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  • How To Motivate Volunteers To Support Your Organization

    Finding good volunteers to support your non-profits objective is not always as easy as it sounds. Sure, being an organization whose mission it is to help your community might sound like its compelling enough but its not. With so much going on in the world today, people's times are the most sought after commodity so you must have a good way to inspire people to want to support you. Here are four ways you can motivate volunteers to help your organization succeed.

  • Considering your direction and impact

    Be sure to know the impact you want your non profit to have, and where this impact needs to be felt before you set the strategy.

  • Integrate into performance management

    How to include your strategy in the performance management of your organisation, staff, volunteers and trustees.

  • Package your strategy to ensure alignment

    Develop a strategy statement as a way of engaging and including staff, volunteers and beneficiaries in your new strategy.

  • Engaging hearts and minds in strategy

    Your strategy is only real when you implement it. To do that you need to engage and align people.

  • Cost benefit analysis

    Summing up the costs and benefits associated with a strategic option.

  • The strategic plan

    Your non profit organisation's strategic plan shows you know the direction in which you are heading and how to get there.

  • Using strategy to weather the storm

    How strategy can be used to help organisations weather the storm, as seen by Tim Wilson, former director of performance programme at NCVO Charities Evaluation Services.

  • Strategic planning: steadying the ship

    Strategic planning in challenging times, with a focus on the role of the chief executive.

  • SWOT analysis

    A really useful tool to help collect together all of your thinking from your external analysis of opportunities and threats and your internal analysis of strengths and weaknesses.

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