Strong volunteer programs start 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!

 

Forget the fun parts – the real sign that #volmgmt is for you

There’s more to job satisfaction than following your passion. Read on and see if you agree.

News flash! Following your heart is not the reason that you have chosen to manage volunteers or work in a nonprofit.

At least, not according to author Mark Manson, and his argument holds more than a kernel of truth.

Mark Manson, who has a best-selling book and a popular blog, believes that the best predictor of success is our ability to enjoy the struggles that are part and parcel of the experience.

In The Most Important Question of Your Life, Mark writes, “what we get out of life is not determined by the good feelings we desire but by what bad feelings we’re willing and able to sustain to get us to those good feelings.”

This notion of enjoyable struggles is an interesting lens for reviewing the choices you have made in your life – especially the professional ones. Read more…