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Begin to Thrive in 80 Ways

Reading Time: < 1 minute Begin to Thrive in 80 Ways Mental Resilience Handles for COVID-19 COVID-19 has not just brought with it threats to our physical well-being but our mental well-being too. We are glad to announce the 3rd edition of the COVID-19 Mental Resilience Thriving Kit (rather than survival kit). This thriving kit is our labour of love…
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COVID-19 Mental Well-Being Kit

Your Ultimate COVID-19 Mental Well-Being Kit

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Ultimate COVID-19 Mental Well-Being Kit Yes, we want to be useful during COVID-19. For 2 years, we have been working hard to help people families, organizations and communities to thrive for good, creating contents and programmes to grow mental resilience. And there is no better time than this to continue to make available our…
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Confidently Demonstrate Your Volunteer Programme’s Impact

Reading Time: < 1 minute We understand many may be wondering how they can best demonstrate the impact of your volunteer programs. As such, we are organising a half-day training on impact assessment of your volunteer programs. We will also share the outcome bank our team painstakingly put together for the Volunteer Partnerships Impact Assessment Toolkit with the workshop. If…
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“I Wished I Had this Kind of Training” ~ a Veteran Volunteer Manager

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Volunteer Management Circuit returned for its 3rd run. In the first 2 runs, we were privileged to help 47 social service agencies level up both their practitioners’ volunteer management capabilities and also their organizations’ volunteer programmes. On the 4 Oct 2019, we successfully kicked off Generation 3 of the circuit with another batch of…
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Help! I Might be Burned Out

Reading Time: 4 minutes I am an “expert” at burning out. To date, I have experienced and overcome burnout at least 3 times, each time learning valuable life lessons and growing from it. Why We Need to Talk About Burnout I have come to recognize how overcoming burnout is such a crucial part of our lives, given the realities…
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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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Launch of Volunteer Partnerships Impact Assessment (VPIA) Toolkit

Reading Time: 2 minutes It is here! We have spent months developing Singapore’s first-ever toolkit to measure the impact of volunteer programmes. Having been a volunteer manager myself, I have come to see the multi-faceted value that volunteer programmes bring to service users, organizations and staff, other volunteers and the community. But I also realised how it often seems…
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What the Numbers Tell Us about Growing our Social Purpose Entities

Reading Time: 4 minutes Mention non-profit organizations and you would most definitely and naturally find the presence of a team of volunteers in them. But how do we make good sense of the role of volunteers in our non-profits and how do we strategically partner them to bring about growth in our organizations? These are the very questions we…
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Bringing Out the Indiana Jones in Volunteer Managers

Reading Time: 2 minutes You may be familiar with the Indiana Jones character portrayed by Harrison Ford. The film franchise would bring us on epic adventures on quests for treasures. In a way, volunteer managers, among the many other non-profit practitioners, are like the Indiana Jones of their organizations. After all, volunteer programmes, when running well, can bring about…
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It’s a Wrap for Volunteer Management Circuit Run 2

Reading Time: < 1 minute It’s a wrap! This concludes Run 2 of the Volunteer Management Circuit. As we round up the Circuit, Dr Andrew from Volunteer Resource Optimisation of the National Council of Social Service came to address the participants and reminded them about the importance of the role they play in building social capital for Singapore. He also…
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