It’s really important that you set the culture from the beginning.
This actually starts with the way you recruit people, but it is emphasized throughout the hiring process.
The importance of human resource planning For most organizations, staff and staff-related expenses make up the highest percentage of the annual budget.
Your nonprofit will likely have paid staff as well as volunteers who will determine the success of your nonprofit.
Recruiting Once you have identified all of the staffing and volunteer needs of the nonprofit, you’ll need to create a method for recruiting people to join your team.
This can be as simple as calling people in your personal network, or as in-depth as creating job announcements, posting to job boards, and taking part in recruiting events.
You’ve already identified the ways you’ll measure your impact – what will it take to get these things accomplished? It identifies what types of staff or volunteer members are needed, what they are responsible for, and who they report to.
Many nonprofits keep an organizational chart to help them see the structure more clearly.
What does that process look like for your nonprofit?
For this piece, outline what you will do to recruit team members.