Category Archives: Volunteer Retension

The 2 “Football Basics” of Volunteer Engagement

Fall is different things to different people. To parents it’s back to school. To me the lazy days of summer are over, and I have kick off my sandals and start wearing shoes again. To my son Jonathan and his … Continue reading

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The Check Engine Light of Volunteer Stress

How to Recognize and Respond to Volunteer Stress Warning Signs Stress has been called the disorder of the 21st century. In today’s economic climate companies are stretched thin and tensions are running high. Financial problems, personal relationships, children, and the … Continue reading

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Burnout Busters — Eight tips to prevent volunteer burnout

The 90/10% principle of volunteer involvement: 10% of the membership are burning themselves out to keep the organization on mission while 90% enjoy the benefits and do next to nothing. When I think of that 90/10% principle, I picture a … Continue reading

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