Over the next few weeks, we’ll be breaking down the best ways to build a culture that naturally builds leaders. Today, we’ll kick off the series with the idea of CELEBRATING FAILURE. Here’s how celebrating failures can help build a culture of leadership building in your organization.
We’re in the final week of our Back to Basics series here at Volunteer U, and today, we’re talking about using volunteers for their full potential. Mainly by turning volunteers into brand ambassadors. Fanatical volunteers not only serve your team with excitement but eventually, they turn into megaphones for your brand. These volunteers share their experiences with friends, family, and anyone who will listen.
The face of volunteering is changing. Volunteers are global, mobile and bring marketable skills to the brand. More and more, we are seeing volunteers donate specific skillsets like graphic design, business, law, medical, or photography to their favorite nonprofits. And they don’t even need to be in the same city to get the job done. Here are three tips to get the most out of the new remote volunteer trend.
Other than recruitment, retention is one of the biggest challenges volunteer managers say they find most overwhelming. And we get it. After all the work of finding and training team members, it can be disheartening to see them drop out. But there’s hope! Read on to see our top four tips on encouraging your team.