SGD4 - Talent and Volunteer Management

Course Description In human capital management, nonprofits need strong support and oversight from their boards to design, implement and sustain strong strategies for attracting and retaining talent. This session highlights the need for nonprofit boards to understand the trends, competencies and tools in human capital management while exploring frameworks that will help them better manage board talent renewals, succession policies and diversity.
Course Objectives
  1. Understand the importance and challenges of human capital management in NPOs.
  2. Explore the board’s role in driving talent resourcing success.
  3. Learn about leading approaches in managing talent and volunteers sustainably through the Volunteer (Board and Executive) Management Framework.
  4. Examine volunteer management strategies and board election and succession policies based on competencies, diversity and inclusion.
Course Outline • Importance of talent and volunteer management in the nonprofit sector.
• Challenges in talent and volunteer management in NPOs.
• Board’s role in driving resourcing success in their organisations.
• Leading approaches in managing talent and volunteer sustainability.
• Community partner sharing.
• Case study.
• Panel discussion.
Level Essentials.
Target Audience
Aspiring, new and current directors of nonprofit organisations (NPOs).
Course Duration Half day.
Delivery Presentation, discussion and case study-based learning.
$400/module (excl. GST); $428/module (incl. GST).

This course is subject to approval for the VWOs-Charities Capability Fund (VCF) training grant. All exempt, registered charities and institutions of a Public Character (IPCs) can apply for VCF funding. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis, with priority to VCF-funded applicants.

For more details on the VCF funding, please click here.

CPD Hours 4 hours.