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Advisers The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
An Advisor Attends meetings Oversees budget Assists with reporting / deadlines Ensures new member selections
A Good Advisor Provides Experience / ideas Resources Continuity / uniformity Houses chapter supplies / records Support for chapter activities Leadership development Good judgment / voice of reason
A Good Advisor Aids chapter in setting goals Motivates member participation Enthusiastically participates in chapter activities Knows when to intervene Provides Feedback / Positive reinforcement
A Good Advisor Understands university & TBP policies Liaison between chapter and institution Develops future leadership Trains successors Divides duties
A Good Advisor is Visible Consistent Has a sense of humor
A Good Advisor does not Assume leadership / ownership Meetings Projects Finances Records Dominate / Influence / Control Underestimate influence
A Good Advisor is not Passive Bystander Too busy
How to Find an Advisor Must be a Tau Bate – but can be initiated Favorite faculty members P&T vs Service Diverse departments Retired faculty Alumni members Enlist administration
Care & Feeding of Advisors Show Appreciation Include in communications Meet informally Invite to social events Suggest attend District/National meetings
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