Volunteer Management – Recruitment, Retention, RecognitionPresented by: TRAICON
Category: Other Event
Date: June 1, 2023 – June 1, 2023
Time: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Address: 100 Portsmouth Ave, Kingston, Ontario K7L5A6
Volunteer management is about ensuring that the organization benefits as much as possible from volunteer involvement and that the volunteer benefits by being part of it.
Management, in general, can be described as making the most effective and efficient use of resources in order to achieve your goals.
Introduction to Volunteer Management
Each volunteer-involving organization should aim to have a volunteer management program suitable to its own needs. Learn how to make a program that is detailed enough to explain why volunteers are involved and how tasks are managed within your organization.
• Valuing the Role of Volunteers
• Defining Rules and Expectations
• Developing Volunteer Management Skills
Attracting and Recruiting Volunteers
Volunteers are an incredible resource for nonprofits. Often, they are the main workforce driving nonprofit events and programs.
A volunteer recruitment strategy plays the crucial role of tying together all of your outreach and marketing efforts for upcoming projects. With a top-down plan for attracting and securing the support of volunteers, you’ll save your team’s time and ultimately build a more impactful program.
• Creating Clear Assignments
• Developing a Recruitment Strategy
• Volunteer Selection Process
Support and Supervision
A good volunteer coordinator knows that supervision fosters volunteer satisfaction and improves retention rates. By providing the necessary training, support and follow-up, your organization will equip volunteers to accomplish their tasks more effectively and independently.
• Orientation and Training
• Team Building
• Dealing with Problems
• Evaluation and Feedback
Volunteer Management Plan Guideline – creating a strategic volunteer management plan can help your organization to fulfill and drive your mission. Allow your organization to build engagement into your plan, understand the needs of your volunteers, look for trends and optimization opportunities in your volunteer data, and recruit with intent.
WORKBOOK – LUNCH – REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED