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This document serves to guide the work of the Core Team and the entire Alliance.
We elevate and expand capability for social service focused mentoring in Greater Cincinnati.
Note: Capability includes elements of capacity, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and partnerships.
- We support and encourage purposeful growth in all areas of life, ultimately focused toward “people in need”.
- The “mentor solutions” toolbox is sought-after, innovative, effective and easy to use for all mentors.
Scope of the Alliance:
- Social service-focused mentoring…serving people in need (not career mentoring for professionals)
- All ages…adult, teen, youth
- Mentor Program Leaders (inc. Executive Directors, Volunteer Managers and “key” mentors).
- We equip and educate through self-service use of a shareable toolbox, workshops and 1:1 coaching.
We will measure our progress via the following:
- “Sharable contributions” across organizations, e.g. an addition to the toolbox or an offer to allow one organization to attend a local workshop.
- Other measures to emerge in 2020 as we create the Dashboard.
- Project Masterplan (by quarter, program calendar).
- Organizations We Serve (use LSN doc).
- Organization Design Key Elements (see draft).
- Dashboard (tbd).
- We seek consensus on key decisions.
- Core team members play an active role. We work in our passions and strengths. We each lead in our own unique way: content development, customer development, facilitators and coaches, ambassadors, etc.
- We respect and leverage our diversity…visible, mentor program focus, Cincinnati/NKY, customers and contributors, social service professionals and lead volunteers, neuro, experiential, faith and spirituality.
- We have one set of content. Continual improvement ideas are incorporated into documents. We have a process to review and approve. It is easy to access and use. Everyone adds to and takes from the toolbox.
- Informal networking leads to sharing across organizations.
The Core Team and Roles:
A core team of 8-10 people provide guidance, leadership and ownership organized by Subject Matter Guides and Lead Volunteers (see Role Description). Membership is mostly mentor program leaders, one volunteer manager, one executive director and 1-2 LSN lead volunteers. Expect people to play an active role (maybe 2-4 hours per month and hold the role 1-2 years.
|Name||Organization||Team Role (** = Have SMG doc)|
|Tony Aloise||Life Solutions Network||**Organizational Capacity|
|Grant Dawson||Reset Ministries||**Mentor Development|
|Mariam Martinez||Institute of Youth Dev & Excellence||**Mentee preparation|
|Kara Warden >> Courtney Walton||City Gospel Mission||**Mentor Program Ldr Development|
|Bob Miller||HELP Program||**Impact, Outcomes & Metrics (tent)|
|Katie Fiorelli||Cincinnati Cares||**Volunteerism/Community Outreach|
|Beth Hodge||Brighton Center||**Volunteer Solutions|
|Kevin Kennedy||Life Solutions Network – Lead Volunteer|
|Denise Govan||Life Learning Center||Collaboration|
|Nancy Costello||Life Solutions Network – Lead Volunteer||Strategic Planning|
Team Action Plan:
The notes below are an initial brainstormed list. Also see the “verbatims” from the Summit. We will decide on actions upon Core Team kickoff.
- Align on roles: Subject-Matter Guides, Program Leaders and Lead Volunteers.
- Plan and deliver 3-4 workshops per year (see Workshop Proposal).
- Startup a Facebook Group (see Facebook Proposal).
- Align on documentation standards and a renewal process.
- Renew the LSN web site (see Framework 2019 doc).
- Intellectual property management and agreements.
Relationship with LSN:
- LSN is the sponsoring organization. It adds capacity (lead volunteers), infrastructure (e.g. web site, newsletter) and leadership (Tony and Lead Volunteers).
- LSN is a key content provider: life skills wiki, blog and tools.
View or download the Charter here: