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Leadership Boards…. Do you have a LOVE Connection??. March 13, 2013. conference Overview. Introductions Session Goals Case Study Review Questions and Answers. Board Fundamentals. Clear Mission (KNOW YOUR GOAL!) 3 M’s…. Members Marketing Maintain (advocacy).

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Leadership boards do you have a love connection

Leadership Boards….Do you have a LOVE Connection??

March 13, 2013


Conference overview

conference Overview

  • Introductions

  • Session Goals

  • Case Study Review

  • Questions and Answers


Board fundamentals

Board Fundamentals

  • Clear Mission (KNOW YOUR GOAL!)

  • 3 M’s….

    • Members

    • Marketing

    • Maintain (advocacy)


Marketplace overview where s everyone going

marketplace OverviewWHERE’S EVERYONE GOING?


A case study aging well project

a case StudyAging Well Project:

Mission:

To create an environment in which older adults can age well

Part of a national project funded nationally by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and locally by various foundations


A case study aging well project1

a case StudyAging Well Project:

Local Structure:

Area agency on aging (fiscal agent)

Governing Council

Community Action teams (CAT)

Workgroups


A case study aging well project2

a case StudyAging Well Project:

Challenges and Opportunities:

* Doing to older adults vs. doing with them

* Older adult driven vs. agency driven

* Balanced representation

* Relationship between council and individual agencies

* Support/Presence from the top

* Fund Development

* Sustainability


A case study aging well project3

a case StudyAging Well Project:

Lessons Learned:

* Mission matters and FOCUS IS CRITICAL!

* Execution trumps strategy

* Leadership is crucial

* Change comes hard

* Know when to hold ‘em Know when to fold ‘em

* Build a strong culture

* Define the difference you want to make

* Need top involvement/support

* It is not about the money

* Set measureable accomplishable goals

* Make sure you have referral sources

* Use existing assets where possible

* Celebrate!!!


Leadership boards do you have a love connection

Some Common Questions:1. How does an organization make the coalition have a lifespan perspective?2. How do we sell people/organizations on the benefits of being part of the coalition?3. What are some methods on sustaining board members  (ie-leadership succession models)


Leadership boards do you have a love connection

Some Common Questions:Continued……4. How to energize & reenergize a coalition with only a handful of committed members?!5. What is the role and responsibilities of the Board members?6. How do we ensure that the Board members feel engaged and valued?


Ideal board member

Ideal Board Member


Knowing the roles

knowing the Roles

  • THE IDEAL BOARD MEMBER

  • Why Chuck?

  • >> He’s the connector.

  • >> He evaluates the interests/characteristics of one party and introduces them to another party.

  • >> He doesn’t tell them how to date, but offers his advice on how they might date better.

  • >> If everyone likes each other, he pays for the 2nd date!


Adapting to change case study 1 madonna

adapting to ChangeCASE STUDY #1: MADONNA


Adapting to change case study 1 boy george

adapting to ChangeCASE STUDY #1: Boy George


Sphere of influence

sphereof Influence

  • FAMILY/RELATIVES

  • Friends

  • Their immediate friends

  • Community (incl. worship)

  • Network and Connections

  • Personal Activities

  • Work

  • SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • Banker

  • Car dealer

  • Stock Broker

  • Coffee Shop

  • Landlord/Doorman

  • Mechanic

  • Store Clerk

  • Waitress / Bartender

  • SIGNIFICANT OTHER/ CHILDREN

  • Work

  • Friends

  • In-laws

  • School (PTA/Teachers)

  • Activities (Personal, Work, School, Coaches)

  • Connections

  • COMMUNICATION

  • Email

  • Internet Groups

  • Blogs/Personal Website

  • Letters

  • Telephone and Voicemail

  • Text Messaging

  • Online Social Networks

  • NEIGHBORHOOD

  • Associations

  • Newsletters

  • Neighbors

  • Events

  • Community Meetings

  • Block Clubs/Neighborhood Groups

ME

  • PERSONAL ACTIVITIES

  • Gym/Athletics

  • Clubs/Associations

  • Talents/Hobbies

  • Leisure Activities

  • Travel

  • Transportation

  • Alumni Groups

  • COMMUNITY

  • Local Businesses

  • Community Centers

  • Newspapers

  • Worship (Bulletin, event space)

  • WORK: PAST & PRESENT

  • Co-workers

  • Clients

  • Networks and Connections

  • Matching Gifts

  • Space, Sponsor, In-kind

  • Newsletter/ Other Company Comm.

  • FRIENDS: PAST & PRESENT

  • Work

  • Immediate Friends

  • Extended Family

  • Activities

  • Connections

  • College Contacts


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