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Mentoring our Members to Effective Leadership

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By: The Leadership Academy Class of 2013
(John Bandura, Susan Burks, Joanna Ellis, Sheila Gibbons, Ashlee Ketchum, Shawna Martin, Stacey Robinson, Randi Sullivan, and Lynn Ingram)

Helpful Links
February To-Do List
March To-Do List
April To Do-List
Mentoring our Members to Effective Leadership
2 Year program
First year is an overview of ASCLS, Committees, and duties
Second year is a calendar of "To-do's" with links to resources needed to complete them
State President's Manual
January To-Do List
May To-Do List
*Keys to the Future Due May 1: http://tinyurl.com/Keytothefuture

>Ensure State Convention Financial report is distributed to Board

>Assign duties to the ASCLS Annual Meeting Delegates: http://tinyurl.com/ASCLS-Annual-Mtg

>Contact the Membership chair: Discuss Membership drive http://www.ascls.org/ascls-leadership/leadership-resources

>Finalize State Leadership Roster: http://tinyurl.com/ASCLS-Roster

>Leadership and Inspiration

"The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been."
— Henry Kissinger

August To-Do List
Schedule or hold a Board Meeting
Communicate with the State Annual Meeting Committee about dates, location, speakers
Leadership and Inspiration

"A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be. "
—Rosalynn Carter
Getting Started
Get to Know ASCLS and Your Role
Year 1
Month 1:
Month 2:
Month 3:
Month 4:
Month 5:
Month 6:
Month 7:
Month 8:
Month 9:
Month 10:
Month 11:
Month 12:
Month 1
Guide, Support, Inspire: Securing the Future of ASCLS
Mentoring Program: http://tinyurl.com/LA13mentoring-program
ASCLS History
Month 2

>ASCLS Mission/Vision/Code of Ethics
>Pledge to the Profession
>ASCLS Organization Chart
>Board of Directors Meetings
>House of Delegates

Month 3
>Leadership Development Committee
Cultivates members to encourage those individuals who have indicated a talent and interest in serving in a leadership position. (One member from each region is appointed by the Regional director)

>Membership Development Committee
Responsible for the recruitment of new members into the Society and the retention of present members, reactivation of lapsed members, and other member services.
Month 4
>Abstract Review Committee: Reviews and implements policies and procedures for submitting and evaluating abstracts, papers/posters and case presentations for the ASCLS Annual Meeting.
Example charges: http://tinyurl.com/Abstract-Review-Charges

>P.A.C.E.® : Serves to accomplish the goal of the P.A.C.E. program which is to create a combined provider approval and education documentation system for creating educational programs for interested allied health professionals.

>Political Action Committee:
Example Charges: http://tinyurl.com/PAC-charges

Month 5
>ASCLS Annual Meeting:
Responsibilities: http://tinyurl.com/ASCLS-Annual-Mtg

>Annual Meeting Steering Committee: Plans scientific sessions and workshops for the Annual Meeting in cooperation with the Continuing Education Advisory Council, Board of Directors and staff.
Example Charges: http://tinyurl.com/ASCLS-AMSC-charges

>Continuing Education Advisory Council: Assists the Annual Meeting Steering Committee with recommendations of topics and speakers for the Annual Meeting. Recommendations may also be solicited for additional continuing education activities.
Example Charges: http://tinyurl.com/CEAC-charges

Month 6
>Doctorate of CLS Oversight Committee
Description and Charges: http://tinyurl.com/DCLS-charges
>Professional Standards Oversight Committee
Description and Charges: http://tinyurl.com/Prof-std

Month 7
>Student Forum
Handbook: http://www.ascls.org/images/Leadership/Student_Forum_Manual2012.pdf

>New Professsionals Committee
Description and Charges: http://tinyurl.com/NPC-charges

>Scholarships and E&R Fund
Month 8
>Nominations Committee: Publicizes position vacancies, secures nominees and evaluates their qualifications for candidacy.

>Promotion of the Profession:
Description and Charges:http://tinyurl.com/ASCLS-promotion

>National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
Responsibilities: http://tinyurl.com/NMLPW
Month 9
>Clinical Laboratory Science


>Scientific Assembly
Example Charges: http://tinyurl.com/SA-charges
Month 10
>Product Development Committee:

>Patient Safety Committee:

>ASCLS Task Forces:
Assigned by the Board to resolve a specific issue

Month 11
>ASCLS Position Papers

>Clinical Laboratory Educator's Conference (CLEC)

>Awards Committee: Coordinates all activities on publication, description, nomination, selection and presentation of Societal awards.
Month 12
>Legislative Symposium:

>Government Affairs:

>Leadership Academy Committee:

>Parliamentary Procedure tips:

Check out Leadership Resources for more helpful documents including the President's Manual.

“Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.”
Benjamin Franklin

Year 2
Monthly To-Do Lists

>Nominate State Omicron Sigma Awards by March 1

> Nominate members for ASCLS Committee Positions

>State Committee Reports
Report Template: http://tinyurl.com/Committee-Report-template

>Leadership and Inspiration
The best leaders promote people into leadership based on leadership potential, not on politics, seniority, credentials, or convenience. Do not give awards to those that are undeserving to satisfy numbers of nominations. John Wooden, the legendary UCLA basketball coach, once said that he didn’t designate a captain for his team until after a few games into the season. He waited because he wanted to see which player would step up and deserve the honor. He has often been quoted as saying to his team, “Don’t tell me what you are going to do, show me what you’re going to do!” -from John Maxwell’s “The 5 Levels of Leadership"
>State Meeting
Requirements: http://tinyurl.com/State-Mtg-Requirements
Optional State Convention Template: http://tinyurl.com/State-Mtg-TEMPLATE
>Interim Board Report
Examples: http://tinyurl.com/Board-Report-Samples
> Nominations for many ASCLS awards due Feb 15. (Examples: ASCLS Member of the Year, New Professional of the Year, etc.)

>Leadership and Inspiration
Leadership is action, not position. Leaders who rely on position to lead often devalue people.
Sometimes leaders intentionally or unintentionally keep people from achieving their maximum potential by doing any or all of the following:
Not having a genuine belief in them
Assuming people can’t instead of assuming they can
Assuming people won’t rather than believing they will
Seeing their subordinate’s problems more readily than their potential.
Viewing them as liabilities instead of assets
Legislative Matters
Leg Day: http://www.ascls.org/ascls-meetings/legislative-symposium

State Committee Reports
Report Template: http://tinyurl.com/Committee-Report-template
“You aren't learning anything when you're talking.” –Lyndon B. Johnson
A leader finds a way to influence action. Have you asked them how you can help them? Ask them about the challenges they have in their position. Maybe there is a way you can work together as a team and make things more efficient for one another. Form a relationship with this person and show interest in them. – John C. Maxwell in The 5 Levels of Leadership
But don’t overdo it. "The best leader is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and the self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it." —Theodore Roosevelt
Leadership and Inspiration
* Omicron Sigma due March 1st
3 P's Call: Pres, Past-Pres, Pres-elect
Sample agenda: http://tinyurl.com/3-Ps-agenda
Strategic Plan Template: http://tinyurl.com/Strategic-plan-template
Prepare for NMLPW: http://www.ascls.org/about-us/celebrate/medical-lab-professionals-week
Keys to the Future Award Due May 1: http://www.ascls.org/images/awards/Keys%20to%20the%20Future.doc
Determine delegates to national convention and confirm their ability to attend.
Leadership and Inspiration
“Leaders who win the respect of others are the ones who deliver more than they promise, not the ones who promise more than they can deliver.” Mark A. Clement
June To-Do List

Send in State Roster to President-elect and National Office
Compile and send in Annual Reports to Regional Directors and Committees: Template http://tinyurl.com/Committee-Report-template
Credential delegates for ASCLS Annual Meeting.
Leadership and Inspiration
The leadership instinct you are born with is the backbone. You develop the funny bone and the wishbone that go with it.
≈ Elaine Agather
September To-Do List

Write a letter to new graduates inviting them to become First Year Professionals
Sample: http://tinyurl.com/recruit-grads-to-FYP
Begin Fall Reports (contact all Committee Chairs)
Leadership and Inspiration
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”
–Thomas A. Edison
July To-Do List

Review responsibilities for ASCLS Annual Meeting: http://tinyurl.com/ASCLS-Annual-Mtg

Send email reminder to State members to renew membership

Leadership and Inspiration
“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt
October To-Do List
November To-Do List
December To-Do List
>Fall Reports Due to Regional Director:
Report Template: http://tinyurl.com/Committee-Report-template
>Circulate updates from Regional Director and/ or ASCLS President to constituent society leadership

>Leadership and Inspiration

"Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them."
-John C. Maxwell

“The art of leadership is saying no, not saying yes. It is very easy to say yes.”
-Tony Blair
>Recommendations/Volunteers for ASCLS Committee & Other Appointments. Send to: ASCLS President-Elect

>Leadership and Inspiration
“Leadership is diving for a loose ball, getting the crowd involved, getting other players involved. It's being able to take it as well as dish it out. That's the only way you're going to get respect from the players.”
-Larry Bird

“Give whatever you are doing and whoever you are with the gift of your attention.”
-Jim Rohn
>Schedule/hold a Winter Meeting
Prepare agenda
>Ensure that the Annual Meeting planning satisfies national requirements
Requirements: http://tinyurl.com/State-Mtg-Requirements
>Leadership and Inspiration
“The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves.”
-Ray Kroc
“You learn far more from negative leadership than from positive leadership. Because you learn how not to do it. And, therefore, you learn how to do it.”
-Norman Schwarzkopf

>Scheduling :http://doodle.com/
>Leading and Team Building :http://leadership.uoregon.edu/resources/exercises_tips
>Presenting: http://prezi.com
>Assessing: https://surveymonkey.com
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