Talent Management Roundtable – Retention Matters

By Akia Brew
In June 11, 2019
When:
June 26, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
2019-06-26T12:00:00-04:00
2019-06-26T13:30:00-04:00
Where:
Nonprofit HR
1400 Eye Street NW
Washington
DC 20005
Cost:
Free

Nonprofit leaders know that hiring the right talent for their mission is just the beginning of the employee engagement and retention journey. But, how are they putting this knowledge into action? More than three-fourths (81%) of nonprofits do not have a formal retention strategy and most do not take advantage of one of the most effective tool available to them – the stay interview. Regardless of your mission type or the size of your HR department, there are several proven retention strategies available to you. Join Nonprofit HR for more insights on the current retention practices of nonprofits in North America and get tips on how to start putting effective retention practices into action.

Register below! Space will be limited. Sign up now.

In this lunch discussion, you will:

  • Hear key findings from the 2019 Nonprofit Talent Retention Practices Survey
  • Get benchmarking data on the primary reasons for turnover from your peer organizations
  • Uncover how the underutilized stay interview can help you get ahead of premature resignations
  • Explore the impact of culture on retention
  • Walk away with actionable tactics for engaging your top talent

Conversation Hosts:

Lisa Brown Alexander

President & CEO

Co-Lead, Knowledge Practice

Nonprofit HR

Contact Lisa before the event – email her at lalexander@nonprofithr.com

Alicia Schoshinski

Senior HR Business Partner

Co-Lead, Knowledge Practice

Nonprofit HR

Contact Alicia before the event – email her at alicias@nonprofithr.com

Register now!

Take Metro to this event! We’re located at the McPherson Square station in the Five Guys building.
Take the 14th & I Street exit.

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