The Nonprofit MBA Podcast

PRESS RELEASE – February 25, 2024

Over the years, the concept of building and keeping talents has always been an important discourse in the business world and nonprofit sector alike. This is because a lot of organizations suffer from excessive employee turnover rates. You must be intentional as a nonprofit leader, by strategically following the necessary steps to build and keep your talents. By defining your mission and values, offering competitive compensation and benefits, providing opportunities for growth and development, fostering a positive work environment, recognizing and rewarding performance, and communicating effectively, you can attract, develop, and retain top talent for your organization. Investing in your team is not only beneficial for your organization but also the communities and causes you serve. In today’s podcast, Mike Gellman from High Five Career Coaching and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions, a leading provider of business loans for nonprofits, discuss “how to build and keep your talent for nonprofits.”

Read an Executive Summary or Listen to the Podcast HERE: How To Build And Retain Your Talents For Nonprofits

About Our Guest, Mike Gellman, From  High Five Career Coaching

For over 20 years, Mike Gellman, Founder & CEO of High Five Career Coaching, has successfully facilitated numerous talent management and organizational development initiatives including succession planning, high potential leader development, employee engagement, team building, and culture change. He also a certified coach and author of the book, Pipe Dreams: 7 Pipelines of Career Success. He launched his nonprofit career in organizational development at the world-famous San Diego Zoo.

About Stephen Halasnik, The Nonprofit MBA Podcast, and Financing Solutions

Stephen Halasnik co-founded Financing Solutions, the leading provider of lines of credit for nonprofits and church financing. The credit line program for nonprofits & churches is fast, easy, inexpensive, and costs nothing to set up, making it a great backup plan when cash flow is temporarily down. Mr. Halasnik is also the host of the popular Nonprofit MBA Podcast. The podcast brings experts to discuss fundraising, nonprofit grants, executive director leadership, nonprofit boards, and other important topics. You can learn more about the nonprofit line of credit program here or call 862-207-4118.