Leadership Training Program
The LTP curriculum reflects training that focuses on leadership skills while understanding that knowledge is an enabler of those skills. Though some of the training deals specifically with skills needed in a GWRRA leadership position, other training deals with Life Skills and Member Orientation topics that will enhance the Member’s life both within and outside of GWRRA. In general, our training is designed to reach visual, verbal, and kinetic learners; our goal is “something for everyone”. It is the intent of the LTP to deliver training in a professional manner and to make certain that training is a fun learning experience for all participants.
University Trainer Development Program
The University Trainer Development Program is a cooperative effort between GWRRA Leadership Training, Rider Education& Membership Enhancement. The program is designed to teach Candidates to be University Trainer Program. It should be made clear to the Candidates that this program only certifies them to teach GW University Seminars. To teach Seminars from the Three Programs will require the Candidate to take additional training from the program they are interested in presenting. Completion of the program requires the Candidates to have satisfactory evaluations in the classroom and in two “field” Seminar Presentations.
Officer Certification Program (OCP)
The Officers Certification Program or better known as the “OCP” is a program in the GWRRA Curriculum that is an in-depth seminar of the basic duties and responsibilities of an Operations Officer. It’s main objective is to assist the Officers in the following responsibilities: Finances, Membership Enhancement. IRS Compliance, Rider Ed, Teambuilding, Conflict Resolution, Goal Setting, to name a few. This is a very good program for every member but is a requirement for the Directors.
The OCP can be taken in the classroom or online.
he Horizon Program is a fast track overview of the core LTP curriculum with “hands on” training of practical applications, and an excellent class for potential CDs and staff. Horizon is also a great class for the general Membership to learn more about teamwork, self-awareness, interpersonal communication, and building better chapters. Members learn about how to have FUN in GWRRA in a challenging day and a half course filled with lots of surprises. It is typically conducted during the winter/early spring months and not during riding season. It is an interactive program – the more everyone participates, the more everyone learns!
Goals & Overview • Training In GWRRA • Curriculum • Instructors Role • Instructors Tool Box • Lesson Plans • Presentation Skills • Using & Creating Visual Aids
Officer Certification Program
Introduction to the OCP • MOU, Confidentiality, Oath of Office • Structure and Organization • Chapters, Chapter TEAM, Web Pages • Religion, Politics and Fundraising • Finances & the IRS • Membership, Sig’s, Newsletters, ARL, COY and CHOY Programs • Marks, Logo’s, Patches, Alcohol Policy & Property • Standards of Conduct, Grievances, and Officer/Member Conduct • Expectations of the Region & District Directors • GWRRA Team Building • Stress & Time Management for the GWRRA Officer • Managing Conflict & Problem Resolution for the GWRRA Officer • Defining and Achieving Goals • Operation’s Officer Annual Review • Automated GWRRA Financial Report • IRS 990N e-Postcard
LEADERSHIP TRAINING CURRICULUM
Flyers For Fun & Profit • What Is A CD • What Is The Rider Ed Program • How to Show / Judge a Bike ~ Flyers for Fun & Profit
Helpful Information For New Members • Horizon - What The Heck Is It • How Can I Participate In GWRRA • GWRRA History
Time Management • Managing Change • Remembering Names • Public Speaking 101 • Self Esteem - Key To Success
Chapter Leadership Skills
Newsletter • Officer Now What ~ Write Stuff
Pre Program Self Assessment • Team Building Horizon • Expectations Horizon • Meetings & Gatherings • Communications Horizon • The Officer Couple • Meetings Exercises
Bad Apple - Tips on handling "Bad Apples" or toxic personalities
Bee Smart - As life expectencity increases, keeping your brain in shape is a prioity
Calm the Clash - Learn to deal with conflict at the lowest level possible involves conflict resolution
ChaChaChaChange? - Change is a constant in our lives and in GWRRA. Knowing how to manage change.
Can You Hear Me Know? - Are you hearing "I didn't about that event?" Explore commincation within the Chapter, information that isneeded or wanted.
Checks & Balances - Financial Reporting
Conflicts Inevitable! - How do you handle conflict
Do You Have a Minute or Two? In life as much as in work, it's important to know how to provide feedback causing offense.
Juggling - Work/Life balance. How do you balance the demands on your time.
Let's Talk Leadership - What do leaders have to say about leadership and is it important.
Penny for Your Thoughts - Gathering feedback is important for all leaders. Feedback gives you a measurement.
Row, Row, Row Your Boat - This Module explores how your team functions and how delegating time will lead to a journey for all. Make sure that you are not the only one rowing the boat.
Say What? - What is your Body Saying - Did you know your body has a lot to say.
Stress Less - Everyone experiences stress. Learn how to manage your stress.
Take a Peek Over the Horizon - What is the Horizon Program About. Come take a peek.
This one is For the Girls - Are you a woman in leadership position in GWRRA? Come network and learn at all levels.
Talk to the Elephant - Are you ever faced with having a difficult conversation with a family member?
Understanding Leadership - This is an oppurtunity to test your ability to handle unusual and often difficult at all levels.
Zone Out - Why should you leave your comfort zone?