Staff - Volunteer Relations

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National Information Center on Volunteerism, Inc. (NICOV), Boulder, Co
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Youthworker: The Contemporary Journal for Youth Ministry, Winter 1986
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National Association of Social Workers, reprinted with permission by Governor's Office of Volunteer Services Newsletter, St. Paul, MN, March-April 1978
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Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc., February 25, 1969
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LEADERSHIP 1987
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United Way of America and United Way/Cetraide Canada
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A series of papers presented at the 89th Annual Forum National Conference on Social Welfare, May 31, 1962
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WELCOMAT, November 30, 1988
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the Center for Creative Community, Santa Fe, NM
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Office of Mental Health, Office of Mental Retardation, Department of Public Welfare, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
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Howard County Public Schools, Maryland
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Voluntary Action Leadership, Spring 1981
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The American National Red Cross
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Council of National Organizations for Adult Education, New York, NY
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Minnesota Association of Volunteer Directors during the Conference of MN Social Services Association, March 31, 1976
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Volunteer Services Department, Blythedale Children's Hospital, Valhalla, NY
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Social Rehabilitation Administration, Government of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC
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Twin Cities Consultant Dieticians Newsletter and Hennepin County, Minnesota Commissioner of Health
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University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Service, Leonardtown, MD
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Helps employees and volunteers work together successfully by exploring the reasons for conflict between volunteers and employees. Scheier eases the all-too-common stresses of this relationship with a step-by-step process for analyzing tasks and work preferences for both paid and unpaid staff. Offers a great number of creative and practical solutions. Contains lots of useful planning guides.

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Energize
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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Volunteer Development
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