Boyden's Lisa Vuona joins as Speaker for Session III - The Forum Table: Career Transitioning Post Pandemic
Date: 12 October 2022
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Greater Philadelphia’s annual Planned Giving Day Conference on behalf of the Planned Giving Council serves as the premier venue for the region’s gift planning professionals to learn more about important trends in philanthropy while enriching efforts with benefactors, clients and colleagues.
The theme this year, “Reflecting on Tomorrow,” highlights the enduring power of legacy giving for today and tomorrow. Planned Giving Day provides an opportunity for professionals at all levels to enhance their skill set, to collaborate with others in the field and to gain inspiration from the collective efforts we all bring to enrich our shared communities. Break-out sessions provide a wide range of perspectives unique to the field. Learn more about emerging challenges and innovations in philanthropy to work effectively with donors large and small. Explore essential charitable giving strategies and techniques.
Boyden is proud to join as Bronze Sponsor in support of these valuable dialogues and connections within the philanthropy community.
Boyden Managing Partner, Lisa Vuona joins as speaker for Session III, The Forum Table, Career Transitioning Post Pandemic: What are the Trends?
What are the hiring trends? What are candidates looking for? What are employers offering? How important is culture? How do you genuinely incorporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging into your recruiting and hiring efforts? How can you navigate the changes in the recruiting landscape? Join Lisa Vuona, Managing Partner of Boyden Boston, and discuss recruiting, hiring, and retaining talent post-pandemic. This is a great session for professionals at all levels! What you’ll learn from this session: tips to attract top talent in this challenging landscape; how to be successful as a candidate or a hiring manager; and what recruiting pitfalls should you avoid and why.
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The Planned Giving Council of Greater Philadelphia is our region’s leading professional association for individuals involved in charitable gift planning. Our members represent a broad spectrum of educational institutions, as well as charitable organizations that engage in health and human services, arts, culture and the environment.
Our membership also includes representatives from financial institutions and organizations that provide services in finance and estate planning.
As an affiliate of the national Partnership for Philanthropic Planning, our mission is to increase the quality and quantity of charitable planned gifts by serving as the premier professional resource for the gift planning community.