Regional Membership Plans: How to Leverage Them and Grow Membership

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The regional membership plan initiative is designed to
increase membership by leveraging regional strategies
for attracting new members and engaging current
members. The 16 regional membership plans, led by RI
directors, span the Rotary world. Come hear about the
background and current status of the plans and learn how
to leverage these plans to grow membership.

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  • Tamie (Tamara) Koop

    Tamie joined Rotary in the landmark year, 1989, when women were officially welcomed into Rotary. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Waukesha Sunrise. She has been active in the club in many service above self efforts.

    Tamie served as District 6270 District Governor in the 2008 – 2009 Rotary year. The theme that year was “Make Dreams Real”. Additionally on the district level she serves on the district Executive committee, chair of the ‘Club Facilitated Visioning’ team, Youth Protection Trainer and Rotary Grants educator.

    She is serving Rotary Zone 28, as a Rotary Coordinator with a team of 3 assistant coordinators. The Rotary Coordinator’s goal is to be a resource and give supportive service to the 12 districts comprising Zone 28. She is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Paul Harris Society giver and a major donor to the Rotary Foundation.

    She is retired from a lifelong career as the University of Wisconsin Extension 4H Youth Development Educator of Waukesha County. In 2011, she was inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame.

    Free time—lawn mowing on the farm, photography and judging at county fairs.
  • If you have enjoyed this session, we encourage you to listen for more information about the upcoming Membership Development webinar series beginning in August. Register for upcoming webinars and access recordings of past webinars at www.rotary.org/webinars
  • Regional Membership Plans: How to Leverage Them and Grow Membership

    1. 1. 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Regional Membership Plans – How to Leverage them and Grow Membership Moderator – RC Noel Trevaskis Rotary Club of Bega Australia
    2. 2. • Joined Rotary in 1996 • Member of Bega Rotary Club • District Governor 9710 Australia– 2005-06 • 2012 Chairman of Membership Development Committee for Zone 7B & Zone 8 • Rotary Coordinator 2011-2014 ROTARY COORDINATOR NOEL TREVASKIS
    3. 3. • Joined Rotary 1999 - Rotary Club of Baguio Summer Capital • Club President 2004-05 • District Governor 2009-10 • Rotary Coordinator Zone 7A 2012-15 ROTARY COORDINATOR OYAN VILLANUEVA
    4. 4. • Joined Rotary in 1988 Rotary Club of Karur • District Governor 3000, 2000-01 • Rotary Coordinator – Zone V, 2013-16 • Member of Membership Committee, 2014-17 ROTARY COORDINATOR PDG CHOCKALINGAM BASKER
    5. 5. • Joined Rotary Club of Waukesha Sunrise in 1989 • District Governor D6270 2008-09 • Zone 28 Assistant Rotary Coordinator 2010 – 2013 • Rotary Coordinator for Zone 28, 2013 -2016 ROTARY COORDINATOR TAMIE (TAMARA) KOOP
    6. 6. 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION RC Oyan Villanueva Rotary Club of Baguio Summer Capital The Philippines
    7. 7. CLUBS LESS THAN 25 CLUB MEMBER PERCENTAGE
    8. 8. REDISCOVER ROTARY, GOING BACK TO BASICS
    9. 9. • The members passionately spoke from the bottom of their hearts! • The disciplines of the committee members FIT the needs of the clubs and districts. THE BEST WERE TRULY CHOSEN
    10. 10. NON TRADITIONAL TRAINING METHODS
    11. 11. MORE TRAINED AND ENTHUSIASTHIC ROTARIANS MEANS MORE PASSIONATE ROTARIANS ? PHASE ONE PHASE TWO ENTHUSIASM TIME POINT OF INFATUATION DESIRED END-STATE (HIGHER RETENTION AND MEMBERS)
    12. 12. 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION RC PDG Chockalingam Basker Rotary Club of Karur India
    13. 13. Regional membership plans help districts and clubs to improve both qualitatively and quantitatively for the following: – Membership Goal setting – Learning techniques of membership development – Recruitment – Assimilation and Retention – Extension
    14. 14. In District conducting zone wise membership seminars helped the club leaders and membership chairs to plan, and learn how to inform and act. “The Zone V which is the largest Zone in membership continues to grow by about 7% annually adopting the good techniques of RMP.”
    15. 15. Listing of Rotary, Rotaract and TRF Alumni helped in widening base of Potential/ Prospective members. “A database under preparation for the same.”
    16. 16. Promoting Couple and Family Memberships with incentives like rebate in club dues resulted in immediate growth. “Many clubs have introduced this concept and we are expecting at least five couple members in a club this year.”
    17. 17. Appointing District Officers on Special Duty for weak clubs resulted in more vibrant clubs, thereby promoting membership growth. “We have allotted a special budget for this exercise to do a health check up on weak clubs and turn them into active vibrant club.”
    18. 18. Rewarding district and clubs with Membership zone and district awards resulted in significant motivation and encouragement to perform better. “For the first time this year we have introduced Zonal awards for Clubs and individual Rotarians for their contribution in membership development which is highly encouraging.”
    19. 19. 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION RC Tamie Koop Rotary Club of Waukesha Sunrise United States
    20. 20. North America – Zones 28-29 • Member Attraction • Member Engagement • Strengthen Rotary Clubs • Increase Service Activities • Increase Telling Our Stories
    21. 21. QUESTIONS
    22. 22. RC Noel Trevaskis n.trevaskis@bigpond.com RC Oyan Villanueva oyan_villanueva@yahoo.com RC C. Basker baskerc@vncgroup.com RC Tamie Koop tkoop@wi.rr.com PANEL AND CONTACT INFORMATION
    23. 23. Register for upcoming webinars and access recordings of past webinars at www.rotary.org/webinars WEBINARS
    24. 24. Thank You !!

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