Available Exclusively Through the Hospice & Home Care Webinar Network!
Two new 45-minute recorded webinars and guide for volunteer managers to use during National Volunteer Week, April 7-13, 2019 or for your own Volunteer Appreciation Event!
AVAILABLE ONLY VIA RECORDED WEBINARS
Webinars available Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Volunteer managers are constantly looking for ways to honor and show appreciation to volunteers. Volunteers often want more information and the opportunity to learn new skills to better care for patients and families. This appreciation-event package is designed to address these needs with two new 45-minute recorded webinars and a planning guide for volunteer managers.
- Use the guide to create the perfect volunteer appreciation event
- Share the two recorded webinars with volunteers at your convenience
- Consider offering a one-time event, multiple small appreciation events, or spread activities throughout National Volunteer Week
- Links to the recordings can be emailed to volunteers to view at their convenience
Receive both recorded webinars and the planning guide for the price of a single webinar!
Guide for Volunteer Managers Includes:
The Importance of Boundaries: Special Challenges & Solutions for Volunteers
Volunteers are often faced with challenging situations. Are volunteers expected to do what they think is right for the patient/family in the moment? Should they consider how to guard the hospice program and the potential risk? What would a staff member do? Fortunately, volunteers are usually able to check-in with the volunteer manager – but sometimes they need to think on their feet. This webinar will teach volunteers how to maneuver through potential challenges and provide them with perspective on setting and maintaining personal and professional boundaries.
Beyond Active Listening: Raising the Bar for Volunteer Communication
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
These informative sessions will benefit volunteer managers, volunteers, and all team members who work with volunteers.
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