Talent for Giving: Identifying the People to Help You Do Good, A guide for high net worth donors
Donors cannot achieve their intended social impact goals without help. The question is: how can you identify the right team and talent to help you realize your impact goals?
After more than two years of applied research, in July 2021 CHIP will publish Talent for Giving: Identifying the People to Help You Do Good, A guide for high net worth donors, with answers to finding the people, talent, and networks to help you do more good with your giving. Download a free preview one-pager now: 4 Common Pitfalls When Building Your Team & How to Avoid Them.
Register for the Talent for Giving launch webinar
Wednesday, October 20, 12 – 1 PM ET
In this webinar, learn how high net worth donors can identify people and networks to help create more impact with their giving. After more than two years of applied research, members of CHIP’s team will present Talent for Giving: Building the Team to Help You Do Good, A guide for high net worth donors, with answers on finding the people, talent, and networks to help you do more good with your giving.
Who should attend:
- Individual donors, foundation trustees, and philanthropic leaders
Join us online to learn:
- Four common pitfalls and how to avoid them
- The jobs you need done and who can fill them
- How to find talent for planning, implementation, and assessment
- How to build a more diverse and inclusive team for greater impact
What’s in the guide
You’ll find guidance and case examples about:
- Common talent pitfalls and how to avoid them
- High-level sources of talent to draw from within the philanthropic ecosystem
- Determining your initial approach to achieving your social impact goals
- The expertise and skills you need to implement your philanthropic activities
- Talent to help you assess, learn, and improve
- More considerations, including what to look for in a critical first hire, salary benchmarks, and achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion