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  • Retain Empowered and Productive Volunteers

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    Volunteer Performance Management is crucial to the delivery of a Community Service Organization's mission.

    An organization's capacity to engage volunteers in Learning and Development initiatives helps in their Volunteer Performance Management and empowers the volunteer to efficiently and effectively carry out the role.

    However, many community service organizations either lack the knowledge in developing an effective Learning and Development strategy or lack the resources to establish a fundamental Learning and Development infrastructure.

    Join us in our webcast on retaining productive and empowered Volunteers. The aim of this webcast is to provide practical tips on how to leverage Learning and Development as a culture within the organization to elevate productivity through an empowered volunteer team.

    Learning Objectives


    By following this webcast, viewers will be able to;

    • Increase volunteer morale through effective volunteer role design that fosters empowerment and engagement.
    • Identify a learning and development strategy that is aligned with your not-for-profit’s context.
    • Identify how learning technology can be optimized to drive volunteer’s engagement.

    Who is the Webcast For?

    • Leaders of Volunteers and anyone who coordinates the volunteer engagement.
    • Program/Project Managers.
    • Not-for-profit staff who works with volunteers.
    • Executive Directors, Chief Executive Officers, and Social Service Club Leaders. 


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    Members  = CAD 20.00

    Non-Members = CAD 30.00

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    Launching December 5, 2018

    At 10:00 am

    6 Months Access

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    1 Hour Webcast 

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    Webcast Presenter


    Portrait of Shaminda PereraShaminda Perera, MEAE

    With over 15 years of experience in all aspects of adult learning, he is a Learning and Development Strategist. Shaminda is involved in the not-for-profit sector since 2011. He is currently the Manager of Learning & Resource Development for Volunteer MBC, heading three major portfolios; the Volunteer MBC Learning Centre, the Volunteer Referral Service, and technology integration. Shaminda is the designer, developer and administrator, of Volunteer MBC’s Learning Management System - www.Vetch.ca. Shaminda holds the Master of Education in Adult Education (MEAE) degree from Yorkville University, New Brunswick. His Masters Thesis focused on building Learning Organizations in the not-for-profit sector. He is a proud member of the Mississauga Crooksville Lions Club.

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    Non-members = $30.00

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