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Managing Resources behaviors

The single behaviours are summarised in different headlines that illustrate what “managing resources” means for youth workers behaviour-wise. The “cluster headlines” do not name behaviours as such; these can be found through clicking on the lists.

Youth workers consider the needs of young people and other indirect beneficiaries. + -

Thus, they:

  • pay particular attention to the young people’s well-being
  • acknowledge and celebrate young people’s efforts
  • develop programmes or activities based on a needs and opportunities analysis
  • build and maintain a good relationship with individuals and the entire group, taking their environment into account
Youth workers are required to involve and encourage young people to take on an active role. + -


  • encourage young people to take risks, including bridging to others outside their in-group 
  • encourage and support young people in managing resources – if possible, in an environmentally friendly way
The key focus is not only on ensuring new resources, but also on capitalising on the existing ones. + -

Therefore, it is helpful that youth workers:

  • recruit and manage volunteers and paid staff 
  • fundraise and manage financial resources
  • build on resources and opportunities from partnerships to increase the quality and impact of the project, both offline and online 
Youth workers demonstrate self-management skills. + -

They are:

  • able to regulate one’s own actions, feelings and thoughts in order to focus on the work and follow the aims

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