WEB SUMMIT Connecting Young People With The Resources To ThriveManaging a Group Effectively SPONSORS & ASSOCIATES:
CONTENTS• The central role of the manifesto• Planting seeds• Getting constituted• Meetings & socials• Engaging with local stakeholders• Linking in nationally• Culture & process
A Manifesto• What’s the group for?• Why is it needed?• How does it accomplish it’s aims?• Who is it for?• What’s in it for them?• How can they get involved?• What next?The advert. AIDA.
Planting seeds…Who do we need to help us make this happen?Student union...University….The students themselves..!
Getting constitutedBuilding a team.Student society…or something else?Deciding upon roles. Committee or no committee?Formulating a constitution • Who does what? • How do you keep in contact? • What are the objectives? • How do you store stuff?
Meetings & SocialsInviting discussion and input.Recognising successes.Meetings: ‘TO’ or ‘WITH’?Staying light, living the values.
Local stakeholdersInternal - counselling service, mental health advisor,student support, health and wellbeing.External – local charities, supporters, NHS, and council.National orgs, through MWUK. Press.Introductions. Maintaining Relations. PR.
Linking in nationally Student-led Mental groups Wealth UK Independent ConnectedSharing updates. Keeping in touch with other groups. Gettingrepresented through the national committee.
Culture & processDocumenting stuffBuilding for the futureHanding overInducting new people(Initiation?)
Further linksAIDAhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIDA_(marketing)Managing meetingshttp://www.mindtools.com/CommSkll/RunningMeetings.htmCreating a constitutionhttp://www.voluntaryworks.org.uk/cvsmidandnorthbeds/documents/HowToDevelopAConstitution.pdfMental Wealth UK resourceshttp://mentalwealthuk.com/resources