HOW TO DO YOUR JOB AND STILL HAVE FRIENDS: IFC STANDARD'S BOARD TRAINING
Leadership & Resilience | Student Program
Holding a chapter member or organization accountable for a policy violation is difficult and for most, not much fun. Most of our IFC Vice Presidents of Standards and Accountably were simply elected to the position because they were “good guys”. They’ve never had any formal training on how to do what they are being asked to do. Over the past decade Archie has supported IFCs and undergraduate chapters, he’s learned that students think they want peer-to-peer accountably, but in reality they have no idea how to make that happen consistently and fairly.
This training provides your IFC leaders a much-needed roadmap for conducting effective standards board training, appropriate talking points to begin building that all-important bridge to your Student Conduct department, and help them understand why they should want a strong culture of peer-to-peer accountability.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Identify potential IFC chapter violations that are appropriate to be heard by and IFC Standard’s Board.
Learn specific, tangible, and practical methods for conducting an efficient Standard’s Board hearing.
Create a framework to create a comprehensive plan for their IFC Standard’s Board training.
Due to the global pandemic, Archie plans on delivering 100% of his programs virtually for the time being. Virtual programs do not have to be boring, and can be more effective than in-person events.
Archie's virtual programs are delivered with the same objectives and learning outcomes as other events. Students react well to the virtual programming and oftentimes feel more comfortable engaging over this medium.
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