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The New Breed

The New Breed Author Jonathan McKee
ISBN-10 0764486195
Release 2012
Pages 278
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Across the country, volunteer ranks continue to grow, but people are volunteering differently. They're working online, seeking flexible schedules, and pursuing a role in defining how projects should be completed. They want to feel a sense of responsibility for your organization's overall mission. Put simply, these volunteers don't want to simply make a contribution; they want to make a difference! Help to recruit, manage, and lead the new breed of volunteers. Authors guide you to a clearer understanding of what today's volunteers look like, how they want to get involved, and how you can most effectively attract, train, and unleash them within your organization.



The New Breed

The New Breed Author Jonathan Ray McKee
ISBN-10 0764435647
Release 2008
Pages 174
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Adapt to the changing world of volunteer management. More than ever, today's volunteers work online, need flexible hours, and want to play a role in defining their jobs. They also want to feel a sense of responsibility for your organization's overall mission. Harness this passion and potential--with results that uplift your goals and enable your volunteers. Includes: A profile of the 21st century volunteer. The seven deadly sins of recruiting volunteers. Framing your recruitment message to Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y. The three levels of motivation. The six rules of empowerment. Tons of resources! You get ministry job descriptions, applications, and interview questions; activities, icebreakers, and team-builders for volunteer meetings; community-building activities; tips for board retreats and planning sessions; and more!



365 Ideas for Recruiting Retaining Motivating and Rewarding Your Volunteers

365 Ideas for Recruiting  Retaining  Motivating and Rewarding Your Volunteers Author Sunny Fader
ISBN-10 9781620230749
Release 2017-01-17
Pages 316
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This book will help you develop a dynamic, motivated, reliable team of volunteers for your nonprofit organization. Included in this updated version are new statistics for research regarding volunteers, as well as more discussion on the topic of social media and technology in today’s modern world.



Volunteers

Volunteers Author Helen Little
ISBN-10 1928892019
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 117
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An essential guide for volunteer leaders and staff of professional, trade and charitable organizations. Outlines 12 basic needs of volunteers in membership associations and clearly explains how to meet those needs. Rich with examples and useful tools, this book is a quick read that you will reference again and again.



Connect

Connect Author Nelson Searcy
ISBN-10 9781441240026
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 240
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What if your church had more volunteers than you knew what to do with? Sound far-fetched? It doesn't have to be. Now consultant, pastor, and author Nelson Searcy unveils his secret to doubling your volunteer base in as little as one day. Yes, you read that right. This step-by-step guide shows church leaders how to create a culture that attracts, keeps, and grows volunteers. Taking a comprehensive approach to the often frustrating issue of finding and retaining volunteers, Connect gives leaders the practical insight and tools they need to effectively involve people in serving the local church. It details how to help people see the importance of serving, how to continually raise up new volunteers, how to really delegate, and even how to "fire" a volunteer. Every church leader who has struggled with getting and keeping people active in the church (and that's all of them) will love the practical, workable strategies found here.



Essential Volunteer Management

Essential Volunteer Management Author Steve McCurley
ISBN-10 1900360187
Release 1998
Pages 221
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This handbook covers an introduction to volunteer management, planning for a volunteer programme, creating motivating volunteer jobs, recruitment, screening and interviewing, orientation and training, supervision, and volunteer and staff relations.



Volunteer Management

Volunteer Management Author Steve McCurley
ISBN-10 OCLC:695295897
Release 2011
Pages 418
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Volunteer Management has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Volunteer Management also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Volunteer Management book for free.



The Volunteer Church

The Volunteer Church Author Leith Anderson
ISBN-10 9780310519164
Release 2015-08-04
Pages 160
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Working with volunteers can be a rewarding and exciting experience—for them as well as for those who recruit, train, and maintain their services. However, if church leaders are honest, they know there are times that it can be frustrating. They know that volunteers are essential, vital to creating growth and new ministries, and are the key to introducing youth and children to Jesus Christ. They have the welcoming smiles at the door, they serve the food, pray for needs, stuff bulletins, organize missions trips, and on and on. If they want to see their church grow, it must be a volunteering church, a church that runs on volunteers. The Volunteer Church was developed out of the ministry of Leith Anderson at Wooddale Church in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, where a vital and vibrant volunteer program boasting 4,000 participants grew under the leadership of Jill Fox. The principles and training have been applied in churches of all sizes and denominations in seminar settings across the country as well as at Wooddale Church. In The Volunteer Church, leaders will Learn how to effectively recruit and train volunteers Discover how to build sustainable, long-lasting ministries led by volunteers Find methods for encouraging and maintaining your volunteers for success Know how to build teams of volunteers Understand how to find the right service that fits a willing volunteer If you lead a church and are exhausted by the lack of volunteer help, or if you are a volunteer and dream of adding numbers to your team, this book is for you. If you are on a church staff and know that a new ministry is needed but volunteers and training are required to make it happen, here you will find the resources to recruit, inspire, train, and maintain the church’s most vital workforce.



The Complete Idiot s Guide to Recruiting and Managing Volunteers

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Recruiting and Managing Volunteers Author John L. Lipp
ISBN-10 1592579353
Release 2009
Pages 284
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An expert in the field provides step-by-step advice and explains how to manage and retain volunteers, including information on how to recruit workers, balance paid workers and volunteers, and create useful and workable schedules. Original.



Volunteers Wanted

Volunteers Wanted Author Jo Bryan Rusin
ISBN-10 0966517520
Release 1999
Pages 132
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A most for any person or organization dealing with volunteers. Rusin addresses the priceless resource, what do volunteers cost & what do you want them to do -- why do they sign up and how to keep them, show appreciation, and even how to Fire a volunteer.



The Volunteer Revolution

The Volunteer Revolution Author Bill Hybels
ISBN-10 9780310566038
Release 2009-05-18
Pages 144
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Pastor Bill Hybels believes that there is a new reality in America. The church has entered an era of growth and unprecedented spiritual opportunity to share the Gospel, yet at the same time we face a shrinking economy and a world in crisis. This poses a great resource challenge for the church. In order to reach out to people who are spiritually hungry, the church needs more people to be equipped to serve others. Hybels passionately believes the key to the future of the church is the equation "X (paid staff) + Y (volunteers) = Z (bearing much fruit for God’s glory)." Churches cannot afford to continue hiring more and more staff with limited budgets. The key to resourcing the church is what Hybels calls "the Y factor." The Y factor is the pool of volunteers in every church. The great need of the church is to grow the church’s volunteer base through the equipping ministry of church staffs. As churches recover the message of Ephesians 4:11-12 to "equip God’s people for works of service" they will launch a Volunteer Revolution. People are just waiting to discover the gifts and passions that God has given them to serve others and then be invited to use those gifts and passions through the local church in order to advance the kingdom of God on Earth. Hybels believes that every church staff should be helping people discover their spiritual gifts, passions and place of service in order to meet the growing needs in our churches and world. Hybels makes a clarion call to move beyond volunteer retention to volunteer acquisition. By attracting, connecting, training, and sustaining volunteers, churches will mobilize people into places of service that will bring new meaning to their lives and understand why God put them on planet Earth. Hybels also outlines how we can build lifelong volunteers in the church through community, celebration, and commendation.



The Volunteer Management Handbook

The Volunteer Management Handbook Author Tracy D. Connors
ISBN-10 9780470604533
Release 2011-11
Pages 436
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Completely revised and expanded, the ultimate guide to starting—and keeping—an active and effective volunteer program Drawing on the experience and expertise of recognized authorities on nonprofit organizations, The Volunteer Management Handbook, Second Edition is the only guide you need for establishing and maintaining an active and effective volunteer program. Written by nonprofit leader Tracy Connors, this handy reference offers practical guidance on such essential issues as motivating people to volunteer their time and services, recruitment, and more. Up-to-date and practical, this is the essential guide to managing your nonprofit's most important resource: its volunteers. Now covers volunteer demographics, volunteer program leaders and managers, policy making and implementation, planning and staff analysis, recruiting, interviewing and screening volunteers, orienting and training volunteers, and much more Up-to-date, practical guidance for the major areas of volunteer leadership and management Explores volunteers and the law: liabilities, immunities, and responsibilities Designed to help nonprofit organizations survive and thrive, The Volunteer Management Handbook, Second Edition is an indispensable reference that is unsurpassed in both the breadth and depth of its coverage.



The Help I don t have enough time guide to volunteer management

The  Help   I don t have enough time guide to volunteer management Author Katherine Noyes Campbell
ISBN-10 0940576163
Release 1995
Pages 117
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Shows how to organize and build a "volunteer management team" and effectively accomplish the goals of a volunteer program.



Engaging the Head Heart and Hands of a Volunteer

Engaging the Head  Heart and Hands of a Volunteer Author Barry Altland
ISBN-10 161493357X
Release 2015-06-04
Pages 200
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Are you a volunteer? A leader of volunteers? A leader in any capacity? This book is for you! Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer Is quite possibly the only book of its kind dedicated to Equipping, Guiding, Supporting and Inspiring the people of who choose to serve as volunteers. IF YOU ARE INVOLVED OR HAVE INFLUENCE IN VOLUNTEER-SUPPORTED ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS: Community/Civic Youth Professional Environmental Faith-Based Athletics Education- Based Corporate Social Responsibility and more! Social Impact Healthcare Emergency Response The tips and techniques shared in this book will help you create an enriching, fulfilling and sustainable service experience that will keep volunteers coming back and serving with passion!



Connect

Connect Author Jonathan McKee
ISBN-10 9780310287773
Release 2009
Pages 228
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With all their social networks and virtual communities, you d think your students are well connected. But they re still feeling alone and isolated. Whether you re a volunteer youth worker or the lead youth pastor, getting some students to open up and share their lives can be a challenge. Here you ll get the practical tools needed to help you engage students in meaningful, one-on-one dialogue to impact their lives beyond the youth room and into adulthood."



Leading from the Second Chair

Leading from the Second Chair Author Mike Bonem
ISBN-10 9781118429556
Release 2012-06-22
Pages 208
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LEADING FROM THE SECOND CHAIR will raise awareness of the need for strong leaders in secondary positions. It will describe the value they can bring to their organization and to primary leaders when they are serving at their full potential. It will reshape the way they view their role, with an emphasis on their own responsibility as leaders. It recognizes the unique challenges and frustrations of serving in a subordinate position and equips these leaders with the attitudes and skills that they will need to survive and thrive in this new paradigm. Because of the scarcity of resources for second chair leaders, particularly those in the church, this book will offer a practical way to improve the performance of any organization. Leading Congregational Change discussed the importance of a "vision community"--a diverse group of key members who discern and implement the vision for a congregation--to guide the transformation of a church. This work will extend the theme of an empowered leadership team as we explore how individual clergy and laity can lead effectively.



The Volunteer Project

The Volunteer Project Author Darren Kizer
ISBN-10 0996228705
Release 2015-04-06
Pages 172
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As a church or nonprofit leader who relies on volunteer teams to get the job done each week, you know how difficult it can be to keep all of your volunteer roles filled. You feel overworked and understaffed, with a budget smaller than your vision. Sometimes your ministry can feel like it has a revolving door, simultaneously bringing in new volunteers as current ones leave. The cycle of volunteer recruitment and turnover can be overwhelming, leading to frustration and distracting from the mission. In The Volunteer Project, we will introduce you to 4 Strategies that, when applied, will launch your church or nonprofit ministry into what we call a zero recruitment model of volunteerism. Formulated from the authors' research, combined 50+ years of experience in leading volunteer teams, and the feedback of hundreds of volunteers, these 4 Strategies are designed to provide individuals with such satisfying volunteer experiences that they are motivated to continue volunteering, and even invite their friends to join them. Packed with comprehensive research, an online assessment tool for measuring volunteer satisfaction, and real-life stories, The Volunteer Project is designed to help you stop recruiting and start retaining.