Let’s recognise and celebrate the contribution of volunteer managers!
We often recognise the contribution of volunteers in our communities both locally and globally. Volunteers are involved in just about every aspect of service delivery in all walks of life.
However, volunteering does not succeed in a vacuum.
Behind these volunteers lies an equally dedicated group of individuals and agencies who are responsible for the coordination, support, training, administration and recruitment of the world’s volunteers – skilled professionals who are adept at taking singular passion and turning it into effective action.
That is why we celebrate International Volunteer Managers Day (IVMDay) every year on 5 November.
It is important to let those professionals know that the spirit of volunteerism is enhanced and enabled by them – and to thank them.
We urge you to mark your calendar and, whether you are an administrator, a volunteer, a community leader or someone who receives the benefit of volunteer help, to make sure the people who act as leaders and catalysts get the recognition they deserve!
This year’s theme is ‘Change the Tune.‘
This theme reflects the need to think differently about how volunteer leadership is positioned and change the dialogue.
The Power of You Workshop – November 5th 2019 is International Volunteer Managers’ Day,
As a manager of volunteers we know how tirelessly you work to support and enable others through volunteering. Taking time out for personal and professional development maximises what you can offer to the world. This day is for you.
Volunteering Tasmania is hosting ‘The Power of You’ a professional development workshop that will help you learn how to use your personal power to make change.
By attending this event you will;
- Gain insights into your own personality
- Learn what makes others tick
- Understand how to better influence and motivate others
- Come away with practical tools you can implement straight away.
Melinda Maddock is the “chief changemaker” at Tasmania’s Madfinch Consulting specialising in power and relationships. Her workshops focus on helping people understand their own potential, skills and personality attributes and how to maximise them.
This event is specifically for those undertaking a volunteer manager role (paid or unpaid) and will be a great opportunity for networking, connecting with others in your field and celebrating International Volunteer Managers’ Day. Morning tea and lunch provided.
Volunteering Tasmania is subsidising this event for Members. We want to ensure this inspiring (and fun) event is accessible to as many volunteer managers as possible.
We look forward to spending the day with you. For more information please contact Sarah Martin by email email@example.com or call 1800 677 895
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