Hi there! I'm my chapter's risk management coordinator and Im stuggling with how to do a RM training for my chapter without putting them to sleep. Also, how do I make risk management seem like a good and helpful thing to the women throughout the semester rather than a drag and making them feel like they can't do anything? Any help would be so appreciated! Much love!
need to present a serious or dull subject to the chapter? make it fun & entertaining! <3 BLOG LINK: http://sororitysugar.tumblr.com/post/44969039705/hi-there-im-my-chapters-risk-management-coordinator#notes
Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain: Promoting Authentic Engagement and Rigor Among Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students -- A FANTASTIC and NECESSARY book by Zaretta Hammond. Five Stars and an absolute must for anyone working with at-risk students.
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10.) What is risk managemen, and why is it an important markerting function? Risk management is the systematic process of managing an organization's risks to achieve objectives in a manner consistent with public interest, human safety, environmental needs, and the law. It is important because you have to know if your business is worth anything or if it will be successful. (Morgan Shucher)
otterrpopp: ZTA sent this prevention poster to its chapters and all Fraternity/Sorority Life offices in the U.S. to prompt conversation about how quickly you can consume an unhealthy amount of alcohol in a short period of time while thinking it was “only one or two drinks.”