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“Welcome to Waypoints” Washington D.C. Governing Board 10-14 September 2014. Waypoints Keep Districts and Squadrons on Course. Charting The Course Think of DIR as a NavAid Old Chart or a New Chart? Common Waypoints Add your own Waypoints Adjust your Bearings Share your Experiences.

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Welcome to waypoints washington d c governing board 10 14 september 2014

“Welcome to Waypoints”Washington D.C. Governing Board10-14 September 2014


Waypoints keep districts and squadrons on course

Waypoints Keep Districts and Squadrons on Course

  • Charting The Course

  • Think of DIR as a NavAid

  • Old Chart or a New Chart?

  • Common Waypoints

  • Add your own Waypoints

  • Adjust your Bearings

  • Share your Experiences


Charting the course

Charting the Course

  • Where are You Now?

  • Where Do You want to Go?

  • Chart the Course we offer

  • Or, Chart your Own Course

  • Maintain a Course Lookout

  • Change Course as Needed


Doing it right is a navaid

Doing it Right is a NavAid

  • A Self-Assessment Nav Tool

  • Regular Feedback

  • Two-way Information

  • Downloadable Statistics

  • Access to Other Squadron Success Stories

  • Ability to Share Your Story, Your Ideas


Old chart or a new chart

Old Chart or a New Chart?

  • A New Day, A New Course

  • Traditional Waypoints

  • Regional Waypoints

  • Demographic Waypoints

  • Community Waypoints

  • Set Your Own Course

  • Share the Helm

  • Be Bold


Start with common waypoints

Start with Common Waypoints

  • Member Retention Activities on and off the water

  • Ongoing Class Offerings

  • Your Community Presence

  • Newsletters and Website communications

  • Youth Programs

  • Vessel Safety Programs

  • Cooperative Charting


Incorporate local waypoints

Incorporate Local Waypoints

  • Recognize Local Boating Opportunities and Challenges

  • Coastal vs Inland Waypoints

  • Build upon Past Successes

  • Step up to Local Requests

  • Fill the Gaps

  • Seek New Partnerships

  • Take some Risks

  • Have some Fun


Adjust your bearings

Adjust Your Bearings

  • Set Goals and Measure

  • Stay off the Rocks.

  • Change Course if Needed

  • Look to Others for Ideas

  • Use the DIR resources

  • Contact other Squadrons

  • Contact the National Membership Committee [email protected]


Share your experiences

Share your Experiences

  • Spread the Word

  • Publish articles of success

  • We want to hear from You

  • Rewarded by Recognition

  • Achieving District Honor Roll Status sets the bar high

  • Doing it Right Recognition will spotlight innovative ideas and programs


Welcome to waypoints washington d c governing board 10 14 september 2014

“Waypoints”R/C Mary Paige Abbott, SNStf/C Jim Pahl-Washa, JNP/D/C Wayne Lambert, APR/C Kristi Watson Anderson, PR/C Susan Darcy, JNSpecial AcknowledgmentStf/C Sandy Krupa, P

Charting a New Course for

Doing it Right

[email protected]


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