[RESOURCE] Volunteer Management: Developing Leaders

By Adam Froiran and Meg Davis

This is the final part from our manual on volunteer management.

In order to run your organization successfully, a core leadership group can have many advantages. Training volunteers and employees to develop strong leadership skills bolsters your organization’s opportunity for growth and sustainability.  Encouraging leadership at all levels of your organization allows for a greater sharing of responsibility and translates to work or projects being consistent, even if somebody has to drop out.


[RESOURCE] Managing Volunteers and Avoiding Burnout

By Josh Clarkson and Meg Davis

This is part four of our manual on volunteer management

It’s not easy to keep up motivation among volunteers, that’s why positive management is essential to making effective use of your organization’s volunteers. Some of the steps detailed below can also help to avoid volunteer burnout.