VMC 105 Volunteer Recognition & Retention
Monday, April 29, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 3:00 PM (MDT)
VMC 105 - Volunteer Recognition and Retention
Volunteers are the backbone and heart of Non-Profit organizations and Charities. Once you have engaged volunteers through orientation, training and supervision, you want to continue to provide them opportunities to grow and contribute while ensuring they understand the impact they are making. Volunteer turnover can significantly effect the organization as well as other volunteers.
In this 2 day workshop, you will discover how to retain those volunteers by using volunteer retention strategies such as understanding your volunteers motivation, how you can be flexible and adaptable, how to recognize and appreciate the impact they are making and create a plan of action with your volunteers to manage their engagement.
Date: April 29 & 30, 2013
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Baker Centre: #400, 10025 - 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta
For more information, contact Madeleine Smith at email@example.com or call 780-732-6649.
PRESENTED BY MILENA SANTORO, CMM CMP PIDP
Milena Santoro, CMM CMP PIDP - author, international professional speaker, educator, award winning certified meeting and special events professional who has earned many accolades managing events for corporations, international associations, social clients and not-for-profit agencies. She is the Creative President and CEO of MS Productions Inc. She is an active member of the volunteer community, serving in various leadership roles as well as a facilitator for the Alberta Culture Board Development Program, Professional Development for Canadian Administrators of Volunteer Resources (CAVR) and Chair of Edmonton Volunteer Management Group.
Education is a passion and focus for Milena. She is constantly helping to mold the future of our industry as a speaker, educator, and facilitator. Since 2000, she has been instrumental in the development of many industry programs and has spoken and delivered hundreds of seminars, workshops at various local and international industry events.
To learn more about Milena, visit www. milenasantoro.com or connect with her at:
S santoro.milenaT @santoromilena
While Volunteer Edmonton strives to ensure there are no disruptions in our training, there may be occasions where issues arise that are beyond our control. We are committed to notifying you within 72 hours of any training changes. In the case where training is rescheduled this will be done as soon as possible and participants have the option of transferring to the rescheduled training or a refund will be issued. A minimum of 6 participants is required to run any of the VMC training modules.