• Those who can think to the future.
• Those can organize projects and people.
• Those who can communicate with people.
• Those who can carry out plans.
• Those who can motivate others to follow established plans.
The following information worked well for the groups that I worked with over those 19 years.
There are many ways that a booster club can be structured. It is of paramount importance to remember that the director/directors are the "rulers" of the booster organization. Everything is done under their guidance and approval. For a more in depth explanation of the layout of the executive board, including key members at large, read the article Stick One: Understanding the Structure of a Booster Organization posted in the Organization section of the Resource tab. This article expresses a fantastic way to work as a team, sharing the responsibility of leadership and alleviating the fear of taking on too big a job while drawing clear lines to simplify the communication process.
Next week, we will take a look at each board member's role. Having a clear understanding of what the responsibility of an executive board member is will help each member act within his bounds of duty as well as make him/her more confident in his acceptance of a position.