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Developing Strategic Volunteer Roles
the second webinar recording in KNN's Volunteer Management Initiative 9-part series
Designing strategic volunteer roles means crafting opportunities that leverage volunteer interests while also addressing real organizational needs. Conducting a needs assessment with others in the organization is one way to develop new, strategic roles while crafting comprehensive descriptions is important even for existing roles as they help to assess whether the role is, in fact strategic, and provides the foundation for recruiting, screening, accountability, and even recognition.
• Developing strategic volunteer roles
• Assessing organizational needs
• Case Studies
• Creating position descriptions
Downloadable Resource(s) Included:
• Assessment of Volunteer Engagement
About Our Presenter: Beth Steinhorn, President, VQ Volunteer Strategies
Beth partners with organizations and their leadership to increase their impact through strategic and innovative engagement. The author of multiple books and articles on strategic volunteer engagement, she is a popular speaker and trainer, known for her interactive and inspiring presentations. As a thought leader, Beth regularly participates in the national dialogue about volunteerism and engagement. Her consultations have included developing engagement strategies and trainings for Save the Children USA, American Red Cross, Special Olympics Southern California and Best Friends Animal Society. Prior to becoming a consultant, Beth worked as an executive director and marketing director with education and faith-based organizations and spent years working with museums as an educator, manager and anthropologist.