Converting good intentions in to greater impact

Posts for August, 2014

By Brian Agnew, spring and summer 2014 Bank of America Service Leadership Fellow with Reimagining Service - Reimagining Service recently surveyed over 300 individuals who have signed on in support of the four key Principles to find out how these principles have come to life in their organizations. Let’s start off by revisiting Principle 2: Make volunteering a core strategic function, not an add-on. Some of the burning questions we, at Reimagining Service, wanted to know more about: what types of changes were evident when volunteers became a more central source of capacity for an organization? We also wanted to know how an organization and its leaders shifted their mindset to make that change, the challenges they faced, and the results they’ve seen since.

Posted by: Season
Post date: 08/14/2014

By Brian Agnew, spring and summer 2014 Bank of America Service Leadership Fellow with Reimagining Service - Reimagining Service recently surveyed over 300 individuals who have signed on in support of the four key Principles to find out how these principles have come to life in their organizations. Let’s start off by revisiting Principle 1: The volunteer ecosystem is more effective when all sectors participate in its evolution. But what does Principle 1 actually look like in action? What are the practical benefits? What obstacles might an organization encounter along the way? What can be done to overcome these struggles and form better partnerships?

Posted by: Season
Post date: 08/14/2014