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Motivating Teams: Rotaract Club President Training
 

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Presentation given by Claire Mackie, Sofia Pereira, and Clemens Witt at the 2013 Rotaract Preconvention in Lisbon, Porgual.

Presentation given by Claire Mackie, Sofia Pereira, and Clemens Witt at the 2013 Rotaract Preconvention in Lisbon, Porgual.

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  • Themes throughout presentation:One RotaryGlobal organization (not U.S. centric)
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Motivating Teams: Rotaract Club President Training Motivating Teams: Rotaract Club President Training Presentation Transcript

  • 2013 RI CONVENTION Motivating Teams: Rotaract Club President Training Presenters: Claire Mackie, Rotarian, Scotland Sofia Pereira, Rotaractor, USA Clemens Witt, Rotaractor, Germany
  • 2013 RI CONVENTION 2013 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Learning Objectives After this workshop, Rotaract Presidents will be able to: • Use goal-setting with their members to build club ownership • Strengthen board member and committee chair roles • Make meetings more interactive to get more member participation
  • 2013 RI CONVENTION MOTIVATING TEAMS: GOAL-SETTING • Why set goals with your membership? • SWOT – Strengths – Weaknesses – Opportunities – Threats • SMART – Specific – Measurable – Attainable – Relevant – Time-bound
  • 2013 RI CONVENTION MOTIVATING TEAMS: STRENGTHEN CLUB LEADERSHIP • Look at your incoming/outgoing board • Identify gaps in leadership – Strengths and weaknesses can be complementary – Tailor job descriptions to the person in the job – Delegate tasks to the board members – Challenge club leadership to expand their skills • Keep communication open – Meet regularly with leadership – Measure goals/achievements – Be open to constructive feedback – Don’t be afraid to ask for help!
  • 2013 RI CONVENTION MOTIVATING TEAMS: INTERACTIVE MEETINGS • Mix up your meetings’ programs – Have members present their career/vocation – Get external speakers – Do fun things: Beach volleyball, movie nights, cooking, etc. – Members can make suggestions for future programs • Recognize your members – Quarter Fines – Fun Awards – Club Contests • Small Service Projects – Use a fun activity to raise money for a cause – Hands-on projects
  • 2013 RI CONVENTION 2013 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Discussion Time • Small Group Discussion (20 minutes) • Report Back Highlights (20 minutes) • At-large Discussion (30 minutes) THANK YOU!