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Effectively onboarding new volunteers is more than just a checklist

  • by Kate Bowman
  • June 21, 2024

A solid onboarding process can make sure new volunteers feel like a valued part of the team, right from day one. This is your opportunity to show them that they made the right decision in joining your organization. To make them feel comfortable with the culture and capable of handling the role they have taken on. To confirm in their minds that, with you, they can make a difference.

Volunteer Management Strategist Karen Knight has written about the importance of onboarding and gives advice as to how to improve the experience. Getting this process right lays the groundwork for long-term success.

Click here to read her post in full on her website.

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