Presentations from AVM2016, The National Conference

The following is an overview of the content from AVM2016, The National Conference:


Keynote: How volunteering will continue to fit in with the future strategy of NCVO

Karl Wilding – Director of Public Policy and Volunteering at NCVO

Karl’s Presentation on SlideShare


Keynote: 10 ideas for volunteer managers from the corporate world

Joe Saxton – Driver of Ideas at nfpSynergy and its founder

Joe’s Presentation on SlideShare


Workshop A – Great Scott! – Future Trends & Issues in Volunteer Management

Rob Jackson – Rob Jackson Consulting

Rob’s Presentation on SlideShare


Workshop B – Volunteers and The Law – What Do I Need to Know?

Mark Restall – Author of Volunteers and the Law, trainer, writer and consultant

Mark’s Presentation on SlideShare


Workshop C – DeMontfort University And National Trust Research

Professor Anne-Marie Greene – De Montfort University

Annabel Smith – National Trust

Anne-Marie and Annabel’s Presentation on SlideShare


Workshop D – Measuring Volunteer Impact

Joanna Stuart – Senior Research Officer at NCVO Institute for Volunteering Research

Joanna’s Presentation on Slideshare


Workshop E – Volunteering & Digital Media

David Hunt – Digital Manager at Leonard Cheshire Disability

David’s Presentation on SlideShare


Workshop F – Volunteers And The Law – Ask Me Anything!

Mark Restall – Author of Volunteers and the Law, trainer, writer and consultant

Mark’s Presentation on SlideShare

About Patrick Daniels

I work for Resolution as Operations Manager.

One thought on “Presentations from AVM2016, The National Conference

  1. Thank you! Are the measuring impact session slides going to be made available? I’d like to share them with colleagues. Thanks!

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