4 June, 20144 June, 2014
HEALTH CHECKHEALTH CHECK
FOR ROTARYFOR ROTARY
CLUBSCLUBS
WHAT?
1 Tool to assist you in your club
development
2 Way to engage all members in future
of your club
3 Tool to provide c...
WHY?
1 Assess variety of aspects of club
health
2 Provide benchmarks
3 Focus onto areas in need
4 Recognise what is workin...
The Areas of Review
1 Membership
2 Public Image and Marketing
3 Meetings and Program
4 Venue
5 Fundraising & Project Finan...
The Areas of Review
6 The Social Side of the Club
7 The Rotary Foundation
8 Service Projects
9 Board Meetings
10 Governance
The Areas of Review
11 Planning
12 Leadership & Participation
13 Finances
14 Utilisation of Information &
Communications T...
HOW?
•Excel document – complete online
•Statistical data
•Score out of 100 – Total
•Summary Metrics show outcomes
•Board v...
BENEFITS?
• Annual review – develop trends
• Utilised with Rotary Leadership –
homework project
• RLI Club Assessment Modu...
WHERE?
Available to download from
www.rotaryaustralia.org.au
* Select Downloads, then
* Select HEALTH CHECK
Contact:
PDG Jennifer Coburn
E: jdowsettcoburn@gmail.com
M: +61 407 689 777
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  • There is no doubt that Rotary is undergoing a period of change, probably the most significant change in it’s 108 year history.
    It is also evident that clubs and Districts will need to collaborate more in the future to carry out larger, higher cost local and international projects under Future Vision guidelines of The Rotary Foundation.
    ‘Partnering ‘ will be necessary between Clubs, Districts, businesses and other community organisations.
    I would like to share with you some experiences and examples of highly successful partnering projects involving District 9810 and its clubs and leave you with a request to support the District’s latest ‘partnering’ project - the construction of a home for abandoned girls in Timor Leste.
    More about that later.
  • Measuring Success: evaluate the Health of Your Clubs and Impact of Your Projects Part 3 of 6

    1. 1. 4 June, 20144 June, 2014 HEALTH CHECKHEALTH CHECK FOR ROTARYFOR ROTARY CLUBSCLUBS
    2. 2. WHAT? 1 Tool to assist you in your club development 2 Way to engage all members in future of your club 3 Tool to provide clarity around what is working and what isn’t
    3. 3. WHY? 1 Assess variety of aspects of club health 2 Provide benchmarks 3 Focus onto areas in need 4 Recognise what is working well 5 It is the start, not the end
    4. 4. The Areas of Review 1 Membership 2 Public Image and Marketing 3 Meetings and Program 4 Venue 5 Fundraising & Project Financing
    5. 5. The Areas of Review 6 The Social Side of the Club 7 The Rotary Foundation 8 Service Projects 9 Board Meetings 10 Governance
    6. 6. The Areas of Review 11 Planning 12 Leadership & Participation 13 Finances 14 Utilisation of Information & Communications Technology
    7. 7. HOW? •Excel document – complete online •Statistical data •Score out of 100 – Total •Summary Metrics show outcomes •Board vs Club to complete
    8. 8. BENEFITS? • Annual review – develop trends • Utilised with Rotary Leadership – homework project • RLI Club Assessment Module • Clubs identify areas to work on – see the improvement
    9. 9. WHERE? Available to download from www.rotaryaustralia.org.au * Select Downloads, then * Select HEALTH CHECK
    10. 10. Contact: PDG Jennifer Coburn E: jdowsettcoburn@gmail.com M: +61 407 689 777
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