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Learning and development; diversity, equity and inclusion; and retention planning were the top three talent management strategy areas nonprofits focused on in 2021, but after another long and unpredictable year will they remain the primary focus for 2022? The Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities Survey is a signature report that assesses and reveals what the nonprofit sector is most concerned about in regard to managing its people resources. All-inclusive of the sector, this survey applies to mission-driven organizations that are large, mid-sized or micro, providing a rich set of data that every people leader can benefit from understanding. 

Tune in and hear what other organizations are focusing on in 2022, plus hear insights, implications and tactics you can use to prioritize your people. 

Join the webinar on Tuesday, December 14 at 2 p.m. ET to hear: 

– what nonprofits were concerned about regarding talent management moving into 2022;

– the top three priorities for talent management practices, including talent acquisition, culture and employee engagement, performance management, learning and development, and;

– a snapshot of last year’s data compared to 2022 and what the differences in priorities mean for the sector and your organization.

Talent management experts, human resources professionals and leaders who serve the nonprofit sector benchmark their priorities in relation to those of other nonprofits, and these survey results are one tool they rely upon annually. Sign up now, and invite your team and community partners! 

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About the Presenter:

Lisa Brown Alexander
Founder & CEO
Nonprofit HR

Driven to serve the often-overlooked people management needs for the social impact sector, Lisa set out to build a market where one didn’t exist. She founded Nonprofit HR, the leading talent management firm in the country that works exclusively with the nonprofit sector. Lisa’s goal is to ensure that every Nonprofit HR engagement inspires social sector leaders to strengthen their most important asset: their people. Over the course of her career, Lisa has presented to hundreds of organizations, staff and leadership teams, covering all things talent management for the social sector.

Today, fueled by the passion of 100-plus employees and consultants nationwide, her thriving company is helping many of the nation’s most impactful nonprofit organizations get ahead through smart people management strategies. In the process, they’re changing the way an entire sector thinks about talent and culture. 

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