STRATEGIC PLAN    2012-2016ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
Core ValuesRotary’s core values represent the guiding principles of the organization’s culture, including what guides memb...
1. Club goals to support and strengthen the club and its membersWe will:  Foster club innovation and flexibility  Participa...
Mission        To provide business, professional, and    community leaders an opportunity for service to    others in orde...
LEADERSHIP PLAN    2012-2016             CORE TEAM                                2012-2016                          Leade...
1. PROGRAMS SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN OUR CLUB.         Outcome                                     Action                   ...
2. TO FOCUS ON AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE         Outcome                                   Action                 ...
2. TO FOCUS ON AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE         Outcome                                      Action              ...
3. TO ENHANCE THE PUBLIC IMAGE AND AWARENESS OF ROTARY         Outcome                                      Action        ...
CLUB GOALS - Budget#                     Area           2012-13      2013-14      2014-15                2015-161   Retent...
As a Rotarian, I willROTARY CODE OF CONDUCT   1. Exemplify the core value of integrity in all behaviors and activities    ...
The Four-Way Test                      For Rotary, The Four-Way Test is the cornerstone of all action.                    ...
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Cochin lands end strategic plan 2012 2016

  1. 1. STRATEGIC PLAN 2012-2016ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  2. 2. Core ValuesRotary’s core values represent the guiding principles of the organization’s culture, including what guides members’ priorities and actions within the organization.Values are an increasingly important component in strategic planning because they drive the intent and direction of the organization’s leadership.ServiceWe believe that our service activities and programs bring about greater world understanding and peace. Service is a major element of our mission. Through theplans and actions of individual clubs, we create a culture of service throughout our organization that provides unparalleled satisfaction for those who serve.FellowshipWe believe that individual efforts focus on individual needs, but combined efforts serve humanity. The power of combined efforts knows no limitation, multipliesresources, and broadens our lives and perspectives. Fellowship leads to tolerance and transcends racial, national, and other boundaries.DiversityWe believe Rotary unifies all people internationally behind the ideal of service. We encourage diversity of vocations within our membership and in our activitiesand service work. A club that reflects its business and professional community is a club with a key to its future.IntegrityWe are committed to and expect accountability from our leaders and fellow members, both in the results of our efforts and in the processes we use to accomplishour goals. We adhere to high ethical and professional standards in our work and personal relationships. We are fair and respectful in our interactions, and weconscientiously steward the resources entrusted to us.LeadershipWe are a global fellowship of individuals who are leaders in their fields of endeavor. We believe in the importance of leadership development and in leadership asa quality of our members. As Rotarians, we are leaders in implementing our core values.All of these core values are reflected in the Object of Rotary and The Four-Way Test, which we use in our daily lives. They inspire us to foster and support theideal of service for developing and maintaining high ethical standards in human relations. ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  3. 3. 1. Club goals to support and strengthen the club and its membersWe will: Foster club innovation and flexibility Participate in a variety of service activities Promote membership diversity Improve member retention and recruitment Encourage strategic planning at the club level Maintain an open budget to facilitate project planning2. Club goals to Focus and Increase Humanitarian ServiceWe will: Help to eradicate polio Increase sustainable service focused on New Generation Programs and The Rotary Foundationʼs six areas of focus Increase collaboration and connection with other organizations Create significant projects both locally and internationally3. Club goals to Enhance Public Image and AwarenessWe will: Unify image and brand awareness Publicize action orientated service Promote core values Emphasize vocational service Promote networking opportunities and signature activities4. Club goals to Provide Timely Advise to members via the budgetWe will: Prepare the Annual Budget prior to each changeover meeting Review the budget and accounts at board meetings monthly Keep members informed about fund raising results and disbursements on a regular basis Link all projects to a fund raising activity or event Expect project leaders to provide an estimated budget at the beginning of each financial year or prior to the commencement of a project Large projects will be expected to appoint a project treasurer other that the club treasurer to manage accountsand expenditure prior, during and after the projectʼs completion. All disbursements of funds must be approved by the board prior to any announcement ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  4. 4. Mission To provide business, professional, and community leaders an opportunity for service to others in order to benefit our community and to promote high ethical standards, fellowship, and goodwill world wide. VisionThe Rotary Club of Cochin Lands End will continue to be the premier Service Club for our communitys service minded leaders of all ages, who enjoy each otherscompany, have fun working together, and are committed to the Rotary motto "Service Above Self" ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  5. 5. LEADERSHIP PLAN 2012-2016 CORE TEAM 2012-2016 Leadership Chairman Rtn.PP.Cherian.P.C. PRESIDENT Rtn.Jayasankar.K. 2012-13 Rtn.Dr.A.V.Jose 2013-14 Rtn.Ramdas Parakkat 2014-15 Rtn.Deepak Kamalasanan 2015-16 Advisors Rtn.PP.Dr.Nibit Purkyastha. Rtn.PP.Anilkumar.K.V. Rtn.PP.Krishnamoorthy Dharmarajan Rtn.Chandiroor Vijayan ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  6. 6. 1. PROGRAMS SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN OUR CLUB. Outcome Action Responsibility Performance IndicatorInnovation and flexibility New ideas presented will be welcomed and decided Membership Records kept of suggestionsfostered. upon quickly by the Board. Development and along with Board decisions. Retention Committee Club member informed of Short picnic by the club members with family to Chairman board decisions promptly. create more interaction and bonding friendship. Club Service Director Guest Speakers engaged based on member interest and their contributions to community.Membership Diversity Friends of Rotary program developed - members Membership 2 Youngerpromoted. can bring their friends for Speaker Meetings, After Development and Professionals under 45 some meetings if their friend is interested club can Retention Committee induct them to membership. ChairmanMember Retention Reasons for members leaving the club obtained. Membership Exit interviews carried by Number leaving and reasons on record. Development and selected board members. Retention Committee Meet them at their work place or residence to know their Chairman problems.Leaders Developed Potential leaders developed and mentored for future The Board and all Executive positions positions at both the club and district levels members shadowed at club level 3 members on Members encouraged to attend at least one District committees. District seminar or event every year. Core Team selected for 2012-2016.Looking Out for Each Other Every week one member to be selected to phone Club Service Director Reports to all members at other members to attend that meeting. the weekly meeting, if a member of family members Club member or a family member encouraged to is ill or if on leave. contact the President or Club Service Director by Hospital and home visits if phone/mail , if they are ill or need to take leave. needed. ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  7. 7. 2. TO FOCUS ON AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE Outcome Action Responsibility Performance IndicatorPolio eradicated Members support the Rotary Foundation Pulse Polio Committee India no longer Polio Chairman endemic country. Only Participate in all National Immunisation Days in our Pakistan/Afganistan/Nigeria country and if possible in other countries. International Service is polio endemic. Director Immunisation facility at our Community US$ 3000 paid this year to Development Center. TRF.Increase sustainable Start Rotakids, Interact and Roatract Clubs in the CORE TEAM Based on youths participation.service focused on community within two years.Youth programs likeNew Generation Programs Youth Speaks, Youth Photographer, Youth Writer to New Generations be conducted every year on a continuting basis as a Director club youth project. RYLA, Career Guidance Centre and Give Life (Become an organ donor) Projects. New Generation Youth Projects to be discussed and CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by finalised preferably on a long terms basis as a project of selected board members. the club on a continuing basis. A community Peace New Generation Forum is planned for the year at our Community Director Report by the Assistant Development Center. Governor. Projects to be discussed and finalised preferably on a CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by long terms basis as a project of the club on a continuing selected board members. basis.Matching Grant may be utilised. Community Service Director Report by the Assistant Medical Camps, Regular Clinics planned at our Governor. Community Development Center Projects to be discussed and finalised preferably on a CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by long terms basis as a project of the club on a continuing selected board members. basis.Matching Grant may be utilised. Community Service Drinking Water, Hygiene & Sanitation, Community Toilets Director Report by the Assistant projects. Governor. ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  8. 8. 2. TO FOCUS ON AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE Outcome Action Responsibility Performance Indicator Projects to be discussed and finalised preferably on a CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by long terms basis as a project of the club on a continuing selected board members. basis. Matching Grant may be utilised. Community Service Director Report by the Assistant Health Checkup for Mother and Child. Governor. Immunisation Center for Children. Projects to be discussed and finalised preferably on a CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by long terms basis as a project of the club on a continuing selected board members. basis. Matching Grant may be utilised. New Horizons Director Computer Training for Students. Report by the Assistant Vocational Training for Women. Governor. Women Empowerment. Projects to be discussed and finalised preferably on a CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by long terms basis as a project of the club on a continuing selected board members. basis. Matching Grant may be utilised. Vocational Service Youth Exchange Program - Group Study Exchange Director Report by the Assistant Micro Credit Projects. Governor. Community Projects for Employment Generation. Community Help Center. Rotary Community Festival every year.The Club collaborates and Join hands with other organisations engaged in CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried byis connected to other community service like Heart Foundation, Kidney selected board members.organisations Foundation, Organ Donation, Eye Banks and Blood Community Service Banks. Matching Grant may be utilised. Director Report by the Assistant Governor. RCC to be formed in the community.International Projects Collaborate with a Club in other countries to do Matching CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by Grant Projects selected board members. International Service Reports from the District Director Administration. ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  9. 9. 3. TO ENHANCE THE PUBLIC IMAGE AND AWARENESS OF ROTARY Outcome Action Responsibility Performance IndicatorBrand Awareness raised Club Website, Twitter and Facebook updated regularly. CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by Links to other clubs and organisations promoted on selected board members. Twitter and Facebook Web Master Report by the District Members to use Rotary Logo and Four Way Test in their New Horizons Director Officials and other clubs. website, emails, stationery, vehicles, etc.Even in Company signage and billboards. Club Bulletins, News Letters, Invitations, Stationery, CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by Shirts/T-Shirts, Companies Diaries, compliments, etc. selected board members. to carry Rotary Logo and/or Four Way West. New Horizons Director Report by the District ROTARY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CENTER Officials and other clubs. planned.Vocational Service All members of the club in their meeting in October will CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried bypromoted take oath on the Rotary Code of Conduct. They will selected board members. display the same in their place of work. Vocational Service Director Report by the District A Vocational Excellence Award will be given by the Club Officials and other clubs. to a person of vocational stature. Vocational visit to members organisation is encouraged.FUND RAISING Club will decide a Fund Raising Project every year CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by to support the club community service. selected board members. Community Service Club to form a Charitable Trust for Funds Raising Director Report by the District and for community service projects. Officials and other clubs.Leadership Skills Training Every year the club will conduct training classes for the CORE TEAM Exit interviews carried by members to improve their leadership skills. selected board members. Reports from the District Administration. ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  10. 10. CLUB GOALS - Budget# Area 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-161 Retention of Members 90% 90% 90% 90%2 Addition of Members 20% 20% 20% 20%3 Lady Members 1 2 3 44 TRF US$.3000 US$.3000 US$.3000 US$.30005 Fund Raising for Projects Rs.100,000 Rs.500,000 Rs.750,000 Rs.750,0006 Matching Grant Projects District Grants Nil Nil Nil Nil Global Grants Nil US$.50,000 US$.75,000 US$.75,000 Packaged Grants Nil Nil Nil ? ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  11. 11. As a Rotarian, I willROTARY CODE OF CONDUCT 1. Exemplify the core value of integrity in all behaviors and activities 2. Use my vocational experience and talents to serve in Rotary 3. Conduct all of my personal, business, and professional affairs ethically, encouraging and fostering high ethical standards as an example to others 4. Be fair in all dealings with others and treat them with the respect due to them as fellow human beings 5. Promote recognition and respect for all occupations which are useful to society 6. Offer my vocational talents: to provide opportunities for young people, to work for the relief of the special needs of others, and to improve the quality of life in my community 7. Honor the trust that Rotary and fellow Rotarians provide and not do anything that will bring disfavor or reflect adversely on Rotary or fellow Rotarians 8. Not seek from a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationshipROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END
  12. 12. The Four-Way Test For Rotary, The Four-Way Test is the cornerstone of all action. It has been for years, and it will be in the future. Of the things we think, say or do 1. IS IT THE TRUTH? 2. IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED? 3. WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4. WILL IT BE BENEFICIAL TO ALL CONCERNED?ROTARY CLUB OF COCHIN LANDS END

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