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What should an advisor to a volunteer organization expect from the organization?  
The relationship between an advisor and an organization should be mutually beneficial. In other words, someone should not take on the role of advisor to an organization because he/she feels obligated to do so. It should be something he/she wants to do. The advisor and leaders of the volunteer organization should clearly identify what is expected of the advisor in terms of support, commitment of time and involvement. The advisor’s role is to provide information, experiences, and mentoring to the organization’s leaders. Therefore, the advisor should expect the organization’s leaders to respect his/her counsel. They may not always agree with the advisor or follow his/her advise, but they should at least consider it.
Keywords: Leadership, Organizational relationship, Advisors

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