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Get to know Executive Director Bound, Valarie Navy-Daniels! Valerie has more than 20 years of experience as a philanthropy professional. She has a proven track record of fundraising and communications success and has consistently exceeded revenue goals by persuasively articulating and demonstrating compelling cases for philanthropic support from corporations, foundations, individuals and other constituencies. 1. What or who inspired you to pursue your profession? Navy-Daniels: My passion to support organizations that improve people’s lives inspired my desire to pursue work in philanthropy. In fact I’ve enjoyed a life-long love of leadership, sales and persuasion. Beginning as a top-selling Girl Scout cookie troop member and as a […]

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My recent article from “How Nonprofits Miss the Talent Mark” explains one of the most common mistakes that nonprofits make when recruiting candidates for job openings – “post and pray”. That posting shares why the “post and pray” method isn’t effective, but this post describes an effective approach. So, you may be wondering which recruitment tools you should use when trying to find the best talent? Here are a few pro tips for recruiting. Start your day by reviewing new prospective candidates that have applied to the job openings you’ve posted on various job boards. But remember that while posting on […]

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I spend a lot of time talking with our clients about their talent acquisition strategy. Often, by the time they’ve contacted us, they have started a search, attempted to identify candidates on their own, and are wondering why they’re not getting candidates who match what they need.  The first thing I ask them is to describe their approach to talent acquisition.  What I hear is usually something like this: Create and/or edit the job description Post it on various job boards Pray for good candidates to fall in their lap (or rather their inbox) In talent acquisition circles, we call […]

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by Tamara Rasberry, SHRM-CP, PHR Employee engagement is a hot topic in the workplace right now, and for good reason. Not to be confused with employee satisfaction or happiness, employee engagement refers to the extent to which an employee is mentally and emotionally invested in their work and the organization. It has been proven that high engagement levels benefit both individuals and organizations. Some of the benefits of high engagement include: higher levels of employee satisfaction, better employee health, increased retention and lower turnover, improved productivity and reduction in absenteeism. Nonprofit leaders who want to elevate their organizations must focus not […]

The post Engagement – An Employee and Employer Benefit: Four Pro Tips from the Field appeared first on Nonprofit HR.

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