Still Starts with
From the Top Down: The Executive Role in Successful Volunteer Involvement has been fully revised and updated in its 3rd edition! This bestseller from Susan J. Ellis is still
the only book to address the role of the senior decision maker in developing vision
and strategy for high-quality volunteer engagement. (Give it to your boss - but read it yourself, too!)
- Build your organization's capacity with meaningful
- Create a culture where volunteers are thought
of as partners at all levels of the organization
Advocate for full managerial and financial
support of volunteers
Order the 2010 edition NOW!
|About the Book
|From the Top Down|
The Executive Role in Successful Volunteer Involvement, 3rd edition
By Susan J. Ellis
This book helps CEOs and senior-level leaders:
a strategic vision for volunteer involvement
policies and set expectations
and find funds to support volunteers
the most qualified person to lead volunteer engagement
employee-volunteer teamwork while minimizing tension
the impact of volunteer contributions
with legal, risk management, and insurance issues
What's New or Expanded in the 2010 Edition?
Managing volunteer involvement during an economic downturn
- Drawing closer connections between money donors and "time donors"
resistance from middle managers
vocabulary of volunteerism
between wage equivalency and the true
value of volunteers to an organization
- Suggested ways volunteers can work directly with the executive
Read an Excerpt
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paperback $24.95 USD
e-book $18.00 USD
Kindle edition also available!
| Coming Soon
|A Companion Toolkit for Busy Execs
Put From the Top Down principles to work with Leading the Way to Successful Volunteer Involvement: Practical Tools for Busy Executives. Written by Betty B. Stallings with Susan J. Ellis, this is a companion
toolkit of examples, worksheets, checklists, and more to guide decision makers
in implementing what they learn in From
the Top Down. Due out in June 2010. Learn more about Leading the Way.