Posts Tagged ‘talent’

The Right Compensation By Bruce Dingman

The Right Compensation for Hiring the Best Talent Having a well thought through compensation plan can make a tremendous difference in staff morale, how employees think leadership values them, if they are being treated fairly, and employee engagement.  Not only is compensation important in employee retention, it also has a big effect on attracting good…

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5 Ways to Focus Board Meetings By Randy Bronkema

5 Ways to Change the Focus of Your Board Meetings You can begin to change the focus your board meeting and achieve great and meaningful work by focusing on five key priorities. Mission First Every time you meet, review the mission and make this a focus. Ensure that your organization has a clear view of…

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Outcomes Academy Online: Summer 2017

Register Now for Outcomes Academy Online: Summer 2017 This summer you can continue to grow as a leader no matter where you are! The Outcomes Academy Online offers in-depth CLA leadership training on a state-of-the-art online platform developed by Azusa Pacific University-University College. All you need is an Internet connection and the desire to become…

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CNLA: Equipping Nonprofit Leaders

Christian Nonprofit Leadership Academy 2015 Christian Leadership Alliance presents the Christian Nonprofit Leadership Academy (CNLA) as one of the many leadership training experiences offered at The Outcomes Conference: CLA Dallas 2015. CNLA is an extensive academic experience for equipping nonprofit leaders. This year,  CLA offers 8 class options that last 12.5-hours each over a 2-day…

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Lessons for Leaders: Generosity

By Wayne Pederson I’m trying to be a more generous person.  It’s a challenge for me because we grew up dirt poor.  We had to be extremely careful with how we spent our money. That mindset has carried over into adulthood and management.  But generosity is one of our organization’s core values. We give things…

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How to Build a Learning Culture

By Michelle Wilson In order to build a learning culture, Focus on the Family is aware of the need to identify committed, invested individuals during the hiring process. Creating an organizational culture of lifelong learning will be impossible if team members are not committed to the mission. That is why our Recruitment Department created a…

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