The Volunteer Survival Guide: Your Question-and-Answer Resource for Volunteering

The Volunteer Survival Guide: Your Question-and-Answer Resource for Volunteering

by Jason Young, Jonathan Malm

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Overview

Capable and reliable volunteers don't just happen. One of the most important aspects of recruiting, training, and retaining good volunteers is being clear about expectations and being proactive when problems come up. The Volunteer Survival Guide is one of the best tools you can have at your disposal to do just that. A perfect companion to The Volunteer Effect, this resource is priced so that your church, ministry, or nonprofit organization can give a copy to everyone on your team to help you build excitement for volunteering, help navigate challenges that might come up, and encourage volunteers to become the leaders of tomorrow.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493429752
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/27/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 96
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Jason Young is former director of guest experience at Buckhead Church and North Point Ministries. He now coaches churches and companies around the country and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jonathan Malm runs SundaySocial.tv and ChurchStageDesignIdeas.com, reaching more than 70,000 church leaders each month. He lives in San Antonio, Texas.

Jason and Jonathan are the coauthors of The Come Back Effect and The Volunteer Effect.

Table of Contents

1 What Does It Take to Be a Great Volunteer? 7

2 How Can You Be the Ultimate Team Player? 15

3 What Do You Uniquely Bring to the Table? 21

4 How Can You Thrive as a Volunteer? 27

5 What Is the Best Way to See Your Team Members? 35

6 How Can You Be Authentic and Excellent? 41

7 How Can You Encourage Your Fellow Volunteers? 47

8 Does What You Do Matter? 53

9 What Should Relationships with Fellow Volunteers Look Like? 61

10 How Can You Understand Priorities and Seasons in Your Life? 69

11 What Can You Do When You Have an Idea for the Team? 77

12 How Can You Grow into Leadership? 83

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