APO-EM CAPS Survey (2017)
Please complete this survey as part of Alpha Phi Omega's Chapter Assessment and Planning Session (CAPS) program. Responses to the following questions should reflect your opinions following the previous semester.
How does Epsilon Mu rate?
Please respond to these questions using:
0 = No
1 = Sometimes
2 = Yes
Do chapter meetings start and adjourn on time?
Does the Executive Board preview major discussion topics and handle routine business?
Do chapter meetings follow a carefully prepared agenda?
Are interesting programs offered regularly?
Does the Executive Board meet regularly?
Is an annual budget prepared and used?
Is a monthly financial statement submitted to the chapter?
Are appropriate fees paid to the Fraternity on time?
Does the chapter program include campus, community, Scouting and national projects?
Do most members perform at least 10 hours of service per semester?
Is the pledging program written down and approved by the chapter?
Is the progress of all pledges reviewed weekly?
Does the Membership Committee conduct a year-round recruiting program?
Does the Membership Committee follow up on inactive members?
Is a personal interest survey conducted annually?
Does the chapter have 25 active members?
Do your chapter officers attend sectional, regional and national activities?
Are non-officers encouraged to attend sectional, regional and national activities?
Does your chapter conduct one interchapter activity a year?
Does the chapter publish a newsletter regularly?
Are chapter activities properly recognized in the news media?
Does your chapter participate in the APO LEADS (Launch, Explore, Achieve, Discover, Serve) program?
Does your chapter interact with its alumni in meaningful ways?
Does your chapter properly prepare and conduct meaningful ceremonies?
Does your chapter seek to build a strong relationship with your school’s administration?
Vision Statement
Warren Bennis and Bert Nanus examined the lives of 90 leaders and found that one of their key strategies was “attention through vision.” Bennis and Nanus said “To choose a direction, a leader must first have developed a mental image of a possible and desirable future state of the organization.” A vision statement translates this mental image into a view of a realistic, credible, attractive future for an organization – a condition that is better in some important ways than what now exists. A vision describes what’s unique about the chapter and sets forth a road map and standard of excellence that clarifies what the chapter wants to be and where it wants to go.

EXAMPLE: “To be recognized as the premier service-based leadership development organization.”

What is your vision for Epsilon Mu one (1) year from now?
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What is your vision for Epsilon Mu three (3) years from now?
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