When we think about parliamentary procedures, the officers involved more specifically, we assume that the president typically runs the meeting. This is true, however, there may be an instance where the president is unavailable to attend the meeting. In order to prevent chaos that day, take one day out of the week where the entire officer team takes the time to learn how to preside over a meeting. In the long run this will result in a well prepared officer team. During more informal meetings, have each officer alternate the position of the chair to gain more practical experience facilitating the meeting.