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October 2016

Volume I Issue 8

Greetings Sorors,

As it relates to End of the Year Reporting, leaders required to sub-

mit reports include: Basileus, Anti-Basileus / Program Chairman, The last two months of the year are action packed. I hope that the Tamiouchos, Grammateus, Standards Chairman, Membership information provided in this article will be helpful to you as you Chairman, Archives Chairman/Historian, Technology Chairman, prepare for LTO Chapter Business including End Of the Year Re-

and Connection Chairman. In the folder provided to leaders at the

porting.

July 25, 2016 “A Conversation With Your Basileus,” information

In November we should anticipate the following:

was provided relating to the 10 reports to be submitted as part of the End of the Year Reporting, the process for filing reports to the

Chapter Self - Evaluation

Corporate Office electronically and to the Central Regional Direc-

Chapter Elections

tor via Dropbox. Lastly, the Officer(s) responsible for filing each

Chapter Budget Approval

report is/are listed. I hope that you enjoy this newsletter as much

Chapter Program Adoption

as we have enjoyed bringing it to you.

Strategic Plan Adoption In December: Fiscal Year Ends Installation of Chapter Officers TPF Elections Chapter Transition Meeting END OF THE YEAR REPORTING

Sisterly, Soror Barbara,s Basileus president@ltoaka.org

“Be kind for everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about”

As we prepare for chapter elections, keep in mind the characteristics of a second century leader described in our document, “So

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trustworthy, honest and candid. The document further describes

Spiritual Oversight

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what a leader must do to establish and maintain a culture of trust.

Golden Soror Brunch

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A leader must:

Pearls of Wisdom

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So You Want to Run for Office

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Now You Are Elected.” Second Century Leaders have integrity, are

Lead by example, seek first to understand then to be understood;

Connection

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focus on the issue and interest related to it, not the individual;

Voter Forum

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keep all players strong---commit to the success of all team mem-

Membership/Mentoring

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bers; maintain positive relationships by eliminating fear; being

Quiet Giant

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honest when asked for an opinion; valuing the people with whom

Cotillion Informational Tea

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you disagree; take the initiative to make things better and clarify

AKAKLASSIC

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goals, roles and processes.

Lincoln-Gavin School 100 Backpacks

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AKAversaries

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Upcoming Events

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“When all members understand and share the same goals, high performance is much more likely.”

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