Chapter Succession Program

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Having a succession plan is critical to the short and long term success of your club.

How do you insure your club will continue to grow?

Put a plan in place to help the club grow with a few of the ideas listed here.

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Chapter Succession Program

  1. 1. Chapter Succession Program Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey jshueywa.blogspot.com/ Founder Social Media Club Seattle Founder IAMCP Seattle Longtime Toastmaster
  2. 2. Agenda• Why have a Chapter Succession Program?• What’s the HARDEST THING about Succession Planning?• Risks• Benefits• Results• How to do it?
  3. 3. Why Do It?• Can you hear me now?• How about now?• Are you Listening?• Do you want to Listen?• Trust me … People with no voice will soon find another place where they have one
  4. 4. Pulse Check
  5. 5. Grow the Chapter If you build it …
  6. 6. What Can You Do? Give ‘em the Mic!
  7. 7. Chapter Succession Considerations• Shelf Life• Half Life• Use By Date Use Before
  8. 8. Common HurdlesEvery Chapter has at least one of these: They can significantly affect the ability to attract and retain new members & to create a succession plan• The Gatekeeper• The Irreplaceable Person• Poor Record Keeping• Longevity is Overly Rewarded• The Longtime Committee Member• Fear of Change
  9. 9. Succession Plan Things to ConsiderChapter Maintenance• Mandatory Rotation / Exit Optional (2 years / Staggered)• New Position Interviews – What do they want to do?• Ask & Document: Why is this Chapter GREAT?Questions to Ask:• Is anyone planning to leave the club?• Have Potential successors been identified? – Expressed an Interest• Volunteer development opportunities? – Shadow Roles – Committee Roles (Lead or Participate)• Skills and experience required?• Positions?• Community changes?
  10. 10. MetricsYes, Succession Planning has them too • Volunteer turnover • Volunteers vs. Recruits • Lag Time to fill vacant positions • Feedback • Retention rates of volunteers • Volunteer satisfaction – Bored or Overworked • Why did they go? • Transitions
  11. 11. Chapter Succession Program Jeff Shuey Twitter: @jshuey jshueywa.blogspot.com/ Founder Social Media Club Seattle Founder IAMCP Seattle Longtime Toastmaster

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