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The Resource Volunteer engagement 2.0 : ideas and insights changing the world, edited by Robert J. Rosenthal

Volunteer engagement 2.0 : ideas and insights changing the world, edited by Robert J. Rosenthal

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Volunteer engagement 2.0 : ideas and insights changing the world
Title
Volunteer engagement 2.0
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ideas and insights changing the world
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edited by Robert J. Rosenthal
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eng
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"VolunteerMatch taps expert knowledge from today's volunteerism professionals to help nonprofits take a more inventive approach to volunteer engagement Volunteer Engagement 2.0: Ideas and Insights for Transforming Volunteer Programs in a Changing World shows you many of the innovative approaches to engaging volunteers that are reshaping nonprofits, volunteer programs, and communities around the world -- and how you can bring these changes to your own organization. Curated and edited by VolunteerMatch, the Web's most popular volunteer engagement network, these transformative strategies and practices are already being used by innovative nonprofit, government, and business sector leaders in volunteering -- and they represent many of the future trends in volunteerism. This insightful collection contains actionable advice on strengthening volunteering at your organization as well as broader explorations on the nature of opening organizations to volunteers to show you how to create a new volunteerism model that supports your organization's mission and programs. Among other things, you'll learn how to attract millennials and baby boomers to your cause, the best ways to partner with corporate and pro bono volunteer programs, why microvolunteering may be the future of online giving, what's new in national service, why your supporters are a largely untapped goldmine of fundraising success, and what trends will drive volunteering in the future. For more than 15 years VolunteerMatch has had unprecedented access to leading innovators in the nonprofit, government, and corporate sectors. In this book, you'll share that access as you explore the ideas, strategies, and insights that will boost volunteer engagement today and in the future. Learn what trends and ideas are reshaping volunteer engagement today Reconsider your volunteer model to reflect your organization's mission Find out what the leading thinkers predict will drive volunteering in the future Optimize volunteer recruitment, screening, orientation, and training Understand and cater to the motivations of your volunteers The world of volunteering is changing and there has never been a better moment to engage the time and talent of those who support your cause. How will your nonprofit grow and thrive with the help of volunteers? Volunteer Engagement 2.0: Ideas and Insights for Transforming Volunteer Programs in a Changing World provides the innovation and inspiration, you just need to supply the action"--
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302/.14
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illustrations
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index present
LC call number
HN90.V64
LC item number
V643 2015
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non fiction
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Rosenthal, Robert J.
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Volunteer engagement 2.0 : ideas and insights changing the world, edited by Robert J. Rosenthal
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http://catalogimages.wiley.com/images/db/jimages/9781118931882.jpg
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Engaging millennial and younger volunteers
  • Aria Finger (Chief Operating Officer, DoSomething.org and President, TMI Agency)
  • The great boomer volunteer revolution : boom or bust?
  • Beth Steinhorn (President, JFFixler Group)
  • Keeping the volunteers you have
  • John L. Lipp (Associate VP, Volunteer Engagement, JDRF)
  • Wholly engaged : integrating volunteer and donor programs
  • Kelly Moran (Associate VP of Community Development) and Taylor Mallia (Executive VP of Development, National MS Society)
  • A new engagement model for the Internet era
  • Mark Surman (Executive Director, Mozilla Foundation)
  • Big shifts that will change volunteerism for the better
  • Meet your new board
  • Linda Davis (CEO, Center of Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership) and David Styers (Manager of Program & Business Development, Presidio Institute)
  • Volunteer engagement on the social web
  • Amy Sample Ward (CEO, NTEN: the Nonprofit Technology network)
  • Microvolunteering for big impact
  • Mike Bright (founder, Help from Home)
  • Virtual volunteering : are we finally ready to talk about direct service?
  • Jayne Cravens (consultant and researcher)
  • Getting the most out of hackathons for social good
  • Scott Henderson (CEO and founder, Sandbox Communities)
  • Tobi Johnson, MA, CVA (President, Tobi Johnson & Associates
  • The power and unrealized promise of skilled volunteering
  • Meg Garlinghouse (Director) and Alison Dorsey (Manager, LinkedIn for Good)
  • Partnering with workforce volunteer programs
  • Angela Parker and Chris Jarvis (co-founders, Realized Worth)
  • Becoming powered by pro bono
  • Alethea Hannemann (Vice President of Product and National Programs, the Taproot Foundation)
  • How to get the right pro bono expertise for the job
  • Deirdre White (CEO) and Amanda MacArthur (VP of Global Pro Bono & Engagement, PYXERA Golbal)
  • Volunteering and the future of cause marketing
  • Joe Waters (author, founder of Selfish Giving.org)
  • A history of change in volunteer engagement
  • Measuring the volunteer program
  • Beth Kanter (author and master trainer)
  • The new volunteer manager's toolkit
  • Jennifer R. Bennett, CVA (Senior Manager, Education & Training, VolunteerMatch)
  • National service for the twenty-first century
  • Wendy Spencer (Chief Executive Officer, Corporation for National and Community Service)
  • Service enterprises : strategic human capital engagement
  • Amy Smith (Chief Strategy Officer and President of Action Networks--Point of Light) and Sue Carter Kahl (President, SMCK Consulting)
  • Leading big volunteer operations
  • Carla Campbell Lehn, CVA (Library Programs Consultant, California State Library)
  • Susan J. Ellis (President, Energize, Inc.)
  • Taking charge of your professional development
  • Katherine H. Campbell, CVA (Executive Director of the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration)
  • Afterword
  • Robert Egger (founder and President of L.A. Kitchen and CForward)
  • Debunking the myths of volunteer engagement
  • Sarah Jane Rehnborg, CVA, PhD
  • Rethinking the status quo
  • Evan Hochberg (Chief Strategy Officer) and Mei Cobb (Volunteer Engagement Director, United Way Worldwide)
Control code
ocn919451574
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 364 pages
Isbn
9781118931882
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2015001923
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)919451574
Label
Volunteer engagement 2.0 : ideas and insights changing the world, edited by Robert J. Rosenthal
Link
http://catalogimages.wiley.com/images/db/jimages/9781118931882.jpg
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Engaging millennial and younger volunteers
  • Aria Finger (Chief Operating Officer, DoSomething.org and President, TMI Agency)
  • The great boomer volunteer revolution : boom or bust?
  • Beth Steinhorn (President, JFFixler Group)
  • Keeping the volunteers you have
  • John L. Lipp (Associate VP, Volunteer Engagement, JDRF)
  • Wholly engaged : integrating volunteer and donor programs
  • Kelly Moran (Associate VP of Community Development) and Taylor Mallia (Executive VP of Development, National MS Society)
  • A new engagement model for the Internet era
  • Mark Surman (Executive Director, Mozilla Foundation)
  • Big shifts that will change volunteerism for the better
  • Meet your new board
  • Linda Davis (CEO, Center of Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership) and David Styers (Manager of Program & Business Development, Presidio Institute)
  • Volunteer engagement on the social web
  • Amy Sample Ward (CEO, NTEN: the Nonprofit Technology network)
  • Microvolunteering for big impact
  • Mike Bright (founder, Help from Home)
  • Virtual volunteering : are we finally ready to talk about direct service?
  • Jayne Cravens (consultant and researcher)
  • Getting the most out of hackathons for social good
  • Scott Henderson (CEO and founder, Sandbox Communities)
  • Tobi Johnson, MA, CVA (President, Tobi Johnson & Associates
  • The power and unrealized promise of skilled volunteering
  • Meg Garlinghouse (Director) and Alison Dorsey (Manager, LinkedIn for Good)
  • Partnering with workforce volunteer programs
  • Angela Parker and Chris Jarvis (co-founders, Realized Worth)
  • Becoming powered by pro bono
  • Alethea Hannemann (Vice President of Product and National Programs, the Taproot Foundation)
  • How to get the right pro bono expertise for the job
  • Deirdre White (CEO) and Amanda MacArthur (VP of Global Pro Bono & Engagement, PYXERA Golbal)
  • Volunteering and the future of cause marketing
  • Joe Waters (author, founder of Selfish Giving.org)
  • A history of change in volunteer engagement
  • Measuring the volunteer program
  • Beth Kanter (author and master trainer)
  • The new volunteer manager's toolkit
  • Jennifer R. Bennett, CVA (Senior Manager, Education & Training, VolunteerMatch)
  • National service for the twenty-first century
  • Wendy Spencer (Chief Executive Officer, Corporation for National and Community Service)
  • Service enterprises : strategic human capital engagement
  • Amy Smith (Chief Strategy Officer and President of Action Networks--Point of Light) and Sue Carter Kahl (President, SMCK Consulting)
  • Leading big volunteer operations
  • Carla Campbell Lehn, CVA (Library Programs Consultant, California State Library)
  • Susan J. Ellis (President, Energize, Inc.)
  • Taking charge of your professional development
  • Katherine H. Campbell, CVA (Executive Director of the Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration)
  • Afterword
  • Robert Egger (founder and President of L.A. Kitchen and CForward)
  • Debunking the myths of volunteer engagement
  • Sarah Jane Rehnborg, CVA, PhD
  • Rethinking the status quo
  • Evan Hochberg (Chief Strategy Officer) and Mei Cobb (Volunteer Engagement Director, United Way Worldwide)
Control code
ocn919451574
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 364 pages
Isbn
9781118931882
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2015001923
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)919451574

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