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  • Transforming how we lead volunteers - Podcast recommendation

    Created: 22/03/2024
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    In an episode of the Volunteer Nation podcast, they discuss the transformative shifts happening in volunteer management and the need for 21st Century organisations to rethink their approach to volunteers. 

    This includes selling the impact of volunteering, reconstructing roles for wider engagement, miximising flexibility, and embracing diversity. They also call for a change in the language and outreach methods used to engage potential volunteers. 

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