Strong volunteer programs begin with strong leaders

Headshot - circleIF YOU are a leader of volunteers – and you care about running a quality program in a resource-challenged nonprofit world, then you are in the right place.

I’m Elisa, and I created Twenty Hats to provide volunteer managers like you with the skills you need to overcome tough challenges – and accomplish more for your program without adding hours to your day.

That’s why my coaching, courses, and retreats give you a personalized training experience. This is not the place for off-the-shelf learning. Plan on applying each new skill to your own workplace situation.

Leading a volunteer program is more than just a job – it’s a rewarding, purpose-driven professionif you are trained in best practices and supported to keep growing.

Let’s make your professional experience as fulfilling as possible!


Where to flex your #volmgmt muscles and feel supported

Don’t think you have what it takes to be the boss? Here is one great place to build your leadership skills.

Spoiler alert for those of you participating in the March 30 Get Your Projects Done webinar: we’re going to spend a lot of time talking about limiting beliefs.

That’s because most of the time, it’s our point of view and not our level of busyness – or any other circumstance –  that keep us from achieving the success, satisfaction, and rewards that we hope to experience in our work.

If you are not familiar with the concept, a limiting belief is a statement that you tell yourself is true, but upon reflection you realize is holding you back.

Take this example, which may rank as the all-time most common limiter out there. It’s a belief that stops us in our tracks because it affects the way we feel about ourselves and our abilities. Read more…