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“Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer”

  • June 25, 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Nova Southeastern University, Room 111, 4850 Millenia Blvd, Orlando, FL 32839

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Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer

 Thursday,  June 25, 2015

5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Nova Southeastern University
Orlando Campus  

Come learn and network with your fellow ATD Central Florida chapter members! 

The first 50 Registrants will receive a Complimentary copy of Barry Altland's book, “Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer.”

Studies indicate that approximately 25% of the U.S. population freely offers their time and talents as a volunteer.  Volunteerism is woven into the fabric of our country from its earliest days. 

So many seek and find enrichment through their service.  For all their triumphs, some volunteers have also experienced tragedies . . . times when they were passionate about serving an organization, its cause and beneficiaries, and then something changed.  Instead of finding fulfillment, they lose their passion.  Why does this happen? 

Leaders can and do make the difference in engaging the heads, hearts and hands of volunteers.  


Acclaimed writer, speaker and expert on leading and engaging volunteers, Barry Altland, will lead the conversation on what it takes to touch the hearts of people who choose to serve.  This interactive workshop will explore the concepts, tips and techniques that feed the passion-fires of volunteers, including the following:
  • What is Otherliness
  • What is the difference between engaging a paid professional and a volunteer? 
  • What roles does Discovery play in engaging the passion of a volunteer?
  • What roles does Coaching and recognition play in sustaining the passion of a volunteer?
  • What lessons can be learned from engaging volunteers that apply for talent development professionals? 

Join peers from the talent development and nonprofit management professions to explore the learning messages from the book, “Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer.”  The first 50 registrants will receive a signed copy of the newly released book upon arrival.
 


Barry E. Altland

Barry E. Altland is a thought leader, writer, speaker, organizational partner/consultant and expert in the areas of leading and engaging volunteers.

Barry’s forthcoming book, “Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer,” a simple guide for leaders of volunteers to feed the passion of those who choose to serve, will be available in the Spring of 2015.

Mr. Altland is a member of the CFC-ATD President’s Circle since 2006 and a chapter member since 2000.  He has served as a volunteer leader at the national level for ATD as a National Advisor for Chapters (NAC), and committee member and chair for the annual ATD ALC Conference Program Advisory Committee.  Barry has been a featured facilitator at the ATD Chapter Leaders Conference for the last several years. 

Barry is a highly regarded keynote and learning session leader for groups and organizations desiring to further develop their leadership acumen.  He is honored to partner with your organization for programs, workshops and lunch and learns that support volunteers, leaders of volunteers and leaders of any capacity grow in their ability to engage the passions of their people.
More information may be found at 
http://headhearthandsengagement.com

Follow Barry on tumblr at http://headhearthandsengagement.tumblr.com

Registration: 5:30pm - 6:00pm

Dinner: 6:00pm

Program starts: 6:30pm

Event Location: Nova Southeastern University

Price:   

$30 CFC-ATD Member*
$40 guests and non-members*
$45 for late registrations

* Please note registration closes on Monday, June 22nd at noon. If you register after that, the price will be $45.

If you have any special dietary or other special needs that may need accommodation, please contact us at programs@cfc-astd.org, so we can provide a positive comfortable experience.



NSU is a not-for-profit, independent university that is classified as a research university with “high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and is one of only 37 universities nationwide to also be awarded Carnegie’s Community Engagement Classification. We have approximately 27,000 students, 162,000 alumni, a sprawling, 314-acre Fort Lauderdale-Davie campus and a presence throughout Florida, the U.S. and nine countries around the world. Through five decades of explosive growth, our reputation for academic excellence and innovation continues to flourish.

You may be able to submit for CPLP recertification credit.

As a friendly reminder, cancellations are due no less than 5 days prior to the program. Pre-Paid registrations will not be refunded after the fifth day and pending confirmations will be invoiced with payment due upon receipt. This policy will remain in effect as an effort to cover catering expense and unsold seating created by holding your reservation. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Photos are often taken during the program meeting to be used for newsletters, the website, social media and marketing purposes.  If you prefer not to appear in the image, please let the photographer know at the meeting. 

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