A Little Handbook for Volunteers

A Little Handbook for Volunteers

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A Little Handbook for Volunteers: Lessons I Learned from Sister Gwendolyn is based on the wisdom Dr. Freund has gained from more than 30 years working on volunteer boards. Through a series of cases, she explains the ten most important lessons she has learned as a board member and from her beloved mentor, Sister Gwendolyn ? from the failure of a board to define its purpose to resolving conflicts among its members. The book was inspired by many frustrated volunteers who want to contribute their time and energy to a cause they believe in but find the politics and dysfunction of boards more than they can handle. If youa€™ve ever asked, a€œWhat did I get myself into? Or a€œAre we having fun yet?a€ then you need to read this Little Handbook for Volunteers. Dr. Freund includes many a€œhow toa€ suggestions and problem-solving strategies for volunteer boards in dire need of hearing her important message: Run your volunteer boards the right way or risk losing the gifts they bring. Anyone considering volunteering for a board or currently serving on one will benefit from Dr. Freunda€™s experience, sense of humor, and advice.Present Certificate Awards 16.Create a PeerNominated Award 17.Give a. Table 12. ... Service Award 13. Recognize Length ofService 14.Create a Volunteerofthe YearAward Meeting Agenda Template Team Name Date: Time: Meeting called by:

Title:A Little Handbook for Volunteers
Author:Dr. Annette S. Freund
Publisher:AuthorHouse - 2014-10-08


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