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					2008 SHRM




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       Chapter Achievement Plan




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                           SECTION 1
                                                    CHAPTER BASIC REQUIREMENTS
                                                Operation of a Professional Chapter (Required)
Completed and submitted the "2009 Chapter Leader Information Form"
Held a minimum of one meeting per quarter during the calendar year 2008
Per the SHRM Chapter charter, provided annual financial report to SHRM.
                                                                 Chapter Leadership
Utilized resources of the SHRM Volunteer Leaders' Resource Center
Developed or maintained position descriptions for chapter leaders
Conducted a minimum of four chapter board meetings, with at least one meeting
in person, during year
Conducted an annual leadership transition and/or strategic planning meeting
Provided each board member with a copy of SHRM's Leaders' Guide
Chapter representative(s) participated in the SHRM Volunteer Leaders Webcast
Series or view archived webcasts
Implemented or maintained a succession plan to identify potential and future
leaders
Included a president-elect on the 2008 chapter board
Recognized or rewarded chapter volunteer leaders
Adopted a Code of Ethics for the chapter
                                      During the year 2008, one or more chapter members attended:
Fifty percent of the SHRM State Council meetings
Regional/state SHRM-affiliate leadership conference
SHRM Leadership Conference
Worked in partnership with another SHRM chapter
                                                         Financial and Legal Management
Utilized the SHRM Guide to Chapter Financial Management
Prepared an annual budget for the chapter's fiscal year
Published a financial statement for the membership
Conducted a fiscal year-end audit (by outside firm)
Filed timely tax returns
Obtained/maintained tax ID # from the IRS where applicable
Obtained/maintained tax-exempt status from IRS where applicable and provided
SHRM with a copy
Provided a letter to SHRM indicating that exempt status is not available in the
country/locality
Obtained/maintained incorporation status with state, territory, or country where
applicable
                                                              Chapter Communications
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Published a chapter newsletter in print and/or electronic formats
Published an annual calendar of chapter meetings and events in print and/or
electronic formats
Provided chapter members with access to board meeting minutes in print and/or
electronic formats
Provided members with a chapter membership roster/directory in print and/or
electronic formats
Submitted meeting notices and/or press releases to local media
                                                                  Promotion of SHRM
Properly and consistently displayed SHRM "Affiliate of" logo on Web site, chapter
letterhead, publications (REQUIRED)
Displayed SHRM promotional materials at meetings
Provided a SHRM benefits update at chapter meetiing(s)
Highlighted SHRM activities or services in chapter newsletter and/or on chapter
Web site
Displayed SHRM podium banner at chapter meetings/events
Adopted/followed the same membership criteria/categories as SHRM
                                                                     Web Presence
Maintained a chapter Web site
Linked chapter Web site to SHRM Web site
Linked chapter Web site to state council Web site
Linked chapter Web site to HRCI Web site
Linked chapter Web site to SHRM Foundation Web site
Listed chapter leaders and contact information on chapter Web site
Listed program dates and topics on chapter Web site
Provided ability for members to join or renew their chapter membership online

Provided ability for members to register for chapter meetings and/or events online
Linked SHRM News Feed to chapter Web site

                                                                   SECTION 2
                                                            CHAPTER OPERATIONS
                                                                  SHRM Membership
During 2008, submitted the chapter's membership directory/roster for auditing by
SHRM (REQUIRED)
51% or more of chapter members are SHRM members
100% of chapter members are SHRM members
All chapter board members are required through bylaws to also be SHRM
members
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Achieved a net increase in the number of SHRM members in the chapter during
the calendar year
Provided a local chapter dues discount (or assessed NO local dues) to SHRM
members
Provided contact information of chapter members who are not SHRM members to
SHRM
Set goal for SHRM member retention improvement w/in the chapter.
Meet or exceed SHRM member retention goal.
Actively pursued initiatives to improve retention. Describe initiatives.
                                                          Contribution to SHRM Publications
Submit an article, white paper, competitive practice, resource or tool to include in
a SHRM publication.
List any other chapter achievements in the area of chapter operations
                                                                 MEMBER SERVICES
                                                       Professional Development of Members
Conducted at least one chapter workshop (defined as 2 or more hours of
professional development)
Held at least one conference
Co-sponsored at least one workshop, seminar, conference with another SHRM
chapter
Offered chapter programs in multiple cities/towns to serve members in outlying
areas

Provided financial support for member(s) to attend the SHRM State Conference
Promoted SHRM State or Regional Conference(s) to chapter members
Promoted SHRM conferences to members
Utilized the SHRM Speakers' Bureau to secure speaker(s)
Utilized the SHRM Chapter Speaker Program
Utilized the presentations/scripts available from SHRM for a chapter program
District Director presented "SHRM: Your Career Partner" to chapter members
Another member of State Council presented to chapter members
Hold a special program for senior HR professionals
Hold a CEO panel discussion as a monthly chapter meeting
                                                             Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Promoted member development through Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Created a Staffing Management SIG.
Maintained other SIGs
                                                                      Award Programs
Sponsored an award promoting human resource excellence
Submitted a 2008 Pinnacle Award entry
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Sponsored an HR-related student award.

Sponsored an assistance program that benefits chapter members or their families
                                    Chapter Member Involvement in SHRM Volunteer Leader Position
List names of any chapter members involved as a volunteer at state council, state
conference, regional or SHRM level. (Up to 6)
List any other achievements in the area of Member Services.
                                                       LEADERSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY
Appointed a primary media contact for the chapter.
Established/maintained a strategy for promoting the HR profession at the local
level through press releases, media contacts and other iniatives.
Chapter served as a resource to the community or local media on HR issues in
one or more instances.
Chapter members belonged to other non-profit community groups as official
representatives of the chapter.
Provided educational opportunities about local community groups to chapter
members (childcare/elder care services, etc.)
Conducted at least one chapter project to benefit the community (food drive,
business clothing drive, etc.)
Conducted at least one chapter program to benefit the community (HR training for
supervisors, etc.)
Sponsored or hosted at least one program or event to benefit a charity or
community organization (such as a Golf Outing) where proceeds go to charity
Sponsored a special program for members related to business continuity
planning/disaster preparedness and response.

Provided a section of chapter Web site with key contacts and information related
to community disaster agencies (Red Cross, Salvation Army, FEMA, DOL, etc)
Partnered with a local or state agency to raise community awareness about
disaster preparedness.
Coordinated a disaster preparedness response or business continuity planning
iniative.
Extended invitations for local chapter events beyond the HR community to the C-
Suite and local business community.
List any other chapter achievements in the area of HR Leadership in the
Community:
2008 SHRM




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                           SECTION 3
                                                         CORE LEADERSHIP AREAS
                                                    College Relations Core Leadership Areas
Included a student chapter liaison or college relations advocate on the 2008
chapter board.
Adopted and implemented SHRM 2008 college relations goals.
Provided guidance on HR awareness to student chapters or educational
institutions.
Included students in professional chapter meetings and programs.

Sponsored SHRM and/or chapter memberships for student chapter faculty advisor.
Offered free membership or reduced dues for student members.

Offered free or reduced chapter meeting attendance fees for student members.
Provided speakers for student programs, arranged student company tours,
participated in career day activities, etc.
Provided student chapter assistance to participate in HRGames.
Provided a scholarship or an award to college student(s).
Promoted the availability of the SHRM Internship Guidebook.
Participated in student member mentoring program or coordinate/arrange for
internships for students to gain HR knowledge.
Coordinated or arranged for internships for students to gain HR knowledge.
Provided an educational institution with HR books, videos, and/or other materials,
or a subscription to HRMagazine
Assisted a local college in chartering a new SHRM student chapter.
Chapter representative(s) participated in a student conference.
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one SHRM college relations
conference call.
Chapter representative(s) participated in SHRM volunteer leader college relations
webcast or viewed archived webcast
Utilized the College Relations Toolkit
List other chapter achievements in the area of College Relations Leadership
                                                           Diversity Core Leadership Area
Included a chapter diversity advocate on the 2008 chapter board.
Developed a Diversity Advisory Council for the chapter.
Develop a chapter Diversity Plan.
Diversified chapter board to reflect demographics of local community.
Conducted at least one diversity-related seminar or program.
Partnered with a diverse or minority orgnaization on an event.
Adopted and implemented SHRM’s 2008 Diversity Goals.
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Sponsored an award promoting diversity, such as a Workplace Diversity Award.
Chapter representative(s) attended the SHRM Diversity Conference.
Chapter representative(s) attended a state or local diversity conference of an
SHRM affiliate.
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one diversity conference call.
Chapter representative(s) participated in SHRM volunteer leader diversity webcast
or viewed archived webcast
Utilized the SHRM Diversity Focus Area
Utilized the SHRM Diversity Toolkit
Utilized the SHRM Diversity Survey Template
Contributed to an article or wrote an article on the topic of diversity.
Created a tool or resource that can be used by diversity practitioners.
List other chapter achievements in the area of Diversity Leadership
                                                     Governmental Affairs Core Leadership Area
                                                             Relationship Building
Included a chapter governmental affairs advocate on the 2008 chapter
Adopted and implemented SHRM 2008 Governmental Affairs Goals.
Participated in a lobby day, either at your state capitol or in Washington,

Created a “Day Inside the District” Program, where members within your chapter
met with their state or federal public policy makers within the district.This includes
inviting a state or federal public policy maker to speak at a chapter meeting.
Created a “Day Inside the Beltway” program, where members met with their
federally elected officials in Washington, D.C.
Conducted at least one chapter program around a federal or state workplace
policy issue that impacts the HR profession or a program on how members can
impact the public policy process
                                                                     Information Sharing
A minimum of three unique users per month from the chapter participated in letter
writing through the SHRM HRVoice program.
A chapter representative attended the SHRM Legislative and Employment Law
Conference.

A chapter representative attended a legislative conference of an SHRM affiliate.
Presented, at least quarterly, a legislative update at chapter meetings.
Provided, at least quarterly, a legislative update in the chapter newsletter.
Created an opportunity for HRVoice letter writing at chapter event around a
federal, state or local workplace issue.
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one SHRM governmental affairs
conference call.
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Participated in an SHRM volunteer leader legislative webcast or viewed archived
webcast
Supported SHRM federal and state public policy initiatives by keeping chapter
members informed of alerts.
Local or state legislator(s) addressed the chapter.
Utilized the SHRM Governmental Affairs Toolkit

List other chapter achievements in the area of Governmental Affairs Leadership:
                                                    HRCI Certification Core Leadership Area
Included a chapter HRCI certification advocate on the 2008 chapter board.
Adopted and implemented 2008 HRCI certification goals.
Promoted the benefits and value of HRCI certification (PHR, SPHR, GPHR).
Educated members on the recertification process, including using the online
recertification system.
Conducted an HRCI exam study group.
Co-sponsored a university-based certification preparation study course.
Achieved a net increase in the number of chapter board members certified.
Achieved a net increase in the number of certified chapter members.
Increased the number of chapter members who sat for the exam.
Sponsored certification award to a chapter member or members.
Recognized certified chapter members at a chapter program, or otherwise
recognized or rewarded certified members.
Obtained recertification pre-approval through HRCI for chapter-developed
educational programs, workshops, or other events
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one SHRM/HRCI certification
conference call.
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one volunteer leader
SHRM/HRCI certification webcast or viewed archived webcast
Utilized the SHRM Certification Toolkit
Utilized the certification materials at www.hrci.org/Volunteers/chapter.
Chapter purchased copies of the SHRM Learning System (both facilitator and
participant versions) for use in a chapter study group
List other chapter achievements in the area of HRCI Certification Leadership:
                                                        Membership Core Leadership Area
Included a chapter membership chair on the 2008 chapter board
Chapter membership chair was an SHRM member during the year
Conducted an SHRM membership drive.
Conducted a chapter membership drive.
Utilized the “SHRM and Chapters in Partnership” brochure (contact your Regional
Team to secure copies).
Held a special chapter program on value of SHRM membership.
2008 SHRM




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Utilized SHRM at-large mailing lists to contact prospective chapter members (list
is available from your Regional Team).
Held at least one chapter event to recruit SHRM at-large members to chapter
membership.

Included a link to the SHRM membership application on the chapter’s website.
Adopted and implemented SHRM’s 2008 Membership Goals.
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one SHRM membership
conference call.
Chapter representative(s) participated in SHRM volunteer leader membership
webcast or viewed archived webcast
Conducted new member orientation(s).
Held at least one networking event during at a monthly meeting or as a separate
event.
Offered free or reduced dues to members in transition (seeking employment).

Conducted member needs assessment (samples available in the SHRM VLRC).
Publicized SHRM’s special membership promotion programs (e.g. the $145 first-
time SHRM membership fee for chapter members, SHRM online membership
promotions).
Utilized SHRM Membership Recruitment and Retention Toolkit (available in the
SHRM VLRC).
List other chapter achievements in the area of Membership Leadership:
                                                        SHRM Foundation Core Leadership Area
Included a chapter SHRM Foundation advocate on the 2008 chapter board.
Contributed to the SHRM Foundation. Indicate 2008 contribution amount: $
Held at least one special event (e.g., 50/50 raffle, silent auction, etc.) to benefit the
SHRM Foundation.
Conducted a Chapter Leadership Campaign to encourage all chapter officers to
make individual donations to the SHRM Foundation.
Increased the per-capita chapter contribution to the SHRM Foundation from
previous levels.
Aligned chapter goals to support the 2008 SHRM Foundation Goals.
Increased chapter contribution over previous years’ contributions.
Increased the number of SHRM Foundation individual donors in the chapter
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one SHRM Foundation Core
Leadership Area conference call.
Highlighted availability of SHRM Foundation Effective Practice Guidelines series
to members.
Promoted the SHRM Foundation at chapter meetings, in chapter newsletters,
and/or on chapter Web site.
2008 SHRM




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Presented the SHRM Foundation presentation at a chapter meeting (available in
the SHRM Foundation Toolkit)
Educated members about the mission and work of the SHRM Foundation.
Displayed Foundation literature (e.g. campaign brochure, fliers, etc.) at every
chapter meeting.
Utilized one or more of the SHRM Foundation’s DVDs in a chapter program
Promoted 2008 SHRM Foundation Regional Scholarship Program
Chapter representative(s) participated in SHRM volunteer leader SHRM
Foundation webcast or viewed archived webcast
Utilized the SHRM Foundation Toolkit
List other chapter achievements in the area of SHRM Foundation Leadership:
                                                      Workforce Readiness Core Leadership Area
Included a chapter workforce readiness advocate on the 2008 chapter board.
Adopted and implemented SHRM 2008 Workforce Readiness Goals.
Visited with a key local or state public policy official (i.e. state department of labor,
state department of education, local one-stop center) to discuss workforce
readiness issues and programs in the state or community.
Partnered with a national/state/community workforce readiness organization, such
as Junior Achievement, America’s Promise, etc.
Promoted or participated in national or statewide workforce readiness initiative
such as Job Shadow Day, workforce readiness certification (i.e. WorkKeys), or
Jobs for America’s Graduates.
Sponsored or participated in community workforce readiness activities (e.g., mock
interviews, speakers for schools, career counseling, etc.).
Held at least one chapter program to promote awareness and knowledge of the
value of workforce readiness programs.
Chapter member served on a state or local workforce development committee or
board.
Chapter representative(s) participated in at least one SHRM volunteer leader
workforce readiness webcast and conference call, or viewed archived webcast
Utilized the SHRM Workforce Readiness Manual
Partnered with the regional Workforce Investmetn Board or similar agency to
place new or re-entering workers into the owrkforce
Chapter rep(s) attended a state or regioanl workforce readiness eent sponsored
by a SHRM affiliate.
Chapter rep(s) participated in a state council Workforce Readiness Advisory
Council.

Chapter rep(s) participated in state council workforce readiness conference calls
Coordinated a resume service or job bank for local members and employers
Sponsored a special program for chapter members in transition (e.g. job search
support groups, resume/interviewing workshops, etc.)
2008 SHRM




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List other chapter achievements in the area of Workforce Readiness Leadership:

                                                                SECTION 4
                                                            LIVING THE MISSION
                                                            Serving the Professional
STP strategic initiative undertaken by chapter in 2008
                                                           Advancing the Profession
ATP strategic initiative undertaken by chapter in 2008

                                                                SECTION 5
                                                    TOTAL ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2008
Section 1:   Chapter Basic Requirements
Section 2:   Chapter Operations, Member Services, & HR Leadership in the Community
Section 3:   Core Leadership Areas
Section 4:   Living the Mission
TOTAL ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2008

				
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