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The Talent Development Platform: Putting People First in Social Change Organizations by Heather L. Carpenter, Tera Wozniak Qualls

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Talent Investing

Raising and Granting Funds to Develop Social Change Leadership

Rusty Stahl

Putting people first in organizations takes time. And we all know that time is money. To carve out the space for developing staff and volunteers, leaders need operational support and the ability to focus their creativity and energy on their colleagues—while their other work still gets done. So even if you are crafting low-cost, in-house professional development, there are costs involved at a bedrock level. Many social change organizations are just beginning to make talent development an intentional part of their work, so new ways must be explored for funding this work. We asked Rusty Stahl, President and CEO of the Talent Philanthropy Project ...

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