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12TG Volunteer Recognition

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Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers:
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Trainer
s Guide for Presenting
 
 Volunteer Recognition
Betty Stallings
Copyright © 2007 Betty Stallings Enerize Inc. PowerPoint® Slides
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Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers: The 55-Minute Training Series
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Volunteer Recognition
 
© 2007 Betty Stallings
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Energize, Inc.
 
 Volunteer Recognition
Table of Contents
Trainer
s Guide for Presenting the Volunteer Recognition Module
Introduction to Volunteer Recognition...............................................................................................G-1 Learning Objectives............................................................................................................................G-1 General Notes to Trainer....................................................................................................................G-2 Presentation Overview........................................................................................................................G-3 Presentation Script, with Keys to Slides/Handouts, Timing................................................................G-4
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 View of Slides.................................................................................................................G-9 Suggestions for Expanded Activities.................................................................................................G-11 Suggested Resources........................................................................................................................G-11
Participant Handouts
4 Key Concepts of Volunteer Recognition..........................................................................................H-1 Organizational Barriers to Fully Integrated Volunteer Recognition.....................................................H-2 Volunteer Recognition: Times and Methods.......................................................................................H-3 Matching Volunteer Recognition to Motivations.................................................................................H-4 Creative Ways to Recognize Volunteers..............................................................................................H-5 Key Principles for Successful Recognition of Volunteers.....................................................................H-6 Participant Evaluation Form...............................................................................................................H-7
 
Training Busy Staff to Succeed with Volunteers: The 55-Minute Training Series
 ____________________________________________________________________________________
G-
1
 
Volunteer Recognition
 
© 2007 Betty Stallings
·
 
Energize, Inc.
 
Trainer
s Guide for Presenting the
 Volunteer Recognition
 
Module Introduction to Volunteer Recognition
Often volunteer recognition is narrowly thought of as the formal banquet or a small gift to acknowledge a volunteer's donated service to an organization. Recognition needs to be considered an integral part of a total management philosophy that continually seeks to notice and value individual contributions. Powerful and meaningful recognition begins when we recognize the talents and desires of prospective volunteers and offer them the job which responds to the motivational needs they are looking to fulfill through volunteering. The remainder of meaningful recognition is the myriad ways we formally and informally say "I noticed" and "thank you." If you feel responsible for providing all of the volunteer recognition, and other staff and leadership volunteers see this as your domain, the most important guidelines of volunteer recognition are broken. Recognition needs to be timely and genuine, and it is most appreciated when given by the person's direct supervisor. In other words, volunteer recognition should primarily be the responsibility of the person overseeing the volunteer's work. If your staff members have never examined their roles in creating and implementing ways to thank volunteers, this in-service topic will provide a stimulus for this important outreach.
Learning Objectives
The primary purposes of this module are to:
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Help staff appreciate the significance of meaningful recognition to volunteers.
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Discuss formal and informal acknowledgements that can take place at numerous times during a volunteer's involvement with the organization.

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