A Little Handbook for Volunteers: Lessons I Learned from Sister Gwendolyn is based on the wisdom Dr. Freund has gained from more than 30 years working on volunteer boards. Through a series of cases, she explains the ten most important lessons she has learned as a board member and from her beloved mentor, Sister Gwendolyn ? from the failure of a board to define its purpose to resolving conflicts among its members. The book was inspired by many frustrated volunteers who want to contribute their time and energy to a cause they believe in but find the politics and dysfunction of boards more than they can handle. If you've ever asked, qWhat did I get myself into? Or qAre we having fun yet?q then you need to read this Little Handbook for Volunteers. Dr. Freund includes many qhow toq suggestions and problem-solving strategies for volunteer boards in dire need of hearing her important message: Run your volunteer boards the right way or risk losing the gifts they bring. Anyone considering volunteering for a board or currently serving on one will benefit from Dr. Freund's experience, sense of humor, and advice.For detailed descriptions of these ideas, visit the Baudville Recognition Resource Center at www.baudville.com. Table 12. Ideas for ... Apply for the Presidenta#39;s Volunteer Service Award 13. Recognize Length of Service 14. Create a Volunteer of the Year Award 15. Present ... Present a Client-Nominated Award 20 . Give aanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Little Handbook for Volunteers|
|Author||:||Dr. Annette S. Freund|
|Publisher||:||Author House - 2014-10-08|