AENC Committee OrientationSeptember 21, 2011
Any committee is only as good as the most knowledgeable, determined and vigorous person on it. There must be somebody who ...
AENC Vision & Mission   Vision - Association Management will be    widely recognized as an esteemed    profession that im...
AENC Committees & Responsibilities   Annual Meeting - Makes    recommendations regarding future    sites and formats for ...
AENC Committees & Responsibilities   Legislative Reception -    Recommends a site for the    Legislative Reception (Janua...
AENC Committees & Responsibilities   Membership - Serves as    Ambassadors of AENC for new or    potential members. Assis...
AENC Committees & Responsibilities   Professional Development - This    committee develops goals and    broad-based plans...
AENC Committees & Responsibilities   Silent Auction - Coordinates the    association’s Annual Silent Auction    in order ...
Committee Chair Job DescriptionThe role of the Chair is a pivotal one for guiding the committees or task force’s work.The ...
Committee Chair Job DescriptionFacilitate Committee or Task Force Work   Seek outcomes for the greater good of AENC over ...
Committee Chair Job DescriptionCommunicate with the Board of Directors   Serve as the liaison between the committee or   ...
Committee Member Job Description   Know the committee purpose-mission.   Ask about history and prior achievements.   Ta...
Committee Member Job Description   Step forward – volunteer to help the    committee – share your resources.   Envision ...
Thanks for being a volunteer with AENC. If you need  anything, please don’t hesitate contacting us @       Jim Thompson – ...
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  1. 1. AENC Committee OrientationSeptember 21, 2011
  2. 2. Any committee is only as good as the most knowledgeable, determined and vigorous person on it. There must be somebody who provides the flame. Lady Bird Johnson
  3. 3. AENC Vision & Mission Vision - Association Management will be widely recognized as an esteemed profession that improves the lives of North Carolina citizens. Mission- To advance the field of Association Management by providing networking and professional development, while increasing the recognition of the Association community.
  4. 4. AENC Committees & Responsibilities Annual Meeting - Makes recommendations regarding future sites and formats for AENC Annual Meetings and helps during the event Golf - Recommends a site for the Annual Golf Outing and assists with planning and logistics, including recruiting sponsors.
  5. 5. AENC Committees & Responsibilities Legislative Reception - Recommends a site for the Legislative Reception (January of odd-numbered years) and assists with planning and logistics including recruiting sponsors.
  6. 6. AENC Committees & Responsibilities Membership - Serves as Ambassadors of AENC for new or potential members. Assists with membership recruitment and retention efforts. Scholarships and Awards - Makes recommendations regarding AENC’s scholarships and awards programs and assists with selection of recipients.
  7. 7. AENC Committees & Responsibilities Professional Development - This committee develops goals and broad-based plans for AENC educational offerings, including the Annual Meeting and ongoing seminars. This committee examines how AENC’s professional development activities can continue to meet organizational goals.
  8. 8. AENC Committees & Responsibilities Silent Auction - Coordinates the association’s Annual Silent Auction in order to raise funds for educational scholarships for AENC members. Trade Show - Assists with planning and logistics of the Annual Trade Show, including recruiting exhibitors.
  9. 9. Committee Chair Job DescriptionThe role of the Chair is a pivotal one for guiding the committees or task force’s work.The chair should take on the following responsibilities:
  10. 10. Committee Chair Job DescriptionFacilitate Committee or Task Force Work Seek outcomes for the greater good of AENC over outcomes that benefit a specific business or organization. Plan and lead meetings. Assign tasks to committee/task force members. Monitor the group’s progress, and communicate with staff members assigned to the committee or task force. Resolve conflicts among members of the group. Arrange for the committee to evaluate its work at the end of each program year — or at the completion of its task — to determine whether it accomplished its goals, and what worked and what didn’t work.
  11. 11. Committee Chair Job DescriptionCommunicate with the Board of Directors Serve as the liaison between the committee or task force and the Board chair, the Board of Directors and the Executive Director. Keep the Board Chair and the Executive Director informed about the committee or task force’s progress.
  12. 12. Committee Member Job Description Know the committee purpose-mission. Ask about history and prior achievements. Take it seriously. Prepare, attend and participate in committee meetings. Attend as many AENC function as possible, including the Annual Meeting. Complete tasks – be responsible to the committee and chair.
  13. 13. Committee Member Job Description Step forward – volunteer to help the committee – share your resources. Envision yourself as next year’s chairman. Pay attention to association activities that affect or are affected by the committees work Be committed to the mission of AENC. Seek outcomes for the greater good of AENC over outcomes that benefit a specific business or organization.
  14. 14. Thanks for being a volunteer with AENC. If you need anything, please don’t hesitate contacting us @ Jim Thompson – jim@aencnet.org Jovita Mask – jovita@aencnet.org Lynn Peeler, office@aencent.org 919.848.8255 www.aencnet.org
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