In total, there were eight sessions, personal goals, setting team goals, lassoing the mind set, conflict corral, lassoing the jacket, strength session, program of activities and clean-up.
Some of the highlights consisted of making smart goals, which stands for smart, measurable, attainable, reasonable and timely learning to resolve conflicts between the officer team and the chapter, discovering their duties as officers and understanding the strengths and weaknesses within the officer team. They also received Bullseye, the spirit award for session four.
Here is what the officer’s liked best:
President Tiffany Schuman said, “I loved reflections, when the state officer encouraged each other by praising their strengths and then our officers did the same thing. It was so much fun.”
Vice President Taylor Eberly noted, “All the leadership skills we learned brought our team together to help lead and I also learned ways to help bring our chapter members closer together.”
Secretary Victoria Burkett added, “Getting closer to every officer was probably my favorite part. I feel as if we will become a better chapter because of this.”
Treasurer Carter Keirn said, “I liked getting to know the state officers and becoming a better leader with what I learned there.”
Sentinel Krista Kneller concluded, “I feel like we bonded a lot as an officer team, and we’ll be able be better chapter leaders.”