Running Better Organizations
Dave is an experienced student leader and advisor on the campus, state, and national levels. He served both in student government for four years while in college and also as the International President of a collegiate service organization, Circle K International. He was a professional staff lobbyist for a state student government association and served as a state level advisor for 18 years of the Georgia District of Circle K International.
Put together your own agenda for your Campus Organization Leadership Training program, two hours, a half-day, full-day, or over several days! Here are the titles of Dave’s programs and sessions; click on “more about this program” for descriptions of each, along with Learning Outcomes:
Your students will learn the techniques, tips, and tricks that Dave employed as a state advisor for a collegiate service organization to recruit more than 10,000 students into membership!
Show your students how to engage members with effective involvement techniques and learn the key features of retention that will keep them coming back.
Have you ever been to a meeting that was boring or unproductive? What makes those meetings boring or unproductive?
Officer transitions in most campus organizations usually involve the out-going board waving goodbye as they run out the door! Effective transitions can make all the difference between success and a year of reinventing the wheel.
Your students will be excited to get involved in community service, develop their leadership skills, and understand the importance of putting the team first as a leader.
While you cannot prevent every bad thing from happening, you can prepare your members to recognize situations that could cause problems and how to deal with them should the worst occur.
Do you know how to deal with conflict and drama in organizations and relationships? What do you do about the haters?
One of the most important attributes employers look for in a potential employee, people look for in a mate, and organizations need in leaders is confidence!
Delegation can be one of the hardest things for student leaders to master. Too often they take the approach that it is just easier to do it themselves…
Parliamentary procedure is intended to facilitate discussion and protect the rights of the minority voice in debate. This presentation can be very in-depth for those groups that require it or just hit the highlights for organizations that want to run their meetings right, but don’t get too caught up in all of the mechanics of procedure.
Click here to see a sample agenda of how you can assemble a great training program for the leaders of your campus clubs and organizations!