Global Leader: What's New?
How to Make April Count and Ignite 2020
How can it get better than this?
- Team Standards Update
- Curious Cat #11
- What is Productivity?
- What the Heck is SONA??
- Global Leader: Summer
Team Standards Update
What is Productivity?
How do you calculate it?
- Put the # of members, then a colon, then the # of the KPI (apps, opens, approved, re, etc.)
- Then reduce the ratio to simplify it as much as you can
I have 6 members and 30 applicants --> 6:30 ==> 1:5
- (it takes 1 member to get 5 applicants)
- (it takes 3.5 members to get 1 approved)
I have 4 members and 18 meetings --> 4:18 ==> 1:4.5
- (it takes 1 member to get 4.5 meetings)
- (it takes 2 members to get 1 approved)
What the Heck is SONA??
This is a quarterly report that we do four times a year: April, July, October, January. It allows us to gain a deeper understanding of how our entity is doing so that we can gain valuable insights and develop stronger strategy.
Many of the insights we want to gain revolve around our membership, which is where we come in. There are several questions that you will need to collect data for and two of the most important ones in there are:
- Completed Team Standards Tracker
- All members on the member tracking database (which is in the TM podio workspace).
FORM FOR MEMBERS: https://podio.com/webforms/15379970/1031143
DUE: APRIL 17th by 11:59 PM EST
All questions that should be popping into your mind now. Historically, the level of productivity over the summer has been low, but it continues to increase each year. This is the first year that we have pushed to really strengthen Global Leader as a program and we have it for Spring and Fall, but we haven't developed it enough for the Summer session.
Summer is a very unique time of the hear and holds some very unique opportunities. They vary from LC to LC but some of them include, recruiting more members, more hours of the day to work physically, higher volume of EPs abroad and here, more free time to bond as a team, and summer is just plain fun! I want us to capitalize on all those facts.
Talk to your LCP's about what your LC's summer operations can look like (they started the conversation at NPR last weekend). You'll find below a ppt of some guidelines for what should be going on.
Key things to consider when creating your plan with your EB:
- Your goals and expected results during your summer break
- Team structures
- Job descriptions
- How/where you plan to get people to be working physically
- The member experience and when each of the team standards will be delivered
- Learning & development and how you will train your summer teams