8 Strategies to Justify a Volunteer Leadership Development Program

Your leadership team has expressed an interest in using a more structured approach to developing volunteer leaders beyond a workshop or two. Since association boards do not lack for numerous opportunities to invest scarce financial resources, the ability to move forward with a formal leadership development program rests upon your skills as an influencer. How do you write a justification for such a program that can influence your board to make this strategic commitment of resources? Consider these eight strategies. 1. Understand your board and how it makes decisions It is critical to understand your board and how they make decisions to elicit their support for a leadership development program

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