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As a new leader of a volunteer organization, what can I do to prepare myself for situations out of my own area of expertise?  
Although a leader is expected to have a certain level of knowledge and skills to perform his/her job, a leader cannot possibly be an expert on all matters. One way to prepare yourself for situations you may not be as familiar with is to know what resources and expertise is available in your community or within your reach outside of your community. Identify community leaders and learn the talents and expertise of those within your organization and allow them to assist you when faced with situations that are out of your area of expertise. Oftentimes, they will welcome the opportunity to participate.
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