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• Here are eight steps for nonprofit organizations to attract new talent in the form of employees or volunteers in order to stay viable, efficient, and successful.
• How can donors best support nonprofits that need to build capacity?
• Learn about capacity building for social change.
Volunteers and employees together are crucial to the success of a nonprofit. Unfortunately, in recent years, the increasing number of nonprofit entities has made competition for employees and volunteers a significant concern. If a charitable organization aims to remain viable in the future, it needs to figure out the most effective way of attracting new talent.
Unlike other industries, nonprofits benefit from having staff that actually believe in their cause or purpose for existing. To help nonprofits locate the right talent, eight professionals from Forbes Nonprofit Council share the methods they use to attract young volunteers and explain why those approaches are effective.
- Create A Purpose-Driven Company
- Connect With Them And Listen
- Create A Buddy System
- Provide Fellowships For Young Volunteers
- Help Them Connect With Other Volunteers
- Stop Using Them As Gophers
- Meet Them Where They Are
- Create A Pipeline Of Talent
Read the full article about attracting employees and volunteers at Forbes.
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