A Course for Sorority Councils
Executive Board Vision planning is a 7-module course to walk individual officers & councils collectively through the pertinent stages of a leadership term! Through video lectures, reflective worksheets, and facilitated discussions, leaders will develop clarity and direction for their position.
We built this course to provide council & chapter officers direction and insight into critical issues as they embark on their leadership position.
Executive Board Vision Planning is designed to enhance each member's leadership and unite the board collectively to inspire change for the sorority community!
Module 1: Vision and Collaboration
This module focuses on individual officer and collective board goals. The executive board will identify a clear purpose for the council and finalize the calendar to reflect the priorities of the community.
Module 2: Chapter Engagement
With a united vision for the upcoming year, it's time to get the chapters on board! We'll strategize how to educate chapters on council initiatives and cultivate a positive Panhellenic culture among chapter members.
Module 3: Recruitment Ready
We'll deep dive into all roles in primary recruitment: recruiter responsibility, recruitment counselor mentorship, potential new member experience, and Panhellenic executive board oversight. This module will also outline strategies to increase recruitment registration through marketing efforts starting now.
Module 4: Sustaining Momentum
Before we head into finals and summer plans, we'll assess expectations and responsibilities of officers and chapters over the break. We'll implement ways to maintain the value of the Panhellenic experience for when we return to campus!
Module 5: Reviewing Your Vision
So you've survived recruitment! This module provides an opportunity for the council to reset and ensure that the goals set at the beginning of the year are executed. Discussions will also include opportunities to redirect focus if necessary.
Module 6: So Who's Next?
In this module, we explore a commonly overlooked component of the officer role: identifying strong candidates and empowering these emerging leaders to apply for council leadership. We will discuss the value of calling out strengths in our Panhellenic sisters and preparing the future of our council .
Module 7: Pass the Gavel
November - December Timeframe
As your term comes to an end, we'll discuss the accomplishments and growth opportunities of your council's term and opportunities you would love to see the next team grow. By giving an honest assessment of the year, your council will ensure a successful transition of officers.
Since I joined my sorority 6 years ago, I have had a vision of a greater, restored sorority experience. My experience in leadership roles such as Panhellenic delegate, chapter president, and Panhellenic VP gave me framework of how I can improve my sisters' experiences. After working with sorority women professionally, I founded Her Sorority Journey to provide you, as a newly elected sorority officer, exactly what you need to THRIVE in your role. Everything we create has you at the front of mind. Know that this course was designed to serve you, exactly where you are in your sorority journey!