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  • To have your National or Local Organization’s logo appear automatically on every new slide, follow the instructions below. Click on View-> Master -> Slide Master Click on Insert-> Picture-> From file and select the file of your logo. Or copy and paste your logo from another document. Move your logo into the lower left corner, as indicated by the gray box. If it is necessary to reduce the size of the logo, be sure to maintain the proportions by holding down shift when using the arrow at the corner of the picture to resize. Increasing the size of the logo image may make the image blurry or degraded and is not recommended. After your logo is in the correct position on the cover slide, select the second Master Slide shown at left. Click on Insert-> Picture-> From file and select the file of your logo. Or copy and paste your logo from another document or page. Move your logo into the space indicated by the gray box, keeping in mind the recommendations above. Click on the button “Close Master View” or click on View-> Normal. Delete the gray boxes to show your logo. Para que el logotipo de tu Organización Nacional o Local aparezca automáticamente en todas las diapositivas (“slides”), en la posición donde está el cuadro gris, sigue las instrucciones que aparecen a continuación. 1. Haz clic en Ver -> Patrón -> Patrón de diapositivas 2. Haz clic en Insertar-> Imagen -> Desde archivo y selecciona el archivo donde se encuentra tu logotipo. También puedes copiar el logotipo de otro documento y pegarlo (“paste”) en la diapositiva. 3. Traslada el logotipo hasta la esquina inferior izquierda, donde está el punto rojo. Si necesitas reducir el tamaño del logotipo, asegúrate de conservar las proporciones manteniendo presionada la tecla de mayúsculas (“shift”) mientras utilizas la flecha para agarrar la imagen por una esquina y alterar el tamaño. No es recomendable aumentar el tamaño del logotipo, ya que esto puede causar que la imagen se vea borrosa o pierda calidad. 4. Una vez que el logotipo se encuentre en la posición correcta en la diapositiva que servirá de portada de la presentación, selecciona la segunda Diapositiva que aparece a la izquierda. 5. Haz clic en Insertar-> Imagen -> Desde archivo y selecciona el archivo donde se encuentra grabado tu logotipo. También puedes copiar el logotipo de otro documento o página y pegarlo en la diapositiva. 6. Traslada el logotipo hasta la esquina inferior izquierda, donde está punto rojo, teniendo en cuenta las recomendaciones indicadas anteriormente. 7. Haz clic en el botón “Cerrar Vista Patrón” o haz clic en Ver -> Normal. 8. Borra los cuadros grises para que se pueda ver tu logotipo. Pour que le logo de ton Organisation nationale ou locale apparaisse automatiquement sur chaque nouveau transparent, veuille suivre les instructions ci-jointes. 1. Clique sur View-> Master -> Slide Master 2. Clique sur Insert-> Picture-> (insérer image) dans fichier et sélectionne le fichier de ton logo. Tu peux aussi copier et coller ton logo d’un autre document. 3. Déplace ton logo pour le placer en bas à gauche, comme l’indique la case grise. Il se peut que tu aies à diminuer la taille du logo. Dans ce cas veille à garder les proportions en appuyant sur la touche shift lorsque tu utilises la flèche sur le côté de l’image dont tu souhaites changer la dimension. Si tu augmentes la talle du logo, il se peut que l’image soit déformée ou pas très nette et donc il n’est pas recommandé de le faire. 4. Une fois que ton logo se trouve à l’endroit voulu sur le transparent de garde, sélectionne le deuxième Master transparent qui apparait à gauche. 5. Clique sur Insert-> Picture-> dans fichier et sélectionne le fichier de ton logo. Tu peux aussi copier et coller ton logo d’un autre document ou page. 6. Déplace ton logo dans l’espace indiqué par la case grise, en tenant compte des recommandations précédentes. 7. Clique sur la touche “Close (fermer) Master View” ou clique sur View-> Normal. 8. Supprime les cases grises pour que ton logo soit bien visible.
  • JCI uses the slogan to communicate what the organisation helps members achieve: to Be Better - better people, better leaders, better managers, better professionals, better citizens of communities, better business owners, better politicians and better parents.
  • JCI uses the slogan to communicate what the organisation helps members achieve: to Be Better - better people, better leaders, better managers, better professionals, better citizens of communities, better business owners, better politicians and better parents.
  • Theleaderinyou

    1. 1. The Leader in youMentoring Program for VolunteersCreated by Narelle Stoll Community LeadershipNetwork
    2. 2. IntroductionThe purpose of this document is to assist volunteers develop leadership skillsthrough participation in activitiesIt is hoped that through this document an individual will gain the skills andknowledge needed for them to become an effective community leaderFor more information please visit the websites below. Particularly if any of thelinks on this presentation are missing or brokenRegardsNarelle StollCommunity Leadership NetworkCommunity Leadership Blog
    3. 3. About this presentationThis presentation is made of a series of modules containing briefinformation, recommended readings and activitiesWhile the suggested timeframe for each module is one monththere really is no time limit.To get the best our of this course get a folder with paper to allowyou to write down information and download and savearticles and other useful informationDon’t forget to use your mentorto assist you on your journey
    4. 4. Steps to success
    5. 5. Steps to success What each of these steps represent is a skills you need todevelop towards you becoming a leader They have been arranged in a logical order to assist youprogress and grow in your own pace So lets start with Module 1 Clarity
    6. 6. Module 1 Clarity“ If you don’t know whereyou are going. Anyroad will take youthere.”Lewis Carroll
    7. 7. Purpose of Clarity As you might have discovered your organisation offers aworld of possibilities. However without a structured plan in place you may findyourself drifting and at the end of year feeling disappointedyou did not get what you wanted out of the organisation. A written career plan will give you direction
    8. 8. Areas to consider Financial Health Career Social/Family Spiritual/ beliefConsider short term 1-2 yearsLong term 3+
    9. 9. Leadership skills Public Speaking Project Management Event Management Strategic Management Meeting and Governance Management
    10. 10. Benefits of setting goals Gives you direction in all areas of your life Gives you purpose Puts drive and passion into your lifeFormat for setting goals (SMART) Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Timely
    11. 11. What are some examples of goals and activitiesGoal Develop skills in publicspeaking Develop skills in team workand meeting deadlines Develop skills in leadershipand management Develop skills in meetingprotocol and chairmanshipActivities Participate in icebreakeractivity Be a member of a projector commission team Be a event coordinator orProject Management Be elected to the board
    12. 12. Useful resources Learning and Development plan Goal setting resources Personal Development How to set smart goals
    13. 13. Exercise1. Watch the following video2. Write down the goals of the people featured in the video or aperson that inspires you3. Sit and reflect on what you think your purpose or goal is inlife4. Write it down
    14. 14. Activity: Leadership- People thatinspireGreat Leaders of the World that Inspired Humanity
    15. 15. Further Activity1. Download and read the resource information on goal setting2. Download and read and Learning and Development plan3. Decide what goals you want to achieve for the next sixmonths4. Write them on the learning and development plan
    16. 16. Module 2- Connect
    17. 17. The magic of networking One of the attributes of a successful leader is to have a widecircle of contacts and resources to draw on This is achieved through successful and targeted networking Your organisation can provide many networkingopportunities both local and perhaps National or Internationaldepending on its size Meeting new people can be a daunting experienceSo here are some tips to get you started
    18. 18. Some tips on being a successful networker Do your homework-Know why you are going to the event Dress appropriately Take business cards If you don’t know anyone start with small groups of (2-3)people Introduce yourself with handshake, smile and eye contact Maintain interest in the person Avoid topics that might offend Exchange cards- write date of event when you receive thecard Work the room, don’t stay in the one place
    19. 19. Activity1. Before you attend your next function write down the following on a piece ofpaper What is the purpose of the event? Why am I attending? What type of people I want to network with? What can I offer them?Put these skills into practise at the next event2. Sign up to your organisation social networking sites if you have not alreadydone so.
    20. 20. Module 3-Community
    21. 21. Organisation StructureThis module is all about youbecome involved in yourclub or organisationcommunityAs discussed in induction. AClub or organisation ismade up of a number ofPrograms or events.Every member has theopportunity to participatein any oneof these areas
    22. 22. Getting involvedBy being involved in assisting with events you can gain somevaluable skills. Time management Networking Protocol Event Management Lateral thinking Marketing and Promotion Budgeting Public speaking
    23. 23. Different type of rolesThere are a variety of different roles you can take on within a team.These can include Marketing/ PR person Logistics- venue hire/layout/catering Event promotion Administration Membership (Training and skill development) Financial manager Sponsorship Technical volunteer ( specialist skills/qualifications may be required)Just remember, unlike work generally no qualificationsor expertise required. Just a willingness to give it a go
    24. 24. How to be an effective team member Turn up to meetings on time Participate in discussion Take a note book to jot down actions you are required to do Commit to actions in the specified time Be honest and communicate in advance if unable to complete atask Support and assist other members of the team
    25. 25. How to be an effective team member Respect and follow directions of team leader or supervisor ifsafe to do so Respect and follow the rules and protocol of the organisation Take initiative if you see a task requires doing Be positive and enthusiastic Don’t forget to wear organisation t-shirts or other promotionalmaterial when hosting a public eventRefer to video- Leadership Lessons from the Dancing Guy
    26. 26. Notes on formal events Your organisation may have the opportunity to host aninternational visitor or local dignitary (Mayor, Member ofParliament) Events of this type usually involve a special procedure forhow the event is to be run These types of events will normally have a dress code,running sheet, Master of Ceremonies and formal activitieslike toasts, speeches and presentations. Ensure you are briefed and adhere to the protocol associatedwith the event.
    27. 27. General etiquette at formal events Respect the dress code for the event Turn up to the event at the prescribed time Address the guest formally by correct title when introduced Ensure you stand/sit and be silent when asked to do so by theMaster of Ceremonies Respond to a toast when requested Mind your manners-avoid comments that may offend Wear your organisation badge If seated at a table know your table manners and the correctposition for the cutlery and glasses and side plate
    28. 28. Activity1. Obtain a copy of your Chapter or Clubs organisation chart andevent calendar2. Write down all the activities and events coming up within thenext two months3. Write down two events and roles you would be interested inparticipating in4. Contact the Event Coordinator to make arrangements toattend your first meeting
    29. 29. Module 4- Communicate
    30. 30. Opportunities to develop confidence in Public Speaking Your organisation can offer many opportunities for members togain confidence in public speaking. These include Participation in formal courses Participating in public speaking/debating competitions Delivering verbal report to a meeting Promoting an event to club members Participating in a icebreaker event
    31. 31. Tips on improving your public speaking skills Do your research- know your audience Research your topic well Allow sufficient time to prepare and practice your speech Write your speech out in full and read it out loud beforeconverting to cards Practice your speech using hand cards
    32. 32. Tips on improving your public speaking skills On the day dress professionally with minimum jewellery Maintain eye contact with your audience Speak slowly and clearly Smile and look enthusiastic Finish your speech when requested to do so Watch the following video for inspirationMartin Luther “I had a dream”
    33. 33. ActivityHere are some suggested activities to assist you to get confidence with publicspeaking1. Prepare a verbal report and present it at the next committee meeting2. Participate in a icebreaking activity3. Get two friends involved in a fun ice breaker activity at your nextmeeting as the speakers4. Introduce or thank a guest speaker at your next meeting5. Promote a Project or event you are working to the organisation6. Prepare an article for the newsletter
    34. 34. Module 5- Corporate Social Responsibility
    35. 35. Projects There are many projects you will find that your organisationconducts both at local and possibly even at International level Projects have two functions.1. Develop members leadership skills2. Develop and improve communities at both local andinternational levelMembers have opportunities to participate in Projects at all levelsof the organisation
    36. 36. Skills members can develop As well as the skills listed under module 3 members will also develop thefollowing skills Leadership Cultural awareness Planning Volunteer Resource management Teamwork Budgeting Chairing and running meetings Media relations Grant applications Award submissions Technical or trade skills
    37. 37. Your focus for this module This is now your opportunity to step up and use the skills youhave developed in modules 2 and 3 to lead a project or eventteam. This skill not only requires you to have developed skills inplanning, but also the ability to inspire and motivate others
    38. 38. Tips for successful Project Management Ensure you have developed a Project Plan with clearly definedobjectives and roles Recruit your team based on what you need to deliver Communicate your plan to the team defining clearly theactivities that need to be achieved by each role Develop written position description for each role Have a established meeting schedule where actions arereviewed and issues discussed Ensure minutes are taken and circulated in a timely manner Communicate with team members regularly
    39. 39. ExerciseWatch the following video “Power of one”Identify some of the issues in the videoWhat can you do to make a difference?
    40. 40. Activity1. Offer to chair a community project or Program your organisation isinvolved in2. Read your local paper. Identify a cause or project your organisation canbecome involved in. Prepare a project proposal and present to a boardmeeting3. Speak about a cause or area of interest at your next club event4. Offer to invite a guest speaker from a community organisation to yournext event your members might be interested in5. Prepare a press release
    41. 41. Module 6- Chair
    42. 42. What this module is about The purpose of this module is to introduce you to the processfor running a formal meeting This module is for those members who have stepped up totake on a board position in their organization
    43. 43. Project vs Board meetings While you were a Project chairman you would have had theopportunity to run meetings Normally meetings of this type are run informally withminutes used as a agenda Board meetings are different due to the Governance or legalresponsibilities that board members have in ensuring the Clubis financial and all business is conducted in accordance withobjectives and the Club Constitution The next slide covers some of the different activitiesthat occur at board meetings
    44. 44. Activities at Board meetings Chapter Constitution- Governing or Legal document on howa Chapter is to be run. Managed by the General Legal Counsel Agenda- sets out items to be discussed- Circulated bychairman 1 week before meeting. Chairman- Person that runs the meeting. Ensures the meetingruns to time and Agenda is followed Minutes- Taken and circulated by the secretary. Provides anaccount of what was discussed at the meeting
    45. 45. Activities at Board meetings Written reports- 1 page summary tabled by each boardmember of their activities for the month Motions- Formal method by which decisions are madeon changes to the Chapter Planning day- Meeting once a year to organise and planorganisation events and review the organisation managementsystems
    46. 46. Annual General Meeting An annual formal meeting held each year Activities that are completed at this meeting include Presentation of financial reports Election of the board of directors This meeting is normally chaired by a non-board member Procedure for the organisation and conduct of this meeting isset out in the Chapter constitution
    47. 47. Tips for delivering a report (1-2 minutes) Prepare what you are going to speak on Structure the report in the following format ( no more than 3points under each heading) What was/is the event about Progress to date Further action to be taken When called stand and address the chairman and the audience Speak clearly and stick to the points on the page Finish within the time allocated Conclude with the words “Mr/ Madam ChairmanI would like to table my report.”
    48. 48. Tips for chairing a meeting Prepare and circulate the agenda one week prior to themeeting Read the constitution and parliamentary procedures forchairing meetings. Seek assistance from General LegalCounsel if unsure about procedures Request board members reports one week prior to themeeting so they be distributed with the agenda
    49. 49. Tips for chairing a meeting Start the meeting on time Stick to the Agenda Remain impartial, professional and objective. Take charge ifthe meeting is running over the agenda or becoming heateddue to a sensitive matter being discussed Allow everyone to have a say.
    50. 50. Activity1. At your first meeting after being elected to the board present a report to theorganization or club meeting on your role and areas of responsibilities2. Prepare and present a motion to your board meeting3. Conduct a small group exercise with a minimum of three other people wherepeople in the group take turns being a chairman and conducting a meeting thatruns for about 5-10 minutes. Two other members pretend acting as secretary, adirector and have one person as a observer. Swap roles and critique each othersperformance.4. Obtain a copy and read your organisation’s Constitution5. Obtain a copy of your organisations Parliamentary Procedures
    51. 51. Module 7-Coach
    52. 52. About this module This module is designed to assist people who may be in aposition of assisting or guiding other members. This caninclude Board member Trainer Project Manager Member more than 6 monthsThe purpose of this module is to provide you with someGuidance on how you can become an effective coach
    53. 53. Being a coach The responsibility for being a coach is not something to be taken lightly.You are responsible for ensuring a newer member of the organisationreceives the best knowledge and assistance to enable them to become abetter person or leader. You are also seen as a representative of the organisation by the newmember. A new member will judge the organisation on how you conductyourself A coach is not designed to be the expert in everything really just a guidinghand to assist the new member There is considerable rewards in being a coach or mentor. The best is seeingnew members grow in confidence and take on leadership roles
    54. 54. Some tips on being a great coach Be committed – Meet the new member at agreed schedules. Don’t bedistracted by phones and other members during the meeting. Be honest- If you don’t know something say so. But also offer to find outthe information and get back to the member by the agreed time. Be prepared- Prepare what you are going to deliver and discuss at themeeting in advance Be professional and objective- As a coach you are responsible forproviding feedback to assist the member in being a better person. As well asgiving praise also give constructive feedback on what they can do toimprove next time. Be supportive and respectful- Don’t be disrespectful and demeaning if anindividual does not understand something. Remember once you were abeginner yourself Be prepared to learn- Knowledge is a two way street. Don’t be afraid tolearn something from the person you are coaching.
    55. 55. Activity1. Volunteer to partner with a new member to assist thembecome orientated to the organisation and activities2. Offer to run some a training courses to new members
    56. 56. Video ResourcesVideo Link to the following Information on mentoring Team Building through Effective Coaching Skills
    57. 57. Useful resourcesCommunity Leadership Network online Leadership Courses Public Speaking Planning Meeting Procedure Event Management Project Management How to Lobby
    58. 58. ConclusionI hope you have enjoyed the presentation and have gained many tools and ideas toequip you on your leadership journey.Remember“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”Laozi (c 604 bc - c 531 bc)To conclude please watch this inspiring video. All the best.Think Different