Elevate Sergeant-At-Arms

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Elevate Sergeant-At-Arms

  1. 1. Sgt-at-Arms Track lead Elevate
  2. 2. Large Group #1 Introductions and Purpose lead Elevate
  3. 3. LARGE GROUP #1 INTRODUCTIONS & PURPOSE  Introduce yourself  State your name (and nickname)  State your chapter/colony (college/university and its Greek letter designation)  Give us a fun fact about you GO FOR THE
  4. 4. LARGE GROUP #1 INTRODUCTIONS & PURPOSE = Be GENUINELY engages in all discussions and activities = Be OUTGOING; make acquaintances with at least 10 other brothers you did not know before this weekend = DEMAND excellence of yourself and your brothers this weekend = Exhibit LIVELY enthusiasm and have fun
  5. 5.  Parking Lot  Ground Rules LARGE GROUP #1 INTRODUCTIONS & PURPOSE #ASPElevate  Focus on what is within your control vs. what is not in your control.
  6. 6. LARGE GROUP #1 INTRODUCTIONS & PURPOSE Restorative Justice  The victim and the community have both been affected  Restoration is necessary  Healing – the collaborative unburdening of pain for the victim, the offender and the community.  The offender’s obligation is to make amends with both the victim and the involved community
  7. 7. What do brothers think of when they hear the words Standards Board? LARGE GROUP #1 INTRODUCTIONS & PURPOSE
  8. 8. Large Group #2 Accountability lead Elevate
  9. 9. Who Am I Accountable To? LARGE GROUP #2 ACCOUNTABILITY
  10. 10. Discipline Process Exercise LARGE GROUP #2 ACCOUNTABILITY
  11. 11. Large Group #3 Membership Expectations lead Elevate
  12. 12. JENGA LARGE GROUP #3 MEMBERSHIP EXPECTATIONS
  13. 13. Large Group #4 The Standards Board – Composition, Training and Expectations lead Elevate
  14. 14. LARGE GROUP #4 THE STANDARDS BOARD Roles and Expectations: Page 2 in Manual The reputation and trust of the process is compromised if members feel that the information is leaked from the hearings.
  15. 15. The Board Remember: you want all grade levels and classes represented as evenly as possible.  Sgt-At-Arms Chairs Board  Marshal (fills in as Chair when Sgt-at-Arms cannot)  Non H officers  If chapter/colony is 40 men or below  have 3 others  If chapter/colony is above 40 men  have 5 others LARGE GROUP #4 THE STANDARDS BOARD
  16. 16. Effective Training of Board Members:  Should happen once a year  During officer transitions  Will want to cover everything in manual & talk about what it means  Ensure that everyone knows what the Standards Board is and their role in the process  Set up a mock hearing with other members of the chapter/colony LARGE GROUP #4 THE STANDARDS BOARD
  17. 17. Large Group #5 Standards Board Procedures lead Elevate
  18. 18.  Recap LARGE GROUP #5 STANDARDS BOARD PROCEDURES  Standards Board Manual  Flow of the Process
  19. 19. Tips for an Effective Standards Board  Keep a detailed binder  Copy of chapter/colony bylaws  Member expectations  Use the ritual, constitution and bylaws  Risk Management Policies  Compilation of all previous cases LARGE GROUP #5 STANDARDS BOARD PROCEDURES  Template for taking minutes, recording discussions and recording sanctions
  20. 20. Large Group #6 Creative and Educational Sanctioning lead Elevate
  21. 21. Sanctioning vs. Educational Sanctioning LARGE GROUP #6 EDUCATIONAL SANCTIONING
  22. 22. Group 3: Paying dues Group 1: Academics Group 2: Alcohol violation LARGE GROUP #6 EDUCATIONAL SANCTIONING
  23. 23. Large Group #7 Mock Hearing and Debrief lead Elevate
  24. 24. Large Group #8 Formulating A Plan lead Elevate
  25. 25. LARGE GROUP #8 FORMULATING A PLAN To become stronger and more self-governing SMART Goals
  26. 26. SMRT Goals & Strategies  Get Specific  Create the Measures  Relevant to Today  Time-Bound Created by Robert M. Sheehan, Jr., PhD LARGE GROUP #8 FORMULATING A PLAN
  27. 27. SMART goals v. 1.0  80+% chance of accomplishing  Hard to fail  Creates a focused effort  “Quick Wins” ATTAINABLE Use this when your chapter/colony needs to gain momentum. When morale seems lower than normal. LARGE GROUP #8 FORMULATING A PLAN
  28. 28. SMART goals v. 2.0  35+% chance of accomplishing  Reward for Performance AGGRESSIV E  Improves personal and group performance This is what the majority of your chapter/colony goals should be. These goals take time to plan and execute. LARGE GROUP #8 FORMULATING A PLAN
  29. 29. SMART goals v. 3.0  1+% chance of accomplishing  You don’t know how to do it  Enhance breakthroughs by brainstorming ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE STRETCH GOAL  Ignite our creativity Use this when your chapter/colony is able to continually exceed aggressive goal expectations and is able to push the envelope. You have the ability to DO MORE. LARGE GROUP #8 FORMULATING A PLAN
  30. 30. The Goal of Elevate… …is Action!
  31. 31. lead Elevate

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