Mission Im Possible : How Sponsors Can Develop and Optimize Chapter Life. Presenter : Dr. Kathi Vosevich, COA Facilitator : Ms. Caitlin Burnside. Agenda. Develop a clear mission statement Craft a sponsor job description Craft a chapter president job description
Presenter: Dr. Kathi Vosevich, COA
Facilitator: Ms. Caitlin Burnside
Develop a clear mission statement
Craft a sponsor job description
Craft a chapter president job description
Create measurable outcomes
GOAL: Develop re-usable examples in real-time workgroups, as we try to be effective leaders, cultivate relationships, manage risk, and motivate students for success.
--adapted from the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education
How can you disseminate this mission?
How can you make it known?
How can you judge if it is appropriate?
What will the review cycle be?
Is it consistent with your school mission?
Is student learning emphasized?
At Shorter, this job is considered SERVICE to the school.
But maybe you can maneuver for a raise?
Should you have your Chapter President sign a contract?
How can you make your job descriptions clear?
Does your Chapter President have a “job” description?
Are the descriptions consistent with your school mission?
What skills are necessary at YOUR school?
In other words, SMART—just like an Alpha Chi Member!
What are some examples of SMART outcomes that you can develop and use?
How many do you need? Let’s shoot for three!
Hold a lessons learned meeting for continual process improvement.
Establish expectations and maintain accountability.
Create buy-in among all stakeholders—sponsors, students, upper administration—due to the rigor of assessment.
Substantiate the need for celebration of scholarship and service.
Provide a basis for fundraising.
I would like to thank Alpha Chi for giving me the opportunity to attend the Mortar Board Leadership Workshop.