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Title: WELCOME TO EOW 2003


1
WELCOME TO EOW 2003
2
VIDEO
  • Sharing The Vision

3
  • Lets Get To Know One AnotherSTAND UP AND
    JOIN HANDS
  • Who You Are
  • Time in YPO
  • 1 Thing About You Only Your Spouse Knows

4
  • Complete Postcards
  • Question Cards at Your place
  • Drop Them Back At Lunch/End Of Day

5
INTRODUCTION OF FACULTY
  • Shep Moyle (Master)(Meng Shi han)
  • Member of Indiana Chapter Since 1992
  • Served as Communications Chair, Assistant Ed
    Chair, Ed Chair, Chapter Chair and Chapter
    Development Officer
  • Co-Chair, 2001 Paris EOW, Chair 2002 LA EOW
  • Best of the Best Education 1999
  • Chair, Raising Responsible Children 2000, 2002,
    2003
  • Education Awards Judge 2001 2002
  • Central Region Chair 2001-2003
  • International Board of Directors (2 Years)
  • Education Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Audit Chair 2002-03
  • Chair, Global Leadership Conference 2005

6
  • Derek Johannson (Co-Chair) (Jiang De rui)
  • Joined YPO and the Manitoba Canada Chapter in
    1991
  • Served as Communications Chairman, Event
    Chairman, Chapter Chairman
  • Chair, Chapter Administrators Workshop LA GLC
  • Member International Board of Directors since
    2001
  • Education Chair for Canadian Regional Conference-
    1997
  • International Director of Manitoba Chapter
    Officers
  • South Africa Family University Education Chair
    2003
  • Latin American Family University Young Adult
    Chair in 2001 and 2003
  • Education Officer for Canadian Regional Council -
    2003
  • Western Canada University Chair 2006

7
AND EVEN MORE FACULTY
  • Earl Sasser, Harvard Business School
  • Mark Scheinberg, Forum Chair
  • John Macomber, Education Committee
  • Michael Koss, Michael Koss_at_KOSS
  • Daniel Schwartz dschwartz_at_dynamica.com
  • Adrian Pouliot apoutlio_at_entourage.ca
  • Michael Regan martranz_at_aol.com
  • Perry Britton pbritton_at_britton .ca
  • Paul Crawford lkingham_at_cmv.com.au
  • Steve Griessel steve.griessel.net
  • Cliff Baden, Chief Education Officer
  • Area Directors

8
EXPECTATIONS OF EDUCATION CHAMPIONS
  • Be On Time. We Will Begin Promptly At Our
    Designated Times.
  • Please Turn Off Your Pagers, Phones and Other
    Electronic Devices. The Fine Is 100 Plus
    Confiscation
  • Share Your Ideas Experiences Openly Steal
    Without Regret
  • Take Notes You Will Forget. Fill Out Your
    Postcards
  • Participate Actively and Network Aggressively
  • Let Us Know How We Are Doing!
  • Please Stay For Entire Program.
  • Have Fun!

9
WHAT YOULL BE TAKING HOME WITH YOU
  • CD ROM Overview
  • Faculty Directory
  • 100 Great Education Ideas Wise Words
  • Ed Chair Handbook Chock Full of Useful
    Information
  • Award Winning Programs (more to come on the Web)
  • Hard Copies of Presentations
  • If Youd Like Mine, I Will E-Mail To You. Please
    Note On Evaluation. Also Posted On The Web
  • Sample Survey
  • More Ideas Than You Can Imagine
  • Lovely Parting Gifts

10
OUR WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE
  • To Prepare You To Be A Great Education Champion
    For YPO By Providing You The Tools, Ideas,
    Inspiration and Confidence To Change The Lives Of
    YPOers Worldwide
  • (Internal Goal To Have The Highest Rated EOW IN
    GLC History)

11
THE OATH OF YPO EDUCATION CHAIRS
  • I, (your name), Do Solemnly Swear To Be The Very
    Best Education Champion In The History Of My
    Chapter. I Will Break The Rules Not Rely On The
    Tried True Or A YPO Formula. I Will Change
    The Lives Of Those Who Change The World.

12
Changing The Lives of Those Who Change The World
  • How Will You Meet This Challenge?

13
Dismiss Advanced Group Here
  • ?? zaijian
  • Goodbye

14
DAY ONE AGENDA
  • 200PM 230PM Start
  • 230PM 240PM EOW Overview Who is our
    customer?
  • 240PM 315PM Best/Worst Sharing
  • 315PM 330PM Break
  • 330PM 350PM Chapter Education Plan
  • 350PM 410PM Education Director What can
    they do for me?
  • 410PM 430PM Case Study
  • 430PM 450PM Sample Education Program- The
    High
  • Renaissance
  • 450PM 500PM Wise Words Part I

15
DAY TWO AGENDA
  • 830AM 915AM Mike Lipkin
  • 915AM 945AM Confronting Your Fears
  • 945AM 1045AM Cross Chapter Program
    Development Challenge
  • 1045AM 1055AM Break
  • 1055AM 1105AM Making a Difference
    Challenge
  • 1105AM 1120AM Regional Education Funds
    How to get and how to use
  • 1120AM 1140AM 100 Great Education
    Ideas
  • 1140AM 1200PM HBSI Video Conference
  • 1200PM 100PM Lunch/Awards
  • 100PM 110PM Wise Words Part II
  • 110PM 130PM Lifestages
  • 130PM 145PM McKinsey
  • 145PM 200PM Case Study/Group Work
  • 200PM 215PM RIS Update- John Macomber
  • 215PM - 230PM Break
  • 230PM 300PM Education and Forum
    Confluence/Networking Mark Scheinberg
  • 300PM 330PM Great Marketing Ideas
  • 330PM 400PM Sharing Time Ideas
  • 400PM 430PM Wise Words Part III

16
EOW OVERVIEW
17
WHAT ARE YOU FEELING TODAY?
18
THIS WORKSHOP
  • BUFFET VS. A PLATED DINNER


19
WE WILL
  • Provide You The Tools Resources To Be A Great
    Education Champion
  • Help You Create A Support Network of Over 200
    Other Education Champions Worldwide
  • Learn From Each Other By Sharing Our Successes
    Failures
  • Provide You Exposure to MYYPO and Its Power As A
    Resource Tool
  • Provide You My Opinion and it is Just That. You
    Will Need To Make Your Own Decisions
  • Make a Difference in the Lives of Those Who
    Change The World

20
WE ARE NOT GOING TO
  • Tell You How To Do Your Program
  • Your program is your program
  • Tell You What is Right or Wrong
  • Each Chapter is unique
  • Provide You Just The Tried and True
  • Our next Best of the Best is in this room and
    YPOers deserve our most creative thinking

21
CONCERNS FROM SURVEY
  • YPO Quality on a Limited Budget
  • How Do I Get My Program To Increase Attendance?
  • Getting The WOW! Factor
  • Can I Create Something Exciting, Meaningful and
    Different?
  • What If Members Wont Like What I Do?
  • What If I Fail My Chapter?
  • What If Speaker Doesnt Show?

22
EXPECTATIONS THAT YOU HAVE
  • Events That Have Worked/Not Worked In Other
    Chapters
  • Help In Identifying Evaluating Resources
  • Resources that WOW but dont break the bank
  • Ideas To Increase Participation
  • Ideas For Unique Venues
  • New, Out-Of-The-Box Ideas
  • How To Create A Theme
  • Alternatives To The Evening Education/Event Model
  • Examples Of A Balanced Education Year
  • Topics To avoid
  • More New Ideas

23
THE YPO MISSION
  • BETTER LEADERS THROUGH EDUCATION IDEA EXCHANGE

24
CHANGING THE LIVES OF THOSE WHO CHANGE THE WORLD
25
  • Net Education Champions Are Central To The
    Mission Of The Organization. You Are The Heart
    of YPO

26
BENEFIT OF YPO
  • Each Year A New Education Chair
  • New Ideas
  • New Vision
  • New Risks
  • New Approaches

27
WHO IS OUR CUSTOMER?
28
HIRED GUNS
  • Goal-Oriented
  • Organized
  • Time-Constrained
  • Zero Tolerance For Mistakes
  • Not In Control Of Schedule
  • A Board of Directors To Answer To
  • Focused
  • Interest Most Related To Business Topics

29
ENTREPRENEURS
  • These Folks Are Wackos
  • Creative
  • Risk Takers
  • Short Attention Span
  • Highly Critical
  • Need The WOW! Factor
  • Inconsistent
  • Always Need To Raise The Bar

30
L. S. C.
  • Arrogant
  • Money Not a Factor
  • Undisciplined
  • Time is Relative To Them
  • Hard To Impress
  • Begrudging in Praise

31
SPOUSES
  • Time Constrained Tend to Have A Family Focus
  • They Are The Gatekeeper!If they say we are not
    going, we are not going
  • More Interested in Personal Development/Family
    Events
  • Enjoy Experiential/Participative Events
  • Protective of Time Away With Spouse
  • They Want To Be Involved!

32
The Family
  • An Increasingly Integral Part Of YPO Programs
  • A Key Point of Difference for YPO and For Our
    Members
  • Understand The Age Ranges and Target Programs
    Accordingly

33
OUR CUSTOMER
  • Net, These Are All Very Different Customers
  • Get To Know Yours. How?
  • Do A Survey Of Membership Spouses At Least
    Every 2 Years
  • If you are an Assistant Ed Chair, go meet with
    all Forums (include spouses)
  • If you are the Ed Chair, do the same, but use as
    an opportunity to market your program and fill
    holes/tailor program

34
WHAT IS THE BEST PROGRAM YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED IN
YPO?
35
WHAT IS THE WORST PROGRAM YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED IN
YPO?
36
  • Fill Out Best Resource Card And Pass To The
    Middle Of The Room

37
THE CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
38
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Just As In Our Businesses, We Need A Plan!Will
    Become A Part Of Your Overall Chapter Region
    Plans In Chapter Planning Session on Friday

39
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • How Does Your Chapter Education Plan Address Key
    Chapter Issues/Concerns /Objectives?
  • How Does Your Chapter Education plan Dovetail
    With That Of Forum, Membership, Networking The
    Region?
  • Are they integrated?
  • Are they consistent?

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Key Elements
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
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EXAMPLE
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
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Mission - Examples
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Change The Lives Of The Members of The Mexico
    City Chapter
  • Create Better Leaders in Melbourne Chapter
    Through Education Personal Member Connections
  • Begin A Renaissance in the Malibu Chapter That
    Reconnects Our Members With YPO and Fellow
    Members Worldwide

44
SHOULD YOU HAVE A THEME?
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
45
DEVELOPING A THEME
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN

EXTERNAL THEME
INTERNAL THEME
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INTERNAL THEME
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • This Is For You, Your Spouse Perhaps Your
    Chapter Board
  • It Is The BHAG. It Is The Idea/Goal That You
    Secretly Pursue With Every Event
  • Only Through YPO/Changing The Lives Of Those
    Who Change The World

47
EXTERNAL THEME
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • The Overarching Glue That Cements Your Programs
    Together
  • Marketing Communications Tool
  • A Handle For Your Members Yourself
  • Goldilocks Theme

48
Theme (External)
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • High Renaissance
  • Connections
  • Changing Lives
  • New Horizons
  • Making a Difference
  • Finding A Balance

49
Key Objectives/Goals(What do you want to
achieve?)
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Increase chapter participation to 70 from 42
  • Improve out of chapter experience from 12 to 40
  • Deepen the connections between our members and
    families as measured by annual survey
  • Achieve an 85 on membership rating the value of
    YPO as life changing

50
Strategies
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Create execute 2 cross chapter events
  • Integrate Forum protocols into 3 chapter
    education events
  • Leverage world class business resources through
    use of alliance partnerships

51
TACTICS
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Utilize Out Of Chapter Experiences
  • Indiana/ Mexico City Indy 500 Event
  • Chicago Experience Regional Event
  • Leverage World Class Resources
  • Harvard Business School Videoconference
  • Tie-In Global Supply Chain Seminar
  • Utilize McKinsey Resources
  • Integrate Forum Protocols
  • Open Forum Concept For A Meeting
  • Test Issue Forum Concept
  • Open Meetings With Communication Starters

52
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • 3 Spokes To The Wheel With A Focused Center

Marketing
Resource
Connections Between Members
Venue
53
Possible Program Components
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Geopolitical
  • Family
  • Business
  • Personal Development
  • Social
  • Out of Chapter
  • Forum/Education
  • Spiritual
  • Spouse
  • Key Exec
  • Friendships

54
Issues To Overcome In Chapter
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
  • Lack of Participation
  • Unwillingness To Get Off The Farm
  • Limited Budget

Solutions
Participation
Budget
  • Visit Forums to research and to pre-market
    programs
  • Create compelling/must attend event in the year
  • Establish a Forum attendance competition
  • Offer testimonials from those who have
    experienced YPOI
  • Create compelling Chapter exchange program
  • Re-allocate funding from Food/Beverage to
    Programming
  • Increase dues by 100 to fund education push
  • Leverage Cross-Chapter events and Regional funding

Out Of Chapter
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Budget
CHAPTER EDUCATION PLAN
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Education Budget
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  • Balance The Year
  • Utilize Anchors
  • Big Start
  • Holiday Event
  • Big New Year Start (University Day)
  • Couples Trip
  • 49er Big Close
  • Family Program
  • Fill In With Breakfasts/Lunches/Couples
    Trips/Events/University Day

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THE YPO EDUCATION TEAM
  • WHAT THEY CAN DO FOR YOU?

Cliff BadenChief Education Officer Area
Education Directors
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CASE STUDY
  • Nothing Else Can Go WrongGo WrongGo WrongGo
    Wrong

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SAMPLE EDUCATION PROGRAM
  • The High Renaissance

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The High Renaissance Ideal
  • The High Renaissance idealized a philosophy of
    unity, harmony, and balance. The achievement of
    such masters as Leonardo da Vinci demonstrates
    this blend of idealization and realism of
    perfect human beauty and technical perfection.
  • YPOs High Renaissance theme is a similarly
    integrated view of the lives of its members
    people whose lives are fully realized in multiple
    dimensions.
  • The mission of YPO education in 2003-2004 is to
    create an annual program of events and
    experiences that will establish this creative
    balance and sense of well being.

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To create a balanced life, attention must be
given to several key areas
  • Health
  • Personal Relationships and Family
  • Career/Business/Work
  • Intellect/Life of the Mind
  • Arts, Entertainment, Leisure and Adventure
  • Self Awareness and Actualization
  • Life Planning
  • Community and World
  • Spirituality and Beliefs

64
SEPTEMBER
  • Annual YPO Kick-off Event for Families All Day
    Saturday
  • Topics
  • Personal Goal-Setting, Creative Problem Solving,
    Conflict Resolution and Communications Seminar
  • Adult tracks selection of personal and
    business, if desired
  • Childrens track
  • Giving Back chapter selects a local charity or
    non-governmental organization to sponsor during
    the year (speaker from organization attends,
    members agree to provide consulting skills,
    families arrange fundraiser event, children
    promote charity at school, etc.)
  • Details
  • Event held at high ropes course site
  • Morning break-out sessions for kids and adults
  • Noon cook-out
  • Afternoon high-ropes adventure for kids and
    parents trust exercises and problem solving

65
SEPTEMBER (continued)
  • Back to Work and School A Case Study on
    Business
  • Topics
  • Business Topic
  • HBSI Videoconference Session
  • Details
  • Weekday afternoon event
  • Case Study exercise
  • Held in boardroom, corporate training facility or
    university campus

66
OCTOBER
  • Dine Around at Member Homes New Member
    Orientation/Mixer
  • Topics
  • New Member Orientation
  • Forum Fundamentals training
  • Cooking Demonstrations by Notable Chefs
    (different cuisines, healthy alternatives, share
    menus and techniques with membership)
  • Details
  • Members home dine around mix groups to
    encourage out of forum mingling
  • Forum training central location, all members
    and spouses go through forum training session,
    then break into temporary forums to encourage
    dialogue with new members and experience the
    power of forum

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OCTOBER (continued)
  • Joint Chapter Event Geopolitical Issues
  • Topics
  • Terrorism and Bioterrorism in the US and abroad
  • Homeland Security and National Defense
  • The Developing World Sources of Hopes, Sources
    of Threat
  • The Costs of War The Business and Political
    Impact of War in Iraq
  • The Islamic World
  • Details
  • Joint chapter event with regional chapter
  • Bring in top-level national speaker or local
    expert
  • Host at Hospital or First Response Center, e.g.
    Firestation (Bioterrorism), Military Installation
    (Security and Defense), a local mosque (Islamic
    World)

68
OCTOBER (continued)
  • Members Only Adventure/Retreat
  • Details
  • Dude Ranch cattle Round-up
  • Ride the River Wild River Rafting
  • Fly-Fishing or Deep Sea Fishing
  • Professional Sports Team meet with management,
    attend a game
  • Chapter Golf Tournament stay at resort and
    combine with other activities (off-roading,
    sailing,gambling)

69
NOVEMBER
  • Community Values
  • Topics
  • Comparative Religion A Panel Discussion
  • Ethics and Morality
  • Community Redevelopment Activities
    Government/Business partnerships, downtown
    revitalization
  • Educational reform charter schools
  • Changing Demographics who will be living in our
    city in 10 years?
  • Poverty and Opportunity
  • Details
  • Held at local synagogue or mosque, or community
    center
  • Panel discussion with local religious or
    community leaders
  • Visit to local charter school or school reform
    program site
  • Spouse and member event

70
NOVEMBER (continued)
  • International Chapter Exchange
  • Details
  • Long weekend travel event for families
  • Member families are paired with similar families,
    living in their homes
  • Activities showcase the unique aspects of the
    host city
  • Possibly host over Thanksgiving to introduce
    international guests to American traditions and
    holidays
  • Combine with other chapter events during the year
    to develop knowledge and understanding of other
    culture

71
DECEMBER
  • Holiday Event Celebrating Family
  • Topics
  • Family Winter Party Parents, grandparents and
    Kids
  • Dressy formal affair
  • Host holiday party for local charitable
    organization foster kids, womens shelter,
    underprivileged kids
  • Details
  • Held at local theater, zoo, museum or other venue
    (e.g. Behind the Scenes at the Nutcracker)
  • Choose an event theme, with specific dress code
    (e.g. black and white, Nautical held at yacht
    club)
  • YPO children shop for and wrap presents for
    underprivileged kids, have a carol sing-along,
    hire an event to organize event and activities

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JANUARY
  • Health and Wellness Seminar
  • Topics
  • Diagnostic and preventative medicine
  • Aging
  • Current issues in medicine innovative treatment
    and research
  • Lifestyle, fitness and nutrition preventing
    disease and encouraging healing
  • Weight control, weight loss and fad diets
  • Health Improvement Goal-Setting work with
    trainer and nutritionist to set fitness goals and
    schedule, revisit progress and measure results at
    end of year, prizes for best outcomes! (e.g.
    lower cholesterol, lower body fat, improved blood
    pressure, weight loss)
  • Details
  • Saturday or afternoon event
  • Member and Spouses
  • ½ day on medicine
  • ½ day on fitness and nutrition, with exercise and
    cooking demonstration, personal goal-setting
  • Held at health care center or exercise facility
  • Visit to cancer center or research hospital

73
JANUARY (continued)
  • Arts and Culture Event
  • Topics
  • Performing Arts Backstage Pass
  • Music Creation and Performance
  • Behind the Scenes at a Museum or Gallery
  • Modern Art Appreciation talk by local expert on
    the theory behind the modern and post-modern art
    movements
  • Collecting Art and Antiques an Esthetic and
    Financial Acquisition
  • Celebrate Chinese New Year! Learn about Chinese
    zodiac, history, art and philosophy
  • Details
  • Held at local theatre, performance venue, museum
    or art gallery
  • Weekday evening
  • Members and Spouses
  • Fine wine and food, cocktail party style or
    sit-down dinner
  • Tour Chinatown, or host event at Chinese
    restaurant

74
FEBRUARY
  • Motivation and Leadership
  • Topics
  • Business Leadership
  • Inspirational Story Overcoming Adversity
  • Top Athlete or Olympian
  • Community Leader
  • Details
  • Choose a reflective or appropriate venue
    comfortable, intimate, reflective
  • Include QA session

75
FEBRUARY(continued)
  • Revisiting Forum Joint Chapter Event
  • Topics
  • Forum training for all members and spouses
  • Divide group into forums based on pre-selected
    interests and topics e.g. menopause, Alzheimers,
    cancer, drug and substance abuse, troubled kids
  • Details
  • Bring together 2-3 local chapters
  • Hold at appropriate venue with several
    forum-sized rooms, such as a local professional
    sports stadium with luxury boxes

76
FEBRUARY(continued)
  • Mini-University Management Refresher Joint
    Chapter Event
  • Topics
  • Business and professional skills, e.g. creative
    problem-solving, sustainable manufacturing,
    marketing strategy, family business,
    communication and negotiations, economic
    forecast, team building and succession planning
  • 3-4 tracks
  • Case studies, break-outs, simulation exercises
  • Details
  • Bring together 2-3 local chapters
  • Hold at local university
  • Invite members and spouses members may also
    invite 1-2 top employees
  • 1-2 days held over weekend or 1 weekday

77
MARCH
  • Business Roundtable Strategic Vision
  • Topics
  • Inside the Boardroom Local YPOer, 49er or
    Prominent Business Leader
  • Panel of YPOers, 49ers and WPOers
  • Discussion of contrasting leadership styles
  • Confidential discussion of biggest mistakes made
    in business
  • Confidential discussion of leading through
    challenging times, bankruptcy and restructuring
  • Details
  • Members only
  • Held at Business Site
  • Forum confidentiality
  • Ad hoc forum break-outs to discuss current
    business challenges

78
MARCH(continued)
  • Family Event Sports and Entertainment
  • Topics
  • Visit to local sports franchise, attend match or
    game
  • Family outing to local sporting event or venue
    (e.g. horse racing, firing range, archery range,
    rock climbing wall)
  • Session with tennis or golf coach followed by
    parent-child tournament
  • Sailing or canoeing lessons teamwork exercises
  • Family competition, e.g. softball match,
    mini-Olympics
  • Behind the scenes at the circus or magic show
    meet the performers, learn something about the
    acts
  • Scavenger hunt with Polaroid cameras creative
    problem solving, explore local city history
  • Details
  • Families
  • Evening or Saturday, depending

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APRIL
  • Couples Weekend Family Relations
  • Topics
  • Marital Intimacy
  • Sexual Relations
  • Parenting through the Years
  • Financial Planning for your Family Your
    parents, Your Kids, Yourselves
  • Work-Life Balance Meditation, Lifeskills
  • Details
  • Members and spouses
  • Spa or Retreat location

80
APRIL(continued)
  • Science and Technology
  • Topics and Details
  • Astronomy Today Whats Really Out There?
    visit to Planetarium

81
MAY
  • Government and Social Issues
  • Topics
  • Police ride-around or Police training range
  • Mens and Womens prison visit
  • Media and Journalism role of media in popular
    culture, defining social issues, and politics and
    democracy
  • Charitable activity, e.g. Habitat for Humanity,
    building homes for poor in Mexico
  • Politics US Foreign Policy
  • Tour local military base
  • Security Tour local port or airport
  • Details
  • Held at local public policy think-tank
  • Visit to local TV station
  • Age-appropriate audience

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MAY(continued)
  • Business Roundtable Negotiation and
    Deal-Making
  • Topics
  • Inside the Boardroom Local YPOer, 49er or
    Prominent Business Leader
  • Details
  • Breakfast or Luncheon Meeting
  • Held at Business Site

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MAY(continued)
  • Dark Side of the Internet
  • Topics
  • Credit card fraud
  • Can You Trust What You read? Misinformation
    Online
  • Corporate security hackers, viruses, system
    downtime
  • Crime on the Internet Terrorism, Child
    Pornography, Hate groups
  • Whats Playing in Your House? Dangers to our
    Children on the Internet

84
JUNE
  • Personal Development
  • Topics
  • Revisit personal goals from September Kick-off
  • Managing Stress
  • Creative decision-making
  • Finding Your Soul Purpose

85
JUNE(continued)
  • 49er Send-Off
  • Topics
  • 49er Graduation Honoring the Legacy
  • Philanthropy and Public Works
  • Next Careers
  • Boards and Governance

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WISE WORDSPart I
  • Wisdom From Those Who Have Gone Before You

87
WISE WORDS
  • START EACH MEETING WITH A FORUM
    ICEBREAKER/COMMUNICATION STARTER

88
WISE WORDS
  • DO A BEST/WORST AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM.OUT
    LOUD

89
WISE WORDS
  • DEVELOP A 3-YEAR VENUE PLAN FOR THE CHAPTER

90
WISE WORDS
  • MEET WITH EDUCATION CHAIRS IN YOUR CHAPTER FROM
    5-10 YEARS AGO

91
WISE WORDS
  • MEET WITH AREA COLLEGE PRESIDENTS FOR RESOURCE
    PROGRAM IDEAS

92
WISE WORDS
  • DONT LOSE YOUR ENTHUSIASM

93
WISE WORDS
  • PAY ATTENTION TO THE DETAILS

94
WISE WORDS
  • ACCEPT CRITICISM GRACEFULLY

95
HAVE BACK-UPS TO YOUR BACK-UP
WISE WORDS
96
LESS IS MORE
WISE WORDS
97
NEVER CANCEL AN EVENT
WISE WORDS
98
DO A SPOUSE ONLY PROGRAM EARLY IN THE YEAR TO
BUILD THEIR SUPPORT
WISE WORDS
99
WISE WORDS
  • IT WILL BE HARD TO GET ENERGIZED AFTER THE NEW
    YEAR, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A STRONG PROGRAM TO
    RE-ENERGIZE THE MEMBERSHIPAND YOURSELF

100
WISE WORDS
  • COMMUNICATE THAT NO-SHOWS ARE OFFENSIVE TO
    RESOURCES AND YOUR FELLOW MEMBERS

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WISE WORDS
  • DONT REPEAT A GOOD PROGRAM TOO SOON. 3 YEARS IS
    THE SOONEST.

102
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  • ALWAYS START ON TIME. CREATE A NORM OF
    COURTEOUS ARRIVAL.

103
WISE WORDS
  • BRIEF ALL SPEAKERS ABOUT YPO AT TIME OF BOOKING
    AGAIN BEFORE THE EVENT

104
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  • ALWAYS HAVE A WRITTEN CONTRACT/AGREEMENT WITH A
    RESOURCE

105
WISE WORDS
  • NEVER PAY RETAIL. EXERCISE YOUR NEGOTIATION SKILLS

106
WISE WORDS
  • USE MYYPO MORE
  • -Resource Search
  • -Posting Programs
  • -Searching Worldwide
  • Program Ideas

107
WISE WORDS
  • TOP RATED UNIVERSITY RESOURCES DO NOT ALWAYS
    TRANSLATE TO SUCCESS AT THE CHAPTER LEVEL

108
WISE WORDS
  • NEVER MISS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PUBLICLY
    PERSONALLY THANK ALL THOSE WHO HELP YOU
  • -Get Your Notecards Made Now
  • -Have PA Make Sure They Go
  • -Handwrite Your Thank Yous

109
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  • THE INSTRUCTIONS YOU GIVE THE VENUE WILL NEVER
    BE EXECUTED AS YOU EXPECT
  • Visit All In Person
  • Arrive At Least 90 Minutes Early

110
WISE WORDS
  • MAKE SURE ALL PARTICIPANTS, INCLUDING RESOURCES
    PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS HAVE A NAMETAG

111
WISE WORDS
  • When New Members Join, Go Out Of Your Way
    Personally To Invite Them and Their Spouses To
    The Next Event, For This Will Make Them Feel
    Welcome And Soon Enough They Will Be Your YPO
    Junkies

112
WISE WORDS
  • Keep Yourself Up-To-Date On Current Issues As
    They Affect Business Leaders By Reading Business
    Magazines and Browsing In The Management Section
    of Bookstores

113
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  • TRY STARTING YOUR MEETINGS WITH AN
    ICEBREAKER/INTERACTIVE ACTIVITY

114
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  • WHEN OPENING A MEETING, ASK PEOPLE TO SWITCH OFF
    THEIR PORTABLE PHONES, THEIR BEEPERS AND THEIR
    CHATTER

115
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  • ALWAYS HOLD OPEN A DATE FOR A LAST MINUTE
    PROGRAM

116
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  • Dont Think Fancy Technology or Presentation
    Equipment Will Make Up For Lack Of Content

117
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  • It May Not Mean Much To You Now, But It Would
    Be Wonderful To Win The Best Chapter Education
    Award

118
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  • Make Sure You Provide Members The Chance To
    Express Preference On Meals
  • -Vegan
  • -Vegetarian
  • -Food Allergies

119
WISE WORDS
  • Learn To Share A Couple Of Jokes At Every Event,
    Even If Its A Meeting With The Cardinal

120
HURRY UP AND FIND YOURSELF A WONDERFUL SPOUSE
WISE WORDS
121
USE KEY ASSOCIATE FEES WPO FEES TO OFFSET
BUDGET WOES
WISE WORDS
122
EVERYONE SHOULD START THEIR YEAR BY SELLING A
GOAL OF WINNING THE BEST OF THE BEST OR ELSE
PASS THE BATON TO SOMEONE WHO CARES!
WISE WORDS
123
GET EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS ON BOARD!
WISE WORDS
124
DO PROGRAMS YOU ARE PERSONALLY PASSIONATE ABOUT
DONT TRY TO PLEASE EVERYONE
WISE WORDS
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WISE WORDS
  • Buy Yourself A Gift Every Time An Event Is Rated
    Over 8
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