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International Chapter Challenges and Successes. Global Leadership Conference, Provo, Utah October 3-4, 2013 Helena Hannonen and Sandro Silva – Global Steering Committee Timothy Fife – Hong Kong David Sun – Shanghai.

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international chapter challenges and successes

International Chapter Challenges and Successes

Global Leadership Conference, Provo, Utah

October 3-4, 2013

Helena Hannonen and Sandro Silva – Global Steering Committee

Timothy Fife – Hong Kong

David Sun – Shanghai

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The greatest leaders don’t necessarily have to be the best in everything. They just make the best of everything.

agenda
Agenda
  • Background
  • Challenges
  • Possible solutions
  • Discussion
international chapters
International Chapters
  • Three Regions
  • 41 Chapters
    • Asia
    • Europe
    • South America
asia pacific region 15
Asia –Pacific Region (15)
  • Australia
    • Melbourne, Brisbane
  • China
    • Hong Kong; Shanghai
  • Japan
    • Tokyo Japanese
    • Tokyo English
  • Mongolia
  • Myamar
  • New Zealand
  • Philippines
  • South Korea
  • Thailand
  • Taiwan
  • USA – BYU Hawaii; Honolulu
europe 10
Europe (10)
  • Denmark; Finland; Sweden
  • France
  • Germany: Frankfurt ; Leipzig
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • Ghana
  • India
latin america 12
Latin America (12)
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
    • Campinas
    • North East
    • Porto Alegre
    • Sao Paulo
  • Chile
  • Costa Rica
  • Mexico
    • Mexico City
    • Monterey
    • Puebla
  • Panama
  • Peru
canada 4
Canada (4)
  • Calgary
  • Lethbridge
  • London, Ontario
  • Red Dear
challenges with people
Challenges with People
  • Leadership
    • Succession planning
    • How to implement activities
    • Fear of organizing and time
    • Moving outside a core group
  • Membership
  • Competition resources:
    • Leaders and members
  • Turnover in members and leader
  • Training
    • How to organize committees
    • How to reach out to and engage boarder audience
challenges with operations
Challenges with Operations
  • Money and cash flow
  • Time demands
  • Government regulations
  • Organizational issues
  • Lack of training materials in local languages
  • Self talk
    • “It will never work here.”
    • “It is too hard.”
    • “We don’t have the resources.”
    • “Our culture is different.”
three success factors
Three Success Factors
  • Structure
    • Have a long-term goals and plan.
    • Hold events at a regular time and in a same location
  • Information
    • Give advance notification of events
    • What, who, when, where, why
  • Support
    • Work the plan
    • Engage and encourage members’ minds, hands, and heart
time management solutions
Time Management Solutions
  • Have a routine for personal and chapter work
  • Take one action - get 3 benefits
  • Plan well in advance
  • Measure time and results, not busy work
  • Partner with others
management vs leadership
Management vs. Leadership
  • Management
    • Planning
      • Deliver strategic value to members
    • Organizing
      • Build a dynamic organization and activities
    • Leading
      • Mobilize people
    • Controlling
      • Measure, analyze, learn, change, improve.
management vs leadership1
Management vs. Leadership
  • Leadership
    • Vision
    • Drive
    • Knowledge about BYU Management Society
    • Self-confidence
    • Integrity
    • Motivation
    • Results
money and cash flow
Money and Cash Flow
  • Benefactors
  • Membership fees
  • Partnering
    • Corporations
    • Educational institutions
    • Non- profit organizations
  • Value added products and services
membership
Membership
  • FAN Method : Who are you connected to?
  • Outside core boundaries
    • Professionals in and out of your network
    • Students in universities
    • Other organizations in community
    • Like-minded people
    • Retired professionals
    • People in life transition
government registry
Government Registry
  • Register with government as a formal society
    • Finland (Visa Vorimo, Ami Kemppainen)
    • Singapore (Patrick Tan, A. C. Ho)
shanghai
Shanghai
  • BYU Hawaii Career Connect
  • BYU Professor Tom Foster and students
  • Executive Committee
  • Website
  • David Sun
hong kong
Hong Kong
  • Assess need
  • Use a coach from a successful chapter
  • Do value added activities
  • Linked In website
new zealand
New Zealand
  • Linked In website
  • Annual event July-August 2014 with LDS Business Association and Auckland University
tokyo
Tokyo
  • Social media in Japanese
  • Use BYU speakers and visitors
your challenges
Your Challenges
  • What is one challenge?
your solutions
Your Solutions
  • What is one successful solution?
the hukilau principle
The Hukilau Principle
  • Work together
  • Have specific roles
  • Reward and benefit everyone
  • Apply the principles to other practices