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“Laddering” in Volunteer Management: What It Is, and Why It May Be Important

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In this month's Points of View, Rob Jackson and Erin R. Spink consider the importance of "laddering" in the volunteer management profession.  Jackson and Spink define laddering as “the opportunity to report to someone more senior than you who is also a leader of volunteers.” They help explain what difference this does and doesn't make, and why it may be important to the field. Join this important conversation about what could be the missing ingredient and a potential turning point for the future of volunteer engagement.