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Working with Weak Lions Clubs
 

Working with Weak Lions Clubs

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A slideshow for helping lions district officers to work with weak and struggling clubs by reviewing, identifying and preparing action plans.

A slideshow for helping lions district officers to work with weak and struggling clubs by reviewing, identifying and preparing action plans.

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    Working with Weak Lions Clubs Working with Weak Lions Clubs Presentation Transcript

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    • m n RAJU Your 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 Attend cabinet meetings Attend multiple convention Interact with other district officers Install new office bearers Strengthen weak clubs Which one is the most primary duty of an RC?
    • m n RAJU
      • Review strengths & weaknesses of clubs
      • Identify existing & potential weak clubs
      • Create action plans to strengthen clubs
      Strengthening a Weak Club
    • m n RAJU
      • A Major Service Activity
      • A Major Fund Raising Project
      • Good Public Relations
      • Interesting Meetings
      • Team Spirit
      • Membership Development Plans
    • m n RAJU Good team spirit among members At least 40 members Interesting and well attended meetings Rich and well educated members At least one major service activity in a year Which three features signify a strong club?
    • m n RAJU
      • Members Leaving
      • No New Members
      • Poor Attendance
      • Lack of Enthusiasm/Pride
      • Payment Defaults
      • MM Report Defaults
    • m n RAJU No MM reports for the last two months Most members are illiterate women Members are uninterested 50% members are retired employees 30% of members left the club last year Which two features signify a weak club?
    • m n RAJU
      • Rate your home club on a scale of 1 to 10 on each of these parameters (1 is extremely weak and 10 is extremely strong):
        • A Major Service Activity
        • A Major Fund Raising Project
        • Good Public Relations
        • Interesting Meetings
        • Team Spirit
        • Membership Development Plans
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    • m n RAJU
        • How interesting are meetings?
        • Do meetings start/end on time?
        • What is the usual attendance?
        • Do members get communication?
    • m n RAJU
      • Membership development goal?
      • Members (%) left last year?
      • Members (%) joined last year?
      • Are new members indoctrinated?
      • Are new members involved?
      • Are members proud of the club?
    • m n RAJU
      • Any major service activities last year?
      • Are members involved in activities?
      • Does the club owe any payments?
      • Any major fund raising last year?
      • Are MM reports sent regularly?
      • How strong are its public relations?
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    • m n RAJU
      • Prepare priority list
      • Suggest suitable adjustments
      • Quick fix items to boost morale
      • Give time, effort & attention
      Action Plan – Minor Problems
    • m n RAJU
      • Develop a priority list
      • Give time, effort & attention
      • Involve DG, VDGs
      • Involve Sponsor Club
      • Use international support
      • Use Club Rebuilding Programme
      Action Plan – Major Problems
    • m n RAJU
      • to help strengthen weak clubs
      • to reactivate clubs canceled or in status quo
      • To Increase Membership : recruit and retain members - offers several key strategies.
      • To Strengthen Leadership : Lions Learning Center - offers useful courses on how to motivate members, develop effective teams, set goals etc.
      • To Support Meaningful Projects : Planning Projects section - offers a wealth of creative ideas for sight, youth, environment and other meaningful projects.
      • To Improve Club Management : club officer orientation program - provides training and guidance for each position.
      Action Plan – LCI Support
    • m n RAJU past 30 days past six months when DG recommends past 120 days past 90 days A Club which has an unpaid balance in excess of US$20 per member or US$1,000 per club, whichever is less, will be automatically suspended
    • m n RAJU Club Rebuilding Award
      • Presented to Lions who rebuild an existing club or reactivate a canceled or status quo club
      • To qualify, the club must
      • be in good standing for 12 months
      • have a minimum of 20 members
      • have initiated a new service project
      • file MM reports for 12 months
      • pay international dues in full
      • Send Reactivation Report
      • Club Rebuilding Award Requirements & Application
    • m n RAJU District Governor Extension Chairpersons & Guiding Lions First & Second Vice District Governors Club Rebuilding Lion Programme Which of these are useful resources to help weak clubs? Lions Learning Centre
    • m n RAJU Send your comments to [email_address] This slideshow is available at www.slideshare.net/lionnagaraju www.authorstream.com/tag/lionnagaraju