Episode 22

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22nd Feb 2022

Hiring in a Tight Job Market

The news is full of stories telling us that the job market looks really good right now, that it is an employee’s market, and people are jumping from position to position. COVID-19 was just a bump in the employment road, and now businesses and nonprofits alike are struggling to hire and retain good talent. To help listeners either find the right employee or the right job, we invited Mike English, a nonprofit consultant who works on Executive Searches for The Moran Company as our guest to discuss what the job market is like, and how it affects you and your nonprofit.

This episode's Coaches Corner answers the listener's question "How Can Nonprofits be More Intentional with the Workforce Development Ladder?' with Sheryl Soukup, Impact Coach and President of Soukup Strategic Solutions

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About the Podcast

IMPACTability®: The Nonprofit Leaders’ Podcast
This show explores the landscape of the nonprofit organization and offers incredible insight from nonprofit experts. Get advice on how to solve the problems plaguing your nonprofit with your host Joe Turner of Soukup Strategic Solutions, a full-service nonprofit consulting company helping nonprofits across the country.

About your host

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Joe Turner

For more than 20 years, Joe had successfully programmed radio stations in Detroit; Lansing, Michigan; South Bend, Indiana; and southwest Florida. Joe left the day-to-day radio world in 2007 for the nonprofit world when he joined Hodges University as its Director of Public Relations and Alumni Services. In 2021, he joined Soukup Strategic Solutions as the Director of Fundraising, Marketing, and Communications. Joe continues to run his own voice over company where he offers commercial and narration voice over services and has won three Telly awards for his work. He is a native of Detroit where he attended Wayne State University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Media Arts. In his spare time Joe loves to cook, is a musician and a self-professed “foodie.”