Invaluable Volunteering Skills you need On the journey to becoming a volunteer, you must first recognize that volunteering is chiefly about organized giving; hence a few inexplicable components of volunteering are organization, giving (value and resources) and love. Below are two key invaluable attributes of a volunteer that will help one translate passion to effective volunteer work of adding value and making lives better.
Interpersonal skills: These are skills we use daily when we communicate and interact with other people individually and even in groups. Volunteer work involves various levels of communication, hence being a flexible communicator is imperative. This my every means serves as a primarily as a bridge to showing love which volunteer work is truly about.
Administrative skills: These includes basic computing skills, book keeping, office management, human resources and secretarial competencies and a whole list of other skills. In simplest terms, these are skills that help create organizational structures that can sustain effective and efficient volunteer work. It all begins with love; love is the core basis of volunteer work, while organization is the vehicle that drives the expression of love in practice.