Some volunteer efforts are less successful than they could be because those in charge don't know the principles of volunteer management. Others are not successful because those in leadership don't exercise their leadership capacities. This book, by an experienced and thoughtful community leader, focuses on the important marriage of leadership and management skills that inspires consequential, results-oriented volunteer efforts. It will help directors of volunteers, executive directors, presidents of boards, chairpersons of committees, ad-hoc volunteer efforts and councils, as well as mayors and other public officials, to find ways to be more effective in mobilizing the people who can make a difference in their communities.
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