For generations, engaging volunteers has been a vital strategy for communities to solve problems. Yet, the events since 2020 have disrupted how people work and volunteer. While disruption can be devastating, it can also be the impetus to release ourselves from “the way we’ve always done things.” If viewed as an opportunity, disruption invites us to revisit, rethink, and reinvent the way we achieve mission.
Join our guest presenter Beth Steinhorn, President of VQ Volunteer Strategies, to hear stories of organizations that unlocked that potential and learn from the lessons which you, too, can apply to sustain your organization regardless of what the future holds. This session will also be a preview of the new book, Transforming Disruption to Impact: Rethinking Volunteer Engagement for a Rapidly Changing World.
What You'll Learn:
Explore many of the disruptions affecting volunteer engagement and nonprofit operations over the past two years
Discover exemplary stories of organizations that engaged volunteers impactfully despite disruptions
How you can apply lessons to your organization to sustain and even increase impact no matter the circumstances