Does the Manager Tools Trinity work when leading a team of volunteers? I am on staff with a non-profit organization and I am part of a team of seven with six volunteers who serve under me. So far, I have operated under the premise that I love what I do so much that I would do it even if it wasn't a paid position, because the rewards of the work are a form of compensation in and of themselves. Is it fair to expect a high level of excellence from my team and therefore roll out the Trinity as though they were staff? I have vaguely communicated the idea that I am approachable to my team. After hearing about one-on-ones, I realized I haven't really backed that up. The Trinity seems like an ideal way to invest in my people, but I don't want to try to use a screwdriver in place of a hammer and end up frustrating them along the way. Thanks in advance!