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16 Valuable Skills That Will Set You Apart When Transitioning To The Nonprofit Sector

16 Valuable Skills That Will Set You Apart When Transitioning To The Nonprofit Sector Austin Mabe

Working professionals these days are less likely to remain at the same organization for the entire duration of their career. Instead, many are opting to explore their options and venture into different industries, resulting in them gaining and honing qualities and skills that contribute to their success in the workplace. As experts, the members of Forbes Nonprofit Council have experience hiring and working with professionals that have pivoted from the for-profit world to a nonprofit organization. Below, 16 of them each share one valuable skill or trait they’ve found in these transitioning employees transitioning and why it makes them such an effective addition to the team.

Transitioning to the nonprofit sector can be a great opportunity for professionals to gain new skills and experiences. However, it is important to remember that it is not always easy to make the transition. It is important to research the sector and the organization you are considering, and to be prepared to demonstrate your skills and qualifications. It is also important to understand the culture of the organization and how it differs from the for-profit sector. Lastly, it is important to be aware of the challenges that come with working in the nonprofit sector, such as limited resources and competing demands.

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