Pp Kiwanis Div 4 Succession Planning Draft (2)

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  • 1. The Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District of Kiwanis International Club and Division Succession Planning Division 4 2008/2009 Training Module 1
  • 2. Meetings! Ya Gotto Go!
    • “ The first meeting was held in the Garden of Eden. Eve called the meeting but hadn’t distributed an agenda. Adam wasn’t prepared to discuss the apple issue. The snake kept interrupting the meeting, playing Devil’s advocate. Jumping to the easiest alternative, a hastily sprung plan was put into action. Today we live with the ramifications of that first ineffective meeting.”
    • George Hayler
  • 3. Developing a Team!
    • Teamwork is the essence of life. If there’s one thing on which I’m an authority, it’s how to blend the talents and strengths of individuals into a force that becomes greater than the sum of it’s parts. My driving belief is this: Great teamwork is the only way to reach our ultimate moments, to create breakthroughs that define our careers, to fulfill our lives with a sense of lasting significance.
    • Pat Riley – NBA coach
  • 4.
    • SUCCESSION
    • def: The act of following one’s predecessor in a post, position or title.
  • 5. Succeed With a Process – Not a Program
    • From a book titled Primal Leadership
    • by Daniel Goleman
    • "If the going is tough and the pressure is on; if reserves of strength have been drained and the summit is still not in sight; then the quality to see in a person is neither great strength nor quickness of hand, but rather a resolute mind firmly set on its purpose that refuses to let its body slacken or rest.” - Sir Edmund Hillary
  • 6. PLANNING
    • def: Developing a formulated scheme setting out stages of procedure.
  • 7.
    • Why is succession planning so vital to the mandate of the Kiwanis organization?
  • 8. Planning
    • ‘ Excuse me, Sir.” Alice inquires. “Could you tell me which road to take?”
    • Wisely, the caterpillar asks, “Where are you going?”.
  • 9. Planning
    • Somewhat dismayed, Alice responds,
    • “ Oh, I don’t know where I am going, Sir.”
    • “ Well," replied the caterpillar, “If you don’t know where you are going, it really doesn’t matter which road you take.”
  • 10.
    • Succession Planning …
    • Develops quality club and division leaders
    • Creates a trained, prepared, knowledgeable, leadership “pipeline”
    • Renews leadership at all levels
  • 11.
    • Succession Planning …
    • Makes our organization more attractive to potential members
    • Provides development opportunities to our members
    • Supports the success of our purpose “to serve the children of the world”
  • 12.
    • The following slides provide an overview of the current Kiwanis succession plan
    • For the reasons we have just discussed, it is important that our division and clubs are in compliance with the succession plan.
  • 13. Kiwanis International President 2008/2009 Don Canaday 2009/2010 Paul Palazzolo 2010/2011 Sylvester Neal 2011/2012 To be elected at International Convention in Nashville, June 2009
  • 14. Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District Governor 2008/2009 Sheron Cameron-Dunn 2009/2010 Gary Levine 2010/2011 To be elected at District Convention in Trois Rivi è res, Quebec, in August 2009 2011/2012 To be elected at District Convention in August 2010.
  • 15. Lieutenant Governor of Our Division (NOTE - may be a two year term) 2008 / 2009 Jim Garey (Forest City Kiwanis Club) 2009 / 2010 Name of Lieutenant Governor-elect 2010 / 2011 To be elected at our division’s annual meeting in spring of 2009 2011 / 2012 To be elected at our division’s annual meeting in spring of 2010
  • 16. President of Our Club (Note – May be a two year term) 2008/2009 Name of current President 2009/2010 Name of President-elect 2010/2011 Name of Vice President 2011/2012 To be elected at our your club’s annual meeting in spring of 2009
  • 17. The Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District Succession Chart * International President Governor of The Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District Lieutenant Governor of Your Division President of Your Club 2008/09 Don Canaday Sheron Cameron-Dunn Jim Garey * Insert NAME 2009/10 Paul Palazzolo Gary Levine * Insert NAME * Insert NAME 2010/11 Sylvester Neal To be elected at District Convention in Trois Rivieres August 2009 To be elected at Annual General Meeting of the Division – spring 2009 * Insert NAME 2011/12 To be elected at International Convention in Nashville, June 2009 To be elected at District Convention. Location still TBD To be elected at Annual General Meeting of the Division – spring 2010 To be elected at Annual General Meeting of the Club – spring of 2009
  • 18. Best Practices
    • Identify future leaders from new members
    • Mentor new members to become leaders
    • Allow at least two years of membership before approaching a member to become a committee chair or Board of Directors
    • Allow at least five years of membership before approaching a member to run for club president-elect
  • 19. More Best Practices
    • Mentor board members to become club presidents
    • Fully train and equip new leaders
    • Connect with training resources including the District and KI websites
    • Recognize achievements
    • Provide job descriptions that include duties, expectations and time commitment
  • 20. How Are We Doing?
    • How complete is the Succession Plan for our Division?
    • How complete is the Succession Plan for our Club?
    • What actions need to be taken now?
    • Who will be responsible for those action?
  • 21.  
  • 22. What are the key factors for successful implementations of projects in your community?
    • Vision – keep it very clear what is it?
    • Engage and Involve – ask go ahead and ask!
    • Make it fun and enjoyable!
    • Prepare for the long haul – a healthy community is needed!
  • 23.
    • Questions?