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What are some things that a leader can do to increase the morale of the organization's volunteers, particularly when located outside the Continental United States (OCONUS)?  
In addition to showing appreciation, respect and demonstrating good basic volunteer management techniques, leaders of volunteers in an organization located outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) can look for local community or host nation issues that may be affecting the morale and motivation of the organization and its volunteers. It might be that some of your volunteers feel a bit isolated by living in a foreign country. Provide opportunities for volunteers to participate in events with local groups that can serve to integrate your volunteers into the local community or host nation. Holding joint events with host nation organizations is good for both the organizations and all the individuals involved.
Keywords: motivate, Leadership, volunteer management

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Army Community Service The Army Family Readiness Group Leader's Handbook Publication
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