Tips and Tools
- From The Commissioner
- Magnetic, Or True North? (Fall 2012)
- Recruiting New-Unit Commissioners (Winter 2013)
- Successful Recruitment is More Than An Ask (Spring 2014)
- The Need to Recruit Hasn’t Changed – Or Has It? (Winter 2015)
- Recruiting Magic: Passion and Potential (Winter 2016)
- Recognition Changes Support Recruiting (Spring 2016)
- What Makes a Great Commissioner? (Fall 2016)
- How Do I Build My Team? (Fall 2016)
- It All Begins With a Vision (Winter 2017)
- Recruiting Commissioners: Work The Plan (Spring 2017)
- Recruitment and Retention: Bridging the Gap (Fall 2017)
- Recruiting Volunteers and New Leaders (Spring 2018)
- Recruiting & Allocating Enough Commissioners For New Units (Fall 2018)
- Allocating Available Resources (Winter 2019)
- Casting a Wider Net (Summer 2019)
- Why We Do What We Do (Fall 2019)
- The New Breed: Understanding and Equipping the 21st Century Volunteer by Jonathan McKee, Thomas McKee, Group Publishing
“The world of volunteers has changed. But have you changed, too?
Across the country, volunteer ranks continue to grow, but people volunteer differently. They’re working online, seeking flexible schedules, and pursuing a role in defining how projects should be completed. They want to feel a sense of responsibility for your organization’s overall mission.
Put simply, these volunteers don’t want to simply make a contribution; they want to make a difference!
Jonathan McKee and Thomas McKee have tapped into their decades of experience with the simple goal of helping you recruit, manage, and lead the new breed of volunteers. They’ll guide you to a clearer understanding of what today’s volunteers look like, how they want to get involved, and how you can most effectively attract, train, and unleash them in your organization.
You’ll also discover a bounty of helpful resources to assist you….
The 21st century calls for a new system and for a greatly expanded definition of what it means to be a volunteer. If you can harness this passion and potential, you’ll experience results that will reward both your organization and your volunteers.” LINK