Tag: change management

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Master the A.R.T. of Volunteer Management in the New Norm

Reading Time: 2 minutes I am excited to share 3 tools which have been developed and refreshed recently to help volunteer partnerships practitioners master the A.R.T. of volunteer management, especially in this post-COVID-19 world. ‣ (A)ttracting volunteers ‣ (R)ecruiting them, and ‣ forging (T)hriving partnerships that positively impact the organizations, service users, communities, volunteers and staff members. These 3…
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Levelling Up Volunteer Management in the New Normal

Reading Time: < 1 minute Last Friday, we met up with social purpose entities from Singapore and across its shores to discuss Strategic Volunteer Partnerships in the post-COVID-19 world. Together with bantu, we: reviewed the state and potential of volunteerism in this new normal, looked at the current measures in place, considered factors to consider when determining the resumption of…
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How Organizations Thrive even with Empty Offices

Reading Time: 8 minutes How Organizations Thrive even with Empty Offices COVID-19 has brought with it unprecedented levels of negative impact to many people, families, businesses and communities. The negative impact on businesses is undeniable. Yet, having observed what has been happening over the last few months, I do also see how COVID-19 also presents us with the rare…
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Free Webinar: Grow Support for Your Volunteer Prog from the Inside Out

Reading Time: 2 minutes Volunteer Programme Managers grow impact of non-profits through the effective engagement of an unsalaried voluntary workforce. But far from just an “external-facing” profession, it also requires “internal-facing” skills in forging a volunteer-friendly culture, so as to facilitate the synergistic partnership between volunteers and non-profit professionals and position the organization for mission success. Join us for…
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Everyone Deserves to be Appreciated

Reading Time: 6 minutes Appreciate: “to recognize how good someone or something is and to value him, her, or it” Are You One of Them? “Nobody notices, nobody cares!” If you catch these thoughts running through your mind and are often frustrated and unmotivated at work, there is a high possibility that you may be under-appreciated by your supervisors…
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Go Upstream to Helping People & Organizations Truly Thrive

Reading Time: 3 minutes It is great reading about how organizations like the National University Health System (NUHS) are starting to enhance the mental well-being and resilience of its staff. I have had the privilege to contribute a letter to the Straits Times Forum and it was published both online and in the print edition (see right). Due to space…
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Oh No! My Time Flew Away!

Reading Time: < 1 minute If you struggle with understanding why time seems to “disappear” in your life, you may wish to use our free My Busy-ness” Worksheet (www.emmaus.sg/public/product/my-busy-ness-worksheet/) to start to make sense how you spend your time in a typical week. This worksheet is extracted from the Life Activities Audit Toolkit developed by Emmaus Strategies. For more information…
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The Non-Profit Challenge & the Volunteer Partnerships Key

Reading Time: 2 minutes Your organization can grow to be a powerful change agent in your community, as you carry out your mission and grow your volunteer partnerships. Humble Beginnings… The genesis of the social services we have today is in the coming together of well-intentioned individuals and volunteers who wanted to meet community needs. Here’s a recent video…
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Thriving Fathers, Thriving Lives…

Reading Time: 2 minutes A study in 20171 shows how fathers’ deep involvement with their children: significantly influence their children’s developmental outcomes, is associated with a reduced display of behavioural and psychological disorders in their children, and predicts decreased adverse child outcomes. In the same way, many research also supports the role of a father in their children’s development.…
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Being on Fire at Work and not Burn Out

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Irony of Passion at Work It makes senses, doesn’t it? Being on fire at work predisposes one to burnout. But yet, we all want to go home at the end of the day feeling “fuelled” by meaningful work. Jennifer Moss recently wrote an article on Harvard Business Review about the topic and we could…
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