Top ten tips for working with Alumni BoardsMarch2012

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CASE Masterclass 22 March 2012

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Top ten tips for working with Alumni Boards:

Page 1 Top ten tips for working with Alumni Boards Christine Fairchild, Director of Alumni Relations, University of Oxford Sarah Theobald-Palmer, Associate Director, Alumni Relations, LBS March 2012

Setting up your Board:

Page 2 Setting up your Board 1 Be clear about criteria for service and how members will be selected 2 Put in place term limits 3 Create an induction programme for new members 4 Clarify expectations for service; hold members accountable 5 Develop an exit process for retiring members

Working with the Board:

Page 3 Working with the Board 6 Agree on a clear purpose and remit, ensuring that the Board is working in partnership with the Alumni Relations team and wider university 7 Build in an expectation for Board fundraising support – 100% participation is a strong message to other stakeholders

The meetings themselves & beyond…:

Page 4 The meetings themselves & beyond… 8 Think about content, structure, format and frequency of meetings carefully 9 Create a vehicle for Board input 10 Promote the Board and its work to the wider alumni and university community

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