Do you want to create an environment and processes where volunteers are inspired and supported to deliver their best for your organisation and community?
Are you responsible for managing and motivating volunteers in your organisation?
Join this interactive workshop with Karen Kinsley, an expert in the field of volunteer management and development, to re-think how you look at volunteering and enable positive change.
In this workshop, Karen will:
There will also be the opportunity for Karen to answer your questions.
To help you get as much from this interactive session as possible, participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode.^ Back to top
Spaces are limited and priority will be given to Jewish community professionals who have responsibility for volunteers in their organisation or are thinking about how they might work with volunteers more effectively, living and working in Europe/UK.
To register for free, click here. The registration form includes a few short questions to help focus the training for those participating.
Once your registration has been approved, you will be sent a Zoom link for the sessions. We encourage you to add this to your calendar. Please be in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.^ Back to top
Karen started her career as a primary school teacher with a passion and interest in volunteers in education. She then moved to work in the Education team at her local municipality, developing training and support for volunteers within schools and especially those working with Special Needs children.
Since then, she has worked with volunteers in schools, youth work, in culture and arts settings, in welfare and communities. Karen has set in place volunteer policies and guidance in many settings, including previously managing a team of over 60 volunteers at JW3, London’s Jewish Community Centre. She is passionate about how managers and oragnisations can put procedures in place to lead to a rewarding and valued volunteering experience for both the volunteer and the organisation.^ Back to top