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SLA Welcomes You to Your Role as Chapter President/ President-Elect Presented by: Linda N. Broussard Moderated by: Libby Trudell, Chapter Cabinet Chair Objectives for Call Introduce you to Leadership and staff liaisons Brief you on your role Introduce you to Leadership Resources

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sla welcomes you to your role as chapter president president elect

SLA Welcomes You to Your Role as Chapter President/President-Elect

Presented by: Linda N. Broussard

Moderated by: Libby Trudell, Chapter Cabinet Chair

objectives for call
Objectives for Call
  • Introduce you to Leadership and staff liaisons
  • Brief you on your role
  • Introduce you to Leadership Resources
  • What’s On the Horizon?
  • Answer your questions
  • Discuss ideas
liaisons
Liaisons
  • Libby Trudell, Chapter Cabinet Chair
    • libby.trudell@thomson.com
  • Susan Fifer Canby, Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect
    • sfiferca@ngs.org
  • Linda Broussard, Chief Community Officer
    • lbroussard@sla.org
    • +1.703.647.4938
your resources
Your Resources
  • www.sla.org/leaders
    • Chapter and Division Recommended Practices
  • Communication with Your Peers and International Headquarters
    • Leadership discussion list
    • Governance discussion list
    • Chapter Cabinet Community of Practice
  • Leadership and Staff Liaison
  • Leadership Department - leadership@sla.org
direct chapter leaders to their training
Direct Chapter Leaders to Their Training
  • Encourage all to participate in the Click U Live leadership training…or review replays
responsibilities of president
Responsibilities of President
  • Communications
    • Speak or act on matters within your official responsibility
      • new or controversial matters should be referred to SLA President or CEO
    • Represent chapter’s views to Chapter Cabinet
    • Always copy President-Elect on correspondence
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Responsibilities of President
  • Appointment Duties
    • Chairs of Committees
    • Auditor
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Responsibilities of President
  • Meeting Attendance
    • All Chapter meetings & Annual Business Meeting
    • Chapter board meetings
    • Chapter/Joint Cabinet meetings at Annual Conference and Leadership Summit
    • Leadership Training
    • SLA Board meetings
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Responsibilities of President
  • Reporting Duties
    • REQUIRED
      • Annual Report due 1 December
      • Annual Financial Report due 31 January
    • Necessary
      • Officer/Committee Chair roster
    • Periodic requests
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Responsibilities of President
  • General
    • Chair executive board and advisory board
    • Know your chapter governing document and practices
    • Read communications
    • Prepare budget in consultation with treasurer
    • Serve as ex officio member of all committees except nominating
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Responsibilities of President
  • General cont’d.
    • Recommend to Board actions to improve services to members of chapter
    • Review all Board documents
    • Communicate to members via bulletin, web or other communication vehicles
    • Interview scholarship candidates or delegate to a member
    • Transfer files
responsibilities of president elect
Responsibilities of President-Elect
  • Serves as a member of the Executive Board
  • Substitutes for President
  • Attends meetings (same as for President)
  • Learn
  • Recruits Advisory Board members
  • In some Chapters, the President-Elect has responsibility for program planning; consider appointing a committee
  • Other duties as assigned
responsibilities of both
Responsibilities of Both
  • Use every means possible to recruit and retain members of YOUR SLA
    • Check Leadership Knowledge Center
    • Contribute ideas, too
    • Chapter Idea Bank (wiki)
communications
Communications
  • Leadership Connections
  • Leadership Discussion List
    • Governance Discussion List (optional)
  • Chapter Cabinet Community of Practice
  • Chapter Cabinet Meetings
  • Board Documents
leadership resources
Leadership Resources
  • Order reports
  • Order mailing labels, e-mails
  • Leadership Knowledge Center
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • SurveyMonkey
  • Membership recruitment brochure and template for YOUR chapter
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Leadership Resources
  • Business Cards
  • Certificate Template
  • Communications Tools, including discussion lists for your chapter and chapter board, wikis, blogs, etc.
  • Teleconferencing via WebEx
what s on the horizon
What’s On the Horizon
  • Learning Labs
  • Preparing for realignment of the association and your chapter
  • Green initiative
  • Planning for Centennial celebrations
  • The online membership database for your chapter
  • Poster session of Best Practices at Annual Conference
thank you for your time

Thank You for Your Time

Have a great year!

See you at Leadership Development Institute in Seattle