Note: This article originally appeared as a guest op ed for ProBono Australia (January 12, 2016). I address issues in volunteerism that are relevant in the US and elsewhere as well. Enjoy! What Must Australian Volunteerism Lose to Win? Emerging […]
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Darren Hotton Utah Division of Aging & Adult Services
“I wanted to thank you and your company for the strategic planning workshop. The tools you provided helped keep the group focused but allowed the safety of open discussion. The conference was a great success and concrete viable goals were achieved.”
Alison Jones-Nassar, CVA Manager of Volunteer Resources, Virginia Supportive Housing
“We heard nothing but positive and enthusiastic feedback from the attendees, and personally I feel it was exactly what I was looking for and needed from that day. In fact many people said that they thought this was our best conference ever! Tobi is a real visionary! She thinks big and encourages people to stretch their brains… and look at ideas from different perspectives. I also think she elevates the profession as a whole and I am thankful that she is out there, getting us excited with these big thoughts!”
Mary Ella Douglas, CVA Member, Greater Richmond Association for Volunteer Administration
“Having been in the volunteerism field for more than 30 years, it’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks–or so I thought before listening with rapt interest in what Tobi had to say. Her correlation of what we do in volunteer administration with neuroscience is brilliant, and offered me many “A-ha” moments. Thanks for opening my eyes to look outside the box, and our own field, for inspiring ways to engage and retain our valuable volunteers!”