Develop and Deliver an L&D Strategy for Non-Profit Volunteers

Non-profit volunteers often work long hours free of charge. They keep non-profit organizations afloat. With this in mind, developing a learning and development (L&D) strategy for volunteers should be high on a non-profit association leader’s list of priorities if it is not already.

An L&D strategy and program is helpful for volunteers, giving them much-needed direction, standards, and a sense of purpose. It also encourages growth within an association. If leaders don’t take the time to create a learning and development strategy for support people, non-profits will not fulfill their potential. By creating and implementing an L&D program that caters to volunteers’ needs, non-profit decision makers help associations meet objectives and realize goals.  

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