Volunteer and Board Member Cultivation


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Don’t delegate and forget
Don’t delegate and forget Fri, Apr 27, 2012 Delegating and forgetting is a recipe for disaster. Read More

Why don’t your board members do what you want them to do?
Why don’t your board members do what you want them to do? Mon, Feb 27, 2012 To get a certain job done you’ve got to go to the people who can accomplish the results you are looking for. Don’t assume you know who that is. Read More

How to maximize your nonprofit’s performance
How to maximize your nonprofit’s performance Fri, Jan 27, 2012 You are competing for volunteers and dollars. The top quality experience you provide will elevate your organization above the others. Read More

Are you asking or telling your board members what to do?
Are you asking or telling your board members what to do? Sun, Nov 27, 2011 Taking out the trash was a necessity, but I would have felt better about doing it if I had just been asked nicely. Read More

The many benefits of effective nonprofit communications
The many benefits of effective nonprofit communications Fri, Aug 26, 2011 Creating an opportunity for communication often will produce the desired result. Read More

Lessons for nonprofit leaders from a pro-football Hall of Famer
Lessons for nonprofit leaders from a pro-football Hall of Famer Wed, Jul 27, 2011 The game plan used by Les Richter is a good one to follow for nonprofit leaders dealing with today’s tough challenges. Read More

Want to keep your best volunteers? Here’s how!
Want to keep your best volunteers? Here’s how! Sat, Apr 30, 2011 Finding each volunteer’s personal connection and meeting the related personal need will help you keep them. Read More

Recruiting nonprofit board members: What gets them to “YES”?
Recruiting nonprofit board members: What gets them to “YES”? Tue, Oct 27, 2009 Just having a good cause is not a persuasive enough selling point to garner a ‘yes’ response. Read More

How to utilize events to re-activate members and volunteers
How to utilize events to re-activate members and volunteers Sun, Sep 27, 2009 Another way to take full advantage of your events is to use them as a re-activation tool for inactive members and volunteers. Read More

The value of volunteer development
The value of volunteer development Wed, Aug 26, 2009 Businesses becoming more involved with employee volunteer programs, and organizations like United Way work to help facilitate that interest. Read More

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