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Just how do I hold someone accountable? 

Published on: March 19, 2013

Accountability begins with #1 (and the Number I) by Dave Westol, CEO of Limberlost Consulting, Inc. Perhaps the biggest challenge chapter leaders face is accountability and specifically holding others accountable.  As I visit campuses and conduct consulting sessions with chapter leaders I am rarely surprised by the range of issues that they want to discuss…but…

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Risk Management: Not Just a One Man Show

Published on: October 22, 2012

Risk Management: Not Just a One Man Show By: Stuart F. Whetsell, Director of Chapter Services Often times when visiting chapters, our ADCS staff will ask a chapter officer, “Who is responsible for managing the risk of the chapter?” The answer is often the same: The Number I – Chapter President While this may be…

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I Refuse To Believe

Published on: September 25, 2012

By: Mike Dilbeck, Founder & President of the RESPONSE ABILITY Project (Guest Blogger) As we honor National Hazing Prevention Week, I want to challenge us all to think about the unnecessary and harmful act of hazing from all angles. While there are certainly the two obvious parties involved in, and impacted by, hazing — the…

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Not Just a One Man Show

Published on: September 21, 2012

[fancytext size=45px]Not Just a One Man Show[/fancytext] by: Stuart Whetsell, Director of Chapter Services Often times when visiting chapters, our ADCS staff will ask a chapter officer, “Who is responsible for managing the risk of the chapter?”  The answer is often the same: [fancytext size=20px]”The Number I – Chapter President”[/fancytext] While this may be the…

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Hazing (insert cringe here)

Published on: September 21, 2012

[fancytext size=45px]Hazing (insert cringe here)[/fancytext] by: Dan Amato, Associate Director for Chapter Services Hazing. It’s a word that makes most fraternity men cringe. Why? Because we know it’s wrong. Deep down, every good man knows that to treat another human being as if they’re inferior just isn’t the right thing to do. But sometimes men…

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