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Webinar: Volunteer Leadership During a Pandemic

  • July 30, 2020
  • 1:00 PM

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“Volunteer Leadership During a Pandemic”

A 90-minute Webinar presented by Eileen McConville, MBA, CAVS

Thursday, July 30, 2020 – 1:00 P.M. CST

Attendees will recieve 1.5 Contact Hours/.15 CEUs

Eileen’s presentation will provide ideas for new or different volunteer positions that leaders can propose to their hospital administration. All attendees will be encouraged to be proactive in creating value for the organization and continue to provide services. Highlights include:

  • ·                     Now is the time for online application, orientation, annual education and online scheduling. Steps and examples provided.
  • ·                     Ways to use volunteers remotely, out of doors, or carefully indoors. Examples of volunteer positions with service descriptions will be offered.
  • ·                     Steps volunteer leaders can take to proactively propose volunteer services to clinical and support departments. Comments, questions and suggestions will be integral to this section.

Attendees will receive an 8 to 10 question survey in advance of the webinar.

About the Speaker:

With 30 years healthcare experience, including more than 14 years as a volunteer leader for a large medical center, Eileen McConville brings front-line experience to her speaking engagements.  At New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, NC Eileen lead a volunteer workforce of more than 900 active volunteers who donated 175,500 hours in a single year. NHRMC had the first volunteer RN team in the state and allowed Eileen and her team to be innovative and impactful in their approach to volunteer services.

Eileen currently serves on the AHVRP Publications Committee and is actively assisting in editing and updating their publication, “In A Nutshell.” Eileen was also chosen by AHVRP to be the presenter for their “Principles of Volunteer Management” intensive course.  She has spoken at the national, regional and state level.

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