Nonprofit Leaders Learn How to Select and Retain Top Talent
Florida nonprofit leaders will learn ways to recruit, select and retain top
talent with the help of Hodges University’s Center for Nonprofit Excellence
(CNE). Two workshops hosted by the center in July will focus on building talent
strategy within nonprofits.
and Retaining Top Talent in Nonprofits” workshop will take
place from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 14. Debbie Mathews Finch from
Mathews Finch Consulting Group will discuss ways to select and retain top
talent within nonprofits in this second in a series of three Talent Strategy
workshops. With more than 38 years of recruiting and selection experience,
Mathews will provide valuable tools to conduct a successful search. The
workshop will be held in the Stock Building, John White Community Room on the
Naples campus – 2647 Professional Way, Naples, FL 34119.
Your Employees – Especially the Superkeepers” workshop will
take place from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 28. Debbie Mathews Finch
from Mathews Finch Consulting Group will discuss the unique workforce
demographics in Southwest Florida and ways to retain great employees. This
third in a series of Talent Strategy workshops will be held in the Stock
Building, John White Community Room on the Naples campus – 2647 Professional
Way, Naples, FL 34119.
registration fee is $35 per workshop, unless otherwise noted. CNE participants
who attend four workshops in each governance, operations or management can earn
a noncredit certificate in the topic area.
a full list of upcoming workshops, and to register, visit www.hodges.edu/cne.
Contact Marian Klink at email@example.com
for additional information. To obtain a certificate, participants must first
register with the CNE and complete four workshops in one of the three
categories. Contact the CNE by calling (239) 598-6284 to begin a certificate
the Center for Nonprofit Excellence:
The Hodges University Center for Nonprofit Excellence serves as a leader in the
training and support of nonprofit organizations. Its mission is to enhance the
governance, management and operations of nonprofit organizations in Southwest
Florida. Seminars provide information on roles and responsibilities of board
members, legal and financial best practices, strategic planning, fund raising,
volunteer management and other topics relevant to the operations of a