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Employee Leading and Volunteer Leading
Employee leading and volunteer leading

Many studies of leadership in the voluntary sector reveal this as more of a challenge than managing paid employees (see Trach and Thompson, 2007, and Stidl and Bradach, 2009, as examples of a large body of literature). Here, we are looking at the challenge of the leadership of volunteers in social enterprises, mission-oriented movements and other not-for-profit organizations. These are usually in charitable, philanthropic contexts, but volunteers also play an important role in hospitals, schools, local government and political parties; as well is in self-help groups, sports clubs and civic associations. In times of crisis citizens often ...

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