What is LLD?:

Each year, the leaders of Occoneechee Lodge gather for a Lodge Leadership Development event. The purpose of the event is to build the team of lodge leaders who will guide Occoneechee Lodge for the coming year. The event consists of a number of training sessions that will help us all focus our attention on issues our lodge needs to again attain the National Quality Lodge distinction.

You, as a valued leader of Occoneechee, are invited to participate in this exciting event. As a leader, you know that your attendance is vital to your success in the coming year.

About This Year’s Event:

This year, Occoneechee Lodge will train the elected Chapter and Lodge Youth and Adult Leadership in November at the annual Lodge Leadership Development. The subjects have been selected and instructors recruited. They will use a National Order of the Arrow Outline for their subject presentation. NEW this year, LLD will be held entirely online for free. Using the Lodge’s new Training Portal, participants will be able to join courses held throughout the day and learn about various topics. See below for a copy of the schedule.

Event Details:

  • Date: November 21st, 2020
  • Location: Virtual from the comfort of your home
  • Cost: FREE
  • Start: 8:45 am Saturday
  • End: 5:00 pm Saturday

 

How to Participate

  1. Be sure to pre-register for free using the button above, this will make sure you get all emails related to LLD.
  2. Prior to LLD, head to training.lodge104.net and create an account so you can join courses during LLD. This account is different from any other account you may have made before using one of our websites. Eventually, all our systems will use this one account to log in.
  3. On November 21st, you’ll return to this page a little before 9:00 am and you’ll click the button to view the course pages for the first block. On that page, you’ll log in with the account you made in the steps above and see the four different courses for that block. You then select the one you’d like to take and self-enroll. Once you enter the course, you’ll find the zoom link and any course materials for the training.
  4. When that training completes, you’ll move on to the next block.

Schedule

Block 1 | 9:00 – 9:50 Area of Focus Objective Trainers
Understanding Servant Leadership General LLD 2.0 Understand the four levels of leadership and learn how you can become a better leader. Jacob Labaza
Life on Summer Camp Staff General Learn about the life of a Camp Durant Staff member Parker Morrissette
Running a Quality Chapter Meeting Chapter Chiefs
REQUIRED
Learn the skills and tricks to run a high-quality chapter meeting John Sommer
Vice Chiefs of Finance Meeting Chapter Vice Chief of Finance REQUIRED How to be an effective Chapter VC of Finance! Greg Koonce
Block 2 | 10:00 – 10:50 Area of Focus Objective Trainers
Introduction to AIA Program The Basic and key skills behind AIA Dancing, Drumming, and Ceremonies Hunter Jones
So You Want to Become a Lodge Officer? Lodge Administration LLD 2.0 Learn the Responsibilities and Commitments of an Occoneechee Lodge Officer PVCAA
OA Troop Rep and Adviser Training Communications Learn how to be an effective Order of the Arrow Unit Representative

Samuel Harrelson

Brian Lershall

Vice Chiefs of Administration Meeting Chapter Vice Chief of Administration REQUIRED How to be an effective Chapter VC of Administration Jacob Labaza
Block 3 | 11:00 – 11:50 Area of Focus Objective Trainers
Communication for the Modern Leader General LLD 2.0 How to communicate in a changing world Dakota Cameron
Creating a Strong Team General LLD 2.0 Learn how to assemble and bring together a strong team Matthew Klassa
Unit Election Training

Chapter VC Administration and Chapter Chief

REQUIRED

Learn how to run an effective Unit Election virtually and in-person.

Evan Nazereth

Jacob Labaza

Vice Chiefs of Program Meeting

Chapter Vice Chief of Program

REQUIRED

How to be an effective Chapter VC of Program! Trent Leone
12:00 – 2:00 | Lunch and Chapter Workshops Eluwak Kiowa Mimahuk Neusiok Saponi
Ilau Machque Lauchsoheen Netami Netopalis Temakwe
Block 4 | 2:00 – 2:50 Area of Focus Objective Trainers
Service within the Community General LLD 2.0 Learn the importance of serving cheerfully in the community Alberto Daniel
Time Management for a Leader General LLD 2.0 Learn the information to effectively set goals and manage time wisely and how these skills are incorporated in the chapter and lodge Alejandro Reyes-Arroyo
Oh the leader You will be General How this year’s conclave theme relates to leadership PCAA
Vice Chiefs of Communications Meeting

Chapter Vice Chief
of Communications

REQUIRED

How to be an effective Chapter VC of Communication Dakota Cameron
Block 5 | 3:00 – 3:50 Area of Focus Objective Trainers
Election Administration 101

Chapter Advisers &

VC Admin Advisers

REQUIRED

Anyone involved in elections should also attend (youth or adult)

Learn how the new LodgeMaster Inductions Module is changing our election process and understand how elections go from start to end and all the paperwork in between.

Keith Biegert

Nicholas Anderson

Creative Thinking General LLD 2.0 Learn how to think outside of the box as a leader Greg Koonce
History of patches General Learn about the stories behind patches from the trading post John Stewart
Leadership from AIA Program How leadership is shown through ceremonies and powwows. Trent Leone
Block 6 | 4:00 – 4:50 Area of Focus Objective Trainers
We’ve got a lovely bunch of Knuckleheads Advisers Learn the art of advising youth Matt Brenenman
Chapter Chief’s Meeting

Chapter Chief’s

REQUIRED

How to be an effective Chief and run a quality chapter meeting. Alberto Daniel
OA High Adventure General An Overview of the High Adventure programs offered by the Order of the Arrow Committee to Arrowmen ages 14 -20 Dan Rice
How to get involved with the Lodge General LLD 2.0 Learn how you can use your unique talents to get involved with the lodge (Highly recommended for anyone new) Parker Morrissette