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5.03 Techniques for Managing & Recruiting Volunteer Committees

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
2:15 PM-3:15 PM
Track: Leading and Managing/Volunteer Leaders
Format: Workshop
Organization: IFMA
Knowledge Level: 100 level
Session Description: The purpose of the workshop is to empower leaders to recruit and run well managed committees utilizing the strengths and time constraints of each volunteer.  Attendees will learn how to break down committee needs into specific and measurable tasks.

Once you know what you need to do, you will evaluate the skills needed to successfully perform these tasks. Documenting and communicating your requirements is the next step in recruitment. Putting the right people in the right task is critical, so you will learn to assess a volunteer’s strength to ensure maximum success.  Accountability is a key component and is achieved through efficient communication, which includes committee meetings utilizing traditional methods and current technology.

Learning Objectives:
  • Attendees will learn to define expectations.
  • Discover how to break down needs into tasks.
  • Learn to assess and assign volunteers.
  • learn about the importance of accountability.
  •     Conference Proceedings

        Presentation

    Speaker:

    Cookie Avila-Currier
    Distinct Management Services
    Principal

    Cookie is a former IFMA member who either chaired or sat on every committee in the Orange County Chapter. She is the current Chapter Administrator for the Orange County California IFMA Chapter. Certified Toastmaster.