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Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
Volunteer Asset In The Uncertain Economy
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  • 1. The Volunteer Asset in an Uncertain Economy Denver DOVIA – Advanced Practitioners Symposium May 27, 2009 & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 2. Challenging Times Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 3. Trends and Issues The Impact on Economy Nonprofits Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 4. Trends and The Good Issues The Bad The Ugly Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 5. Headlines Tell the Story Bay Area Nonprofits Brace for 2010 Armageddon Minnesota Nonprofits Slash Staff and Budgets Charities Scramble as Donations Fall New Poor Overwhelm Nonprofits & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 6. & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 7. The Bad – But Not Worse – News Foundation Giving Corporate Philanthropy Individual Gifts Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 8. There is Good News Flicker: RR and Camera & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 9. Giving Back Flickr: Strevo & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 10. & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 11. Retirement Postponed Flickr: eren erdo gan & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 12. Disconnect in the Staff-Driven Model Flickr: bondidwhat & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 13. The Obama Factor Flicker: jurvetson & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 14. Serve America Act The Serve America Act is about “connecting deeds to needs.” President Barack Obama M. T. Harmon Office of Public Affairs & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 15. Expand Corporation for National and Community Service Engage Retiring Americans in Service on a Large Scale Expand the Peace Corps Expand Service Learning in High Schools and Colleges & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 16. ―A social revolution – possibly as important as the one led by Boomers in the 1960s – will occur if nonprofits strategically engage Boomers in high- impact collaborations that build a nonprofit’s capacity to fulfill its vision and mission… Boomers will lead the way to a new era.‖ — Page 18 Chapter 1 Understanding the World of Boomers Flickr: aussiegal & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 17. Trends and Issues Time Collaboration Technology Generational Results Culture Shift Shift Focused Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 18. Everyone is bowling alone Flickr: Theorris & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 19. Flickr: scooterroo2002 Boomers and the generations that follow Source: Business’s Social Contract: Capturing the Corporate Philanthropy Opportunity, Committee Encouraging Corporate & ASSOCIATES © 2009 Philanthropy, based on research by McKinsey & Company
  • 20. ―It takes more than a few new strategies and examples to engage Boomers as volunteers. It takes reimagining the role of volunteers in an organization and the possible results of involving volunteers in every aspect of operations.‖ — Page 22 Chapter 1 Understanding the World of Boomers Flickr: sean dreilinger & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 21. Imagine a world in which your nonprofit organization has all the resources it needs to: Deliver Serve more Strengthen more clients its staff programs Spread your Increase message financial more widely stability — Page 9 Chapter 1 Understanding the World of Boomers & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 22. Foundation Community Capacity building and building abundance Skills based Strategic and and impactful critical Collaborative Flickr: pshutterbug & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 23. Boomer Savvy Organizations Mandate from the top; cultivate from within Authentic volunteer leadership Career paths for volunteer talent Culture of innovation and flexibility Embrace collaboration as a way of doing business & ASSOCIATES © 2009 Flickr: lindsey_lissau
  • 24. Don’t do it. Get it done. & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 25. Changing the Volunteer Management Paradigm Volunteer Volunteer Management Engagement & ASSOCIATES © lumaxart Flickr: 2009
  • 26. A New Pardigm Management Engagement Recruitment Cultivation and Networking Placement Negotiation and Agreement Supervision Support & ASSOCIATES © lumaxart Flickr: 2009
  • 27. A New Pardigm Management Engagement Review Measurement Recognition Acknowledgment Retention Sustainability & ASSOCIATES © lumaxart Flickr: 2009
  • 28. Transitions • Recognize, honor, and be done with the past Letting Go • Sadness, grieving, feeling overwhelmed, and fear • Experiment and innovate Neutral • Chaotic, exciting, uncomfortable, nerve-wracking • Group recognizes what worked and what didn’t Assessment • Group commits to implementation plans • Change happens! Change Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change, by William Bridges & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 29. The Tipping Point Mavens Connectors Salespeople Stickiness Context Factor Matters The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell Flickr: your mistakes are your style & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 30. 21st Century Strategies Community Capacity Building Building Asset-based Community Social Development Entrepreneurship (ABCD) Flicker: voj & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 31. Leadership • Motivating teams • Executing the right things • Focusing on organizational vision Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 32. Entrepreneurship •Envisioning possibilities •Founding initiatives •Changing norms Flickr: Hopkinsii & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 33. Capacity Builders Mission Programs Management Financial Administrative Governance Resources Resources Volunteers Flickr: petersetevens & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 34. Hallmarks of Performance Organizational Financial Effectiveness Stability Program Quality and Growth Flickr: petersetevens & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 35. Steps to Volunteer Engagement Capacity Building Using Critical Intervention Points • Understanding • Mapping the Boomers initiative • Assessment • Creating • Building the case opportunities Flickr: Chewy Chua & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 36. Steps to Volunteer Engagement Designing Agreement and Powerful Support Engagement • Cultivation and • Creating the networking collaboration • Interviewing and • Nurturing the vetting relationship Flickr: Chewy Chua & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 37. New Staff Roles Flickr: thinkpanama & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 38. Communication •Articulate engagement •Facilitate agreements •Negotiate outcomes Flickr: thinkpanama & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 39. Actions • Create inviting work environments • Prioritize volunteer efforts • Vet for skills and interests • Convene and launch teams • Collaborate for results Flickr: thinkpanama & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 40. Results • Cultivate volunteer leaders • Build individual capacity • Increase human and financial resources Flickr: thinkpanama & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 41. Circles of Influence Flickr: Pranav Singh & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 42. Community of Action Flickr:matt mcgee & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 43. Community of Action Definition: A collaborative group whose members align around a shared purpose, and who take action toward specific goals through broad participation and mutual accountability. The opportunity in a Community of Action is to enlist volunteers and stakeholders as co-producers and co-creators. Adapted from Terms of Engagement by Richard Axelrod A Community of Action is a vehicle to help volunteers move toward achieving strategic goals. Flickr:matt mcgee & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 44. Self Directed Teams Identify scope Develop and lead the team Generate solutions Build capacity Evaluate results & ASSOCIATES © 2009 Flickr: llawliet
  • 45. Characteristics of Self-Directed Teams Shared Collaborative Community Workload Governance Identity Alignment Evaluation Flickr: BAIA & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 46. Sustaining Self-Directed Teams Communication Training Resources Quality Evaluation Improvement Flickr: BAIA & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 47. The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating. The paths are not to be found, but made, and the activity of making them changes both the maker and the destination. Flickr: gigi62 John Schaar & ASSOCIATES © 2009
  • 48. Thank You! Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud. --Helen Dyer & ASSOCIATES © 2009

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