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Recent Changes to our Operations

Sigma Chi at Ball State University

Recent Changes to our Operations

The following statement was released by Consul Nate Woods on August 20, 2018. This new change to the Executive Committee was passed in EC and in Formal Chapter.

“One of the yearly strategic points of the Epsilon Omega Chapter – as determined by the Balfour Leadership Training Workshop participants – was improving the Executive Committee operations. Before this semester, there has been no bylaw that states the hierarchy of the Executive Committee. The Pro Consul had the responsibility of overseeing all 18 positions (25 officers total) and I felt that this warranted a review of our EC as a unit. Therefore, we have created and passed a new EC hierarchy that will undoubtedly improve our EC efficiency and the individual growth of our EC members.

“As you can see, the EC is now compiled of 9 positions (13 members total) instead of the original 18. However, the remaining 9 positions are still considered officers in our chapter. The focus here is all about what sets Sigma Chi apart from others, leadership. This new system will not only promote a business-like culture for our EC but will also give the EC members leadership experience as they now oversee their particular “divisions”. In turn, this new system gives officers an opportunity to receive mentorship from the EC members leading their divisions. The Pro Consul will now oversee 7 EC positions, 6 of which will oversee the progress of the officers in their divisions, as the Risk Manager will act as a senior advisor to the Pro Consul and myself. We are excited to see the improvements that this will make to our chapter and we are looking forward to a very productive year.”

This article was written exclusively for Ball State Sigma Chi’s The Cardinal Sig and was featured in the August 2018 newsletter. To read more from that newsletter, click here.