On this page you’ll find a variety of useful links to blogs and commentaries about volunteer leadership from right around the world. Please alert us to any blogs that you may be aware of that we have not included in this list:
DJ Cronin Blog Spot – DJ hails from Brisbane, Australia and is a long time friend of OzVPM. DJ is a passionate advocate for the profession of volunteer leadership and his thoughts on volunteer managment are well worth reading
Flutterbye – Christine Stankowski shares her current trends and best practice specific to the management of volunteers . By joining the conversation, you can connect with the Flutterbye community, share your knowledge and learn new ways to enable sustainable volunteering.
Jayne Craven’s Blog – Jayne hails from Portland, Oregon. She has been a strong advocate for volunteerism globally for many years and is one of the world’s leading experts in online volunteerism. Jayne is never afriad to speak her mind!
Management4Volunteers Blog – Here’s another neat little blog by one of our friends out of New Zealand. Sue Hine describes herself as an ‘independant advocate’ and she is certainly one of the great stalwarts of the NZ volunteer management scene
OzVPM Hot Topics – At OzVPM, we were blogging long before they ever called it that! Our interactive Hot Topic columns date right back to 2003 and provide a great opportunity to engage in the topical debates of the day!
Rob Jackson’s Blog – Rob is arguably the UK’s leading voice in volunteer management. Over the year’s, Rob has held a variety of senior positions across the UK volunteer sector, including several years with Volunteering England.
Susan J Ellis’ Hot Topic Columns – Energize President Susan Ellis has been writing topical commentaries on volunteer management for more than two decades. Read Susan’s musings and make sure you take the time to respond
Volunteer Plain Talk – is a blog produced by Meridian Swift out of the USA. It often contains really great think pieces around the topic of volunteering and volunteer management – and is well worth a look