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This is PART 3 of Attract, retain & develop high performing talent.

According to Harvard Business Review, a high performer can deliver 400 percent more productivity than the average performer. High performers work efficiently and think strategically. They’re motivated, passionate and dedicated. They show promising potential to take on new roles, assume more responsibility, and act as leaders.

If you want to dramatically boost your organization’s productivity, and in turn, your impact; you need high performers on board, which involves being intentional about attracting, developing and retaining top talent at every level.


Lisa Brown Alexander
President and CEO
Nonprofit HR

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