Photo: UN Volunteer interacting with a child living at Malakal Protection of Civilians site (UNMISS) in South Sudan
© Janet Adongo / UNV, 2018
60 and 90 Days Checklist
Confident, capable, poised to reach their full potential – your volunteer will know to take responsibility for their work and development, but here’s where you’re still needed to help reach their full potential.
with formal or casual meetings, to check how your volunteer is getting on and what support you can offer to help, explain or problem solve.
Let stakeholders and key colleagues know you’re changing focus and gather resources your volunteer will need.
or introduce them to your contacts, to help build relationships for information, leads, and learning opportunities.
that the volunteer could get involved in.
or cross-functional team for your volunteer to join.
and tasks you know will broaden their experience and push them to overcome new challenges.
Continue having discussions on performance and progress into the future. Encourage the volunteer to reflect on experience and acknowledge acquired skills and competencies. The more you do, the better they perform at work, and the better they can articulate their learning and development to future employers.