PNP’s Retained Executive Search provides the strategic partnership and depth of service necessary to fill an organization’s most important C-Suite leadership positions.
Offering local expertise with a national reach, PNP’s team of Executive Recruiting Specialists partner with hiring managers to develop customized search strategies that target outstanding hidden talent in the marketplace. Meet Our Team
By reaching into non-traditional recruiting areas and reaching out to an extensive network of leaders, executives, and contacts in the sector, PNP’s executive team ensures a diverse slate of talent to consider for every search. A guarantee of success is part of this service.
Specializing in customized searches for positions in Executive Management, Development, Finance, Human Resources, and Program Management, and working within a well-established and efficient search process, PNP ensures smooth transitions and outstanding results. In addition, on-boarding and other capacity building services are available once a search is concluded.
Since 1996, PNP had filled key positions in major nonprofits, in all sectors, across the country. For over 25 years, PNP has helped organizations build high performance teams and helped managers make smart hiring decisions.
Diverse organizations are more successful in retaining talent and more likely to achieve long-term sustainability. Gender diversity in management positions often increases the ability for organizations to reach goals.
But, simply attracting and hiring diverse candidates is not enough. Inclusion strategies are critical to employee retention, especially within under-represented groups. We help you incorporate your DEI commitment into recruiting and retention strategies, as well as into your job descriptions and employer branding.
Contact us to discuss inclusive hiring practices for your organization.
Learn more in our DEI Resource Library.
“The worst mistakes I made were in hiring. Better hires could have transformed my organization and allowed me to avoid costly hiring decisions. ”
Executive for a NY Nonprofit