Leadership Roles 2019

President Responsibilities 
– Run the weekly meeting according to SCBG Policies with an energetic and positive attitude.
– Responsible for ensuring that all leadership positions carry out their function (and re-train if necessary).
– Lead chapter Leadership Team meetings to assure chapter is accomplishing chapter goals (at least monthly).
– Promote the group and work to attract new members through various marketing channels.
– List Chapter’s meeting date & time on Meetup.com and Facebook.com business pages.

Characteristics
– Presence and Presentation skills – Is effective “on stage”
– Understanding of the SCBG philosophy – Connect, Learn, Grow.
– Strong leadership qualities; willingness to make a contributions to the group’s success.
– Positive and enthusiastic attitude.
– Planning, follow through, communication and management skills.

Vice-President Responsibilities 
– In the absence of the President, run the weekly meeting according to the plan.
– Assist President in providing leadership, motivation and direction to the chapter.
– In the absence of the Secretary maintain attendance, referral, visitor, and other records on a weekly basis.
– Chair/Manage the Membership Committee including working with the committee to develop and implement community outreach.
– Help facilitate communication between leadership and members as needed.
– Ensure the spotlight speaker schedule is created and maintained quarterly.  Communicate scheduled dates with members.
– Attend leadership meetings on a monthly basis.
Characteristics 
– Ability to set, monitor and maintain goals for the group throughout the year.
– Detailed and results oriented.
– Ability to hold members accountable to their commitments in a supportive way
– A history of planning and communication skills.
– Must have access to and a working knowledge of the Internet and working with spreadsheets.
– Attend leadership meetings on a monthly basis.

Secretary Responsibilities 
– Assists the VP by announcing the speaker rotation weekly to Chapter and Introduces weekly speaker from Bio.
– Directly responsible for maintaining meeting records including attendance, visitor counts, business metrics, etc.
– Responsible to set up and maintain the membership business card binder on a weekly basis.
– Ensures application and guest sign in forms are available at each meeting.
– Advises when the group is running low on necessary supplies such as referral forms.
– Attend leadership meetings on a monthly basis.
Characteristics 
– Strong Speaking Skills and great testimonial provider (introduces speakers).
– Exceptional follow through and organizational skills.
– Must have access to and a working knowledge of the Internet and working with spreadsheets.

Treasurer Responsibilities
– Sends Membership dues electronically on a monthly basis.
– Collects room fees from members (suggest monthly or quarterly) & maintain Chapter Kitty (via bank account) as necessary.
– Maintains all information related to banking including a current balance.
– Facilitates donations to charities the group sponsors.
Attend leadership meetings on a monthly basis.
Characteristics 
– Exceptional follow through and organizational skills.
– Ability to manage funds.

Membership Committee (4 members)
Responsibilities 
– Screen & Interview potential new members after reviewing the applications.
– Evaluate participation of members regarding attendance weekly (includes sending lack of attendance letters)
– Evaluate formal complaints, if any, about members (with leadership assistance).
– Monitor group growth through the development and implementation of a group marketing plan with VP.
– Ability to set, monitor and maintain goals for the chapter throughout the term.
Characteristics –
– Exceptional decision makers along with great attention to detail and follow through.
– Willing to hold members accountable to their commitments in a supportive way.
– Good conflict resolution skills (at least 1 of the 4 members).
– Ability to work in a committee setting as a TEAM – Positive and supportive attitudes.
– Working Knowledge of Word and Excel programs (at least 2 of the members).
– Values training for themselves and the chapter.

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