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  • Setting up an offenders' volunteer programme

    Voluntary Action Leeds share their experience of launching the Giving Time project, a volunteer programme specifically for prisoners released on temporary license (ROTL) and ex-offenders.

  • Effective volunteer training

    Good volunteer management includes ensuring volunteers are trained to fulfill their roles effectively.

  • Supported volunteering for adults with disabilities

    The CSV Vocal Project in West Norfolk share their experience in developing and implementing supported volunteering for adults with disabilities.

  • How to retain your volunteers

    The volunteers in your organisation are invaluable, and you wouldn’t be able to do what you do without them. Follow these tips keep them onside.

  • Your team

    People and relationships are at the heart of voluntary and community organisations. A key part of an organisation's effectiveness is the management and skill development of its staff and volunteers.

  • Accrediting volunteer learning

    How to acknowledge volunteers' training and experience more formally through a qualification or accreditation.

  • Before you recruit volunteers

    What you should do before recruiting volunteers.

  • Get the perfect volunteer - creating volunteer roles

    What’s the secret to attracting great volunteers? What sort of role description would make them want to give you their time and skills? Get the best volunteers (and keep them happy!) by learning how to create results-focused roles.

  • Volunteers and the law

    Guidance to help you understand your legal rights and obligations when managing volunteers

  • How to motivate your employees and volunteers when they’re feeling burned out

    Workers who are happy are productive. But when it comes to a large team of workers, striving hard and helping the organisation thrive - how would you do it? Almost all employers think that increasing employee's salary is enough, but is there anything besides?  You are lucky that motivating workers doesn’t take too much hard work or even useful resources. As a matter of fact, this may just require a schedule of a couple of minutes from your daily routine to say “hello.” Being a leader, achieving your organisation's aims and increasing the rate of productivity are your main goal, which means your staff need to work as efficiently as they can. Instilling motivation isn’t easy, but it’s a necessity if you aspire to satisfaction and growth within your staff.

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