ADSEI Executive Committee play Main Role in ADSEI Association to achieve the goals, object, and this is the core part of ADSEI Board.

Other Committee’s:

Other ADSEI Committee paly supportive Role with Executive Committee.

1. Query Complaint Redressal Committee:

This cell is established with an aim and objective to provide the direct seller/Consumer/General Public/Direct selling member entity an easy and readily accessible mechanism for prompt disposal of their grievances.

2. Finance Committee:

It is responsible for all financial receipts and expenditure etc. They should work according to the budget plan. This committee makes all the payments. They should work as per the instructions given by the organizing committee.

3. Press and Media Committee:

The role of the Press and Media committee is to give wide publicity to the ADSEI’S events, Conference, meetings, programmes, Representation to Govt. authority etcetc. All press releases, press talks, results during the meeting as well as media regarding dates, venues, posters and printing etc. are publicized by this committee.

4. Technical Committee :

It is responsible for the technical operation of the event' this committee is responsible for compliance of the Direct selling Business Plan and website of Direct selling member entity.

5. Audit Committee:

An audit committee is a committee of an organisation's board of directors which is responsible for oversight of the financial reporting process, selection of the independent auditor, and receipt of audit results both internal and external.

6. Members Approval Committee:

The approval committee generally serves as the opinion making body regarding approval or rejection of new/proposed Direct selling entity through the pre-decided scrutiny process of proposed Direct selling member entity.

Object of the Committee

  1. The committee belongs to the association, not the chair
  2. For the purpose of Encourage guide
  3. For the purpose of Mediation
  4. For the purpose of Investigation
  5. For the purpose of Discussion
  6. For the purpose of Monitor talkative members and weed out silent members.
  7. For the purpose of abolished conflict amongst the members.
  8. For the purpose to solve the problems/complaints
  9. For the purpose the uplift the standard in legal compliance

Committee Chair Responsibilities

In addition to the specific roles required by the activities of individual committees, ADSEI Board and Executive Chairman are expected to guide their committees and work with staff to develop necessary action plans and meeting agendas. Need chairs

  1. Approve the reports of committee meetings before their distribution
  2. Report to the Committee on decisions of the Board or executive staff affecting the work of the Committee
  3. Where appropriate, guide the Committee in proposing new activities and services that will advance the mission and goals of the Association
  4. Make policy recommendations to the ADSEI Board, where appropriate

Structuring the Meeting

  1. With the help of staff liaison, provide an agenda sheet with start and end times for the meeting, meeting location, list of committee members and agenda of topics.
  2. Sequence agenda items thoughtfully. Begin the meeting with topics that will unite the committee, and with topics that require mental energy, creativity, and clear thinking. Do not attempt difficult subjects one after the other. Make the first few topics quick-action items after lunch. Build in breaks at logical places (at least every two hours). End with the topics that should unite the committee.
  3. Provide at least minimal written background information for each agenda item.
  4. Indicate whether the item is for discussion only or if action is required.
  5. Identify the person presenting each item.

Facilitating the Meeting

  1. Committee belongs to the Association, not the Chair: The primary role of the Chair is as a facilitator.
  2. Guide, mediate, investigate and encourage discussion. Monitor talkative members and weed out silent members.
  3. Encourage clashes of ideas, but not personalities. If emotions run high on a difficult issue, return the floor to a neutral person, look for a purely factual answer, or take a break.
  4. Keep discussions on track; periodically re-state the issue and goal of the discussion.
  5. In moving towards a decision, first invite at least senior or vocal members to express their views. Discussions are closed after senior members express their strong views.
  6. Seek consensus; Unanimity is not required.
  7. Announce the results of actions taken and explain further action to be taken and by whom.
  8. Close the meeting by noting achievements
  9. After adjournment, meet briefly with staff liaison to agree on follow- up actions and place of responsibility.

Written Report of Committee Meeting

  1. Include the date, time and location of the meeting. Note the name of the chairman, members present and absent, and other prominent people in attendance.
  2. Pay attention to all formal resolutions and report if they are passed or lost
  3. Take note of all decisions, including resolutions passed and follow up with deadlines for implementation
  4. Include a brief summary of the discussions. Do not attribute comments to members, except possibly where formal proposals are made.
  5. Provide information on the time and place of the next meeting
  6. The report of the meeting should be prepared as soon as possible (and within 30 days) after the meeting.
  7. Announce the results of actions taken and explain further action to be taken and by whom.