Volunteer Management BLOG

Your source for tips, techniques and articles to improve your Volunteer Program.


  • Posted Apr 26, 2015 by Stacy Ashton

    Virtual Assistants: A Secret Weapon for Volunteer Program Success?

    Executive Directors of small organizations and Managers of Volunteer Programs have at least one thing in common: a tendency to do their own administrative work. Natasha Golinsky of Next Level Nonprofits and presenter of our most recent workshop “Less Stress, More Success: Working with Virtual Assistants” does not think this is the most effective use of time for non-profit leaders.
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  • Posted Mar 02, 2015 by Stacy Ashton

    Return on Investment for Volunteer Programs: Making a Better Impact

    Some musings about our latest Practical Management workshop on “Calculating the Return on Investment for Volunteer Programs”, led by Better Impact’s Tony Goodrow.
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  • Posted Dec 18, 2014 by Stacy Ashton

    Breaking Research! The Volunteer Impact Report 2014

    Check out this brand new research on how non-profits from all around the world are measuring volunteer impact. Thank you Software Advice and VolunteerMatch for doing this work!
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  • Posted Nov 28, 2014 by Stacy Ashton

    Advanced Volunteer Management: Chopping Our Way Out of the Box

    Sometimes when you've been working in your field for a while, you forget that you actually know a lot. It takes skilled facilitators and peers like Carol Dixon and Charlene Dishaw to remind you. Carol also wants me to remind you, “If you steal our workshop idea, we will hunt you down and eat you for dinner.”
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  • Posted Nov 03, 2014 by Stacy Ashton

    Savvy Space Management: Making Office Space & Filing Work For You, Not Against You

    What does Daniel Craig's chest have to do with office space and filing? Guess you'll have to click to find out!
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