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Creating More Engaged Advisory Board Members Through Strategic Planning. 2009 Institute for Staff Development Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow. What Do You Mean – Strategic Planning?. Strategic planning determines Where an organization is going over the next year or more (goals)

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Creating More Engaged Advisory Board Members Through Strategic Planning

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow

what do you mean strategic planning
What Do You Mean – Strategic Planning?
  • Strategic planning determines
    • Where an organization is going over the next year or more (goals)
    • How it’s going to get there (action items and who is responsible and by when)
    • How it will know if it got there or not

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow

logistics for a successful meeting
Logistics for a Successful Meeting
  • When should we hold the meeting?
    • At the end of a school year for the next year or
    • At the beginning of the school year – August is a good time
  • How much time do we need?
    • Best case is a four to six hour time frame
    • It can be done in two hours if it is well facilitated
    • Best scenario would be 9:00 – 1:00 including lunch or 3:00 – 7:00 also with food

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Where should we hold it?

    • Comfortable room with an oval or U-shaped configuration so everyone can interact with each other (a board member’s conference room is perfect and they may buy lunch)
  • Who should be invited?
    • All board members (predominately business leaders plus director, educational partners and student members)
  • Necessary Supplies
    • Flip chart, paper, tape and pens
    • Computer and projector
    • Name tags or table top name cards and candy

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Necessary supplies

    • Flip chart, paper, tape and pens
    • Computer and projector
    • Name tags or table top name cards
    • Candy
  • Meeting facilitator
    • Use someone who is not on the board or closely affiliated with the academy or school (district person, volunteer, student with experience facilitating)

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establish outcomes
Establish Outcomes
  • Develop a workable plan
    • Realistic but stretch goals
    • Strategies or actions to meet the goals
    • Assigned responsibilities
    • Due dates
  • Strengthen the camaraderie of the board
  • Get commitments from each board member
  • Have Fun

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow

agenda
Agenda
  • Welcome and Set the Stage (Board chair)
  • Introductions and Housekeeping (Director)
  • Accomplishments of past year (use videos, pictures, students telling stories) (Director)
  • Develop opportunities and challenges (group exercise)
  • Develop and agree on goals and priorities (group exercise)
  • Determine committee structure based on goals (ask for volunteers)
  • Develop actions necessary to meet goals (by committee)
  • Next Steps (Director and board chair)
  • Wrap-up and Commitment (each member) -
  • Adjourn

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ground rules
Ground Rules

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow

introductions
Introductions
  • Purpose of Introductions is to get to know each better
  • Examples of questions to ask when introducing (use only a couple along with name, title and organization name)
    • Name the teacher who had the most effect on you and why
    • What do you most enjoy doing aside from work?:
    • If you were in high school today, what career academy theme would you pick?
    • Why do you personally get from your involvement on this board?
    • What does your business get from your involvement on this board?
    • What is the most frightening thing you’ve ever done?

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow

opportunities and challenges
Opportunities and Challenges
  • What can we capitalize on that is happening
    • in the industry,
    • the community and
    • the district/school/academy
  • What obstacles or challenges are we faced with
    • in the industry,
    • the community and
    • the district/school/academy

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goal setting examples
Goal Setting Examples
  • By the end of next year we will have an advisory board with ___ members representing (specific name) companies
  • By next summer we will have identified paid internships for _____ students
  • We will incorporate (specific name) NAF courses into our curriculum
  • We will have developed a list of ______ organizations who will speak to our classes; host job shadows; host field trips
  • Our teachers will have professional development opportunities to enhance their ability to work together and to enhance their teaching skills
  • We will have raised $_______ for field trips, scholarships and other costs
  • We will fund an administrative intern to help the with Director duties
  • We will recruit _____ students for the following year
  • We will develop various marketing and communications tools

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prioritizing goals
Prioritizing Goals

The easiest and fastest way to prioritize is to board all suggested goals and using colored dots, give each member 5 dots and ask them to “spend” their dots any way they want depending on which goals they think are most important and most reachable.

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developing strategic actions to meet goals
Developing Strategic Actions to Meet Goals
  • Form groups – perhaps committees – by interest area
  • Brainstorm ways to meet the goals
  • For each strategic action, determine
    • What needs to be accomplished
    • What resources are needed
    • When it will be completed
    • Who will be the lead and who will be on the “committee”
    • How will success be measured

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next steps
Next Steps
  • Set a regular schedule and location for board meetings (at the school if possible)
  • Plan that advisory board meetings will have agendas and be participatory and celebratory (Examples)
    • What did we accomplish this month
    • How did it work
    • What should be modified
    • Who should be commended
    • How will it be communicated and publicized
    • Next steps for each subsequent meeting

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Committee formation

    • Committee responsibility
    • Committee chairs
    • Meeting schedules (committee meetings should be scheduled so that reports can be made at the subsequent Advisory Board meetings)
  • Assign the administrative responsibilities for getting the minutes completed, communicating the agenda and location (this should not necessarily be the academy director)

2009 Institute for Staff DevelopmentStudents Today, Leaders Tomorrow

celebrate success
Celebrate Success
  • Recognition of work done
    • Web site and newsletter publicity
    • Thank you letters to bosses and corporate heads
    • Frequent press releases
    • Inclusion of work completed and recognition at every possible opportunity
    • Presentations at school board meetings
    • Student involvement in recognition

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plus delta
Plus/Delta

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questions and examples
Questions and Examples
  • What have you done in your academies to develop and meet goals and to celebrate accomplishments?
  • What would you like to know to be better able to facilitate strategic planning?
  • How can we (NAF) help?
  • How can the network help?