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Employee Volunteers & Social Media: Best Practices in Storytelling for Your Company - Free VolunteerMatch Webinar with Chris Jarvis, Realized Worth, on 10/28

In the latest Best Practice Network webinar from VolunteerMatch, corporate volunteering consultant Chris Jarvis will help your company learn how to let employees tell their volunteering stories through social media.
Companies that are doing great things in their communities have great stories to tell – stories that can inspire customers, motivate employees and earn public respect.
Unfortunately, many of these stories are never told. Instead, they are filed away, lost in the chaos of everyday life and work. While policies that discourage employee-led communications about company programs are occasionally to blame, most companies either don’t know how to enable employees to share their engagement stories, or else believe they simply don’t have the time or resources to do it.
The truth is, the potential for companies to publicize the story of their community engagement has never been greater thanks to social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Companies, employees and even customers are able to share stories of meaningful community involvement through multiple, dynamic venues.
While it may not be as easy as starting a blog or sending a few tweets, this webinar, "Employee Volunteers & Social Media: Best Practices in Storytelling for Your Company," will show you it isn’t as difficult as you may think. In fact, it’s probably exactly what your corporate volunteering program has needed all along.
Speaker Profile: Chris Jarvis, CoFounder and Senior Consultant, Realized Worth
Chris Jarvis is the Senior Consultant for Realized Worth located in Toronto, Canada. His expertise is in designing and implementing Employee Volunteer Programs. Over the past 20 years, Chris has worked alongside NPO's across North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia utilizing a model that elevates volunteerism from a task-oriented activity to a transformative experience. Chris' model avoids the complexity of most popular approaches in Volunteer Management Theory, while increasing participation and satisfaction rates. Participants become more invigorated and productive in their respective places of employment.
Best Practice Network Webinars are free, hour-long events.
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