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  1. Leading in a Time of Change Gene R. Carter Affiliate Leadership Conference Chantilly, Virginia April 27, 2002

  2. “Isn’t it strange that princes and kings and clowns that caper in sawdust rings and common folks, like you and me, are builders for eternity. For each is given a bag of tools, a shapeless mass, a book of rules – and each must build, ere life is flown, a stumbling block or a stepping stone.”

  3. “There is nothing permanentexcept change.” ~ Heraclitus

  4. TREND: Change Loops FROM TO *Planning for certainty *Build products and programs once *Rigid, pre-designed budget and planning systems *Preparing for unplanned consequences and unexpected events *Build change into the product or program *Self-adjusting and self- Informing systems 1999 ASAE Foundation Embracing the Future 1999

  5. TREND: Leadership’s Role FROM TO *Management *Leadership *Maintaining traditions *Confronting the real barriers to transformation, innovation, and invention *Risk containment *Taking risks and learning from failures *Focusing on day-to-day *Building a shared vision details *Researching existing best *Innovation and pioneering new practices ways of doing business *Micromanagement *Empowerment *Acting as a membership *Guiding members on the path barometer to the future t ~ 1999 ASAE Foundation Embracing the Future

  6. “If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.” ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery

  7. TREND: Generational Issues FROM TO *Mature/World War II Generation *Boomers and Xers *“Volunteering is a duty and a *“What’s in it for my privilege!” career development *Time-intensive volunteer *Short-lived, highly focused opportunities volunteer opportunities *Loyalty to the association’s cause *Loyalty to individual/ and mission career needs *Multi-day meetings heavy on social *Shorter, value-focused events meetings *Satisfied with limited/traditional *Internet-savvy members delivery methods (meetings, demand more options print, mail) and delivery on their items