2013 RI CONVENTION
District Rotaract Representative Training
Saturday, 22 June 2013
Leading your District
2013 RI CONVENTION
2013 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
• Nikos Dimitropoulos Rotaractor, Greece
• Maud Poussière Rotaract...
2013 RI CONVENTION
STRUCTURE OF THE WORKSHOP
• District Structure & Role of DRR – 15 min
• Membership, Service projects & ...
2013 RI CONVENTION
PART 1
District Structure & Role of DRR
2013 RI CONVENTION
District Rotaract Structure
Rotaract clubs
elect
District Governor
appoints
District Rotaract Chair
Dis...
2013 RI CONVENTION
DRR
District clubs
District board
Rotary International
European committees
District Committees
DRR assi...
2013 RI CONVENTION
District Governor
District committees
DRR District
Board
District Clubs
European
committees
Rotary Inte...
2013 RI CONVENTION
• Serves for 1 year.
• Active rotaractor with exceptional communal action.
• Has been president of rota...
2013 RI CONVENTION
 Develop and distribute a district Rotaract newsletter.
 Plan, arrange, and hold a district Rotaract ...
2013 RI CONVENTION
 Plan and implement service activities (if approved by three-fourths of the Rotaract
clubs in the dist...
2013 RI CONVENTION
BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY A DRR ALSO…
 Ensures the keeping of the district Handbook.
 Ensures accurate clu...
2013 RI CONVENTION
 The strength of relations among Rotaract clubs.
 Their joint activities in cooperation with Rotary c...
2013 RI CONVENTION
HOW ?
 Help Rotaract club leaders achieve their goals.
 Organise district meetings and provide traini...
2013 RI CONVENTION
• Familiarization with District Structure
• Close cooperation with District Rotaract Chair
• Continuity...
2013 RI CONVENTION
• Careful selection of district rotaract committee.
• Specific responsibilities for each member.
• Cons...
2013 RI CONVENTION
 Set goals – aim high reach high
 Use a time schedule
 Select a service project well in advance
 Ge...
2013 RI CONVENTION
1. Total number of Rotaract clubs:
2. Total number of Rotaractors:
3. Total number of university-based ...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Conclusions - As a DRR you must
Represent all Rotaractors in the district.
Communicate with the Rotary ...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Thank you….
2013 RI CONVENTION
PART 2
Membership, Service projects & Meetings
2013 RI CONVENTION
Membership development
> Helping to start new Rotaract clubs:
• Rotary clubs
• Informational meeting
• ...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Membership development
> Increasing membership:
• Signs
• Why and how
• Specific action
• Communication...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Service Projects
> Helping to implement service projects:
• Needs
• Communication
• Goals
• World Rotar...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Service Projects
> Leading a districtwide project:
• Federate
• Project identification
• Approval
MEMBE...
2013 RI CONVENTION
District Meetings
> District Rotaract Meetings:
• Connections
• Share experience
• Leadership skills
• ...
2013 RI CONVENTION
2 types of District meetings:
> District Leadership Training Meeting
• Rotaract club officers
• Worksho...
2013 RI CONVENTION
> An example of a District Rotaract Conference
MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
2013 RI CONVENTION
PART 3
Multidistrict information organizations
& leading Rotaractors to Rotary
2013 RI CONVENTION
MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY
What is MDIO? Is it important f...
2013 RI CONVENTION
MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY
ERIC – European Rotaract Inform...
2013 RI CONVENTION
DRR and CR relationship
CR is not having executive role – only to provide
information
CR is responsible...
2013 RI CONVENTION
DRR is a leader representative of Rotaract in Rotary –
he is a mirror of Rotaract
It is naturally to mo...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Age difference – Is there a benefit from that?
Balance between work, family and Rotary
Rotarians are al...
2013 RI CONVENTION
MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY
Propose forming the Rotaract co...
2013 RI CONVENTION
Interactive workshop into groups
20 min
2013 RI CONVENTION
Discussion
20 min
2013 RI CONVENTION
2013 RI CONVENTION
THANK YOU !
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  • Leading Your District: District Rotaract Representative Training

    1. 1. 2013 RI CONVENTION District Rotaract Representative Training Saturday, 22 June 2013 Leading your District
    2. 2. 2013 RI CONVENTION 2013 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION • Nikos Dimitropoulos Rotaractor, Greece • Maud Poussière Rotaractor, France • Darko Sovran Rotarian, Serbia
    3. 3. 2013 RI CONVENTION STRUCTURE OF THE WORKSHOP • District Structure & Role of DRR – 15 min • Membership, Service projects & Meetings – 15 min • Multidistrict information organizations & leading Rotaractors to Rotary – 15 min • Interactive workshop into groups – 20 min • Discussion – 20 min
    4. 4. 2013 RI CONVENTION PART 1 District Structure & Role of DRR
    5. 5. 2013 RI CONVENTION District Rotaract Structure Rotaract clubs elect District Governor appoints District Rotaract Chair District Rotaract Committee (Rotarians and rotaractors) District Rotaract Representative Rotaract District Committee (Rotaractors)• Publicizes Rotaract program • Promotes organization of new Rotaract clubs • Administers Rotaract program in district. • Heads the district Rotaract committee and provides guidance and leadership to committee members • plans district projects, • recommends club service ideas Number of members according to district’s size and DRR’s year plans Work together to organize new clubs and district training sessions for incoming Rotaract club officers.
    6. 6. 2013 RI CONVENTION DRR District clubs District board Rotary International European committees District Committees DRR assistants Sponsor rotary clubs DRR elect DISTRICT STRUCTURE
    7. 7. 2013 RI CONVENTION District Governor District committees DRR District Board District Clubs European committees Rotary International DISTRICT STRUCTURE
    8. 8. 2013 RI CONVENTION • Serves for 1 year. • Active rotaractor with exceptional communal action. • Has been president of rotaract club or member of Rotaract District Committee. • Knows well the rotaract and rotarian ideas. • Willing to spend time and money in traveling and district administration. A DRR must be an experienced rotaractor, with deep understanding of rotarian ideas, respect to rotary spirit, following rotarian ethics into professional and personal life …a true rotarian DISTRICT ROTARACT REPRESENTATIVE…
    9. 9. 2013 RI CONVENTION  Develop and distribute a district Rotaract newsletter.  Plan, arrange, and hold a district Rotaract conference.  Encourage attendance and participation at the Rotary district conference.  Conduct Rotaract promotion and extension activities throughout the district in coordination with the district Rotaract chair.  Serve as the district’s Rotaract information liaison to the RI Secretariat. ROLE OF DRR ACCORDING TO RI GUIDE FOR DISTRICT ROTARACT LEADERS I…
    10. 10. 2013 RI CONVENTION  Plan and implement service activities (if approved by three-fourths of the Rotaract clubs in the district).  Provide advice and support to Rotaract clubs in implementing their projects.  Work with the district Rotaract chair to help coordinate Rotary and Rotaract activities in the district.  Coordinate public relations activities for Rotaract at the district level.  Work with the district Rotaract chair to plan and implement a training session for Rotaract club officers in the district. ROLE OF DRR ACCORDING TO RI GUIDE FOR DISTRICT ROTARACT LEADERS II…
    11. 11. 2013 RI CONVENTION BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY A DRR ALSO…  Ensures the keeping of the district Handbook.  Ensures accurate club reporting through member access.  Encourages joint projects between district clubs.  Encourages introduction of new members and new clubs.  Secures continuity of district leadership.  Represents Rotaract at official and unofficial district events.  Presents the district actions to European and International events.  Attends the Rotaract preconvention meeting and the Rotary International Conference.  Plays an important role in the 5th Avenue of Service – New Generations Service.
    12. 12. 2013 RI CONVENTION  The strength of relations among Rotaract clubs.  Their joint activities in cooperation with Rotary club sponsors.  The efficacy of Rotaract activities related to the annual RI theme.  The district Rotaract committee’s activities to promote and publicize the Rotaract program. DRR’S LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES WILL HAVE A MAJOR IMPACT ON
    13. 13. 2013 RI CONVENTION HOW ?  Help Rotaract club leaders achieve their goals.  Organise district meetings and provide training for incoming club officers.  Encourage the formation of new clubs.  Encourage clubs pursue Professional development, Leadership skills, Service projects and focus on Membership extention and development.  Keep RI apprised of Rotaract activities in your district.  Mobilize clubs to participate in World Rotaract Week, RI’s Recognition of Outstanding Rotaract Projects, and the Presidential Citation Program. These activities help clubs set goals, focus efforts, and share information with Rotary International and the Rotary world at large.
    14. 14. 2013 RI CONVENTION • Familiarization with District Structure • Close cooperation with District Rotaract Chair • Continuity of district leadership Keys to success
    15. 15. 2013 RI CONVENTION • Careful selection of district rotaract committee. • Specific responsibilities for each member. • Constant feedback. • Regular meetings. HAVING AN ACTIVE COMMITTEE…
    16. 16. 2013 RI CONVENTION  Set goals – aim high reach high  Use a time schedule  Select a service project well in advance  Get to know your district clubs before  Explore possibilities of new clubs and membership growth-discuss with rotary chair about possible sponsor clubs  Prepare budget PLANNING YOUR MANDATE….
    17. 17. 2013 RI CONVENTION 1. Total number of Rotaract clubs: 2. Total number of Rotaractors: 3. Total number of university-based clubs: 4. Total number of community-based clubs: 5. Net membership growth from previous year in existing Rotaract clubs: 6. Number of new clubs formed: 7. Number of Rotaractors who attended district meetings: 8. Names of clubs that did not participate in district meetings: 9. Number of clubs undertaking a) Community service projects: b) International service projects: c) Professional development activities: d) Leadership development activities: 10.Number of clubs participating in a) World Rotaract Week: b) RI Recognition of Outstanding Rotaract Project: c) Rotaract Presidential Citation: 11.Number of multiclub projects in the district: District Inventory (use previous year as reference)
    18. 18. 2013 RI CONVENTION Conclusions - As a DRR you must Represent all Rotaractors in the district. Communicate with the Rotary district governor and district Rotaract committee chair. Co-chair the district Rotaract committee. Bring clubs together for service and fellowship. Promote Rotaract to Rotary clubs and the community. Be an ambassador for rotaract
    19. 19. 2013 RI CONVENTION Thank you….
    20. 20. 2013 RI CONVENTION PART 2 Membership, Service projects & Meetings
    21. 21. 2013 RI CONVENTION Membership development > Helping to start new Rotaract clubs: • Rotary clubs • Informational meeting • Recruit Rotaractors • Support the new club MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    22. 22. 2013 RI CONVENTION Membership development > Increasing membership: • Signs • Why and how • Specific action • Communication • Rotaract information MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    23. 23. 2013 RI CONVENTION Service Projects > Helping to implement service projects: • Needs • Communication • Goals • World Rotaract Week, RI’s recognition of Outstanding Rotaract projects and the presidential Citation program MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    24. 24. 2013 RI CONVENTION Service Projects > Leading a districtwide project: • Federate • Project identification • Approval MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    25. 25. 2013 RI CONVENTION District Meetings > District Rotaract Meetings: • Connections • Share experience • Leadership skills • Sponsoring Rotary club relationship MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    26. 26. 2013 RI CONVENTION 2 types of District meetings: > District Leadership Training Meeting • Rotaract club officers • Workshops > District Rotaract Conference • Interests of the district’s Rotaractors • Discussion group topics MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    27. 27. 2013 RI CONVENTION > An example of a District Rotaract Conference MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE PROJECTS & MEETINGS
    28. 28. 2013 RI CONVENTION PART 3 Multidistrict information organizations & leading Rotaractors to Rotary
    29. 29. 2013 RI CONVENTION MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY What is MDIO? Is it important for DRR? MDIO Structure and purpose President, Board, Committees and Country (District) Representatives DRR role in MDIO’s National Committees Conferences and meetings, newsletters, twinning's, service projects…
    30. 30. 2013 RI CONVENTION MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY ERIC – European Rotaract Information Center Country Representative – Appointed by DRR or National Congres
    31. 31. 2013 RI CONVENTION DRR and CR relationship CR is not having executive role – only to provide information CR is responsible to DRR – All voting by CR must be in accordance with DRR MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY
    32. 32. 2013 RI CONVENTION DRR is a leader representative of Rotaract in Rotary – he is a mirror of Rotaract It is naturally to move to Rotary and continue his commitment DRR as an example to other Rotaractors MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY
    33. 33. 2013 RI CONVENTION Age difference – Is there a benefit from that? Balance between work, family and Rotary Rotarians are already proven with their work and having family already… Rotaract is a project of Rotary? Rotary club made from Rotaractors - Example MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY
    34. 34. 2013 RI CONVENTION MULTIDISTRICT INFORMATION ORGANIZATIONS & LEADING ROTARACTORS TO ROTARY Propose forming the Rotaract committee Go for meetings, help them in service projects and other activities Present your self during Rotary meeting Ask for mentoring and trainings
    35. 35. 2013 RI CONVENTION Interactive workshop into groups 20 min
    36. 36. 2013 RI CONVENTION Discussion 20 min
    37. 37. 2013 RI CONVENTION
    38. 38. 2013 RI CONVENTION THANK YOU !
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