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Beth Steinhorn

President, VQ Volunteer Strategies

Tis the Season for Thanking Volunteers

‘Tis the season of holidays, gratitude, celebration, and, yes, a bit of stress, too. The last six weeks of the year are always busy times. Whether planning work events, juggling family and social engagements, or trying to get ready for a much-needed vacation, many of us find our days and nights to be full and demanding. At the same time, the season often inspires us to reflect and express gratitude. Volunteers certainly make my list of “things I am grateful for” each year and I always try to express that gratitude to the volunteers who contribute their time to the organizations in which I am involved.

How Meetings can Engage Rather than Enrage Volunteers

We engage in many different kinds of “meetings”—including, “meeting new people” and “meeting...

Four Steps that Should Precede Your Recruitment Plan

People who know me well know this: I love planning. I can get downright giddy when diving into a...

Mythbusting 101: Toppling the Top 5 Volunteer Engagement Myths

Around the globe, volunteers help organizations achieve their mission. And yet, volunteer...