Staffing & Human Resources
Leadership isn't easy. Today's nonprofit leaders are accountable for their teams and their organization. But, because of our fast-moving digital world, working as an organization requires new thinking, habits, and fresh minds at all levels.
Nonprofits should embrace flexibility because it is a critical component of working. However, there are some areas where flexibility is not the best business partner.
Due to the lack of volunteers and a shift in government support, nonprofits may have to halt programs and readjust their goals.
As 2023 is looming in your windshield, I am sharing some ways I’ve found to reduce frustration and — most importantly — improve confidence in your skills as a fundraiser. I encourage you to choose at least three of them and make them part of your personal career growth plan for 2023.
Here are a few simple things employers can implement to create a flexible work environment for everyone.
The Nonprofit Alliance Foundation (TNPAF) opened enrollment for employers to host Leading EDGE interns during the summer 2023 cohort.
The best nonprofits are the ones that know the value of an employer brand communications plan. They understand a strategic plan can help attract and retain the top talent and avoid facing the current struggles of today’s competitive job market.
An inevitable and essential board role is making CEO succession plans. No CEO is irreplaceable, and, in fact, the roles and skills needed in a CEO will change over time and with the evolution of the organization.
The top recruiting challenges for 2022 into 2023 is the shortage of talent. Hiring must be done in a creative fashion. Organizations need to target passive candidates, create a talent pool, look at culture fits for potential hires, and evaluate recruitment costs and recruitment practices.