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Author: Carl Barnhill

5 Things Your Volunteer Environments Must Have

For your volunteer environments to thrive, you must be intentional about the culture you’re creating. Part of your job, whether it’s in your job description or not, is to help create the culture in which your volunteers serve. I believe volunteer environments need five major components in order to be successful. 1. A Training or Equipping Element Volunteers need to know and be confident in what you’re asking them to do. Sure, some volunteers will take some initiative and find things to do to help, but the bulk of your team needs clear, solid direction on what you want...

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Negative Space

With any project, it can be much more powerful to leave things out rather than keep everything in. Let’s think about some of the most recognizable brands in our culture today. Brands like FedEx, Nike, and Apple keep their designs extremely clean and simple. In these designs, what isn’t there is just as important as what is. When designing art, what isn’t there is just as important as what is. When designing art, what isn’t there is just as important as what is. Without the ‘negative space’ in these designs, they would not be the recognizable brands they are...

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