Knowledge & Insights

How nonprofit professionals stay ahead of the curve when it comes to talent and culture.

Nonprofit HR is widely recognized as a leader in gathering data and developing talent management resources for nonprofit leaders and human resources professionals. From culture management to harassment prevention to diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, we provide the guidance your organization needs to best support your people.

2019 Talent Management Priorities Survey Results Now Available!

The results from Nonprofit HR’s 2019 Talent Management Priorities survey are in, revealing key trends for how organizations are managing their talent management efforts to achieve their missions. Among key trends are recruiting, assessing culture, employee engagement, and implementing technologies for talent-focused initiatives. This is the third consecutive year that Nonprofit HR has conducted the survey of local, regional and national nonprofits and shared the results of their aggregate talent priorities.

Watch this webinar recording and learn where talent acquisition, total rewards, technology, performance management and learning rank for hundreds of organizations representing multiple missions, sizes and locations.

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Research & Data

Get the latest data on job growth, hiring and employment in the nonprofit sector, as well as HR benchmarks, from our original research and reports.

Insight Library

Read our latest thinking on the issues that matter most in nonprofit talent and culture. Visit our insight library.

Workplace Learning

Learn critical, nonprofit-focused human resources skills and talent and culture strategies from our team of experts.

Events

Meet with industry experts and nonprofit human resources professionals over lunch for learning and networking.

Upcoming events

Jun
26
Wed
2019
Talent Management Roundtable – Retention Matters @ Nonprofit HR
Jun 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

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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Featured Insight: Habits of Highly Effective Nonprofit Leaders

What sets the effective nonprofit leaders apart from the rest? We have the answers.

We connected with high-performing nonprofit leaders from organizations like the National 4-H Council and the YWCA and asked them what makes them tick. Each leader had unique insights into key habits that help them lead effectively, which we synergized into four key themes.

The most effective leaders:

  1. Place a high value on education
  2. Empower others
  3. Embrace Change
  4. Leverage their networks

These are habits you can cultivate in yourself and in your most promising nonprofit employees.

Get in touch.

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