Re: Who does what.
golden cliff (c60clg1@CORN.CSO.NIU.EDU)
Thu, 1 Feb 1996 12:19:50 -0600
> Senior Vice Chair of the District fills in for the District Chair in his
> absence. This is not typical and is actually contrary to the Key Three
> concept. In our District this has been undertaken because the person elected
> to be chair felt that his time was severely limited and that he wanted a
> deputy to serve in his stead when he was away. I think that the concept will
> end after this year when the current Chair moves on to some other position.
> Usually the District Commissioner would bill in for the District Chair in
> his/her absense. The existance of a Senior Vice Chair has made it so that
I have served as a District Commissioner. In our district we had a
District Vice-Chairman who stepped in for the District Chairman in his
absence. I felt fortunate the Vice Chairman was there for that purpose.
It saved me from having to conduct both the Commissioner Meeting and
District Meeting. I didn't find a problem with communication, but then
the District Vice-Chairman was also on my Commissioner staff (ADC), so we
all communicated pretty well, we have a small district. If I couldn't
make it to a meeting, the same person filled in for me as Dist Commissioner.
In the Key-3 concept we have a DE, Dist Chair, and Dist Commissioner.
The District Vice-Chair is substituting for the Dist Chair. If the Dist.
Commissioner substituted you'd be down to a Key-2. At our monthly
Key-3 meetings the District Vice-Chair always attended and was part of
the plan. It worked for us.
YIS, Cliff Golden email@example.com First Lutheran Church; DeKalb, IL
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