Leadership Consultants

Leadership Consultants are split into three focus areas: expansion and growth; new chapter development; and chapter operations. Each of these men may visit up to 20 chapters per semester. During a visit, the consultants focuses on chapter operations, recruitment, member education, philanthropic efforts, academics and other strategic areas for each chapter. They host workshops and retreats, work closely with university officials and facilitate general leadership development for chapter members.
Each chapter will receive at least one visit per semester from your leadership consultant. You will be notified with the dates of your scheduled visit at the start of each semester. Additionally, you will be contacted by your consultant prior to his arrival.
Our consultant staff travels more than 250,000 miles each year by car, plane and train to serve our chapters. These men spend eight months working with all of Pi Kappa Phi’s undergraduate chapters, meeting with alumni and volunteers, and opening new and dormant chapters.
Preparing for Your Leadership Consultant’s Visit

To make the most of your consultant’s visit to your chapter, you will need to plan and prepare meetings and activities as outlined in the Leadership Consultant Visit Guide prior to your consultant’s arrival. You should schedule an hour-long meeting with each officer as well as with your philanthropy chairman and risk manager. Furthermore, the chapter should plan to have a chapter meeting during the consultant’s visit, so he can provide updates and recommendation before the entire chapter. Your consultant will schedule meetings with your chapter advisor and regional governor as well as your campus’s fraternity/sorority life professional.

In addition, you will need to make the necessary accommodations for your consultant’s visit. This includes ensuring that your consultant has a place to sleep each night, a workspace with internet access, areas for individual and chapter meetings, and appropriate parking access on campus. If you have questions about accommodations or the visit, you should directly contact your leadership consultant.

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To help us better our consultant visit program, we rely on your feedback and suggestions. Please take a few minutes to review your consultant’s visit. Your evaluation is anonymous and will help us improve the quality of the leadership consultant visits.

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