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There is undoubtedly a limited amount of data available on nonprofit talent management practices. In an effort to better understand and respond to the talent needs of the social sector, Nonprofit HR is seeking input from nonprofit talent and HR leaders about their priorities for 2017.
We believe that there is power in empowering nonprofits to achieve their full potential through their people. That’s why we’re committed serving as a leader in the development of talent management data and insights. Our 2017 Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities Survey is an important part of this effort.
The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Unless otherwise indicated, we ask that you rank the order of your organization’s talent management priorities in the following categories: Talent Acquisition, Culture and Engagement, Performance Management, Learning and Development, Total Rewards, and Talent Analytics/Metrics.
Nonprofit HR values your organization’s confidentiality and is committed to ensuring that your organization’s identity will not be disclosed as part of this survey process. Your responses, along with those of all other participants and will be aggregated and shared with survey participants and the sector broadly in an effort to better inform talent decisions and investments for 2017 and beyond. We will release the results of this survey in February 2017. As a participant, you will receive a copy of the results before we release it to the public.
We also invite you to engage with us further by attending the 2017 Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit taking place April 5-7, 2017 in Washington, DC. Details about the Summit will be provided at the end of the survey or you can visit www.nonprofittalentsummit.com for program and registration information.
Thank you for your participation. We appreciate your time.