Best Practices

This page recognises best practices from around the Senate World.  Please contact Piivi Öhman if you have something you would like to add.  Her contact details are in the Members Area.

Scottish Senate Best Practices

The Scottish Senate have contributed three Best Practices – Best New Member Award, National Conference First Timer Award and Past National President’s Medallion.  Details are in the documents below.

Best Practices – Scottish Senate – Best New Member – Award

Best Practices – Scottish Senate – National Conference First Timer – Award

Best Practices – Scottish Senate – Past National President’s Medallion

Netherland Senate Best Practices

The Netherlands Senate have contributed three Best Practices – Beer Pitcher Welcome Present, First Timer Contribution and Young Senators Events.  Details are in the documents below.

Best practices – JCI Senate Netherlands – Beer pitcher – Welcome present

Best practices – JCI Senate Netherlands – First-timer – Contribution

Best practices – JCI Senate Netherlands – Young Senators – Events

Finnish Senate Best Practices

The Finnish Senate have three Best Practices – Best Interaction, Electronic Newsletter and Postcards.  Details are in the documents below.

Best practices – JCI Senate Finland – Best Interaction – Award

Best practices – JCI Senate Finland – Electronic Newsletter eSenaatti

Best practices – JCI Senate Finland – Postcards to trial members from international congresses

German Senate Best Practices

The German Senate have two Best Practices – German Senate Spring Conference and Chamber activity.  Details are in the documents below.

Best practices – JCI Senate Germany – German Senate Spring Conference

Best practices – JCI Senate Germany – Awards for most active JCI chapter and highest increase of members

How to Boost your LOM

In 2011, the German Senate produced a detailed plan to stimulate growth in LOMs.  The document is in German, French, Spanish and English.

How to boost your LOM – ASE 2011

Radioscopy of a LOM

In 2011 the French Senate produced a document also to help stimulate LOM growth which helps LOM Presidents in

their analysis and development programme.  The document is in French and English.

Radioscopy of a LOM – French Senate 2011

Return the Favor

This is an ongoing programme (started in 1987-88) run by the US JCI Senate which strives to recognize those outstanding Senators and State Senate Organisations for the exceptional efforts they provide in providing support to current Jaycees – “returning the favours” gained by Senators during their own Jaycee careers. The document below is in English.

Return the Favor – US JCI Senate 2011-2012