President OTC Presentation

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CNH | K E Y C L U B
Presidents
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California-Nevada-Hawaii District | Key Club International
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Updated by: MRS Committee 2013-2014
The Role of
President
Presidents Workshop
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Officer Training Conference
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General Duties
• Goal Setting
• Appointing and
Delegating
• Monitoring
• Motivating
• Evaluating
• Presiding
• Problem Solving
• Recruiting and
Retaining
• Reporting
• Succession
• Training
• Setting a Positive,
Professional Example
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Communicate!
• Create an email group for the board and the
members
– Google Groups & Reflectors
• Inform members about upcoming events
– Social media can be used to promote activities
• Be professional in all levels of communication
• Communicate with the Lt. Governor
• Communicate with Faculty and Kiwanis
advisors
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• MEMBERS
– Greet members at the door. Acknowledge everyone. If there is any
trouble, be sure to address it.
• BOARD OFFICERS
– Hold board meetings at least once a month to discuss upcoming
projects, finances, goals, progress, and etc.
– You are a team: involve them in discussions, and delegate!
• ADVISORS
– Advisors have the experience you need. Keep them informed and
be willing to listen to their advice.
• LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS
– Your Lieutenant Governor has valuable information about district
events and opportunities and is there to SERVE YOU!
• EXECUTIVES
– Have questions or just need someone to talk to? Contact an
executive officer: they are there to support you.
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Take Action!
• Serve as the “chief executive officer”
• Call and preside over board meetings
• Delegate and assign tasks to the officers and
members
– Task Coordinators & Event Coordinators
• Ensure that tasks are completed
– MRF, dues, etc.
• Hold elections prior to DCON, and submit a new
board roster to your Lt. Governor
• SERVE the members!
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Attend!
• Represent the club at Kiwanis meetings and
functions
• Represent the club at Division Council
Meetings (DCMs)
• Attend service projects, and club/division
events
• Attend Fall Rally, District Convention, and
International Convention
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Host Meetings!
• Host regular Key Club meetings open to all
members
• Discuss upcoming and past events
• Answer member questions and listen to
suggestions
• Post agendas and minutes so everyone is
informed
• Invite members and other officers to present
during meetings
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Assist and Ask!
• Monitor all other officer work to ensure that it is
completed on time
• Have exceptional knowledge of Key Club –
International and District-wide
• Educate new members about Key Club
• Ask for assistance when you need
– Faculty and Kiwanis advisors
• Transition the president-elect
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Set Goals!
• Discuss with your officers to set attainable and
measurable goals!
• SERVICE HOURS
– Our club will achieve __ hours per member
• MEMBERSHIP
– Our club will retain current membership, and raise it
by __ members
• FUNDRAISING
– Our club will contribute $__ to PTP, and $__ to the
Eliminate Project
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It’s All in the
Club
Presidents Workshop
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Officer Training Conference
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The Dream Team (Board)
• Vice President:
– Your sidekick, BFF, assistant, life saver, and alter ego
• Secretary:
– Your aide, reporter, stenographer, and dependable
best friend
• Treasurer:
– Your finance and fundraising guru, and thrifty
companion
• Editor:
– Your tech genius, designer, publicist, and
communicator
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The Ohana (Membership)
Get to know the members in your club!
Be available
Be thankful
Ask for ideas, input, suggestions, and opinions
Take surveys to gauge their thoughts and
improve the club
• Keep them informed!
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Problem Solving
Presidents Workshop
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No One Shows Up!
• Plan more appealing meetings!
– Food and music are good crowd-gatherers
– Icebreakers can lighten the mood, energize the
crowd, and help everyone get to know each
other.
• For ideas, go to the CyberKey.
• Promote and plan more events!
– Big events, and meaningful long term projects
– Consider member opinions, and cater to their
interests.
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Drama in the House!
• Don’t take any sides unless there is a clear-cut
issue or rule infringement
• Address the problem head on and in a timely
manner
• Refer to your club’s constitution and bylaws
• Talk to your Kiwanis and/or Faculty Advisors!
– They have years of experience and can act as a
neutral third-party to settle any issues.
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Additional Resources
• On the CyberKey
– Presidents and Vice Presidents Manual
– Duties of the Club President
– And much more
http://www.cnhkeyclub.org/officers/president-and-vice
• Key Club International
– http://www.keyclub.org/Leadership/bal/leadclub/clubpresid
ent.aspx
• Presidents & Vice Presidents Google Reflector
• Advisors, Lt. Governors, and Executive Officers
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