What Gets Measured Gets Managed: Those Years I Managed Teen Lifeguards

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It was my third or fourth day as a lifeguard, my tan was hitting its stride, and I came to the final stop in my rotation around the pool before I could take a break out of the sun. I … Continued

What Makes A Fraternity Expansion Successful? 3 Indicators Of Success & 3 Fads

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  I spent six years working in fraternity expansion – the process by which fraternity staff members establish new chapters at a campus – and we led the field for much of that time.

Student Choice: A New Era of Fraternity Accreditation. Think “Cultural Credits”

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While a student at Stetson University I was expected to complete a certain number of “Cultural Credits” to graduate. These credits were awarded for attending any number of programs or events within a week, including speakers or visiting a local … Continued

Shrink To Grow – My Experience Running Greenfeather at Stetson

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I often suggest, on this website and elsewhere, that fraternities and sororities are operationally bloated and that our attention often turns to how much more our governing headquarters or campus offices can do or charge or spend.

New Fraternity Members – Don’t Wait Until You’re Initiated

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Dear person who is interested in joining a fraternity|sorority and who may have been bullied as a kid, You may hold the key to addressing some of fraternity’s (and society’s) acknowledged problems.

Community Service Is Not A Self-Help Technique: Stop Tracking Hours

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  “This seems like a lot more stuff for members to do than last year,” stated the person attached to the raised hand. “We are not going to lower our standards,” said the leader of the group, after just having … Continued

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