Manipulation or Motivation? How to make the most of the time, skills and experience of your volunteers: SA.HQ London

16 Mar 2011 - 9:45am - 3:30pm

With limited budgets and staff, churches and community projects rely heavily on volunteers but…

 Are organisations really looking after and listening to them?  Do organisations make the most of each volunteer's potential?

Starting promptly at 10 am the day will cover…

§         Understanding motivations: why do people volunteer for Christian projects?

§         Why the best projects are full of volunteers

§         Top tips on how to motivate others

§         The art of communication and how to deal with tricky issues

§         Helpful websites and books to continue your learning

The facilitators:

Adam Bonner, Hayley Teague and Jill Clark from Livability’s Community Mission team.  The team work with a wide range of churches and Christian projects wrestling with these issues and bring experience and reflection sharpened by engagement and lively debate. 

Online booking:     Book and pay online – this is essential since it is expected that this event will be fully booked at:

Directions to Salvation Army International HQ:

Please note that Blackfriars tube station is CLOSED (but Blackfriars rail station remains open). Other tube station options are Mansion House, Cannon Street and St Paul’s, all less than 10 minutes walk and Bank station, about 15 minutes walk. The building is on the corner of Queen Victoria Street and the start of the Millennium Bridge walkway. View map,+United+Kingdom&gl=uk&ll=51.51164,-0.097783&spn=0.009388,0.01929&z=16

Salvation Army International HQ
101 Queen Victoria St, London, EC4V 4EH
£30 per person, including lunch, to be booked and paid online; see the details in the text above
who to contact: 
Jill Clark
020 7452 2018