Unfortunately, many organizations fail to communicate effectively with their volunteers for a variety of reasons. For example, they may not provide enough time and space for one-on-one interactions or they don’t have any proper mechanisms in place to receive feedback. Poor communication leaves your organization at risk for increased misunderstandings, unhappy volunteers, and volunteer attrition. It might even deter some volunteers from getting involved at all!
Of course, effectively communicating with a large group of people who may be spread out in different locations is easier said than done, which is why we’re highlighting five tips to help you develop strategies to tackle this problem and strengthen your volunteer engagement program.
Read strategies for improving and maintaining communication with your volunteers.
Written by Shaunak Wanikar | VolunteerMatch