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!

 

Your two cents: what you know may help the next volunteer manager hire

A leader of volunteers needs to excel in three areas. Would you agree?

Readers, I need your input.

I’m creating a new webinar – but it’s not for volunteer managers. It’s for our nonprofit leaders – the Executive Directors, CEOs, and other senior decision-makers who bring us into their organizations.

My goal is to help nonprofit leaders spot the talent most likely to build a high-impact, capacity-building volunteer program. It’s about what nonprofits need to look for the right person for job.

And that goal begs the question: read more…