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  1. Simply irresistable Race for Relevance

  2. OUR TIME TODAY… • Describe success factors in a Fortune 100 company • Identify opportunities to grow • Brand ourselves with “excellence” • Discuss priorities for the next 18 months

  3. Diamonds Chocolate Sapphires Vanilla France Corvette Australia Minivan

  4. QUESTION IAAP was founded in what year? • 1944 • 1934 • 1932 • 1942

  5. Starbucks What sets them apart? • Set-up store across street from another store • Employed people who were passionate about coffee • Have a great marketing strategy • Simple plan • Great value • People love the product

  6. IAAP Table Exercise • Discuss the parallels between IAAP and Starbucks • Record these parallels • Share with large group Time: 10 min

  7. QUESTION IAAP was originally known by what name?

  8. Committees Make things happen • Financial Review & Budget • Membership • Programs • Nominations • Ways & Means • Certification • APD • Scholarship

  9. Strategic Plan 2013-15 Our Core Purpose is to ensure individuals working in office and administrative professions have the opportunity to

  10. Starbucks What sets them apart? • Set-up store across street from another store • Employed people who were passionate about coffee • Have a great marketing strategy • Simple plan • Great value • People love the product

  11. A D K A R

  12. Change Begins with Understanding Why Prosci®ADKAR®Model • What is the nature of the change? • Why is the change needed? • What is the risk of not changing? Awareness D K A R

  13. Change involves personal decisions A Desire K A R • What’s in it for me (WIIFM)? • A personal choice • A decision to engage and participate

  14. Change requires knowing how A D Knowledge A R • Understanding how to change • Training on new processes and tools • Learning new skills

  15. Change requires action in the right direction A D K Ability R • The demonstrated capability to implement the change • Achievement of the desired change in performance or behavior

  16. Change must be reinforced to be sustained • Actions that increase the likelihood that a change will be continued • Recognition and rewards that sustain the change A D K A Reinforcement

  17. INITIATIVE Characteristics SMART Time-Based Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant

  18. Top IAAP Initiatives for 2014-2015

  19. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED… • Describe success factors in a Fortune 100 company • Identify opportunities to grow • Brand ourselves with “excellence” • Discuss priorities for the next 18 months