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The Community Leadership Handbook: Framing Ideas, Building Relationships, and Mobilizing Resources

by James F. Krile. Fieldstone Alliance, 2006.

This resource for volunteer staff offers endless ideas and resources on how to identify community assets, analyze community problems, build social capital, and more.

Offerings

conflict styles checklist, communication ground rules, neighborhood asset inventory, using social capital, tools for mobilizing resources, nurturing volunteers

Best For

clergy, lay leaders, volunteer managers

Cost

purchase as a book or e-book

Suggested Uses

  • Identify community assets that might be helpful to your volunteer work by using the neighborhood asset inventory.
  • Train and retain volunteers through appreciative inquiry tactics and learning effective communication skills.

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