Are you a Volunteer Management Institute alumnus who’s ready to take your volunteer management to the next level?
In response to many requests for more advanced training, we are thrilled to offer Volunteer Management Institute II. Get ready to enhance your volunteer leadership skills even further, and in turn, expand the value and impact of volunteer engagement in your organization.
In contrast to VMI, this advanced VMI II program offers:
Beginners ask how do I do this? Experienced leaders want to know why do I do this? We’ll move past basic activities of volunteer management, and plan strategically to expand the scope and impact of your volunteer services.
Look for an interactive, personalized program format. Every participant in the program will have proven experience in volunteer management, so you can learn as much from one another as the facilitator and speakers.
Receive input on real-life issues, and provide input to other advanced colleagues in volunteer management.
Higher-level discussion benefits from fewer participants, so registration is limited. Secure your spot today!
Even advanced volunteer managers can learn new ways to increase their effectiveness. You will leave VMI II with practical ideas to implement immediately. The main themes for the day include:
Educating Up and Out:
How can you ensure that everyone in your organization contributes to the daily support of volunteers? How can you secure more intentional involvement from middle and top managers in maximizing volunteer potential?
How can you achieve important goals while juggling your daily to-do list? Are you part of the senior management planning team, and if not, how do you get on it?
Measuring and Demonstrating Impact:
What indicators tell you if you’re on the right track in how you manage volunteer involvement? How do you assess the quality of the work of volunteers, not just the quantity of effort? What’s the difference between inputs, outputs, and outcomes? Why are volunteers essential to meeting your organization’s mission? How do you make that case to the people who matter?