The Organizational Development Muse
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This week--most like any other week--was filled with figuring it out.
I was with a ministry CEO last week who hoped to see a greater degree of voluntarism in his organization. He was asked if he had a volunteer time budget and that was a new concept to him--to actually quantify the likely number of volunteer hours currently available to him and then how they were being allocated in support of the organization's mission. Those in conversation with him encouraged him to strategically optimize the volunteer hours currently available so that there would be more integrity and realism in the appeals for new volunteers.
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In a recent workshop with Lutheran church leaders from the Chicago area on leadership development, we emphasized the following:
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