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Research Policy Practice National Dialogue: Phase III The Journey Ahead February 28, 2013.

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2 Research Policy Practice National Dialogue: Phase III The Journey Ahead February 28, 2013

3 Conference Call Reminders 1-888-757-2790 - Pass Code: 754794# In consideration of others we will mute all lines to begin the conversation.*6 will un- mute your phone and allow you back into the call when you have a comment or question. This call and webinar are being recorded. Research Policy Practice

4 Your Facilitators Research Policy Practice Jamie AshtonGera JacobsJerlean Daniel Roberta SchomburgGwen Simmons

5 National Dialogue Journey Continues Purpose of this Leadership Presentation is to; Reinforce the Original Goal of the National Dialogue Share Outcomes from the January 2013 NAEYC Governing Board Meeting Recap Recommendations Define Phase III Reinforce the Foundation Already in Place Begin Identifying New Sources of Information, Tools, and Road Map Research Policy Practice

6 Original Goal of the National Dialogue Explore and Strengthen the Relationship Among and Between the Association’s Components Affiliate Council Oversight Jointly Approved Process Based on Affiliate Leader Reflections Surveys, Focus Groups, Trends, Interviews, Regional and National Meetings Research Policy Practice

7 January Governing Board Meeting Outcomes Acknowledged and Commended AC and GB Subcommittees, Affiliate Council, Engaged Leadership Recommendations Received and Identified Three Critical, Core Issues Facing the Association Desire to Continue the Dialogue Phase III: Collaborative Process Executive Summary Requested Research Policy Practice

8 Mission Recommendation Focus Should be on Both the Professional and the Child Develop Guidelines to Support Components in Reviewing and Reworking their Mission Statements to Ensure Alignment with the Mission of the National Component. Research Policy Practice

9 Structural Relationship Recommendation Reconfigure the Way in which Components Affiliate with the National Component Simplify the Responsibilities of Local Components Set the Stage for more Effective Services to Members Recognize the Unique Role of City-States within the Association. Research Policy Practice

10 Member Voice Recommendation Create Multiple Ways to Recognize Shared Members’ Areas of Expertise, and to Increase the Opportunity for their Active Engagement and Influence throughout this Association Research Policy Practice

11 Comment Periods Opportunity to Further Inform the Governing Board and Affiliate Council Leadership Comment Period Extended until March 8th Member Comment Period to be Extended until March 12 th Comments Summarized and sent to GB, AC, and Leadership Raw Data Posted Online Research Policy Practice

12 Comment Periods Current Summary of Findings (2.27.13) 8 Responses (3 Local, 4 State, 1 Staff) General Support of Mission Review Clear Need to Address the Structure Support the Concept of Becoming “Member-Centric” Concerns Raised Consider those Locals that are Functioning Well States that may not be Poised to Assume Additional Responsibilities and Oversight Identify Costs to Dissolve an Incorporation Research Policy Practice

13 Defining Phase III Collaborative Process Create Work Plan and Timeline Gather Additional Data as Identified Determine Resource Capacity Human and Financial Engage Stakeholders Transition and Implementation Plans Resulting in Final Approval by the Governing Board Research Policy Practice

14 Building on the Foundation High Performing, Inclusive Organization (HPIO) Remains Central to this Process Guiding Principles and Decision Making Criteria Maintain and Revise as Needed Determine the Role and Function of Leadership and Staff Develop a New Charge as Guidance Look Forward not Back Build on the Work to Date Research Policy Practice

15 Narrowing the Path: Information and Tools AEYC Board Toolkit Phase III Requires a Mechanism to Engage Board Leadership A System to Inform Boards of Pending Decisions with a Mechanism to Gain their Feedback Provides Consistent and Accurate Information Allows for Formal Information Gathering Research Policy Practice

16 The Road Map Identify a Process to Review the Association’s Mission Determine whether or not to Add Reference to the Early Childhood Professional Determine how much Mission Alignment across Components will Best Serve the Association Identify a New Structural Model Fewer Components Affiliated with the National Component Determine what our Joint Capacity is to Transition to a New Model Identify Opportunities for Members Active Engagement and Influence Across the Association Research Policy Practice

17 The Road Map Research Policy Practice Recognize that Phase III Builds on the Recommendations Recognize the Interdependent Nature of the Relationship across Components Achieve the Ultimate Goal of Strengthening Component Relationship Recognize all Stakeholders are Necessary to Address each Recommendation Identify Policy and Operational Implications Affirm Commitment to HPIO

18 Change is a Process not an Event Research Policy Practice This is Truly an Opportunity to Create an Association that is Nimble Enough to Face the Future, Effective Enough to Engage and Grow Membership, and with Enough Commitment to Honor the Principles of a High Performing, inclusive Organization.

19 Your Questions and Comments Research Policy Practice Jamie AshtonGera JacobsJerlean Daniel Roberta SchomburgGwen Simmons

20 Thank You! Please Direct Questions to your Affiliate Council Representative or to the Affiliate and Member Relations Department 1-800-424-2460 Research Policy Practice

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