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The new breed : understanding and equipping the 21st century volunteer / Jonathan McKee, Thomas W. McKee.

By: McKee, Jonathan R. (Jonathan Ray) 1970-.
Contributor(s): McKee, Thomas W.
Loveland, CO : Group Publishing, 2012Edition: Second Edition.Description: vii, 278 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780764486197; 0764486195.Subject(s): VOLUNTEERS | VOLUNTEER TRAINING | VOLUNTEER PROGRAMMESDDC classification: 361.37
Contents:
The common predicament: Where it all begins -- Section one: The volunteer recruiter. Who is the new breed of volunteer? -- Recruiting the new breed of volunteers -- Finding the new breed of volunteers (and not scaring them away) -- Tapping into two new breeds of volunteers -- Section two: The volunteer manager. Motivating the new breed of volunteers -- Empowering volunteers to do it their way -- Using a new breed of technology -- Managing or canning high-maintenance volunteers -- Section three: The volunteer leader. Leading the successful volunteer organization -- Epilogue: A leadership case study -- Section four: Resources.
Summary: Across the country, volunteer ranks continue to grow, but people are volunteering 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! Help to recruit, manage, and lead the new breed of volunteers. Authors 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 within your organization.
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Previous edition, 2008.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 273-278).

The common predicament: Where it all begins -- Section one: The volunteer recruiter. Who is the new breed of volunteer? -- Recruiting the new breed of volunteers -- Finding the new breed of volunteers (and not scaring them away) -- Tapping into two new breeds of volunteers -- Section two: The volunteer manager. Motivating the new breed of volunteers -- Empowering volunteers to do it their way -- Using a new breed of technology -- Managing or canning high-maintenance volunteers -- Section three: The volunteer leader. Leading the successful volunteer organization -- Epilogue: A leadership case study -- Section four: Resources.

Across the country, volunteer ranks continue to grow, but people are volunteering 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! Help to recruit, manage, and lead the new breed of volunteers. Authors 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 within your organization.

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