Peter Drucker wrote, "No organization can do better than the people it has." The only way to get—and keep—the best people is through solid HR practices. That means defining roles, developing career paths, recognizing achievement, and making sure every staff-member knows how their individual work advances the mission. And that's on top of technical considerations like payroll and government compliance, strategic aspects like succession planning, and more.
At GCN, we've concentrated a wealth of HR knowledge, from Georgia Nonprofit NOW's expert guide to HR, to Nonprofit University's Certificate of of Nonprofit Human Resource Management, to our GCN Consulting Team.
Introducing GCN’s new vision for bringing together mission-driven organizations and talent here in Georgia, and nationwide. We’re building on the 16-year legacy of our Opportunity Knocks job board, supporting 30,000 employers and 400,000 professionals, to create the go-to hiring and career destination for the purpose-driven community. Visit workforgood.org
Happy hunting, and how it's done
The most important part of any leadership search is having a consistent process: Whether the search is on for an executive director or other members of your leadership team, the same principles apply. GCN's Nonprofit Consulting team expert Mary Bear Hughes explains how. Read the NOW article
HOW TO FIND, PREPARE, GROW, AND ENGAGE YOUR PEOPLE
One of the best solutions to employee turnover is a commitment to training. Find out how GCN's Nonprofit University helps member nonprofits like Georgia Head Start and Sheltering Arms do it, with team training solutions. Read more