More and more organisations are utilizing a range of approaches in their social investment portfolios, leveraging grant, equity and debt financing alongside non-financial support to maximize their social impact. As their portfolios grow increasingly sophisticated, how are they identifying, recruiting and retaining the best talent? What skill profiles does the sector as a whole need as we close in on the 2030 deadline for the Sustainable Development Goals?
Funders from across the social investment eco-system will share how they are overcoming the inherent challenges in human capital in the social sector and what talent management could look like as the sector becomes increasingly integrated and collaborative.
- The human capital needs of the sector are changing rapidly as more funders seek integrated social investment approaches
- The sector needs to integrate a proactive long-term talent strategy when hiring new staff
- Stakeholders are hindered by a limited talent pipeline and resources in talent management planning
Vice President and Chief Program Officer Salzburg Global Seminar
Head of Social Impact, APAC LinkedIn Singapore Pte Ltd
Founder Indian School of Development Management (ISDM)
Executive Director - Head of Impact Strategy Brightlight Investment Management
Deputy CEO Community Foundation of Singapore