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110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
110511 gbta   volunteer victories
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110511 gbta volunteer victories

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How to recruit, retain, and maintain volutneers for your association.

How to recruit, retain, and maintain volutneers for your association.

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  • 1. 11 Volunteer Victories: Chapter Leaders Recruitment & Retaining of Volunteers Holly Duckworth, CAE, CMP Facilitator Leadership Solutions
  • 2. 2 • Address benefits of volunteering for GBTA • What makes a good volunteer? • Volunteers vs. Employees • How many people do we need? Delegation • 10 Tips for volunteers • Succession planning • Volunteer appreciation • Questions/concerns you may have Intentions for our time together:
  • 3. 3 Technology Zone: Twitter @hduckworth www.Facebook/leadershipsolutionsinternational www.leadsolintl.com Use this as a place to learn and grow.
  • 4. 4 The dating game:
  • 5. 5 What are the benefits of volunteering?
  • 6. 6 hours Americans gave in volunteer service What is the number of hours Americans gave in volunteer service in 2010, according to Volunteering in Americarding to Volunteering in America A. 8 Billon hours B. 1 Trillion hours C. 50 Million hours D. 5 Billion hours @hduckworth
  • 7. 7 • Greater impact to your vision mission • Save organization time • Increase organizations revenues Why use Volunteers?
  • 8. 8
  • 9. 9 What traits do you want in a volunteer?
  • 10. 10 • It’s more than the difference between simply a pay check and no pay check. • Understand Motivations of the person – Learn a skill – Share a skill – Remember with volunteers they have a choice and 100’s of other organizations would love to have the same people – With Volunteers it is all personal and passion Volunteer vs. Employee
  • 11. 11
  • 12. 12 • Honest – How much time does it really take? – What times of the year are busy on this committee? • Authentic • Job Description – Specific Start Date/time – Specific End Date /time • Delegation • Let them own it • Follow Up • Appreciation How many people do we need? How do we Recruit Volunteers?
  • 13. 1414 Volunteers need to know they are part of something bigger
  • 14. 15
  • 15. 16 • Give them ownership • Give them something meaningful to do • Demonstrate for them how what they do makes a difference to the organization • Make it easy to volunteer • Keep task sizes manageable • Have regular committee meetings How do we work to retain Volunteers?
  • 16. 17 Next Generation Volunteers
  • 17. 18 • Demonstrate benefits of volunteering Networking Education Team work, common vision • Appreciation – When possible customized to the individual – Thank you note (private) – Thank you certificate (public) How do we maintain a healthy volunteer base?
  • 18. 19
  • 19. 20 10 Tips on Volunteerism • Work on a cause that means something to you • Consider sills you have to offer • Do you want to learn something new • Combine goals • Don’t over commit • Be prepare for application/approval process • Think family • I never thought of that • Volunteerism gives voice to your heart
  • 20. 21 • Volunteer Fair • Virtual Volunteerism • Job board • Volunteer Manager – Use of President Elect, to recruit to their team – Track skills of your members • Offer Leadership Training • Tell your own Testimonials about why and how you volunteer (web, newsletter, in person) Recruitment Ideas:
  • 21. 23 • You should start working yourself out of a volunteer job the day you accept it • Build bench strength with committees, co-chairs, and ad hoc volunteers Succession Planning
  • 22. 24 “I don't know what your destiny will be, but one thing I do know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” –Dr. Albert Schweitzer
  • 23. 25 • Address benefits of volunteering for BCA • What makes a good volunteer? • Volunteers vs. Employees • How many people do we need? Delegation • 10 Tips for volunteers • Succession planning • Volunteer appreciation • Questions/concerns you may have Intentions for our time together:
  • 24. 26 Questions…. Thank You!

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