Volunteer Roadshow Flyer – Tauranga This roadshow will provide education and information to those in the volunteering and community sectors to assist in understanding roles and responsibilities when engaging with children and provide access to resources to assist in developing safe child protection systems and environments. Please click this link to see more about this awesome Volunteer Workshop – Volunteer Roadshow Flyer – Tauranga
Want to attract younger volunteers with specific skills and expertise?
Would you like your volunteer team to grow from good to great?
When it comes to volunteering, people are spoiled for choice. There is no shortage of organisations to get involved with, so in order to
attract volunteers and keep them on-board, you need to offer them the best possible experience. In our ‘Growing Great Volunteer Teams‘ workshop you will learn what drives people to get involved and discover simple strategies for keeping them engaged and on-board.
In this workshop you will discover:
- If your organisation is even ready for volunteers. Are you losing volunteers before they properly come on-board? What things do you need to have in place before you start recruiting?
- How to ensure your organisation offers a good fit for potential volunteers. Is there more than one model of volunteering and should you even care? What things do you need to consider in creating a ‘good fit’?
- The difference between Recognition and Appreciation. What do volunteers really need to feel appreciated and how can you give it to them effectively?
- What being part of a team really means to volunteers. Are you providing a true team environment or is there an under-current of ‘them and us’?
- What makes a volunteer experience go from good to great? What are the simple things you can do to leave a lasting impression and develop loyalty in your volunteer team?
This workshop gives you loads of practical ideas for making your organisation a place where everyone wants to volunteer. Get more people helping out more often, with more fun and more impact.
Tauranga: Wednesday 2nd May, 9.30am – 4pm
Cost: $120 per person (Tonic Subscribers receive a 10% discount)
Bay of Plenty Organisations pay just $50, thanks to a subsidy from Bay Trust
What others say:
“OMG! My head is exploding. So many great ideas that I want to apply.”
Jodi Conway, South Alive
“Fantastic facilitator. Engaging, entertaining with modern, relevant information.”
Kim Shaw, Plunket Central Otago
“Extremely relevant and lots of new ideas. Enjoyed the range of issues covered and the simple, practical ideas of how we can do better. We have a long way to go but now I am excited about the journey” Jane Mitchell, Shirley Community Trust
Rosie and the team.