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Do Your Volunteers Feel Appreciated?

Welcome to Hardy Smith’s blog, where he shares experience and insight learned through decades in the corporate world and advocating on behalf of nonprofits and associations across America.

Hardy’s mission is to help maximize the performance of nonprofits and associations and their essential leadership teams.

If you’re seeking to triumph over communication challenges, bring meaningful and manageable solutions to, and realize measurable results of your organization, this blog will give you more than ideas — it will maximize your team’s performance like never before.

Do Your Volunteers Feel Appreciated?

Individuals’ reactions to recognition of their volunteer activity depends on characteristics associated with their personality types.
Different personalities naturally respond in different ways. Therefore, depending on the individual, your attempt to motivate could have the opposite effect.

Do Your Volunteers Feel Appreciated?

Individuals’ reactions to recognition of their volunteer activity depends on characteristics associated with their personality types.
Different personalities naturally respond in different ways. Therefore, depending on the individual, your attempt to motivate could have the opposite effect.