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by Steve McCurley
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  • Author:
    Steve McCurley
  • ISBN:
    1895271630
  • ISBN13:
    978-1895271638
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  • Publisher:
    Interpub Group Corporation; 3rd edition (2010)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Acclaimed as the Bible of the Volunteer Management field, and used in dozens of college and university Non-Profit.

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About Steven McCurley. Rob Jackson adds a new strong UK dimension to the authorial team. As former Director of Development and Innovation at Volunteering England, Rob is a UK leading expert on volunteering and was chair of the Institute of Fundraising working party that developed the UK's first code of good practice on volunteer fundraising.

Steven McCurley, Rick Lynch, Rob Jackson. The leading title on the subject for over 14 years (previously called Essential Volunteer Management) and the 'go to' resource for volunteer managers and personnel officers alike. It includes: A fully revised and updated introduction on trends and issues in volunteerism. Fully revised and updated content throughout, especially regarding recruitment and nt of volunteers.

Acclaimed as the Bible of the Volunteer Management field, and used in dozens of college and university Non-Profit, Volunteer, and Public Administration programs. This is the textbook on the subject; the authors are consulting and speaking, worldwide, and are widely regarded as the go to people on all aspects of Volunteer Management.

surveys 483 Appendix three Sample volunteer management policies and organisational policies related to the volunteer programme 519 Appendix four McCurley’s Rules of Volunteer Engagement 539 References 54. .

surveys 483 Appendix three Sample volunteer management policies and organisational policies related to the volunteer programme 519 Appendix four McCurley’s Rules of Volunteer Engagement 539 References 541 Further reading 555 Index 559 vi About the authors STEVE MCCURLEY Steve McCurley is an internationally known trainer and speaker in the field of effective volunteer involvement. He has served on the national board of Women in Community Service, the Association for Volunteer Administration, the board of the Volunteer Center of Olympia, WA, and the Advisory Board for the Virtual Volunteering Project of the University of Texas.

Book by McCurley, Steve, Lynch, Rick. Book Condition: A well-cared-for item that has seen limited use but remains in great condition. The item is complete, unmarked, and undamaged, but may show some limited signs of wear. Item works perfectly.

Acclaimed as the Bible of the Volunteer Management field , and used in dozens of college and university Non-Profit, Volunteer, and Public Administration programs. This is the textbook on the subject; the authors are consulting and speaking, worldwide, and are widely regarded as the go to people on all aspects of Volunteer Management. This comprehensive text shows how to involve volunteers in agencies, and covers all the basic information plus special features on supervision, problem volunteers, and more. There is a large reference section, and more than 100 reproducible checklists and assessment tools. PARTIAL TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.Planning a High-Impact Volunteer Program 2.Creating Motivating Jobs 3.Recruiting the Right Volunteers 4.Screening and Interviewing 5.Supervising for Maximum Performance 6.Evaluation, Positive Corrective Action and Termination 7.Retention and Recognition 8.Volunteer-Staff Relations 9.Risk Management 10.Measuring Volunteer Program Effectiveness EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Creating Motivating Jobs An organization that has interesting and productive positions to offer will have an easy time attracting and keeping volunteers. Too many organizations, instead, provide unsatisfactory work experiences and then have an impossible time retaining volunteers. In such cases, staff may regard volunteers as unreliable. The problem of badly designed volunteer work is seldom diagnosed.

Faegal
This was required for a class, Totally worth buying I will definitely use it in the future
Kelezel
Easy to read
Mavivasa
Perfect match also in context of Finnish Red Cross and our current challengies for deleloping volunteer management.
Blackseeker
This is an excellent reference for anyone in nonprofit management. Highly recommended!
Mettiarrb
Good book

But the references of is old