Officer Leadership Training - South Area

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Free parking and metro accessible (College Park Metro Station is about a 10 minute walk).Please park in the West parking lot along the runway and not in front of the museum.

Please register on VTools so we have the proper count for food and seats. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

Please consider bringing your fully charged laptop and a working IEEE user sign on and password. You will have an opportunity to do some hands-on exercises. 


IEEE South Area Leadership Training Seminar

Interested in being more active in the IEEE but not sure how?  This seminar will teach you about the practices, policies, and tools used to organize events, run meetings, and take on a greater leadership role.  The focus is on the nuts-and-bolts of running activites; sessions include:

* Overview of the IEEE and Region 2

* Primarily responsibilities of section and chapter officer positions: Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, and Secretary

* Tools and techniques for running an effective chapter

* Running Effective Meetings

* Financial management

* VTools

Parking is free and lunch will be provided.

 



  Date and Time

  Location

  Contact

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  • College Park Airport
  • 1909 Corporal Frank Scott Dr,
  • College Park, Maryland
  • United States 20740
  • Building: Operations Building to the left of the museum.
  • Room Number: Conference room 2nd floor
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  • Co-sponsored by Baltimore Section, Northern Virginia Section, Washington Section
  • Starts 03 January 2020 10:11 AM
  • Ends 24 January 2020 10:11 AM
  • All times are EST
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: Please let us know if you have a special dietary request.
  • Register






Agenda

25 January 2020, from 9:00 to 3:00 (doors open at 8:30)

College Park Airport, 1909 Corporal Frank Scott Dr, College Park, MD 20740

The meeting will be in the conference room upstairs. As you look at the front of the building enter on the left side. Go to the lobby on the left and up the stairs. There is plenty of free parking to the left of the buildings. Please do not park in front of the Museum.

Time

Item       

Owner

8:30

Networking, registration, coffee and continental breakfast

 

9:00

Introductions and overview of the day

·       Organization of IEEE, R2, Societies MGA, OUs. How do they all fit together?

o   IEEE, R2, Societies, MGA, OUs

o   The Sections

o   The Chapters & Affinity Groups

Doug Holly

9:30

The role of the Chair & Vice Chair

Charles Dietlein

10:00

The role of the Secretary

Sundi Myint

10:20

Break

 

10:30

Planning Effective Meetings – some tools, tricks and cautions for meetings

Doug Holly

11:00

Chapter/Section Finances

·       Income                          

·       Expenses

·       Reporting and Reimbursement

o   Cash Chapters (15 WASH, 10 NoVA)

o   HOP Chapters (10 WASH, 5 NoVA)

·       Best Practices / Ethics

Harvey Newman

11:40

Lunch

 

12:20

OU Analytics – what it is, why it is valuable and why and how to use it

Vtools – create a meeting notice, eNotice, and file a meeting report

Marty Schulman

1:00

Growing the organization – tools and ideas to retain, increase membership

·       Student Branches and Student Activity

·       Science Fairs

·       Senior Members

·       Awards

Sundi Myint

 

 

Doug Holly

1:30

Break

 

1:40

Introduction to Creating a Website for your OU

Charles Dietlein

2:00

Comments from Chairs (maximum of 10 minutes each)

South Area - Region structure and available support to the chapters and sections

Baltimore

NOVA

Washington

Wrap- up

 

Don Herres

Barin Nag

Michaela Iorga

Sundi Myint

Doug Holly



We will be doing hands on exercises and if you have your sign-on and a lap top you will be able do some exercises. If you don't bring one we will be projecting the results so you will certainly be able to follow along. We will not have time or resources to help resolve sign-on issues so please work it out with IEEE ahead of time if you do not usually use your IEEE sign on. Also we do not have power cords so please bring a full battery.