What's the best way to manage volunteers with very different motivation levels?

If some people are all in and others can only give the bare minimum, then it's time to review your organization’s structure and consider a new system

In this episode of "What's YOUR Problem?," Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder answers this question:

I’m a chief officer for a small volunteer department. We have some members who are very involved and driven and many others who want to help but don’t have the same availability or drive. I don’t want to turn anyone away; we need all the help we can get. But it’s hard to know how to manage two very different groups."

Check out Goldfeder’s response.

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