Some of the organizational interventions they are working with are related to mental health, juvenile justice, child welfare, homeless population ad education among others. The success of these practices are based on the organization culture and the extent of established trust, open lines of communication and skill development. The success of this community is evolving from a rural, impoverished region to an economically viable urban area is dependent on service availability, continuity, and responsiveness; positive therapeutic relationships; adherence to protocols; and adoption of efficacies treatment. The community is committed to ensuring that services such as housing, health, education and water resources that are limited in the region can keep pace with the growth in the region through continued economic diversification.
(1.3) Description of the Essential Elements to Develop Staff and Volunteers in an Organization
I would describe one of the most essential elements of developing staff and volunteers in an organization to be motivation. This notion is echoed by the People In Aid, in their recent research. The research reiterated that the essential elements to develop staff and volunteers are motivation, performance management, the level of engagement and retention rate.