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Date(s) - Apr 8
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sterling Volunteers, a trusted partner of NJHSA, is providing a free webinar that will focus on recognizing impact of a hybrid volunteer community. Volunteer engagement practices are changing. Traditional methods of tracking volunteer impact and recognizing volunteers are not as relevant with so many volunteers serving remotely yet measuring impact and showing appreciation are more important than ever.
Research can help us align our recognition with what volunteers desire while case studies can inspire us to creatively and safely celebrate volunteer contributions. Join guest presenter Beth Steinhorn, President of VQ Volunteer Strategies, to gain insights on new methods of measuring volunteering impact and tips on developing a meaningful recognition plan.
What You’ll Learn:
- Use cases from others who have developed new ways to track and recognize impact of both virtual and onsite volunteers
- Tips for tracking impact that are relevant for both onsite and remote volunteers
- Helpful tools to develop a meaningful volunteer recognition plan