🌳Building a committed team

  • Look for people who are committed to the organization and its goals.

    • Seek out individuals who are passionate about psychedelics and can benefit from being in service to the community.

    • Consider including therapists, coaches, and guides who can also benefit from new connections and the opportunity to share their gifts.

  • Encourage volunteers to offer events or workshops that excite them

    • This will increase their engagement and investment in the organization.

  • Develop a vetting process for volunteers to ensure they are trustworthy and competent.

  • Be cautious when offering β€œguiding services,” as it can lead to liability issues. Consider offering a separate payment option and avoid promoting specific individuals or services.

  • Remember that building a good team takes time and effort, but it is essential for the success of your organization.

  • Try not to elect people who don't have any experience with those roles

    • i.e; PPS never had an accountant as the treasurer

    • Find a project manager, find an administrative director to actually direct things - it will take them less time and will be more effective and they will enjoy it because they know what they're doing

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