2012 Chapter Leadership Call Series
The AFP Member/Chapter Services Committee is proud to present the 2012 Chapter Leadership Call Series for chapter presidents and those on the leadership track. You asked for more opportunities to connect with each other and learn more about the challenges you face as chapter leaders, and we'll be offering five conference calls on the topics you've requested. Mark your calendars now!
Oct. 4 – Revenue Generating Programs
Dec. 4 - Programming for the Advanced Professional—Three Chapter Case Studies
An AFP volunteer leader and a staff member will facilitate each call and we will distribute more details prior to each call. We hope you'll plan to join us!
If you miss a call, check back here for call presentations and information on how to access a recording of the call. There are two ways to access the presentations. You can either download the PowerPoint presentation or you can view the full recording of the call complete with audio and visual components including any Q&A that occured during the call.
And if you have other questions that these calls aren't addressing, feel free to contact staff at IHQ.
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Did you miss your 2012 chapter leader orientation call?
There are two ways to access the presentations. You can either download the PowerPoint presentation by clicking the links below that read 'slides only' or you can access the full recording of the call complete with audio and visual components including any Q&A that occured during the call. Please note that the presentations are very large files and it may take several minutes to download.
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