Group Leader Reports
New Member Reports
Most importantly every Friday group leaders receive a new member report to remember that contacting your new members and getting them connected to your chapter is one of the most essential jobs as a group leader. This report will include the name, phone number, email and city of people who have joined your chapter that week.
It will be broken down by people who have listened to the introductory Informational Session people that are brand new to CCL and people who were in CCL before but just moved to your chapter.
It's good practice to call or otherwise make contact with all these people to welcome them to your chapter and invite them to join in your group activities. You can do this yourself or you can enlist the help of other volunteers in your area. This is a really great opportunity for delegation, a lot of chapters have a welcome committee where other volunteers in the chapter help welcome their new members.
Field Reports and Endorsers
This will come to you an Excel spreadsheet with a few different tab and you can use this report just graph your chapters progress over time and helps that goal.
So, for example, maybe you'll see that your chapter has been getting a lot of letters to the editor published but has no local endorsements yet. So, for example, maybe you'll see that your chapter has been getting a lot of letters to the editor published but has no local endorsements yet. You could use this report then to track your ongoing progress and congratulate your media team on all of their hard work and while organizing your endorsement team to set a goal of getting to endorsements before the end of the nex month.
You'll also receive periodic updates about media opportunities, known as "Editorial Packets." Whenever CCL releases an op-ed or is planning a media blitz for events Earth Day, you'll receive a copy of the texts, tips, and themes to pass along to your media team.
If you don’t have access to these reports, email CCL Membership at email@example.com.
Weekly New Member Reports
- Sara Wanous