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Name: Pratichi Shah
Title: President and CEO
Company: Flourish Talent Management Solutions
Session title: Take the Reins HR
Session date/time:  Tuesday, October 22
LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/pratichishah

Profile: Pratichi Shah is an HR strategist and executive with nineteen years experience in all aspects of talent management, human resources programs, and people development in the nonprofit and for profit arenas. Pratichi is the founder and CEO of Flourish Talent Management Solutions (FTMS), a firm specializing in talent strategy development and alignment; training and organizational development; and coaching. She was also part of the founding team of the Talent Initiative (now part of AchieveMission), a nonprofit organization that provides capacity-building services to innovative, growth-oriented nonprofits helping them become more efficient, scalable, and sustainable. Prior to launching FTMS, Pratichi was the Chief Talent Officer (CTO) for Independent Sector, a nonprofit coalition of more than 600 member organizations that leads and mobilizes the charitable community for the greater good. As the CTO, she led all human capital programs and processes for the organization, resulting in significant culture change and greater employee engagement.

Join Pratichi at the 2013 Nonprofit HR Conference as she talks about how to combine the soft stuff with the hard numbers, the mission basis with the business orientation, and how to put it all together. Pratichi will talk about embracing leadership, delivering more than what is asked for, being assertive without being obnoxious – and genuinely shaping the nonprofit sector and its future, one organization at a time.

Here is a sneak-peak of what she’s going to talk about.

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