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Attract Non-Profit Leadership: How to Compete with For-Profit Offers
Posted by Nancy Huckaba and Hal Wallach on Thu, Oct 28, 2021 @ 12:02 PM

Candidates for non-profit leadership roles often have for-profit or commercial backgrounds, and the reality is that non-profits are often unable to match the salaries they received in those roles. However, recent studies indicate that, among top talent, salary isn’t always the most important factor in a total rewards package.

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Topics: non-for-profit, Non-profits, competing for talent, nonprofit, Nonprofit Board, leadership, Not-for-profit leadership, talent aquisition, how-to, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, diversity, equity, inclusion

How Not-For-Profit Organizations Can Drive Organizational Change through Internal Coaching
Posted by Leslie Anderson on Thu, Nov 30, 2017 @ 12:54 PM

High-performing not-for-profit organizations are by design, not default. They begin and end with high-performing individuals. Not-for-profits face some challenges competing for talent in the marketplace. Although the jury’s still out on how pay and benefits in the not-for-profit sector compares with the for-profit sector, not-for-profits may have a smaller recruiting budget than their for-profit counterparts. They may also not have the fully developed leadership programs that many for-profit corporations use to enhance the skillset of talented staff. As a result, not-for-profits may have a harder time attracting and retaining the high-profile talent they need to become that high-performing organization.

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Topics: Not-for-profit leadership, Executive coach, Internal Coaching, Socratic Method, Leslie Anderson, leadership programs

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