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1 Advisor Recruitment and Training Association of College Honor Societies

2 Getting Started Dan Ashlock, Arizona State University Dan Ashlock, Arizona State University Director, Student Engagement Director, Student Engagement Community Service, Student Government, Campus Activities, Student Legal Assistance, Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Organizations, Residential Student Engagement Community Service, Student Government, Campus Activities, Student Legal Assistance, Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Organizations, Residential Student Engagement ASU – more than 600 clubs ASU – more than 600 clubs

3 Ground Rules Respect each others opinions Respect each others opinions Participate fully in the session Participate fully in the session Agree to keep sensitive examples confidential Agree to keep sensitive examples confidential Ask questions/challenge each other Ask questions/challenge each other Have a good time Have a good time

4 Session Goals To share knowledge and trends related to advising student organizations To share knowledge and trends related to advising student organizations To engage in dialogue about the challenges of finding advising support To engage in dialogue about the challenges of finding advising support To build a network of colleagues To build a network of colleagues To identify critical areas for training advisors To identify critical areas for training advisors

5 Participant Census Whos in attendance Whos in attendance Briefly identify a challenge you have faced relating to selecting or training advisors Briefly identify a challenge you have faced relating to selecting or training advisors

6 ZOOM! Look at your picture and observe the details Look at your picture and observe the details Do not SHOW others your picture Do not SHOW others your picture Your goal is to sequence the pictures in the correct order without looking at one anothers pictures Your goal is to sequence the pictures in the correct order without looking at one anothers pictures Banyai, Istvan, 1995, Zoom, Viking (Penguin Books) Banyai, Istvan, 1995, Zoom, Viking (Penguin Books)

7 ZOOM! debrief What were the challenging components of Zoom? What were the challenging components of Zoom? What type of communication was used in attempting to solve the problem? What type of communication was used in attempting to solve the problem? What might have worked better? What might have worked better? What kind of leadership emerged? What kind of leadership emerged? How does Zoom relate to advising student organizations? How does Zoom relate to advising student organizations?

8 Recruiting Advisors Ask student leadership to nominate Ask student leadership to nominate Talk to campus resources Talk to campus resources Student Activities Office Student Activities Office Student Affairs Office Student Affairs Office Academic Units related to your organization Academic Units related to your organization Identify Alumni of your organization Identify Alumni of your organization Share expectations from the first interaction Share expectations from the first interaction Give reasonable time to think about commitment Give reasonable time to think about commitment

9 Student Organization Influences Mandated Responsibilities Mandated Responsibilities Delegated Responsibilities Delegated Responsibilities Deferred Responsibilities Deferred Responsibilities Relational Responsibilities Relational Responsibilities Appointment Responsibilities Appointment Responsibilities The Student Govt will… The Student Govt will… Executed permission Executed permission When asked, give feedback When asked, give feedback By virtue of organization status… By virtue of organization status… Placement of students on institutional committees Placement of students on institutional committees Nolfi Torok, 1999, Advising Student Governments

10 Advising Knowledge Relationships for the Advisor Relationships for the Advisor To the National Organization To the National Organization To the Senior Student Affairs Officer To the Senior Student Affairs Officer To the Student Honor Society Leaders To the Student Honor Society Leaders To Other Campus Officials To Other Campus Officials To Other Student Leaders To Other Student Leaders

11 Advising Knowledge, cont. Legal Issues Legal Issues Know the role your student organization plays in governance structures Know the role your student organization plays in governance structures Open meeting rules Open meeting rules Student Fees Student Fees State National Institutional Local/City Rules on campus for funding

12 Training Student Leaders Role of student leaders in your organization and national expectations Historical Context of your organization Understanding the Institution Understanding the Organization General Leadership Budget Polices (written & unwritten) Governance Organization Chart Budget Individual Roles by Position Constitution/Bylaws Policies/Processes Ethics/Values/Accountability Effective Meeting Management Conflict management Problem Solving Communication Group Development Time Management Leadership styles

13 Developing Advising Strategies Kathleen E. Allens Environmental Factors that affect appropriate selection of advising style Kathleen E. Allens Environmental Factors that affect appropriate selection of advising style 1.Institutional expectations placed on the advisor and the student organization 2.Student leader expectations placed on the advisor 3.Developmental maturity of the organization and its current leadership Allen, May 1983, Campus Activities Programming

14 Developing Advising Strategies Use Bolman and Deals Four Frames of Reference to effectively move an agenda through the political process Use Bolman and Deals Four Frames of Reference to effectively move an agenda through the political process 1.The Political Frame Identification of limits and boundaries of authority Identification of limits and boundaries of authority 2.The Human Resource Frame Creation of supporting, caring, trusting environment Creation of supporting, caring, trusting environment 3.The Structural Frame Productivity from clear roles and organizational goals Productivity from clear roles and organizational goals 4.The Symbolic Frame Characteristics that give meaning to organization and express faith of members/leaders Characteristics that give meaning to organization and express faith of members/leaders Bolman & Deal, 1991, Reframing Organizations

15 Building Credibility Honesty Honesty Competence Competence Future focus Future focus Inspirational Inspirational Kouzes & Posner, 1995, The Leadership Challenge

16 Establishing Credibility Advising Characteristics Advising Characteristics Consistency with decisions Consistency with decisions Advocating for students Advocating for students Listening to students Listening to students High-visibility at student events High-visibility at student events Understanding student government goals Understanding student government goals Developing relationships with students Developing relationships with students Meeting students on their turf Meeting students on their turf Attending student meetings Attending student meetings Student Characteristics Student Characteristics Consistency decision making Advocating for students Listening to advisor High-visibility at major student events Achieving the student organization goals Developing relationships with key student leaders Offering to meet in the advisors office Involving advisor in executive meetings Nolfi Torok, 1999, Advising Student Governments


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