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Do We Really Need Managers?

Do We Really Need Managers? | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it

Ryan Carson was presenting his company’s latest numbers to investors when he broke the big news. In the middle of the presentation, one investor stopped and asked, “Wait, who reports to who?


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This is a compelling trend, but it wouldn't work for every org. Certainly worth the read to see if it could work with your internal culture!

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Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey

Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
The Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey (formerly Nonprofit Employment Trends Survey) is a North American survey of nonprofit employment practices in the United States and Canada. The survey has been produced annually by Nonprofit HR since 2007.
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Established Companies, Get Ready for the Collaborative Economy

Established Companies, Get Ready for the Collaborative Economy | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
It's not just start-ups that need to pay attention to these four big shifts.
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Five Things You Simply Can’t Forget in Your New Hire’s First Week

Five Things You Simply Can’t Forget in Your New Hire’s First Week | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
For new hires, the first day on the job can feel like they’re at the foot of a mountain about to take the first step up a ridiculously tall peak like Kilimanjaro or Everest. Even if …
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Google Has 5 Secret Hiring Principles. What Are Yours?

Google Has 5 Secret Hiring Principles. What Are Yours? | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
At Google, a set of five key attributes guides every hiring decision. You already have your own set of principles--you just have to identify them.

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Four Nonprofit Leadership Traits Needed Now

Four Nonprofit Leadership Traits Needed Now | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
facilitation & process, LLC: Four Nonprofit Leadership Traits Needed Now http://t.co/jLwKSKochc

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Markham Rollins III's curator insight, March 8, 2013 10:36 AM

We have all heard this before. Time to act on it.

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3 D.C. area nonprofits receive MacArthur awards

3 D.C. area nonprofits receive MacArthur awards | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
Campaign Legal Center, National Housing Trust and NatureServe recognized as creative institutions.
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"Chosen based on their impact and effectiveness as well as good management"

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Do We Really Need Managers?

Do We Really Need Managers? | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it

Ryan Carson was presenting his company’s latest numbers to investors when he broke the big news. In the middle of the presentation, one investor stopped and asked, “Wait, who reports to who?


Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
Nonprofit HR's insight:

This is a compelling trend, but it wouldn't work for every org. Certainly worth the read to see if it could work with your internal culture!

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Our last Recruiting Myth: the HR training - Blog - Osclass.com

Our last Recruiting Myth: the HR training - Blog - Osclass.com | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
“Recruitment has been the same since I started my career in HR. There are few things that anybody can teach me now” False!
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5 Great Nonprofit Infographics to Learn From

5 Great Nonprofit Infographics to Learn From | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
We are living in a visual world, and nonprofits need to be creating graphics to use online. Use these 5 great nonprofit infographics for inspiration.

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How the Best Places to Work are Nailing Employee Engagement

How the Best Places to Work are Nailing Employee Engagement | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
Research shows four out of 10 workers are disengaged globally. In the U.S., the situation is worse. According to the latest State of the American Workplace Report, 70 percent of U.S. workers don’t like their job, creating an environment where many workers are emotionally disconnected from their workplace and less [...]

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Graeme Reid's curator insight, March 4, 2014 6:35 PM

Some good examples of how some companies are dealing with employee engagement.  Some of the best answers are straight forward - recognition, open communication, integrity.

Dr. Laura Sheneman's curator insight, March 5, 2014 9:11 AM

Several hidden gems in here for engagement in any industry.  Determine to try one or two for your workplace - even if you only have volunteers who assist you.

Ali Anani's curator insight, March 6, 2014 12:50 AM

When Engagement is missing as evidenced by 70 percent of U.S. workers don’t like their job, creating an environment where many workers are emotionally disconnected from their workplace and less...what you do?

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Philanthropy Front and Center - Washington, DC: Fundraisers Resign Due to Lack of Leadership

Philanthropy Front and Center - Washington, DC: Fundraisers Resign Due to Lack of Leadership | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
Guest post from Tycely Williams, CFRE Challenges with a supervisor is the most common reason for voluntary resignation among charitable fundraising professionals, according to new research released by Tycely Williams, Graduate Student at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in...
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Planning for Leadership Emergencies in Nonprofits

Planning for Leadership Emergencies in Nonprofits | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
For this “What A Tool! Tuesday,” we ask: If you got hit by a truck tomorrow, what would happen to your clinic?
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What does it mean to be salaried?

What does it mean to be salaried? | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
Dear Evil HR Lady,  Among three other job titles, I'm an HR Coordinator for an international Christian non-profit organization. HR is not my area of expertise but due what I would consider a histor...
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If You Value Talent, Do This - Forbes

If You Value Talent, Do This - Forbes | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it
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Start with our list of action steps, and then invent your own! blueprint for a human workplace. Move up http://i.forbesimg.com t Move down.

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HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness

HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness | Nonprofit Human Resources | Scoop.it

What should the role of HR be in a corporation? It many respects, the answer is obvious and simple. It should take primary responsibility for providing input, advice, direction, and execution with respect to organization effectiveness.


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Andrew Spence's curator insight, February 20, 2014 1:44 PM

A positive article from Professor Ed Lawler.

According to Lawler's analysis, HR spends less than 15% of its time as a strategic business partner.  One pointer for HR to increase credibility is to focus on Talent where CEOs need help.


In my view, HR knows WHY it needs to change, has a pretty good idea of WHAT the vision should be, but struggles with HOW to get there.  The skills needed to manage HR are different to those needed to Transform HR.