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For example, different leader participants noted that Participant 1: older family members were served very well here so I thought it would be a good place to give back. Participant 2: I was more familiar with this institution. As a child if we were ever hurt, this is the hospital that we would go to, or when my parents had surgeries this is where they were. 38 FRANCINE SCHLOSSER ET AL. Participant 3: You walk in and everyone sincerely smiles and says hi. However, through discussion and otherwise, all the volunteers and leaders were aware of the value they contributed to the bottom line of the hospital, noting that there were huge cost savings with their volunteering.
For example, volunteers may view their unpaid contribution in terms of the education and skills they developed in their previous paid careers. For example, a retired automotive executive may wish to utilize previous corporate leadership experiences in an unpaid volunteer assignment in a healthcare facility. In contrast, the relational self is deﬁned in terms of how others view the individual. Accordingly, volunteer leaders deﬁne their contribution through their interaction with other hospital stakeholders such as patients, paid employees, other volunteers, and institutions such as the union and the hospital management.
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