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The role and responsibilities of a region chairperson in the lions association.

The role and responsibilities of a region chairperson in the lions association.

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  • m n RAJU
  • Previous positions prepared you. More is expected now. m n RAJU OPPORTUNITY to serve, to lead, to influence
  • Are You Prepared? . . . mentally . . . physically . . . professionally . . . financially . . . socially . . . communicatively m n RAJU What does each one of them mean to you?
  • My Role Model RC Who? Why? m n RAJU Describe one past RC and one quality you liked.
  • You Need . . . . m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Arrogance Good reputation Tact Knowledge Commonsense Which one quality should an RC not have?
  • Loyalty to DG in word and deed Dedication to objects of lionism Support to ZCs/DCs / Clubs Motivation, Guidance, Communication m n RAJU
  • Basic Duties  to further LCI purposes  to promote IP’s & DG’s priorities  to be a vital link  to strengthen weak clubs  to support ZCs & district officers  to achieve membership growth m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Attend meetings Attend conventions Organize district convention Coordinate equipment Motivate club officers Which one is the primary responsibility of an RC?
  • Some Other Duties  help clubs adopt a Club Constitution  visit a regular meeting of each club  visit a BOD meeting of each club  promote attendance at conventions  additional assignments given by DG m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Organize periodic PST meetings Compliment clubs on their successes Send club status reports to District Governor Communicate once every 3 months Respond to emails or calls within 24 hours Which one answer is bad advice for an RC?
  • Immediate Priorities  PU 101s  Familiarization with PSTs  Leadership Workshop for PSTs  Coordination with ZCs  Directory information  District Cabinet Installation m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Know your PSTs Identify weak clubs, if any Fix up venue for region conference PU 101s Organize a PST schooling Which one of the following is not an immediate priority?
  • You Need to Attend ….  Inner Cabinet Meetings  Cabinet Meetings  District Installation  Club Installations  DG’s Official Visits  Club Charter Nites  District Convention etc m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Charter nite of a club in his region Region Conference of a fellow region chairman International Board meetings Multiple Council meetings District cabinet meetings Which two of the following does an RC not attend?
  • Organize …..  PST Schooling  Leadership Workshops  Periodic Meetings of PSTs  Region Conference m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Meeting of the club officers within the region Meeting of the district cabinet Region conference Leadership workshops for club officers Indoctrination meetings for new members Which one of the following does an RC not organize?
  • Promote……  DG’s Programme  Membership Growth  Membership Retention  New Club Extension  Calendar of Events  Indoctrination  LCIF m n RAJU
  •  Club Visitation Reports  Club Health & Status Reports at  Inner Cabinet meetings  Cabinet meetings  Club Statistics Records m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU Region Report as on September 14, 2011 Zone Club Name MMR 1st July 30th Sept Net Growth Dist Dir Diff Dist Dues Intl Dues DG Off Visit ZC I Club 1 04.10 44 44 0 46 -2 4325 12972 19/12 Club 2 NR 20 16 -4 20 0 12000 21540 - Club 3 NEW 0 23 23 - - 0 0 - Club 4 01.10 ZC II Club 5 02.10 Club 6 NR Club 7 NR Club 8 01.10 ZC III Club 9 30.09 Club 10 05.10 Club 11 03.10 Club 12 05.10 Total 9 311 497 186 502 5 3 5 5
  • 1. Poor Attendance 2. Members Leaving 3. No New Members 4. Lack of Enthusiasm/Pride 5. Payment Defaults 6. MM Report Defaults m n RAJU
  • 1. A Major Service Activity 2. A Major Fund Raising Project 3. Good Public Relations 4. Interesting Meetings 5. Team Spirit 6. Membership Development Plans m n RAJU
  • 1. Lions Website 2. Constitutions & Bye Laws 3. Past Region Chairpersons 4. Senior Lions & District Officers 5. The Lion Magazine 6. Webinars m n RAJU
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  • Mail  Check early  Act promptly  Every mail deserves attention  Every mail deserves answer m n RAJU
  • Punctuality  Meetings  Projects  Reports  With the clock & calendar  Set example  Manage time effectively  Indifferent beginning to rewarding results m n RAJU
  • Limits of your Authority CEO OF THE REGION Subject to the Supervision and Direction of the DG Recognize the Supremacy of the individual Club m n RAJU
  • Your Rewards  Legacy as Region Chairperson  Satisfaction of accomplishment  Leadership experience  Enhanced skills  Awards/Recognitions m n RAJU
  • m n RAJU This slideshow is available at www.authorstream.com/tag/lionnagaraju www.slideshare.net/lionnagaraju Send your comments to lionnagaraju@gmail.com
  • m n RAJU Form two groups Group 1 – Prepare a Suggested Program for your PST Training Workshop Group 2 – Prepare a checklist for your PST Training Workshop
  •  Fellowship (Breakfast/High Tea)  Inviting Dignitaries to Dais  Calling Workshop to Order – Region Chairperson  Flag Invocation  Code of Ethics  Opening Remarks – Region Chairperson  Self Introduction  Inauguration & Address – Chief Guest  Leadership Skills  Effective Communication  Game  Tea Break  Role & Responsibilities – Presidents  Role & Responsibilities - Secretaries  Role & Responsibilities - Treasurers  Tea Break  DG’s Programme  Quiz  Summing Up/Open Forum  Awards to Best Participants  Mementoes  Feedback  Vote of Thanks  National Anthem  Lunch/Dinner m n RAJU
  • 1. Fix up Date, Venue & Caterer 2. Fix up Speakers › President’s Role › Secretary’s Role › Treasurer’s Role › Inauguration Officer › Leadership Skills › District Governor’s Programme › Quiz › Games 3. Mail › Invitation › Detailed Programme Sheet 4. Assign Responsibilities › Seating & Venue Arrangements › Flag Invocation › Code of Ethics › Vote of Thanks › Introductions 5. Prepare/Procure › Pres & Sec Kits › Stationery › Handouts/Literature › Attendance Register › Attendance Certificates › Mementoes › Bouquets 6. Bring to Venue › Programme Banner › Photographer/Camera › Gong & Gavel › Flag 7. Equipment › LCD Projector › Black/White Board › Markers 8. Letter of Thanks to Participants & Speakers 9. Report to District Governor/DCS 10. Report to District Bulletin/PRO m n RAJU