Leaders Matter - May 2022 - Three Ways Nonprofits Are Tackling Turnover

05/31/2022
How some nonprofits are weathering the Great Resignation
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Three Ways Nonprofit Leaders Are Tackling Employee Turnover

 
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By Carole Matthews

As more and more employees leave their jobs, nonprofit leaders are asking themselves “how do I keep and attract employees?” Nonprofit CEOs share some steps they’re taking to weather the Great Resignation.

 
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Request: What are you reading?

 
As we approach the halfway point of 2022, we thought it would be a great time to look back at what we've learned so far.

We want to hear from you: what have you read, heard, or watched recently that left an impression on you as a nonprofit leader? Click here to share your recommendations with us! 

Whether it's a book, article, podcast, or another resource, we're eager to hear about it.

We will share a list of "recommended resources" in the August LeadersMatter.
 
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Video: How to use the RAPID Decision-Making Tool for Nonprofits

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Almost anyone who’s spent time working in an organization has experienced a frustrating decision-making process, or a situation when it wasn’t clear there was any process at all.

This video is an introduction to the RAPID® tool for decision making, which can help a nonprofit spell out roles to improve its organizational decision making.
 
 
 
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