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  1. Steve Brown says:

    We are beginning our first cohort this Tuesday with our team leaders. We are reading, “The New GOLD Standard.” Looking forward to helping the leaders increase their influence on their teams. Thanks for the idea Danny

  1. March 15, 2017

    […] 5. Help them move up. Here’s a somewhat revolutionary thought: “yes-givers” may say yes not because they’re looking for more, but because they’re bored. If you have high-capacity volunteers on your team, they won’t be satisfied with small, repetitive tasks. So shepherd them into greater positions of leadership. Teach them to dream bigger dreams for a smaller slice of their overall portfolio. [Related post: Invest.] […]

  2. July 26, 2017

    […] to run) lots of events…from monthly all-campus guest services staff meetings to monthly high capacity volunteer cohorts to our annual Christmas Eve services to Workshops to Weekenders to Confabs. And because these […]

  3. November 16, 2017

    […] happened last week in a monthly meeting we host with some of our key volunteers. Honestly, I don’t even remember the “larger topic” right now. But I do remember […]

  4. August 14, 2018

    […] Also, I’m answering this from the perspective of our general volunteer team. We do offer a more formalized cohort for some of our high capacity volunteers each […]

  5. November 15, 2018

    […] Connections Confab, so he had his share of books dumped on him. He was also able to witness our High-Capacity Volunteer Cohort, a gathering centered around new books and new ideas. Michael […]

  6. January 23, 2020

    […] the years I’ve told you that the Cohort has been one of the best investments of my central team’s time. It’s an […]

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