We exist to facilitate relationships, and family trees can be a defining quality of college fraternity and sorority organizations.
It seems as if the primary responsibility of most fraternity advisers, advisors, and consultants is to enforce rules. Call it another side effect of ED Delegation Syndrome. Let’s make sense of those terms. Technically, “advisor” and “adviser” mean the same … Continued
In most medium-to-large, historically-white fraternities, the Executive Director/CEO (ED) is employed by an inter/national board. The ED is generally responsible for the maintenance of membership records and for managing communications between the various components of the fraternity. This makes sense, … Continued
What a guy right? Simon Sinek may have led one of the most insightful and impactful TED Talks. It certainly struck a chord within Greek Life, and has been a part of almost every leadership conference I’ve attended.(somewhere near 100) … Continued
FM Quips can be read in 5 or fewer minutes. See other FM Quips by clicking here. Connect with Fraternity Man (Nik) on Twitter to share your thoughts. From death sprouts life, and vice versa. The idea that failure is … Continued