Monthly Archives: June 2016

Volunteer Recognition: Let the Punishment Fit the Crime

No, we aren’t really talking about crime and punishment this week. Rather, in this the second installment of the NE District 4-H blog’s series on volunteer management we will be taking a look at matching volunteer recognition to individuals’ motivational … Continue reading

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Volunteer Recognition: Be Sincere, Be Specific!

Now is the time (no, I’m not kidding…you did save some time somewhere between camps to plan for the next 4-H year, right?) to begin working on your volunteer management plans for next year. In light of this, over these … Continue reading

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Happy First Day of Camping Season!

Today is June 6, 2016 and Tropical Storm Colin is no match for 4-H camping season.  This will be a brief post today to allow everyone the chance to go back to their regularly scheduled camping programs (2 infographics and … Continue reading

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FREE Franklin Covey Resources

If you have done any research into time management and productivity strategies, you likely have heard of the FranklinCovey organization.  FranklinCovey is a provider of time management training and assessment services for organizations and individuals. Among many, they are best … Continue reading

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