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Are you interested in the 21st-century world of volunteering?

Do you want to know how to get people to give you some of their time in our modern, busy world?

Are you looking for support to plan for successful volunteer engagement?

We can help.

Welcome to Rob Jackson Consulting Ltd where we are all about engaging and inspiring people to bring about change. 

"Professional, informative, inspirational, current"

"Amazing inspiring motivating trainer in Volunteer Management"

We provide consultancy, writing, speaking and training services in strategic volunteer engagement and volunteer management.

Across our website, you can find out how we can help you as well as a bit of information about who we are and what we stand for.

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"Rob Jackson Consulting Ltd are excellent to work with. We would strongly recommend Rob, both to deliver workshops and as a keynote speaker. He runs a very professional consultancy, offering very good value for money."


Read the latest from our blog on Wordpress or Medium

In our latest blog postRob sets out the importance of us taking action in response to Sir Stuart Etherington's new year letter to the sector.

"In all our diversity, Volunteer Managers need to be front and centre in responding to Sir Stuart’s call to be bold for volunteering. We need to make our voices heard and help shape the debate. If we don’t, it will be shaped for us, potentially by those who do not have the knowledge, skills and experience we do. Or worse, this moment will pass and nothing will change."

You can always read more of Rob's writing on our blog, published on Wordpress and Medium.

Photo courtesy of Christina Meyer-King, CHRISTA IMAGES 

In his latest monthly column for Third Sector online, Rob gives five tips to reach out and find fantastic volunteers 

Volunteers increasingly come with a lifetime of skills and abilities that they want to use to help good causes. Sadly, their experiences aren’t always positive. Those working with volunteers often have low status in an organisation and can’t do much to change things for the better. Volunteers might get angry and frustrated at having to deal with someone so junior."

Read the full article online and please feel free to share your thoughts by leaving a comment.



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