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									2011 Leadership Training Conference




ASME 101 Session IIIA
Tools and Fundamentals Part I –
ASME Leadership Opportunities
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          Session Presenter
                  Vicki Blocker
              blockerv2@asme.org

            FMC Technologies
   Subsea Systems Proposals Coordinator

– 2011-13 Affinity Communities Representative to the
  Nominating Committee
– 2011-13 Programs & Activities Board – Strategic Initiative
  Project Manager (Increase Volunteer Base)
– 2009-10 Chair South Texas Section
– 2009-10 ASME ECLIPSE Intern
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            Session Objectives
• Understand ASME organizational structure
   – Opportunities to participate as a volunteer leader
   – What is your current role and future aspirations?
• Identify volunteer parallel and vertical paths
• Envision your volunteer leadership path
   –   Align activities with your professional career plans
   –   Recognize the value to your employer
   –   Understand the role of the Nominating Committee
   –   Shape the future of ASME
• ASME LTC Priority Goal – Apply principals of leadership
   “What's in it for me?” – Create your leadership path!
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           Session Outline
• Understand ASME organizational structure
  (15 minutes)
• Identify volunteer parallel and vertical path
  opportunities (15 minutes)
• Envision your volunteer leadership path (15
  minutes)
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Working Together and Focused on Outcomes

                                                       Board of
                                                      Governors
                                K&C


              Standards &                   Centers
              Certifications   Members &
                               Volunteers



                 Institutes             Strategic
                                        Management


 ASME Staff
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                       The Five Sectors
• Knowledge and Community
   – General membership units
     (geographical sections, technical                Board of Governors
     divisions, student sections, affinity
     groups, etc.)
• Standards & Certification
   – ASME’s Flagship; codes, standards
     and certifications                      Standards &
                                                                           Centers
                                             Certification
• Institutes
   – Business units that provide technical
     products and services to
                                                                        Strategic
     members/customers                        Institutes
                                                                       Management
• Centers
   – Mission focused units provide
     activities to benefit the profession
     and/or the public interest
                                                             Knowledge &
• Strategic Management                                        Community
   – Units serve BOG’s strategy for
     innovation and advocacy of public
     policies
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    Knowledge & Community (K&C)
    http://www.asme.org/Governance/KnowledgeCommunity/home.cfm


•   Support engineering communities by providing member-focused
    products, services, technical knowledge and networking opportunities
•   Focused programs and activities with key stakeholders, such as
    students, early career engineers, industry, and innovators
•   More than 3800 volunteers in over 800 member units
•   Activities in a given year:
–   1000+ section programs
–   2000+ student section programs
–   15 -20 Technical Conferences
–   23 Technical Journals
–   10 -12 Student Leadership Seminars (SLS)
–   10 - 12 Student Professional Development Conferences (SPDC)
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     K&C Sector Boards & Committees
• Global Communities
  Ten districts; geographic alignment of Sections and Student Sections
• Technical Communities
  Seven technical groups; Center for Research & Technology Development (CRTD)
• Affinity Communities
  Membership groups with common technical or professional interests; acquire knowledge
   and networking by leveraging online communication tools
• Financial Operations
  K & C Sector budget preparation, monitoring and resource allocation; develop strategic
   and business plans and fiscal metrics
• Programs & Activities
  Best practices, training, local programs and speakers bureau
• Information and Communication Committee
  Flow of information, publicity and communication
• Representation and Governance Committee
  Maintains a current Operation Guide for the K & C Sector
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              Standards and Certification
    http://cstools.asme.org/csconnect/CommitteePages.cfm?Committee=A01000000


•    ASME's codes and standards are developed by technical committees, each
     comprised of experts who represent the various facets of a given industry,
     such as manufacturers, installers, insurers, inspectors, end users, distributors,
     and regulatory agencies
          –   Over 4500 technical experts worldwide work with ASME to publish over 500 codes
              and standards
          –   Over 4000 self-funded volunteers; with international participation growing
          –   More than 5000 ASME certified manufacturers spanning 75 nations
          –   More than 500 Standards and 12 Conformity Programs
          –   ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Revenues: 50% US - 50% outside US

•    Standards and Certification Boards & Committees
          –   Publications
          –   Certification & Accreditation
          –   Development Committees
          –   Research & Development
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                                 Institutes
                  http://www.asme.org/Governance/Institutes/

•   Focused arena for business activities involved with developing and
    implementing strategies in mature technical or educational areas
•   More than 25,000 ASME members around the world are involved in
    Institute activities and programs
•   ASME Institutes
     – IPTI - International Petroleum Technology Institute
         • Focus includes the Petroleum, Natural Gas, Petrochemicals, Coal and
           Oil Shale industries
         • IPTI is comprised of three ASME technical communities
              – Petroleum Division (PD)
              – Pipeline Systems Division (PSD)
              – Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OOAE)
     – IGTI - International Gas Turbine Institute
         • Gateway to gas turbine technology to support the turbomachinery
           profession
         • IGTI hosts 17 technical committees
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                                    Centers
                      http://www.asme.org/Governance/Centers/

•   Support the growth of engineering, cultivate future leaders and celebrate
    the contribution of engineers to society
•   Maintain current educational requirements for professional licensure /
    Professional Practice Curriculum
•   Centers Boards & Committees:
     – Center for Education
         • Outreach to a range of constituencies from students in K-12 to professors of
           engineering in colleges and universities
     – Center for Public Awareness
         • Serve to inspire the future innovations and celebrate the past achievements of
           the mechanical engineering profession
     – Center for Career & Professional Advancement (CCPA)
         • Supervision of those activities related to student development, early career
           development, and professional development
     – Center for Leadership and Diversity
         • Leads, facilitates, coordinates, and supports the activities of the Society relating
           to leadership development, mentoring, diversity and outreach
     – Old Guard
         • The Old Guard helps engineering students and early career engineers bridge
           the gap between college and professional life
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              Strategic Management
          http://www.asme.org/Governance/StrategicManagement/


•   Activities contribute to the identification, capture and transfer of
    knowledge promoting technical innovation and advocacy of public
    policies


•   Strategic Management Boards & Activities:
     – Government Relations
         • Programs, Public Policy Agenda, Position Statements and Capitol Updates
         • Congressional Fellowships and Internships
     – Industry Advisory Board (IAB)
     – Strategic Issues Committee
         • Environmental Scans and Issue Briefings
     – Innovation Committee
         • Annual Innovation Showcase (IShow) - held during Annual Meeting in June
         • Auto Venture Forum
         • Energy Grand Challenge
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           ASME Leadership Pyramid

Governors and Presidents                               Level 5 Leader



Senior VP’s & VP’s                                     Effective Leader



Chair & Vice-Chair                                  Competent Manager



Committee Members                               Contributing Team Member



All Volunteers                                   Highly Capable Individual


                     * From ASME VOLT Academy Volunteer Leadership Path.
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    Volunteer Leadership Pyramid
 Many different
  entry points                         Enable
                                       Level 5
                                     Leadership
                  Prepare
                                                                               President
                  Effective
                  Leaders                                 Governor
                                             Senior Vice-President
 Develop                      Vice-President
Competent
Managers      Chair &
               Vice-Chair


                         * From ASME VOLT Academy Volunteer Leadership Path.
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                                   Vertical Path
                                                                                     Governance
                             Consider
                           cross-sector
                           movement to                                                 Inspire
                             broaden                               Elected             Enable
                             horizons
    Some levels                                                  Leadership
       provide
   satisfaction of
                                                                 Encourage
  staying in place
   for a period of                         Operating              Support
  time to improve                         Unit Leader
     process or                                                                           Present
      products                                                                            personal
                                            Deliver                                     professional
                      Active                Expand                                       value and
                                                                                          value to
                     Volunteer                                                           employer
                                                                          Track
                     Involvement                                        accompli-
                     Recruitment                                        shments;
 General                                                                stepping
Membership                                                              stones to
                                                                        next level
                                                 Perform well
 Affiliation                                      in positions
Participation                                        where
                          Identify and           contributions
                          create your               are made
                          mission and               early on
                           purpose to
                          serve ASME
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  Leadership Path to Governance Level
 Overview of volunteer hierarchy structure within sectors

               President / Board of Governors
                                                            Codes &                                        Strategic
                                                                          Centers – Sr.    Institutes –
                              K&C – Sr. VP                 Standards –                                    Management
                                                                              VP             Sr. VP
                                                              Sr. VP                                       – Sr. VP
Nominating
Committee

                               Technical
               Global                          Affinity
                              Community
             Communities                     Communities   Boards - VPs   Boards - VPs    Boards - VPs    Boards - VPs
                               Operating
                - VP                            - VP
                              Boards - VP



             District Level                     Affinity
                               Technical
              Operating                         Group      Committees     Committees      Committees      Committees
                              Communities
                Boards                         Leaders




               Section         Technical
               Board            Boards
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Volunteering with various sectors/sections/boards




Local Section    Technical Group          Standards & Cert.
• Impact your    • Journal Publications   • Apply
  Community      • Conference Planning      Knowledge/Expertise
• Leadership     • Technical Interest     • Impact Society &
  Development                               Future Generations
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                       Diverse Interest
• Benefit in understanding more than just one section
• Satisfy your diverse interest
• Manage you path

           • Government                            • Local Section
             Relations




                          Committee
                                      Vice Chair
                           Member



                                      History
                           Student      and
                           Mentor     Heritage
                                       Chair
           • Centers                               • Affinity
                                                     Communities
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    How Did You Get Involved?
• How were you personally recruited?
• Group discussion
  – Share recruiting stories you have heard
  – What made the recruitment successful
  – Personal solicitation versus self seekers
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 Value of Volunteer Leadership
    Value to Member               Value to Employer                  Value to Society
• Networking Opportunities     • Company Recognition /          • Promote the Engineering
• Mentorship Opportunities       Name Branding                    Profession
• Professional Development     • Develop Business               • Increase Awareness of
  • Continuous Education         Opportunities                    Engineering to General
  • Certification Programs     • “Inside Scoop” of Industry       Public
                                 Trends                         • Serve as Role Model or
  • Leadership Skills
                               • Access to Expert Information     Mentor for Future
    • Personal Competencies                                       Generations
                                 • Participation on Code
    • Interpersonal                                             • Participate in Global
                                   Committees
      Competencies                                                Outreach Activities
                               • Company Commitment to
    • Group Skills                                              • Contribute to the Greater
                                 Profession / Industry
    • ASME Specific Skills                                        Good of Humanity
                               • Demonstrate Commitment to
• Make an Impact / Give Back     Employees                      • Enhance the Lives of Others
• Personal Commitment to       • Employee Leadership            • Promote Education and
  Profession / Industry          Training / Development           Continuous Learning
• Access to Career Resources   • Enhance Company                • Share your Personal Story
  / Job Postings                 Recruiting Effort                and Life Experiences
                                                                • Encourage Others to Better
                                                                  Themselves
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Leadership Development Opportunities
     Personal Competencies                              Interpersonal
 •   Time Management                                    Competencies
 •   Self-Awareness                            •   Communication
 •   Stress Management                         •   Motivating Others
 •   Problem Solving                           •   Power and Influence
                                               •   Negotiating
                                               •   Conflict



            Group Skills                            ASME Specific Skills
 •   Effective Teams                           • Volunteer Leadership
 •   Empowering Others                         • ASME Business
 •   Delegation
 •   Leading Positive Change
 •   Strategic Thinking
 •   Business Skills



                    * From ASME VOLT Academy Volunteer Leadership Path.
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Where do You Currently Serve as a Volunteer?
 Why is your role important? What have you contributed?

              Member Value
                                                             Board of Governors



            Codes &      Public
            Standards    Awareness
                         Programs
                                     Professional
     Early Career                    Development    Standards &
                                                                                  Centers
     Activities                      Courses        Certification
                    Workshops &
                    Tutorials

    PRODUCTS, SERVICES & ACTIVITIES                  Institutes
                                                                               Strategic
                                                                              Management


              Student      Technical
              Programs     Conferences

                                                                    Knowledge &
                                                                     Community


               Member Value
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             Where do you want to go?

                                Board of Governors
                                              Codes &                                 Strategic
                          K&C                              Centers      Institutes
                                             Standards                               Management
Nominating
Committee
                                 Technical
               Global           Community
                                               Boards       Boards       Boards        Boards
             Communities        Operating
                                  Boards


             District Level
                               Technical
              Operating                      Committees   Committees   Committees    Committees
                              Communities
                Boards



               Section
                Board
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                    Running for Elected Office

    Process - Where do candidates come from and how are they recruited?

                                              NC Search Assurance                   Multiple candidates are
    Self-proposed Candidates
                                                  Committee                      required to run for each office




                                   How does one become elected?


                                                                                  Final
                                                                                             After the NC
                                                                Corporate     Results are
                     The                                                                       Selection
                                                Ballot sent   Membership       officially                     Nominees
                 Nominating                                                                    Meeting,
   Member                                     to Corporate    votes on the    voted on at                   take office at
                 Committee      Nominees                                                     Nominee are
identified as                                   Members -        ballot -          the                        the (next)
                (NC) selects   are put onto                                                   recognized
  proposed                                      September      results are     Business                        Annual
                 candidates     the Ballot                                                   as Elects at
  Nominee                                      issue of ME    reviewed by      Meeting -                     Meeting (in
                that become                                                                   the IMECE
                                                Magazine      Proxy Ballot   International                      June)
                  Nominees                                                                        (in
                                                               Inspectors      Congress
                                                                                              November)
                                                                                (IMECE)




                    The meaning behind the ballot
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Role of the Nominating Committee
  http://www.asme.org/Governance/Nominating/Nominating_Committee.cfm

                 Responsibility                  Representation
           •Nomination of members to       •18 voting members
            elected office                 •Representing ASME units           “The work of
            •President                     •5 advisors - 3 Past
            •Board of Governors             Presidents, Past Chair, Past
                                                                              the Nominating
            •Vice Presidents                Secretary                         Committee is,
           •NC selects members for         •Each Unit nominates               without a doubt,
            nomination                      •One Voting Member (2 year        the single most
                                             term)
                                            •One Alternate Member (1
                                                                              important factor
                                             year term, renewed each          in enabling the
                                             year)                            progress and
                                                                              success of
                                                                              ASME.” (Terry
                                                                              Shoup)
                  Experience                     Understanding
           •Broad record of volunteer-     •History of their Sector, Units,
            leadership                      Board and Society
           •Knowledge of the Society       •Current responsibilities,
           •Commitment to the goals and     operation and challenges
            requirements of the NC          •Board and Sector they are
           •Use knowledge to effectively     representing
            assess the qualifications of    •Related to Society as a
            proposed Nominees                whole
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Create Your Personal ASME Roadmap
• Map out your interests / strengths / skills
• Where to get involved
• How to get involved
   •   VOBB
   •   Contact Unit Chair
   •   Contact ASME Staff


                                            LTC Planning
          Local Chair     Student Mentor
                                             Committee



                                              Boiler and
                             Rep to
                                           Pressure Vessel   To Infinity and
         ECLIPSE Intern    Nominating
                                               Codes           Beyond…
                           Committee
                                             Committee


                             Strategic       Center for
                           Management        Career and        ASME Volt
         K&C P&A Board
                              IShow         Professional       Academy
                            Committee       Advancement


                                             Center for
                          K&C Affinity                       Run for Elected
         K&C P&A Chair                     Leadership and
                          Communities                            Office
                                              Diversity
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        ASME VOBB
Volunteer Opportunity Bulletin Board
 volunteer.asme.org/vobb/
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       Shape the Future ASME
 http://www.asme.org/Governance/KnowledgeCommunity/Affinity/


What if there is not a group in ASME
that matches my specific interests or
passions?



    ASME provides the opportunity to
    create your own group through the
    K&C Affinity Communities operating
    board


         Find 5 other members that share your
         passion and then get the right form
         and information to create an affinity
         group through the website above
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            Session Take-Away
• Understand ASME organizational structure
   – Opportunities to participate as a volunteer leader
   – What is your current role and future aspirations?
• Identify volunteer parallel and vertical paths
• Envision your volunteer leadership path
   –   Align activities with your professional career plans
   –   Recognize the value to your employer
   –   Understand the role of the Nominating Committee
   –   Shape the future of ASME
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Your ASME Volunteer Path Starts
            Now!

             For questions or comments
                    Vicki Blocker
               blockerv2@asme.org



              Presentation available at
             www.asmeconferences.org/
               ltc11/presentations.cfm




Volunteer Leadership Opportunities
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