Presentation on theme: "Grow Your Chapter Fortune Forty Chapters September 26, 2013 Fortune Forty Chapters Webinar."— Presentation transcript:
Grow Your Chapter Fortune Forty Chapters September 26, 2013 Fortune Forty Chapters Webinar
2 SHRM Affiliation Requirements 450 chapters are already there! 60 chapters need to get to 51% affiliation 48 chapters need to get to 25 SHRM members 26 chapters need to do both (the Fortune Forty Team!) By December 31, 2016 25 SHRM members and 51% of total membership must be SHRM members 3.5 years to meet the requirements SHRM Chapter Membership Requirements as of January 1, 2012
3 Agenda Membership Get with the Groups Take it on the Road Pump up the Programs Resources
4 Start at Home! Current and Past Members Make them your Partners Survey them by any means – Where they belong – Who they buy from – What do they read – Who do they talk to – What do they want from the chapter Call them to Action The Strategy
5 Start at Home! 1.Announce in a meeting the need for help 2.Survey by email or in meeting handout 3.Use simple questions, give them room to write long or detailed answers 4.Review and group the responses 5.Share the results with the Chapter 6.Ask them to identify the people 7.Challenge them to invite and make it FUN! Put it to Work
6 Get with the Groups Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Better Business Social Groups – Eagles – Kiwanis – Rotary Other Training / Business Groups The Strategy
7 Get with the Groups 1.Find your local groups (MORE is BETTER) 1.Past experience or internet search 2.Survey results from members 2.Call or get introduced 3.Align your purposes 1.Ask about the group: purpose, meetings, etc. 2.Share the purpose of your chapter 4.Determine how you can work together 5.Be CREATIVE!!! Put it to Work
8 Take it on the Road Change when and where you meet Change the program type Identify potential markets – The 15 and 30 mile circle – Find the mid-point – Meetings for 2 groups Quarterly Rotation Partner with another SHRM Chapter Strategy
9 Take it on the Road 1.Start by asking for input 1.Chapter Board 2.Chapter Members 2.Do something simple and inexpensive 1.Introductory Social 2.Networking Event 3.Co-Branded with another group 3.Have a Universal Topic 4.Commit to trying it more than once Put it to Work
10 Pump up the Programs The Most Important Benefit! Partnerships through the State Council Offer Combined Meetings – Chamber, et al – ASTD (Competitor) – Other Social Groups – Local Government (Business Builder) Chapter Seminar or Workshop The Strategy
11 Pump up the Programs 1.Review what your members want 2.Select programs that will get Certified 3.Do other chapters have recommendations 4.What do other organizations need: 1.Basics in HR 2.Leadership / People Management 3.Communication Skills 5.Larger meetings can draw more exposure Put it to Work
12 SHRM Foundation DVD Series Ernst and Young: Creating a Culture of Flexibility Doing Well by Doing Good: Global Sustainability at Aditya Birla Group Once the Deal is Done: Making Mergers Work World Economic Forum: Creating Global Leaders Seeing Forward: Succession Planning at 3M Trust Travels: The Starbucks Story Ethics: The Fabric of Business Fueling the Talent Engine: Finding and Keeping High Performers Pre-approved for HRCI credit (most are strategic!)
14 Volunteer Resources VLRC Resources for Chapters Resources for State Councils
15 Volunteer Resources - VLRC Resources for every volunteer role – don’t reinvent the wheel! Chapter operations: dues, meeting dates/ times, programs, terms of office, etc.
16 Fortune Forty Team Resources FFT Team: – Dorothy, Kristine, Nancy, & Sherry Field Services Directors Regional Administrators SHRM website – FFT Webinars (2012 and 2013) – Volunteer Leader Resource Center
17 2013 SHRM Leadership Conference November 21-23, 2013 www.shrm.org/conferences/leadershipwww.shrm.org/conferences/leadership Registration opened on July 24 th Housing & Registration closes on October 31 st The Conference will be held at the Gaylord National Harbor Hotel & Convention Center 201 Waterfront Street National Harbor, MD 20745 REGISTER NOW!
18 TARGET AUDIENCE: 2014 Chapter President or President-Elect (one per chapter is complimentary; and one at the rate of $450.) State Council Director or State Council Director-Elect (one complimentary per state and one at the rate of $450; if it is a transition year, both the 2013 & 2014 State Council Director may attend at the complimentary rate) State Council Membership Director State Council District Director Chapter Management Professional (CMP) Member Advisory Council (MAC) Representative 2013 SHRM Leadership Conference November 21-23, 2013 www.shrm.org/conferences/leadershipwww.shrm.org/conferences/leadership
19 Additional State Council and Additional Chapter Board attendees can attend at a rate of $450 + all travel/hotel costs. Limit two additional attendees from each chapter or state council. Housing & Registration closes on October 31 st Additional information and registration available at: www.shrm.org/conferences/leadership 2013 SHRM Leadership Conference November 21-23, 2013 www.shrm.org/conferences/leadershipwww.shrm.org/conferences/leadership
20 Fortune Forty Team Discussion Share Ideas, Successes, Challenges Name Chapter City/State
21 Times: 12:00pm noon ET 11:00am CT 10:00am MT 9:00am PT 2013 Webinar Schedule April 11 May 23 July 11 September 26 November 21 On the VLRC – SHRM Website/Communities/Volunteer Leader Resource Center
22 Questions / Ideas? Ready to be Transformational Leaders? Thank You!
23 Your Fortune Forty Staff Team Dorothy Knapp, SPHR Field Services Director – Southeast Region AL, FL, GA, MS, PR, Bermuda & Bahamas Dorothy.Knapp@shrm.org Nancy Conway, SPHR Field Services Director – North Central Region IA, MN, ND, NE, SD & WI Nancy.Conway@shrm.org Sherry Johnson, SPHR Field Services Director – Southwest Central Region AR, LA, MO, OK, TX Sherry.Johnson@shrm.org Kristine Hofmann Regional Administrator Kristine.Hofmann@shrm.org We are here to help!