• The Switch podcast "offers access to Nonprofit HR’s talent management knowledge presented by our expert consultants, media partners, and guests from across the social impact sector. For over 20 years, Nonprofit HR has produced content that illuminates critical, timely and insightful knowledge for leaders of social impact organizations. Insights from this podcast shine light on the full talent management lifecycle, from employee attraction to organizational culture, engagement, performance management and retention."

  • Marie-Line Germain, HR Consulting Initiative

    Through the HR Consulting Initiative at Western Carolina University, some of our nonprofit clients (including Center Members) have sought advice on how to recruit employees more effectively. To recruit (and to fundraise), Artificial Intelligence has proven to be effective.

  • The job description is your primary vehicle for announcing the open position to external and internal audiences, and is a valuable tool for finding candidates best-suited to your organization's needs. The Nonprofit Job Description Toolkit features a wide range of sample job descriptions for senior nonprofit leadership roles--including CEO/executive director, COO, CFO, communications, programs, and more. Provides a template email job announcement. (Bridgespan)

  • Iget a little uncomfortable when someone asks me to be on a board that is mostly white, seeking racial diversity by saying, “We need to have an African American on the board.” Because that question tells me they may have expectations about my experience, my skills, my networks, and my access to resources that may not be accurate. If you know me, and you know what I can and can’t do, and you’re asking me to be on a board knowing that, then I feel more comfortable with the invitation. I understand the power of allAfrican American boards. For one board I joined, I walked into a high

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