Recruiting-Managing Officers 2012 PPT

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CTSO OFFICERS
All our dreams can come true, if we have the
courage to pursue them.
HOW TO RECRUIT, DEVELOP, ADVISE
AND MANAGE YOUTH LEADERS
WHAT IS A LEADER?
What would YOU look for in a potential leader?
Accepts responsibility
Self-confidence
Optimistic attitude (Advisors: caution! “Just Say No” syndrome
Enthusiasm that will convey to team and membership
Initiative
Determination
Awareness (issues that affect others)
Respect: rights, opinions of others, dignity
Principles of democracy (especially chapter President)
Humor
Effective listening skills
RECRUITMENT
 How do I find potential officers?
 What processes can I use to confirm
officers?
“TATOR PATCH”
OBJECTIVE: PARTICIPANTS WILL IDENTIFY
POSITVIE AND NEGATIVE TRAITS IN LEADERS
DIRECTIONS: ILLUSTRATE THE POTATO TO
REPRESENT THE LEADERSHIP
CHARACTERISTIC DESCRIBED ON YOUR
INDEX CARD
“I MAKE PROGRESS BY HAVING PEOPLE AROUND ME WHO ARE
SMARTER THAN ME … AND I LISTEN TO THEM” Henry Kaiser
Recruitment
 Advertise
 Walk the Halls
 Informal “meet and greet”
reception
 Former Officers
 Application
 Recommendations
 Interview
OFFICER CONFIRMATION
 Formal Application: application
form, description of each offcer’s
duties, general officer
requirements
Formal recommendations
community leaders (scouts, church,
etc) parent acknowledgement,
employer
 Election of officers:
campaigning guidelines (posters,
flyers, announcements, give-away
items)
OFFICER CONFIRMATION
 Election: opportunities for
membership to “meet and greet”
(visit individual classes, school
assembly, school wide broadcast)
taped (DVD, etc)
 Ballots, vote count and election
results (timely fashion!)
 ***FIND A WAY TO TAP THE
ENTHUSIASM OF THOSE
CANDIDATES WHO ARE
NOT ELECTED!!! Chairpersons,
associate officers
TRAINING
“PERFECTION IS NOT ATTAINABLE. BUT IF WE CHASE
PERFECTION, WE CAN CATCH EXCELLENCE.” Vince Lombardi
LEADERSHIP TRAINING
INFORMAL TRAINING
 Invite former officers to meet
with your officer team
 Provide notebooks for
organization: calendar of
events, Program of Work,
officer desc, parliamentary
procedures, communication
tips, worksheets, forms : PA
announcements, etc.
 Determine meeting dates,
times, method for creating mtg
agenda w. President
 Formal meetings? Informal
meetings? Work sessions?
 Parliamentary procedure
ensures efficient meetings: fair,
on task, President does not
influence officer team while in
the “position of power”
 Continue professional
development training as part
of each officer mtg: guest
speakers, ice breaker activities,
video presentations
 Allow officer team time to
“brainstorm”
PUMPKINS IN PROGRESS
OBJECTIVES:
STUDENT LEADERS WILL:
 Identify their personal leadership
styles
 Discuss leadership qualities
 Learn how to create team chemistry
 Develop group goals for the year
 Learn what it means to be a “role
model”
 Learn and practice managing
conflict
 Discuss clips from the movies:
Remember the Titans and
“Miracle”
FORMAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING
“NO ONE WILL MAKE A GREAT LEADER WHO WANTS TO DO IT
ALL OR GET THE CREDIT FOR DOING IT” Andrew Carnegie
Resources
State and National CTSO websites
 Local, Regional, State and National Leadership Conferences
 Guest Speakers: Rotary, Toastmasters, local school system
professional development staff
 Internet resources
 Pumpkins in Progress
 Blue Angels Teamwork video
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