"Employees are an organization's greatest resource," says Audrey Winkler, Director of the Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute. On January 21st, NSRI and Seton Hall's Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, welcomes one of the field's top experts on nonprofit management. Heather L. Carpenter, Ph.D., leads the Talent Development Platform, an interactive workshop aimed at helping nonprofit managers better connect their strategic goals with the resources and talents of employees.
Carpenter is also the co-author of a new guidebook on human resources, entitled, "The Talent Development Platform: Putting People First in Social Change Organizations." The book, which provides a basis for the workshop, examines results-driven talent development for social change and provides a holistic process for creating in-house training and development programs.
Winkler explains that retaining staff, increasing job satisfaction and productivity are essential for running an efficient and effective organization. "With the importance of diversity in our workforce," she says, "it is imperative that we provide a proper understanding of human resources." This workshop will give participants hands-on practice, useable tools, and techniques that will result in tangible benefits for their organizations.
To register for the Talent Development Platform, click here.
This Talent Development Platform is certified by the Society for Human Resource Management. Participants can earn three SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for attending the Talent Development Platform.
Seton Hall University is now a SHRM-CP ™/SHRM-SCP ™ recertification provider. HR practitioner recertification is required every three years. Professionals must earn 60 PDCs to be recertified. Credits are awarded for advancing your education, profession, and your organization. To learn more about the SHRM recertification, click here.
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