When attempting to organize an event for your non-profit, knowing about volunteer management is a must for the event to be a success. Here’s a step-by-step guide for managing a non-profit organization volunteer for your ministry’s next event.
You’ve got a Twitter account. You’re on LinkedIn. You’ve strolled on by at Google+, and you might even have a well-kept Facebook Page.
But how are those working for you? Marketing and promotions are wonderful, but only if they’re actually working for you. Maybe you’ve made some good connections; a few sales here and there.
But how much time and upkeep do you find yourself spending on your channels and networks?
Or maybe you’ve chosen the route of a few authors I know who have gone and abandoned their accounts permanently, leaving their social footprint to fade away into oblivion.
And not using these new tools isn’t the answer, unfortunately. Being savvy enough to benefit from these new methods of communicating are the mark of a true “pro writer.”
Let me ask you this: what if you didn’t have to spend so much time on social networks? What if you could spend—literally—a few minutes each week only on those same networks, and the rest of your time doing what you love?
You’re not as organized as you’d like to be. And, you probably feel that it’s holding you back, at work and at home. Many people share these same feelings.
But there is a way you can climb out of that daily rut and become the dependable, go-getting, high-achiever type you want to be.
Here are 10 ways to become more reliable and more productive at work and at home.
I get asked every week about the various resources I am using. Last week, a blogger asked about my podcast equipment. Another asked about the productivity apps I am using on my Mac. Still another, asked if I could recommend some leadership resources.
So, I thought I’d write a series of posts on these resources, devoting one post to each category. When I get done, I plan to collect these into a permanent page on my blog. In this post, I want to share my blogging tools.
I’ll never forget when I was a young pastor at a church in Denver and running, what was then, a brand new ministry Dare 2 Share. Somebody paid for me to go to a small pastor’s conference in Colorado Springs. Little did I know that God would use this conference, and the man speaking at it, to impact my life in a big way.
The speaker was an expert at counseling struggling pastors. He had shepherded hundreds of spiritual shepherds from all across America, many of whom had fallen into sexual immorality of some sort or another. He was at this conference to help pastors fight against the insidious enemy called “lust” and to preserve the integrity of their lives and the pulpits they preach from on a weekly basis.