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A comprehensive plan can focus human and financial resources on meeting organizational priorities and needs through strategic volunteer engagement. JFFixler Group facilitates a process to develop a volunteer engagement plan that aligns with and supports an organization’s strategic plan and positions the organization for success. The result is a clearly articulated plan that guides organizations towards greater volunteer engagement impact and results.
JFFixler Group will facilitate a volunteer engagement planning process that includes:
" Beth Steinhorn was a tremendous facilitator. She presented our team with up-to-date information about lay engagement. Beth also got us to look at volunteers ina whole new light. Thank you Beth and the entire JFFixler Group team for getting us to understand how lay leaders will not only help the organization, but also help each of us to do more and better work on behalf of this organization for which we are all so passionate." —Scott L. Levin, Regional Director, Anti-Defamation League
“Jill's challenging and insightful coaching was invaluable. She struck the balance between fostering professional development while integrating approaches that motivated me to address our organizational needs. Jill's on-going encouragement and guidance gave me the opportunity to feel comfortable stretching my leadership skills, embracing change and implementing sustainable programs.” —Kim McElroy, Director, Volunteer Engagement, North Bay Regional Health Centre
“Jill's wealth of knowledge around volunteer engagement and all things volunteer is well known and respected. Her tenacity, contacts in the volunteer world, and understanding of the subject matter put her above the rest. Her terrific people skills create an individual who is a joy with which to work." —Marte Meyer, Vice President, 9Health Fair
“It has been my pleasure to work with Jill Fixler this past year in changing the culture of our hospital Volunteer program. Jill was able to see our vision, our current environment, and what we needed to do to have a successful transition not only for our Volunteer department. but to get buy-in from hospital administration and management. We have created new volunteer assignments that require contemporary skill sets, and hospital staff are seeing volunteers value in a new light. ” —Nancy Whyte, Director of Volunteer Services, Senior Services and Community Education, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital