well as the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification, Senior Human Resources Business Partner (sHRBP) and Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) certifications from the Human Capital Institute.  Alicia is also a member of SHRM and the Human Resources Leadership Forum.

Alicia is on the PTO board and Enrollment Management Committee at her children’s school. She also leads a Girl Scout troop there.

Pratichi Shah, MBA
President and CEO
Flourish Talent Management Solutions, LLC

Pratichi is an HR strategist and thought leader with twenty-five years experience in all aspects of talent management, human resources, and organizational development in the nonprofit and for profit arenas.

Prior to launching FTMS, Pratichi was the Chief Talent Officer (CTO) for Independent Sector, a nonprofit membership coalition that leads and mobilizesthe charitable community.  As the CTO, she led all human capital programs and processes for the organization, resulting in significant culture change and greater employee engagement.  Before returning to the nonprofit sector, Pratichi was the Global Director of the Employer of Choice function for Willis Towers Watson(then known as Watson Wyatt Worldwide) and was part of the organizational Effectiveness department at the George Washington University and Hospital.

Pratichi often speaks about talent issues, has been published in the Chronicle of Philanthropy and Stanford Social Innovation Review, and has been quoted in the New York Timesannual “Giving” section regarding talent trends within the nonprofit sector.  She holds an MBA in Human Resources from American University, a BA in the Psychology of Management from Eckerd College, and an executive coaching certification from the Newfield Network.

This webinar is sponsored by Cornerstone OnDemand

Cornerstone was founded with a passion for empowering people through learning and a conviction that people should be your organization’s greatest competitive advantage. Cornerstone is a global human capital management leader with a core belief that nonprofits thrive when they help their employees, volunteers, and members to realize their potential. Putting this belief into practice, Cornerstone offers solutions to help nonprofits strategically manage and continuously develop their talent throughout the entire employee lifecycle. Featuring comprehensive recruiting, personalized learning, development-driven performance management, and holistic HR planning, Cornerstone’s human capital management platform is successfully used by more than 3,400 global clients of all sizes, spanning over 38 million users across 192 countries and 43 languages. Learn more at csod.com/nonprofit.


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