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BEE a Leader. REGIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE 2011. PRESENTED BY: <insert name> . MRS. Information and resources provided by the District Members Relations Committee 2011-2012. KEY CLUB LEADERS. SECTION ONE. KEY CLUB LEADERS. WHAT ARE THE POSITIONS IN KEY CLUB?. CLUB. MEMBER – EDITOR –

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Bee a leader

BEE a Leader

REGIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE 2011

PRESENTED BY: <insert name>

MRS

Information and resources provided by the

District Members Relations Committee 2011-2012


Bee a leader

KEY CLUB LEADERS

SECTION ONE


What are the positions in key club

KEY CLUB LEADERS

WHAT ARE THE POSITIONS IN KEY CLUB?

CLUB

MEMBER –

EDITOR –

TREASURER –

SECRETARY –

VICE PRESIDENT –

PRESIDENT –

“What do YOU think their role is?”


What are the positions in key club1

KEY CLUB LEADERS

WHAT ARE THE POSITIONS IN KEY CLUB?

DIVISION

  • CLUBS –

  • LTG –

INTERNATIONAL

  • DISTRICTS –

  • INTERNATIONAL BOARD–

    • District Governors

    • Trustees

    • President

    • Vice President

REGION

  • DIVISIONS –

  • REGIONAL ADVISOR –

DISTRICT

  • REGIONS –

  • DISTRICT BOARD –

    • LTGs

    • Committee Chairs –

    • Executives –


Bee a leader

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

SECTION TWO


Professionalism

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

PROFESSIONALISM

ATTIRE

  • Dress accordingly!

  • You should always dress “one up” from your audience

Casual

Business Casual

Business Professional

Formal

Semi-Formal


Professionalism1

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

PROFESSIONALISM

WHAT AM I GOING TO WEAR?

Casual

Business Casual

Business Professional

Formal

Semi-Formal


Communication

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

COMMUNICATION

E-MAIL

SPEAKING

  • BEE inspiring with your words.

  • Keep your members in the loop!

  • Frequency –> communications

  • Short and sweet

  • Reread and be mindful of tone

  • Check spelling and grammar

  • Have a professional signature:

  • Name

  • Position

  • Division, Region

  • District

  • Contact information

  • Use proper grammar

  • Do not use slang

  • Enunciate your words so your audience can understand what you are saying

  • Be polite and prompt with your topic

  • Do not prolong your presentation longer than you need to.


Communication1

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

COMMUNICATION

FEEDBACK

ACTIVE LISTENING

  • Pay Attention!

  • Be aware of your surroundings

  • Stay sharp!

  • Remember deadlines!

  • Two sided

  • Talking TO people, not AT them

  • For YOU to grow

  • Allow members to offer suggestions and input

  • Gain new ideas

“Leadership… means listening from time to time.”

- George W. Bush


Confidence

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

CONFIDENCE

“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”

- Robert F. Kennedy

Mindset

Take Risks

Put your mind to your goals.

Think about your goals that you set during the beginning of your term and reach those goals.

Do what you can to succeed!

Weigh the pro’s and con’s of every situation! Do not always act on impulse!

  • Taking risks can test your leadership ability!

  • Trust yourself enough to make the right decisions when taking risks.

Have confidence, courage, motivation, and vision!


Educate

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

EDUCATE

Yourself and Your Members

  • Research your topics

  • The more you know, the more your audience will know

  • Prepared to answer any questions

  • Ask the questions that members don’t know how to ask

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.”

- John F. Kennedy


Delegate tasks

TIPS ON BEING A LEADER

DELEGATE TASKS

Delegating

Your Team

  • Be able to delegate tasks to peers

  • Provide the opportunities for others to lead. Give them leadership opportunities that will inspire them to become leaders as well!

  • Do not do everything by yourself!

  • Learn to say “No”.

  • Although you might prefer to do things yourself, take some weight off your shoulders and allow others to help you.

Do not feel like you are alone! You have tons of people to help you!

You have a team for a reason! Ask them for help!

They are available to help you reach your goals and you are there to help them as well!

“Delegating work works, providing the one delegating works, too.”

- Robert Half


Bee a leader

SECTION THREE

LEADERSHIP


Bee assertive

LEADING

BEE ASSERTIVE

ASSERTIVENESS

Be stern but nice

APPROACHABLE

Be friendly and easy to approach

Enthusiasm

Share your happiness!

“Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion.”

- Hardy D. Jackson


Bee understanding

LEADING

BEE UNDERSTANDING

“Understanding is a two way street.”

- Plato

REASONABLE

Be reasonable with your actions

PASSION

Express your passion

EXPLANATIONS

Consider the “excuses”


Go bee a leader

Go BEE a Leader

Questions? Comments? Concerns?

MRS

Information and resources provided by the

District Members Relations Committee 2011-2012


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