Our last post recapped our October idea swap which highlighted some of the lessons we learned in 2020/21 and how we can use them to shape a more positive future. During the swap, we also split into groups to brainstorm on three challenges.
How about we switch that up a bit and instead of just looking back at what worked and didn’t work, let’s look ahead by strategizing on how we can build on the lessons we learned in the past 2 years.
VolunteerPro | Tobi Johnson & Associates has opened their annual global “state of the industry” survey and we’d like to get some association voices in the mix. This year’s survey will dig deeper into key themes so don’t miss out!
In our first post, we introduced a way to shift your volunteer training to one that focuses on the person not the position. Our second post talked about how to build a volunteer matrix based on the 5 basic learning and development levels.
In the last post, we gave you an overview of how the volunteer learning journey concept was developed as well as how it can help your volunteers take charge of their training thus leading to more qualified volunteer leaders.
Our volunteers are motivated. There’s no question there. They begin their volunteer journey enthusiastic, energized, elated to be involved in something they truly believe in.
Mariner Management & Marketing is your partner in helping association volunteers and staff create the greatest possible value for your members and in ensuring the long term health and growth of your association.