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Register Now: The 2018 Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit

Forbes Names 2018 Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit a ‘Must-Attend Nonprofit Conference

“Finding the best people to join and stay with your nonprofit is a competitive advantage and is easier thanks to this conference” – Gloria Horsley, Forbes contributing editor

Now, more than ever, the world needs the change that only your team can drive. Get actionable ideas for attracting, developing, retaining and maximizing the impact of top talent so your nonprofit can advance its mission. Register now to attend the Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit April 18th – 20th in Washington, D.C.

Webinar – The Talent Oblivious Nonprofit. Is That Your Organization?

Does your organization have little to no resources allocated for talent attraction, development or retention? Are your nonprofit’s hiring, development and retention practices often ineffective and absent of planning?

There are some clear traits of a “Talent Oblivious” nonprofit, as well as actions organizations can take to not be one. The first step to addressing those traits, however, is identifying them.

Join Nonprofit HR CEO Lisa Brown Alexander on Monday, April 30th at 2:00 pm ET for a webinar on the unfortunate effects of talent obliviousness and how your organization can overcome them to maximize your mission impact.

New Data: The 2018 Talent Management Priorities Survey

We surveyed over 350 nonprofit leaders like you from around the country about their talent management priorities and the results are in.

With our 2018 Nonprofit Talent Management Priorities survey, we found that:

  • About half of nonprofit organizations have a dedicated human resources team, or at least one member on staff solely responsible for HR.
  • Diversity is top of mind for many organizations. Sixty one percent of nonprofits plan to prioritize attracting and hiring diverse talent or building a diverse and inclusive workplace this year.
  • Small and medium nonprofits indicate that limited capacity is a primary obstacle, while larger organizations are more likely to note dysfunctional or unengaged leadership as their primary obstacle to realizing their talent priorities.

Access our interactive data portal or infographic to see the full results and read more about how organizational talent management priorities will impact the sector as a whole in 2018.

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