ENGAGE  Isabella, Mariam and JamesMonday, September 24th, 2012
Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber•   Write down a question•   Stand up and find someone•   Ask each other your questions•   Exchange questions...
Jibber Jabber • Most interesting question? • How many people did you meet?
Purpose          DECA Inc.          DECA ON           DECA          Chapter
Overview            Analytics            Structure           Recruitment
HOW DO YOU BRANDYOUR IMAGE?
What is youridentity?
You are the backbone of     DECA Ontario.              World of            Opportunities  Fosters                    Enhan...
HOW DO YOUDELIVER YOURIMAGE?
Consistency is key.• Represent DECA Ontario• Use the resources that we give you                  School                res...
DECA ONTARIORESOURCES
www.deca.ca
http://www.facebook.com/DECAOntario
http://twitter.com/DECAOntario
http://www.youtube.com/user/DECAONTARIOOFFICIAL
http://decaontario.tumblr.com
SCHOOL ANDPERSONALRESOURCES
Movie Maker screenshot
iMovie screenshot
Things to RememberShort and clearSupportive visualsStay focusedStudy and researchSee it yourself
INFORMATIONSESSIONS(PROMOTION)
Reaching Out to New Members   Skills and competence   Real-Life application   Social engagement and fun
Reaching Out to    Existing Members• Existing contact channels• Setting a standard• Appreciation!
What they need to know…  • Membership Costs $35  • Time Commitments
Deliver theInformation
Deliver the Information• Make groups of 3• Come up with ONE SENTENCE (maximum 125  characters) to explain what DECA is to ...
Vote by RETWEET
Retweet• All entries are up on the projector• Choose one to reblog   – Text “Reblog @username”   – Find @username and then...
BREAK!
CREATING ACOHESIVE CHAPTER
Cohesive Chapter          Grade     Grade           12       9+10              Grade               11• Think of legacy, Gr...
Cohesive Chapter cont’d      Dedication & Commitment              Area of study (Biz, Science, English)                   ...
The Executive Team               PresidentSenior Executives                       Junior Executives          General Membe...
Risk Management
Risk Management           Attendance •Ability to attend provincials•Ability to receive ICDC subsidy   Motivate Your Member...
Measurement & Analytics• You can’t build what you can’t measure.                                      Implement into      ...
Creating an Archive• Create a benchmark to work with over  the years
Being SMART• Specific• Measurable• Attainable• Realistic• Timely
Summary
One more thing…
QUESTIONS?
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario
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Presidents' Summit Presentation by DECA Ontario Provincial Student Executives:

James Sun, President
Isabella Chiu, Events Coordinator
Mariam Rafo, Secretary

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  • Isabella
  • Isabella
  • Isabella – debrief
  • James - Bring more of DECA Ontario into your school
  • James
  • Recruitment starts with how you present yourself as an organization
  • JamesExpand on question: how do you create a reputation for your DECA Chapter in your school? Ideas from audience (2-4 mins)
  • James
  • Each chapter needs to fit its school and region’s needs: every chapter does things differently and that’s just fineOverall DECA image should be consistent thoughHere’s what we think DECA is: A world of opportunities; provides real life experienceFosters forward thinkersEnhances the classroom experience
  • IsabellaNow that you have an idea of what to deliver, you have to find out the best way to communicate it with your peers at your school.
  • DECA Ontario resources: chapter training guide, DECA Ontario website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, postersSchool: teachers, DECA budget (allocate to promotion), students who can make posters, etc., announcements, school media (more later)Your own resources: Prezi, Powerpoint, promo videos- Most importantly, decide how to present yourselves, remember to stay consistent with DECA Ontario, base it off what we give you, give people a clear and professional image
  • Call the names of these out as you see them
  • Announcing information sessions through morning announcements, school papers, bulletins, notices
  • IsabellaTwo volunteers to hold flip bookLarge chart paper with the words, one by one, they can flip it, audience can read it out loud (What was the word guys? A little louder?) Succinct and clear, clean cutSupportive visualsStay focused: no distracting effectsStudy tutorials and use the knowledge to your benefitSee it yourself:always re-watch or reread once yourself, then get a friend to do itWho though that was a pretty lame way to remember that? If you have a better idea, tweet it to us! Acronyms are awesome but we’re just not so great at making them up.
  • MariamNow we have where to get information. Here’s how to present it in person, using some of those resources mentioned earlier. When you tell potential members to join DECA why do you tell them to join it?
  • Reaching out to new peopleIn-class presentations, to grade 9s in particular?Presentation points:Resume buildingPresentation skillsGetting involved, meeting other students (washroom story)Applying classroom knowledgeHaving fun – Anaheim!Reaching out to previous membersExisting email lists, conferences, Facebook groups, MailchipSetting a standardContribution to chapter, teamworkPast performance Humble, modest, respect and empathy to newer members
  • Reaching out to new peopleIn-class presentations, to grade 9s in particular?Presentation points:Resume buildingPresentation skillsGetting involved, meeting other studentsApplying classroom knowledgeHaving fun – Anaheim!Reaching out to previous membersExisting email lists, conferences, Facebook groups, MailchipSetting a standard (what u expect them)Contribution to chapter, teamworkPast performance Humble, modest, respect and empathy to newer members
  • Membership costs (Mariam)Breakdown Let people know what they’re paying for; financial transparencyState time commitmentsTrainingFundraisingOther chapter promotionCreate your own promo video or show ours! [Video preview?]
  • Isabella
  • Isabella
  • This is another option for an Overview slides using transitions.
  • MariamQuestion:THIS SHOULD BE IN CAMBRIA
  • James What does a cohesive chapter mean to you?
  • Ja,es
  • What are your team’s goals and who is going to help you achieve them?
  • --j unser s Structure 7 mins (Mariam)ExecutiveHierarchyPresidents, co-presidents, no specified positions?Senior and junior executives?Role of staff advisor Division of responsibilities between executivesEntire chapterChapter-wide meetingsCluster meetings
  • Risk Management (audience involved role plays) Ask for volunteers
  • Risk Management (audience involved role plays)Dealing with low attendance ratesAbility to attend provsAbility to receive ICDC subsidyDealing with unmotivated membersCarrot and the stickMotivation for meeting attendance; pizza party at end of year for present members?
  • This is another option for an Overview slides using transitions.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSWeAUA4uVk&feature=player_embedded
  • RecruitmentBrand and deliver your imageUsing resources to share informationCreating a cohesive chapterStructureSummaryMeasurement MetricsIdentify CriteriaSet SMART GoalsStop, Check & Continue
  • Presidents' Summit "Engage" Presentation by DECA Ontario

    1. 1. ENGAGE Isabella, Mariam and JamesMonday, September 24th, 2012
    2. 2. Jibber Jabber
    3. 3. Jibber Jabber• Write down a question• Stand up and find someone• Ask each other your questions• Exchange questions• Repeat
    4. 4. Jibber Jabber • Most interesting question? • How many people did you meet?
    5. 5. Purpose DECA Inc. DECA ON DECA Chapter
    6. 6. Overview Analytics Structure Recruitment
    7. 7. HOW DO YOU BRANDYOUR IMAGE?
    8. 8. What is youridentity?
    9. 9. You are the backbone of DECA Ontario. World of Opportunities Fosters Enhances forward- classroom thinkers experience
    10. 10. HOW DO YOUDELIVER YOURIMAGE?
    11. 11. Consistency is key.• Represent DECA Ontario• Use the resources that we give you School resources DECA Your own Ontario resources resources
    12. 12. DECA ONTARIORESOURCES
    13. 13. www.deca.ca
    14. 14. http://www.facebook.com/DECAOntario
    15. 15. http://twitter.com/DECAOntario
    16. 16. http://www.youtube.com/user/DECAONTARIOOFFICIAL
    17. 17. http://decaontario.tumblr.com
    18. 18. SCHOOL ANDPERSONALRESOURCES
    19. 19. Movie Maker screenshot
    20. 20. iMovie screenshot
    21. 21. Things to RememberShort and clearSupportive visualsStay focusedStudy and researchSee it yourself
    22. 22. INFORMATIONSESSIONS(PROMOTION)
    23. 23. Reaching Out to New Members Skills and competence Real-Life application Social engagement and fun
    24. 24. Reaching Out to Existing Members• Existing contact channels• Setting a standard• Appreciation!
    25. 25. What they need to know… • Membership Costs $35 • Time Commitments
    26. 26. Deliver theInformation
    27. 27. Deliver the Information• Make groups of 3• Come up with ONE SENTENCE (maximum 125 characters) to explain what DECA is to someone who has never heard of it• Tweet your answer with #DECAOntario• (or run it up to us)
    28. 28. Vote by RETWEET
    29. 29. Retweet• All entries are up on the projector• Choose one to reblog – Text “Reblog @username” – Find @username and then retweet
    30. 30. BREAK!
    31. 31. CREATING ACOHESIVE CHAPTER
    32. 32. Cohesive Chapter Grade Grade 12 9+10 Grade 11• Think of legacy, Grade 9 members are more important than you think!
    33. 33. Cohesive Chapter cont’d Dedication & Commitment Area of study (Biz, Science, English) Perfect Fit Screening Process Demographics (culture, age, gender) (adviser, interview, rubrics, optional)
    34. 34. The Executive Team PresidentSenior Executives Junior Executives General Members Chapter-wide meetings Cluster meetings
    35. 35. Risk Management
    36. 36. Risk Management Attendance •Ability to attend provincials•Ability to receive ICDC subsidy Motivate Your Members •Incentives •Appreciation!
    37. 37. Measurement & Analytics• You can’t build what you can’t measure. Implement into actual meetings & inform members. Discuss with Stop, Check & executive team and Continue focus on top 3 Key Decide on what Performance you want to Criteria and 5 measure as a secondary criteria. President.
    38. 38. Creating an Archive• Create a benchmark to work with over the years
    39. 39. Being SMART• Specific• Measurable• Attainable• Realistic• Timely
    40. 40. Summary
    41. 41. One more thing…
    42. 42. QUESTIONS?

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