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The Model for Leading Volunteers that Makes a Difference

This article was originally featured on TobiJohnson.com Now, more than ever, volunteer administrators are called upon to strengthen their model for leading volunteers and others. The ability to inspire and influence — whether it be volunteers, community partners, executive management, or co-workers — is at the very core of the job and critical to success. Most information and training available for volunteer coordinators, however, focuses on developing management skills rather than strengthening leadership competencies. Fortunately, plenty of evidence exists about what makes a good leader. In fact, research shows leadership across the private, [...]

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among professionals who may not always get the support they need from within their organizations.”

Alana Knoppow, MSW, Hospice of Michigan & VolunteerPro Founding Member

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and your energy was infectious.“

Mary Eldred, Justice System Volunteer Program, Boulder County, Colorado

“Thanks again for the work that you’re doing for our profession and especially
for those of us who are immersed in the day-to-day of getting it all done.
You not only teach creating a welcoming environment, you model the behavior beautifully.”

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Laura Boogaert, Leader of Volunteers

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The timeliness of the topics could not be better! I am learning so many skills that are very applicable to my work!

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Volunteer Management News

The latest news and updates on new courses and content from from VolunteerPro.

Now Open: The 2019 Volunteer Management Progress Report Survey (November 4, 2018)

VolunteerPro Launches Its First Signature Online Course (September 21, 2018)

VolunteerPro Announces Partnership with Verified Volunteers (April 12, 2018)

VolunteerPro Announces Spring Volunteer Management Training Lineup (March 23, 2018)

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