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TeamTRI Advisor Training for CTSOs


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View the Leadership Success Guide for CTSO Advisors presentation by TeamTRI. This half day program was conducted at the annual ACTE state conference in Arizona and is part of comprehensive professional development and technical assistance curriculum for Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) advisors for FBLA, HOSA, DECA, FCCLA, SkillsUSA, TSA and FFA. Training includes chapter assessment, program of work development, chapter organization, recruitment, preparing students for state office, and social media tools. Enjoy! Contact TeamTRI at if you are interested in using some or all of this presentation beyond personal use.

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TeamTRI Advisor Training for CTSOs

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  4. 4. Chapter Assessment<br />
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  6. 6. “Leadership is not the ability to lead others, it’s the ability to get others to lead themselves.”<br />FBLA Founder Dr. Hamden Forkner<br />
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  11. 11. Get the Right Leaders Leading<br />
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  16. 16. Chapter Activity<br />Planning<br />
  17. 17. Where Have You Been?<br />Who is Navigating?<br />Where Are You Headed?<br />What’s in Your Cargo Already?<br />What Gives You Lift?<br />
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  19. 19. 5-4-3-2-1 POW<br />5: Goal Areas (e.g. communication, PR, CE)<br />4: Objectives (4 objectives per goal)<br />3:ACTIONS per objective (AT LEAST 3)<br />2: Buddies (Accountability Partner)<br />1: Actor (Who is taking the action?) <br />
  20. 20. Sample POW Format<br />
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  28. 28. A/C Chart Notes<br />Captures POW & Opportunities that come up<br />Advisor Initial Recorder (to set the tone)<br />Assign Duty to VP or others (not Secretary)<br />It’s the Standing Agenda for Meetings<br />Do Not Delete Completed Items – Move Them<br />Break Actions Down as Far as Possible<br />President is the Ultimate “Buddy” & “Who”<br />
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  30. 30. Methods to Determine Standards & Consequences<br />STANDARDS<br />Rules of Leadership<br />Inside/Out (Show Me)<br />Wins/Losses<br />CONSEQUENCES<br />Officers Determine<br />Consensus<br />Officers Enforce<br />3 Levels<br />Fun<br />Real Contributor / Added Duty<br />1:1 Notification<br />
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  32. 32. Chapter Management & Social Media<br />
  33. 33. Technology Tools to Manage Officers and Program of Work<br />
  34. 34. Selecting & Preparing a State Officer Candidate<br />
  35. 35. A Few Words on State Officers<br />It’s competitive but not a competitive event<br />Single fastest way to improve your chapter<br />Initially, you have to encourage<br />Enlist state and national officers to help you<br />Select based on potential for leadership<br />Head of The Table vs Seat at the Table<br />Get them started young<br />If elected, do not make them a chapter officer<br />
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  41. 41. Final Lessons from Jay-Z and Buffett<br />Two of America’s most diverse, but, successful business leaders agreed on the core elements of their success<br />1. They grew up in America<br />2. They got started early<br />CTSOs give youth a distinct advantage to leverage their natural advantage growing up in the United States with getting started early. Advisors are the key to providing the opportunity to get started early!<br />
  42. 42. Let’s Build Future Industry Leaders!<br />RYAN UNDERWOOD<br />CEO & Chief Leadership Officer<br />TRI Leadership Resources<br />CONNECT<br />Phone: 202-664-1174<br />Email:<br />Web:<br />Twitter:<br /><br />Facebook:<br />YouTube: Search the TeamTRI Channel<br />Slide Share: Download Free PowerPoints!<br />LinkedIn: Join the TeamTRI Group!<br />Blog:<br />Mobile App: Search PLI BLOG in iTunes<br />