March 2002, Vol. 14, No. 3

Volunteer Appreciation and Management Members Only Content

Recognition for work well done motivates and inspires most people, but it is absolutely essential for volunteers. Rewards for volunteers do not come in the form of monetary compensation. And while money is important, what tends to motivate people to perform — and to perform at higher levels — is the thoughtful, personal kind of recognition that signifies true appreciation for a job well done.

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