We all had a ball!

I knew I had picked the right woman for the job, when Moya whipped out a selection of Polaroid cameras.

Have you ever tried to document your story using a Polaroid camera?  I hadn’t and in fact I didn’t even know how to use a Polaroid.

In this workshop Moya Sayer-Jones led 16 Volunteer Managers on a journey of discovery with simple exercises and deep insights.

It was mind blowing to see how taking a simple photograph of the person next to you could open a Pandora ’s Box of connection and insight.

The vibe was palpable as Moya used her magic to awaken in us our innate ability to use story as a tool when engaging with volunteers and community.

Managers connected with one another and discovered new tools for storytelling.

I loved the whole thing-Moya was fantastic- so full of ideas and enthusiasm and I was enthralled for the whole time (Sarah, Children’s Hospital)

Of course the food was to-die-for, Lina (Third Person Catering) doesn’t do anything in halves delivering a standout morning tea for attendees. Everyone is still talking about the cream puffs! Oh the cream puffs!

If you missed this workshop you have one last chance to be invigorated by our highly regarded presenters.

Our final Forum for 2016, celebrating International Volunteer Manager’s Day, will be led by Les Robinson, author and expert in changeology.

Creative Recruiting & Revitalising your Volunteer Team will provide you with new concepts and approaches to take you into a new year of volunteer recruitment.  Hurry and book as places are limited.

By Lucy Haynes, Leep Senior Project Officer