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New Webinar – Auditing Your HR Function for Talent Sustainability

Tuesday, September 25 at 2:00 pm ET

Join Nonprofit HR and hear how nonprofits can approach and better understand talent sustainability internally. Tune in and review the benefits of prioritizing talent sustainability and how it can positively impact long-term outcomes.

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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.

New at Nonprofit HR

  • Prioritizing Social Sector Talent to Achieve Organizational Goals

      The most impactful and successful organizations are deliberate about how their work is organized, how their work is carried out, and how they use and develop their talent to achieve effectiveness. A capable team –– with the right tools, a clear understanding of mission and goals, and support...
  • Where is your Organization on the Talent Sustainability Continuum?

      As nonprofit organizations strive to achieve a greater impact, unfortunately, talent remains a fairly low priority across the sector. This is a mistake. People are the primary drivers of nonprofit performance and impact. The most impactful and sustainable nonprofit organizations are those that understand just how interdependent organizational...
  • 7 Inspiring Female Nonprofit Leaders to Watch in 2018

    According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “Untapped Potential of Women in Nonprofits” report, 57 percent of women working in the sector –– and 72 percent of women aged 18 to 24 –– want to someday be CEO of a nonprofit. This is not the case in the private sector....

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