Members have opportunities to engage in experiences that build essential skills, such as confidence, consensus, team building, event planning, conflict resolution and parliamentary procedure.
Each chapter develops its own six-year plan, which includes a variety of age appropriate and meaningful programming opportunities for daughters (Ticktockers) as well as mothers (Patronesses).
Each Ticktocker grade level is organized by Ticktocker officers and coached by a Patroness acting as a Grade Level Advisor. Every Ticktocker is required to hold at least one officer or leadership role within the Ticktocker Executive Committee for her class during her tenure.
In addition to working closely with daughters and supporting their local communities, all Patronesses hold a chapter job each year and actively participate as leaders in the operational success of the chapter.
Our chapter’s leadership training aims to maximize potential to be a confident role model and encourages one to be an advocate for others. Leadership in our chapter focuses on:
- Organizational skills
- Team building
- Parliamentary procedures
- Time management
- Problem solving
- Creative thinking
- Public speaking