Volunteerism for life

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This presentation was developed for the North Central SHRM Student Games. It is helpful for anyone who wants to consider volunteering as way to gain valuable skills that could be helpful for …

This presentation was developed for the North Central SHRM Student Games. It is helpful for anyone who wants to consider volunteering as way to gain valuable skills that could be helpful for professional development.

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  • 1. VOLUNTEERISM FOR LIFE: MAKING A DIFFERENCE WHILE BUILDING A VALUABLE SKILL SET   BY DONNA ROGERS, SPHR ILSHRM DIRECTOR 2011-2012 UIS MANAGEMENT FACULTY HR CONSULTANT, ROGERS HR CONSULTING
  • 2. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
    • Leadership, organization, networking, public relations, management, fundraising, marketing and so much more are among the many skill sets that you can master as a volunteer. Regardless of your career choice, you have the ability to grow and develop in other areas that your current position does not always allow. Volunteering on a personal or professional basis can open doors for you that you can't even begin to imagine. Hear the personal story of the current IL SHRM Director and how her volunteer positions have helped increase her knowledge, skills, abilities, network and even her own pocket book as she has moved up through the ranks as a SHRM volunteer. You too can learn how to make a difference in other's lives while building value in your own.
  • 3. YOUR FACILITATORS ROLES College of Business & Management Instructor www.uis.edu State Director www.ilshrm.org Owner/Consultant www.rogershr.com
  • 4. RHRC CLIENTS Springfield Area Home Builders Association Simplex Inc. Kankakee Convention & Visitors Bureau Performance Learning Solutions (PLS ) Pacific Management Inc. Adecco Borden Chemical Bansal Occupational Services Central IL Food Bank
  • 5. INSPIRATION
    • "Everybody can be great because everybody can serve."
    • — Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mtxx7DufUvM&feature=player_embedded#at=79
  • 6. COMPETENCIES I WANT TO BUILD
  • 7. BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING
  • 8. VALUING VOLUNTEERISM
    • 78 per cent of managers are actively involved in some form of voluntary activity.
    • 79 per cent of managers cited the desire “to give something back” and “to improve things, help people” as the key reasons for volunteering.
    • 23% meeting new people and building networks
    • 16% learning new skills
    • 12% as a route to professional development
    • Nearly 60% of employers agree that local voluntary projects can be an
    • 39% effective method in developing management skills
    Valuing Volunteering A route to professional development: Views from VSO volunteers and managers January 2006 By Petra Cook and Nicky Jackson
  • 9. 3 REASONS WHY PEOPLE VOLUNTEER
    • Learn
    • Network
    • Fun
  • 10. SKILLS YOU COULD LEARN
    • Leadership
    • Organization
    • Networking
    • Public relations
    • Management
    • Fundraising
    • Marketing
  • 11. VOLUNTEERING OPENS DOORS
    • Better Jobs
    • Career Changes
    • Business
    • Friends
  • 12. GO NORTH CENTRAL!
  • 13. ©SHRM 2007 Volunteer Leadership Structure SHRM ® Board Regional Councils State Councils Local Chapters Staff Support
    • Special Expertise Panels
    • Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability
    • Employee Health, Safety & Security
    • Employee Relations
    • Ethics
    • Global
    • HR Consulting/Outsourcing
    • Human Capital Measurement/ HR Metrics
    • Labor Relations
    • Organizational Development
    • Staffing Management
    • Technology & HR Management
    • Total Rewards/Comp & Benefits
    • Workplace Diversity
    Governance Committee* Membership Advisory Council Members *Governance Committee approves appointment of members to special expertise panels. As of February, 2008
  • 14. MY STORY
    • CIC-SHRM
    • Public Relations/Publicity Chair
    • Legislative Chair
    • Vice President/Programs Chair
    • President-Elect/SHRM Foundation Chair
    • President
    • Immediate Past President/SHRM Foundation Chair
    • Chapter Librarian
    • ISC-SHRM
    • Conference Co-Chair
    • Conference Chair
    • Diversity Director
    • Director-Elect/SHRM Foundation Chair
    • Director
  • 15. ©SHRM 2007 Volunteer Leadership Structure SHRM ® Board Regional Councils State Councils Local Chapters Staff Support
    • Special Expertise Panels
    • Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability
    • Employee Health, Safety & Security
    • Employee Relations
    • Ethics
    • Global
    • HR Consulting/Outsourcing
    • Human Capital Measurement/ HR Metrics
    • Labor Relations
    • Organizational Development
    • Staffing Management
    • Technology & HR Management
    • Total Rewards/Comp & Benefits
    • Workplace Diversity
    Governance Committee* Membership Advisory Council Members *Governance Committee approves appointment of members to special expertise panels. As of February, 2008
  • 16. LEAVE A LEGACY-SET GOALS FOR YOUR ROLE
    • 100% Chapters sign ESGR Statement of Support
    • Build SHRM Affiliate Chapters in Southern Part of State
    • Increase awareness of SHRM/ILSHRM resources legislators
    • Reach 1000 attendees at our Annual Conference
    • Reach 100 attendees at our Annual Legislative Conference
    • 100% Chapter participation in the Chapter Basket Raffle
    • Develop a formal Succession Plan
    • Finalize formal Strategic Plan for State Council
    • Finalize website update & add new features
    • Analyze financial situation – run council like a business
  • 17. STATE’S COMPETING TODAY
    • Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Ohio
    • Wisconsin
    • South Dakota
    • Michigan
  • 18. STATE COUNCIL VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
    • Leadership
    • Programming/Certification
    • Treasury/Finance
    • Administrative
    • Govt Affairs/Legal/Legislative
    • Diversity
    • Membership
    • Workforce Development
    • Technology/Website
    • Social Media
    • College Relations
    • Fundraising/Foundation Development
  • 19. ILLINOIS STATE COUNCIL HTTP:// ILSHRM.ORG/BOARD.PHP
    • Illinois
    • Ranked 31st for volunteer rate
    • Illinois has an average annual volunteer rate of 26.4%, with 2.6 million volunteers serving 318.9 million per year
  • 20. INDIANA STATE COUNCIL HTTP:// WWW.INDIANASHRM.ORG/NEWWEB/INBOARD.HTM
    • Indiana
    • Ranked 19th for volunteer rate
    • Indiana has an average annual volunteer rate of 29.9%, with 1.5 million volunteers serving 206.1 million per year
  • 21. OHIO STATE COUNCIL HTTP:// WWW.OHIOSHRM.ORG/COUNCIL-DIRECTORY.CFM
    • Ohio
    • Ranked 21st for volunteer rate
    • Ohio has an average annual volunteer rate of 29.6%, with 2.6 million volunteers serving 283.8 million per year
  • 22. WISCONSIN STATE COUNCIL HTTP:// WWW.WISHRM.ORG/COUNCILCORELEADERSHIP.ASPX
    • Wisconsin
    • Ranked 13th for volunteer rate
    • Wisconsin has an average annual volunteer rate of 33.5%, with 1.5 million volunteers serving 158.6 million per year
  • 23. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE COUNCIL HTTP://WWW.SD-SHRM.ORG /
    • South Dakota
    • Ranked 6th for volunteer rate
    • South Dakota has an average annual volunteer rate of 37.2%, with 228,000 volunteers serving 23.6 million per year
  • 24. MICHIGAN STATE COUNCIL HTTP:// MISHRM.ORG/INDEX.PHP
    • Michigan
    • Ranked 25th for volunteer rate
    • Michigan has an average annual volunteer rate of 29.1%, with 2.3 million volunteers serving 308.7 million per year
  • 25. SHRM VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY PAGE
    • Mentor
    • Mentee
    • Volunteer
  • 26. CHAPTER LEADER POSITIONS
    • General Board Member Responsibilities & Benefits of Being a Volunteer Certification Chair College Relations Chair Communications Director Community/External Relations Chair Conference Chair Diversity Director  Exhibitor Chair Hospitality Director  International Director  Legislative Representative  Marketing, Vice President
    • Membership, Vice President Membership Engagement & Retention Director  Membership Roster Chair Newsletter Chair  President Past President President-Elect Professional Development Chair Program Chair Secretary  SHRM Foundation Director Treasurer Web Master Workforce Readiness Advocate
  • 27. CORE LEADERSHIP AREAS
    • College Relations  
    • Diversity    
    • Government Affairs    
    • HR Certification Institute   
    • Membership  
    • SHRM Foundation    
    • Workforce Readiness 
  • 28. SHRM VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
    • HRGames
    • HRVoice
    • Legislative Opportunities
    • Local Chapter Volunteer Opportunities
    • SHRM Peer Review Program
    • SHRM Special Expertise Panels
    • SHRM Volunteer Media Resource
    • Speakers
    • White Paper Writer
    • Focus Groups
  • 29. SHRM EXPERTISE PANELS
    • Corporate Social Responsibility Employee Health, Safety & Security Employee Relations EthicsGlobalHuman Capital Measurement/ HR Metrics Labor Relations Organizational Development Technology & HR ManagementTotal Rewards/ Compensation & Benefits Workforce Staffing & Deployment Workplace Diversity
  • 30. VOLUNTEERISM TIPS
    • Preparation – Design the experience for learning, not just volunteering.
    • Instruction – Teach concepts that will be applied while volunteering.
    • Service – Offer tasks that enable the individual to apply the concepts being taught.
    • Reflection – Provide an opportunity to examine the meaning and knowledge gained from the experience.
    • Assessment – Collect data to determine satisfaction, what worked and what didn't work, any skills developed, etc.
    Giving Back Can Build Cultural Competence By Rebecca R. Hastings, SPHR 2/7/2011
  • 31. FEEL GOOD
    • findings of a UnitedHealthcare Survey released in April 2010.
    • The survey, conducted in February and March 2010 with 4,582 U.S. adults, found that 76 percent of the 1,889 workers who volunteered in 2009 felt better about their employers because of their organizations’ involvement in volunteer activities. Twenty-one percent of employees stated that they would not be a volunteer if it weren’t for their employer’s encouragement.
  • 32. YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ADVISORY BOARD
  • 33. SEEK OUT POSSIBILITIES
    • Human Resources Professional Associations and Organizations
    • Listings of Human Resources professional associations and Human Resource organizations. These associations cover the entire field of Human Resources and do not specialize.
    • SHRM
    • The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), founded in 1948, is the largest Human Resources industry professional association. SHRM represents more than 250,000 members in over 140 countries. At this writing, SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters in the United States and subsidiary offices in China and India.
    • Organizations for Consultants
    • Consultants who recognize the value of professionalism in the consulting profession participate in consulting associations. Organizations for consultants with professional standards, codes of ethics, conferences and regular meetings are recommended here.
  • 34. MORE POSSIBILITIES IN HR
    • American Council on International Personnel
    • The American Council on International Personnel (ACIP) is a leading voice and resource for employers working worldwide to advance employment-based immigration of highly educated professionals. Members are companies, universities, research institutions and organizations throughout the world striving to ensure compliance with immigration policies. New immigration section helps members import talent.
    • International Personnel Management Association
    • Not-for-profit, international association for public sector organizations and agencies in the human resources field. The organization is dedicated to promoting excellence, fairness, equity, research, and communication.
    • National Association of Personnel Services
    • A primary resource, since 1961, for companies in the staffing industry including temporary, direct hire, and contract organizations worldwide.
    • National Human Resources Association
    • Founded in 1951, this association, dedicated to advancing the field of Human Resources, has approximately 1500 members in a network of affiliates in major metropolitan areas.
    • Society for Human Resource Management
    • The Society for Human Resource Management is the premier association for members of the HR professional community. The site offers white papers on important topics, discussion, a searchable data base for jobs, and special privileges for members only.
    • The Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management
    • The HKIHRM is the major professional group in Hong Kong for HR managers and other interested parties. Its mission is to enhance professional standards, increase the influence of the profession, strengthen international relations, and serve members.
  • 35. QUESTIONS
    • And Answers!
  • 36. THANK YOU
    • @DonnaRogersHR
    • [email_address]
    • www.Rogershrwarrior.blogspot.com
  • 37. DR. SEUSS
    • You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any directions you choose.
    • Today is your day. Your mountain is waiting. So…..get on your way!
    • And will you succeed? Yes indeed, yes indeed! Ninety-eight and three-quarters percent guaranteed.