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Title: NETWORK OF EXECUTIVE WOMEN


1
NETWORK OF EXECUTIVE WOMEN
  • Board of Directors meeting
  • Monday, October 12, 2009
  • 8 am 2 pm
  • Meeting rooms State Rooms 34
  • Conference Center, 3rd floor
  • Sheraton Dallas Hotel
  • 400 N. Olive St.
  • Dallas, TX 75201

2
Agenda
  • 730-800 am Breakfast
  • 800-805am Welcome, President Introductions
    Trudy Bourgeois
  • 805-820am Welcome, Introductions Alison K.
    Paul
  • 820-835am Quorum , Antitrust, Previous
    Minutes, By law changes, Policy Adoption -
    Kim Feil
  • 835-845am Treasurers Report, Financials and
    Projections Joan Toth for Betsy Hosick
  • 845-900am Succession Planning Update and
    Approval of Board Slate Alison K. Paul,
    Helayne Angelus
  • 900-910am Global Expansion Update Helayne
    Angelus
  • 910-1000am Becoming a Mature Non Profit
    Report from Summer 2009 Branding Project
    Michelle Gloeckler
  • 1000-1015am Break
  • 1015-1030am Engaging the Board in Next Steps
    Trudy Bourgeois
  • Brainstorming (are we on the right track)
  • What are the right priorities
  • Looking at a 2-year horizon
  • Sustainability Modality
  • Framework for report out

3
Agenda Cont.
  • 1030-1140am Four Strategic Areas of Focus
    Breakout Sessions (includes 10 minute report
    out by committee chair)
  • Regional Programming Maria Edelson
  • Membership ROI (including programming/education),
    scholarship/attraction) Kathy Casey, Kim Feil,
    Debbie Wildrick
  • Sponsorship Activation (including sponsor survey
    results) Nancy Krawczyk for Regenia Stein
  • Increase Unaided Awareness (including trade
    relations) - Michelle Gloeckler, Mike Gorshe
  • 1140-100pm Group Report Outs and Working Lunch
  • 100-150pm Action Work Who Owns What
    Michelle Gloeckler
  • 150-200pm Closing Remarks and Adjourn Alison
    K. Paul

4
Welcome/Presidents Introduction
  • Welcome to new board members
  • Thank you to all for your time and support of
    NEW!
  • Introductions
  • Your name, company, role at your company and on
    the NEW board

5
Secretarys Report
  • Quorum
  • Antitrust
  • Approval of Previous Minutes
  • Proposed By law Changes
  • Policy adoption

6
Proposed Bylaw Changes
7
NEW Scholarship Criteria
8
Treasurers Criteria
  • Technical Skills
  • Strong business leaderConsensus builderTime
    managementFinance experience and knowledge firm
    understanding of balance sheets and
    budgetsKnowledge of non-profit tax law and
    codesAbility to prepare budget across
    organization
  • External Work Experience
  • Retail and/or consumer packaged goods
    experienceExperience in being held accountable
    for PLFinance and Accounting background

9
Treasurers Report
  • Net Assets 753,338 ahead of Last Year
  • Accounts Receivable gt90 days 136,958 (36,200
    Regional)
  • Committed Sponsorships 1,202,916
  • 17,250 Over Last Year
  • Operating Expense 261,869 over Last Year

10
OSM Succession Planning Pillar
Succession Planning PILLAR
Objectives Goals, Strategies, Measures (OSM)
11
NEW Succession Planning Pillar Progress
  • Started effort at 2008 board meeting
  • Committee partnered with Deloitte
  • Examined current process, tools
  • Recommended additional tools, process, rigor
  • Presented to Board April 2009
  • Recommendations from board members to simplify
  • Today we are kicking off that process
  • President owns this year, Past president going
    forward
  • Board ASKS
  • Review Board Matrix to be sure we accurately
    captured your data
  • Start thinking about YOUR successor
  • Complete (if not done already) Board evaluation
    surveyour baseline for future metrics
  • Thank you to all of you helped in this
    processespecially Michele Murphy and our
    committee of volunteers

12
Simplified Succession Management Flow
Phase
New
Existing
Owner
Record Keeping, Meeting Planning, Timeline
Tracking, Communications, General Support
13
Succession Management Implementation Plan
By-law mandated dates 2010 dates pending board
approval on 10/12/09
14
Nominating Committee
  • 2009 Slate-12 candidates to be approved
  • Three New Board Members to be Nominated, Christy
    Consler (Safeway), Gail Jordan (Stop
    Shop/Giant), and Chelle Moore (Walmart)
  • All Candidates met criteria set by the nominating
    committee
  • Continued success in attracting excellent Board
    Nominees
  • Recognition of outgoing board members
  • DeDe Priest
  • Debra Grosh
  • James White
  • Jennie Jones
  • Helayne Angelus

15
Nominating Committee
16
OSM Global Expansion Pillar
Global PILLAR Objectives Goals,
Strategies, Measures (OSM)
17
NEW Global Pillar -- Progress
  • NEW Global Sub Team Members several conference
    calls with eight subteam members.
  • Designed an eight question internet survey with
    over 20 responses and individual follow up
    interviews.
  • Agreement in last Board meeting to develop a plan
    for piloting in Toronto and Mexico City a lead
    for outside US expansion
  • Recommendation on next steps to include better
    definition of the work to be done including a
    comprehensive RFP, and roadmap with key
    deliverables for NEWs long term growth plans

18
Board of Directors MeetingBecoming a Mature
Non-profit OrganizationOctober 12, 2009
19
Your Network of Executive Women is approaching a
milestone
  • Are we prepared?
  • How will we contribute?
  • How will we lead?
  • Are we dynamic and fast?
  • Are we flexible and responsive?
  • What is the role of the Board?
  • Are YOU READY to guide and influence?

20
Non-Profit Organizational Lifecycle Model
Leadership Adaptive Management Technical
Sustain
Stage 4
Stage 3
Grow
Stagnant
Decline
Community Impact
Mature
Stage 2
Begin
Stage 1
Dissolve
Infrastructure Development
Renew
Core Program Development
Adolescent
Start
Up
Defunct
20
This model is adapted from Susan K. Stevens
Nonprofit Lifecycles Staged-Based Wisdom for
Nonprofit Capacity (Stagewise Enterprises, 2002.)
21
Summary of Aug. 2009 Branding and Marketing Work
October 12, 2009
22
Contents NEW Branding and Marketing
23
Branding and Marketing Session
24
3 Types of Segmentation drive resources
priorities
  • Tier Title, Platinum, Gold, Silver, Regional
  • Class Foundation, Recently added, A/O
  • Type CPG, Retail, Other

Sponsor Segmentation
Member Segmentation for Programs
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Executives
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Executives
  • Ambassadors

Member Segmentation for Marketing
25
Network of Executive Womens Mission Statement
  • To attract, retain, and advance
  • women
  • in the consumer products
  • and retail industry

26
Positioning to sponsors and members
  • To diversity decision makers and high potential
    women
  • at CPG retailers and their suppliers,
  • the Network of Executive Women is the
  • network that provides collaborative engagement
  • that advances women
  • and drives business

27
Mission, Segmentation and Positioning drive the
Brand Nationally and Regionally
  • Brand Personality
  • Authentic
  • Inspiring
  • Professional
  • Confidence builder

Functional representation encourage drift to
wider functional representation
28
2012 Strategic Objectives
  • Five key focus areas of our 2012 strategic
    objectives
  • Sponsorship enrollment
  • Regional involvement and activity
  • Sponsor and member perception of Networking of
    Executive Women value
  • Mission statement centric
  • Cash flow

29
2012 Strategic Objectives
30
2010 Objectives
31
2010 Marketing/Selling objectives and owners
32
2010 Marketing/Selling objectives Topics for BOD
33
Commitment to Implementation
2010 Marketing Selling Objectives
2012 Strategic Objectives
2010 Strategic Objectives
  • Executive committee member assigned to each
    strategy/objective complimented with a staff
    member
  • Quarterly meeting cadence to provide status on
    each strategy/objective
  • Board will receive updates and be asked to engage
    at least once a year to monitor progress and
    provide continuity throughout leadership changes

34
Non-Profit Organizational Lifecycle Model
Leadership Adaptive Management Technical
Sustain
Stage 4
Stage 3
Grow
Stagnant
Decline
Community Impact
Mature
Stage 2
Begin
Stage 1
Dissolve
Infrastructure Development
Renew
Core Program Development
Adolescent
Start
Up
Defunct
34
This model is adapted from Susan K. Stevens
Nonprofit Lifecycles Staged-Based Wisdom for
Nonprofit Capacity (Stagewise Enterprises, 2002.)
35
Engaging the Board in Next Steps
  • Brainstorming (are we on the right track)
  • What are the right priorities
  • Looking at a 2-year horizon
  • Sustainability Modality
  • Framework for Report out

36
Breakout Groups and Supporting Reports
37
Regional Committee Update
  • Demand Continues to grow with YTD Registrations
    16 ahead of last year
  • Annual prj. Is 6200 or 20 over last year
    despite softening in 4 regions
  • Older regions with softer registration Chicago,
    Dallas, Metro NY Twin Cities
  • New Chapters driving the growth 1100 vs. yago -
    So Cal and Carolinas , plus Fall Twin Cities
    event
  • NEW Chapter Progress Contingent on Retailer
    Engagement
  • Toronto Region under evaluation led by Kraft
  • Seattle launch with Costco
  • Informal events in Atlanta (Kraft/CCNA) and
    Denver (White Wave/Dean)
  • Consistent Communication is Critical to Sustain
    our Brand NEW
  • Updated Regional guidelines to clarify process
    (Connections events) to avoid cannibalization.
  • Communication NEW Regional WebPages / NEW
    Event Calendar -- black out dates provide
    consistent support, encourages advance planning
    and balance.
  • Quarterly calls to share best practices and
    process updates (event registration process, no
    group invoices, promotions, fundraising pkg.
    and membership requirement -- serve on committee.

38
Regional Registration Trends by Event 2008-2009
4 Regions Declining3 with 2nd event actual s
Note 10 Fall events in 2009 are projections
39
Total Registration by Region 2008-2009
40
NEW Regional Groups Expand our Reach
Toronto 2010
Seattle 2010
Twin Cities
Western Michigan U.
Portland State U.
New England
Chicago
Greater Philadelphia
Cincinnati
New York Metro
Northern California
Northwest Arkansas
Mid-Atlantic
The Carolinas
Southern California
Dallas
Atlanta2011
Current - 15
Tampa
2010 Potential Expansion - 2
Potential Expansion - 2011
2008 2009 Total Groups 13 15 Total
Attendees 5100 6200 Total Formal Events 22 28
41
OSM Member Value Pillar
Membership/Value
Proposition/education PILLAR Objectives
Goals, Strategies, Measures (OSM)
42
Membership Committee Report
2,059
1,431
1,212
43
Membership Committee Report
1,431
1,241
1,212
  • Total number of corporate member sub-accounts
    activated since May 26, 2009.
  • Activated corporate member sub-accounts
    corporate members connected to ambassador
    account.
  • Estimated corporate seats 2,915 progress to date
    43 completed since website launched.

44
Membership Committee
45
Membership Committee
46
Education Committee 2009 Goals
  • Continue to improve ROI to members
  • Understand evolving needs of current and future
    members core competencies
  • Incorporate workforce trends and best practices
    in education offering
  • Multicultural Workforce 2009 Addressing 6
    Platforms
  • Executive Leadership Conference 2009 Thriving
    in Tough Times
  • NEW Annual Summit 2009 Smart, Fast, Flexible
    3 breakout tracks
  • Align with value proposition renew focus against
    development of online skill building modules
  • Work with external resource
  • Continue success against scholarship program
    Scholar Shop 2009

47
Education Committee
  • 2010 Schedule Complete
  • Executive Leadership Forum
  • Westin Stonebriar  Resort
  • Tuesday, July 13 Thursday, July 15, 2010 
  • Multicultural Workforce
  • W Dallas - Victory 
  • Tuesday, March 16 - Thursday, March 18, 2010  
  • Annual Summit
  • The Westin Charlotte
  • Monday, September 27 - Tuesday, September 28,
    2010
  • 2010 Step Change Committee
  • Better Defined Roles
  • Enhanced Outcomes
  • Consistent Themes

48
OSM Sponsorship Value/ROI Pillar
Sponsorship/ROI PILLAR Objectives
Goals, Strategies, Measures (OSM)
49
Sponsorship Committee
  • Progress as of 9/22/09 growth through a
    challenging economy
  • YTD we have exceeded budget of 1.1M and have
    raised 1.245m in sponsor revenue
  • Out of 52 sponsors, 3 pending invoicing, 1 at
    risk MARS NA Candy 1 Platinum KPMG (Oct
    renewals) 1 Gold MARS (July 09 renewal)
  • We have sold 6 new sponsors - 5 from our
    target list 1 Title Food Lion/Delhaize 2
    Gold Kimberly Clark, Newell Rubbermaid 3
    Silver Coty, Jamba Juice, SC Johnson
  • Sponsor changes 1 Platinum shifting upward
    to Title Clorox 1 Platinum shifted downward
    to Gold 7- Eleven 1 Gold sponsor shifted
    downward to Silver Pepsi Bottling Group
    (acquisition target) 2 Silver sponsors lost
    Morton Salt Hy Vee (15,000)

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Sponsorship Committee 2010 Forecast
  • Maintain our Base Enhance the Value Proposition
  • Maintain and grow activation at 18 Title and 15
    Platinum sponsors who generates 85 of our
    revenue
  • Recognize some risk at lower sponsor levels due
    to economy and mergers Cadbury, Chiquita,
    Kalypso, Pepsi Bottling Group
  • Share new Sponsor level program with select
    group to determine refinements and optimal timing
    for roll-out. (Add Diamond level)
  • Secure new sponsors focused on CPG and Retail
    and expand selectively outside of our industry.
    (Pharma with OTC Products, Expanded Retail like
    Best Buy, Michaels, Radio Shack)
  • A target NestleB targets Brown Forman, Diageo,
    HeinzC targets AP, AG Bayer, Best-Buy,
    Dannon, Dollar General, CH Robinson, Glaxo Smith
    Klein, IBM, Novartis and, Rite-Aid

52
Sponsor Survey Fall 2009
23 response rate (26 responses). 49 of
respondents were Title or Platinum
sponsorsPlease rate the value of NEW
sponsorship to your organization
Percent An exceptional value,
worth more than my organization paid for it  
20.00 A good value, worth about what my
organization paid for it   64.00 A poor
value, worth less than my organization paid for
it   4.00 Not sure/no answer  

12.00 How likely is it that
your organization will continue its sponsorship
of NEW?   Response Percent Very
likely   48.00 Likely   36.00
Unlikely   0.00 Very unlikely
 0.00 Not sure/no answer 16.00
84 rate value as exceptional or good and 84 are
very likely or likely to renew
53
Trade and Industry Relations
  • Progress to date
  • FMI Partnership with Future Connect in Dallas
    May 2009 rescheduled same time as Summit -so
    Trudy Bourgeois reception program was
    rescheduled. Reception with the Dallas NEW
    Regional Committee cancelled.
  • NEW has an active presence on education
    committee via Joan and Associate Executive
    Committee via Mike.
  • Key FMI VIPs invited to Board dinner at Summit.
  • GMA GMA Exec Conference in September featured
    Kim Feil in Coffee with session
  • GMA Executive Conference honored Outstanding
    NEW Champion Jeff Noddle
  • GMA/NEW partnered and published new study on
    sales talent mgmt, on podium at ELF and GMAs MSM
    conferences
  • NACS co-hosting reception at NACS Show for 3rd
    year
  • SIFE NEW Partnership continues to grow
  • RILA, NACDS, CIES - all status quo.

54
2010 Board Meeting Schedule
  • - Tuesday, March 16th Dallas, TX
  • 1200pm-500pm
  • Monday, September 27th Charlotte, NC
  • 800am-300pm

55
Discussion and Action Items
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