What Plan? Your Plan…

Plan

 

Nov 22, 2018

The 2016-2020 Strategic Plan is now 2 years into a 5 year Plan. At the recent National Conference in Ottawa, the Planning Committee were able to reach out to several groups which included Squadron and District Commanders. Our commitment was to communicate with the Membership following the conference to update you on progress to date. Over the next few weeks we will use this media to bring updates on the five key Priorities of the Plan….Education, Membership, Volunteers, Community and Communication.

In the meantime, the Plan and Planning Committee contact are both linked above. Also, a power point presentation (ppt) is available for your review and use. English or French. The ppt outlines the Strategic Plan’s Priorities and Goals. Within each goal, any of the bullets in red are applicable to all three levels of the organization…. Squadron, District and National. We look forward to your input and use of the Plan at both the Squadron and District level. Squadrons and District are using it as a model to develop their own Strategic Plan to bring them into the future.

If you have questions or suggestions, please contact your Squadron or District Commander or the Planning Committee. What Plan? Of course, Your Plan, the 2016-2020 Strategic Plan.

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