Experiential learning teaches us to apply knowledge from doing. It forces us to experiment until we get things right.
In business, it’s all about acquiring and keeping customers. In nonprofits, it’s all about acquiring and keeping donors while using volunteers.
Here’s the thing. I think we must stop telling volunteers that “helping people” will make them feel good.
One thing I realized in all these years, is that leaders of volunteers are never, ever idle. We are always …
We, leaders of volunteers (#LoVols) have shared experiences, shared hopes, shared challenges and a shared future. We are a family, …
Episode 4 featuring Sam Clift, the volunteer resource manager at London Transport Museum talks initiating positive change.
. As a unique profession, we should be proud of who we are and have some lighthearted fun.
What can we learn from a volunteer turned activist turned founder of her own non-profit organization? Turns out, a heck of a lot.