How to protect volunteers from themselves
from By Deborah Ike
The volunteer of our dreams is always on time, willing to do whatever task is required, has a great attitude, encourages those around him/her and attracts more people to serve. I'm guessing not all of your current volunteers fit into this category, but you probably have a few with at least some of these qualities. You can count on them no matter what and can trust them to do an amazing job. There's just one problem: This type of volunteer is prone to burnout.
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