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Technology is imbedded in all that we do, from connecting our internal processes to connecting the outside world to the inside world. Technology breaks down so many barriers including geography, diversity and generational. Though technology can be intimidating, it can also be your best friend. Learn more...

23/10/2014
When: 23/10/2014
9:30 AM
Where: Volunteer Toronto Board Room
344 Bloor Street West
Suite 404
Toronto, Ontario 
Canada
Presenter: Lori Gotlieb


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CCVI Standard 12: Technology: How to Make Technology Work for You, Not Against You

Technology is imbedded in all that we do, from connecting our internal processes to connecting the outside world to the inside world. Technology breaks down so many barriers including geography, diversity and generational. Though technology can be intimidating, it can also be your best friend.

It can keep you up to date, engage volunteers in new ways, communicate faster and more effectively and accomplish goals in new ways.

CCVI Standard 12: Technology

Volunteers are engaged and supported within the organization through the integration and intentional use of current technology. New opportunities to strengthen volunteer engagement and capacity through the use of technology are evaluated continually.

This workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to:

  • Discover how the use of technology can build capacity.
  • Discuss new opportunities and strategies for integrating technology to achieve goals.
  • Learn how to evaluate using technology.
  • Learn how to use social media and other technology tools to market and connect with your community.

Join us for this interactive workshop to learn how to make your volunteer program thrive through the use of new technology.

Throughout 2014, VT will be offering workshops on the Organizational Standards of the CCVI to develop the sector’s ability to get full value from this remarkable resource.


 

Presenter: Lori Gotlieb

The President of Lori Gotlieb Consulting as well as Head of Chapters and Volunteers for the International Institute for Business Analysis( IIBA®),  as well as a community and corporate resource expert in volunteerism. Lori is also working with Humber College as a curriculum leader for the new Volunteer Management Leadership Certificate and will be teaching the courses that she developed as well. She has built volunteer programs both locally and nationally in a variety of not for profit organizations.  She has been sought after for quotes and content for a variety of media outlets as a subject matter expert. 

Lori is an internationally published author and was a contributing author of the recently published academic book The Volunteer Management Handbook, 2nd Edition.  She has also written articles published both in print and online, including regular contributions to Charity Village’s website.  In addition to writing, Lori has facilitated numerous workshops to many different audiences across Canada. 

Lori has herself been a very involved volunteer in the field - She has participated as a mentor for the PAVR-O Mentor Program since its inception in 2010, she is the past president of the Toronto Association of Volunteer Administration, a Past Chair of the Advisory Committee at Humber College, Fundamentals of Volunteer Management and the Enriched courses, and a content editor for the International Journal of Volunteer Management. Lori is also a founding board member of Alli’s Journey and past board member of Community Outreach Program in Addictions.

As the 2012 recipient of the Linda Buchanan Award for Excellence in Volunteer Management, Lori continues to practice excellence and push the boundaries of traditional volunteer management through her writing and teaching.

 

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