Presentation on Club Leadership Plan

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Presentation by DG Bill Macfarlane-Smith on the implementation of the Club Leadership Plan (CLP) within District 1010 Scotland North

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Presentation on Club Leadership Plan

  1. 1. District 1010
  2. 2. Club Leadership Plan Recommended Administrative Structure for Rotary Clubs
  3. 3. Content • Purpose • What is it? • History so far • Progress So Far • Why Change • What it offers • What the plan suggests • The key aspects • Implementation
  4. 4. Purpose of my talk… M aim is to provide you w som idea of: y ith e • Key aspects of Club Leadership Plan • Understanding of key points • Understanding of the process • Confidence to pursue it in your club
  5. 5. What is it? • A process of change • Respects the Four Avenues of Service • Value of strong Club administration • Suggests different focus
  6. 6. History … • District Leadership Plan • Results not obvious to all Rotarians • Included a key decision Trial of w has nowbecom know as hat e n The Club Le ade rs hip Plan
  7. 7. Progress so far • 2001-2005 trials throughout the World • 2006 Rotary formally introduced the Plan • Made information available to all Rotarians • Promoted the benefits
  8. 8. Why change ? • Rotary has grown in size, status and impact • Success requires continuity • We must enjoy what we do • All Rotarians must encourage participation
  9. 9. What it offers… • Implementation of long-range planning • Simplify your Committee structure • Involve all of your Club members
  10. 10. What the Plan suggests… • Sustain and increase membership • Implement successful service projects • Support The Rotary Foundation • Develop leaders beyond Club level
  11. 11. What the Plan suggests… A healthy Rotary Club is a successful one • Retains existing members • Great shop window for new members • Members engaged in projects of choice • Implement successful service projects
  12. 12. What the Plan suggests… A successful Rotary Club is one that: • Develops long-range goals • Sets annual goals • Involves all Members in planning process • Ensures that every member is active in a Club project or function
  13. 13. Proposed Club Structure Based on the Four Avenues of Service
  14. 14. Effective clubs are able to S us tain Imple me nt De ve lo p S uppo rt and S uc c e s s ful Le ade rs The Ro tary Inc re as e S e rvic e Be yo nd the Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Pro je c ts Club Le ve l Club Leadership Plan Four Avenues of Service
  15. 15. Recommended Standing Committees Club Co unc il Adminis tratio n Public S e rvic e Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Re latio ns Pro je c ts Atte ndanc e Public Clas s ific atio ns Co mmunity S e rvic e Alumni Re latio ns Club Bulle tin Me mbe rs hip Inte rnatio nal Annual Giving Marke ting S e rvic e Club S e rvic e Me mbe rs hip De v Grants Vo c atio nal S e rvic e Fe llo ws hip Me nto ring GS E Yo uth S e rvic e Mag azine Ro tary Pe rmane nt Info rmatio n Enviro nme ntal Fund Pro g ram S c ho lars hips He alth & S afe ty Po lio Plus *Additional com ittees can be appointed as needed on an annual basis m
  16. 16. Recommended Standing Committees Club Co unc il Adminis tratio n Public S e rvic e Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Re latio ns Pro je c ts Public Me mbe rs hip Dis tric t The Ro tary As s is tant Re latio ns De ve lo pme nt Pro g rams Fo undatio n Go ve rno rs Te am Te am Te am Te am District support of the Club Leadership Plan *Additional committees can be appointed as needed on an annual basis
  17. 17. Effective clubs are able to S us tain Imple me nt De ve lo p S uppo rt and S uc c e s s ful Le ade rs The Ro tary Inc re as e S e rvic e Be yo nd the Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Pro je c ts Club Le ve l Club Leadership Plan Four Avenues of Service
  18. 18. Membership An Action Plan for membership growth “ em M bership m be a ust part of all that w do” e
  19. 19. What are elements of an Action Plan? • Commitment • Establish an “Identity” • Target prospective members • Attract them!!
  20. 20. Make Rotary Enjoyable • Weekly Meeting • Fellowship Activities • Community Service Projects
  21. 21. Share everything that w do w e ith non Rotarians: • Weekly Meeting • Fellowship Activities • Community Service Projects
  22. 22. Explaining Rotary • In 3 minutes! • Facts or feelings • Statistics or stories
  23. 23. Effective clubs are able to S us tain Imple me nt De ve lo p S uppo rt and S uc c e s s ful Le ade rs The Ro tary Inc re as e S e rvic e Be yo nd the Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Pro je c ts Club Le ve l Club Leadership Plan Four Avenues of Service
  24. 24. Implementing successful projects that address the needs of your community and communities in other countries What does this mean?
  25. 25. Implementing successful projects • Vocational • Youth • International • Community
  26. 26. Existing programmes and projects Youth • RYLA • Rotary International Youth Exchange • Euroscola • Challenge Enterprise • Youth Speaks • Young Chef • Inter School Debating
  27. 27. Existing programmes and projects Vocational • Vocational Visits • Business Ethics Award International • Water Aid • Sight Savers Community • Various local community projects
  28. 28. Successful Service projects How can one committee complete all these projects? • Planning • Structure – sub committees • Commitment • Involvement
  29. 29. What are the Benefits to the club? • Choose what you want to do • Spread the load • Use the expertise within the club • Mix the projects to have fun
  30. 30. Effective clubs are able to S us tain Imple me nt De ve lo p S uppo rt and S uc c e s s ful Le ade rs The Ro tary Inc re as e S e rvic e Be yo nd the Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Pro je c ts Club Le ve l Club Leadership Plan Four Avenues of Service
  31. 31. The Club Leadership Plan is the opportunity to put the Rotary Foundation in its rightful place within the Club
  32. 32. The CLP Philosophy • Set annual goals • Develop a long term plan (2-3 years) • Get m bership buy-in em
  33. 33. How well do you think that your members understand the aims and outcomes of The Rotary Foundation?
  34. 34. What is your Club currently doing to promote The Rotary Foundation?
  35. 35. Remember – the CLP philosophy! • Annual Goals • Development of longer term plans • Membership buy-in • Promote and Manage • Use your District Foundation Expert
  36. 36. Effective clubs are able to S us tain Imple me nt De ve lo p S uppo rt and S uc c e s s ful Le ade rs The Ro tary Inc re as e S e rvic e Be yo nd the Fo undatio n Me mbe rs hip Pro je c ts Club Le ve l Club Leadership Plan Four Avenues of Service
  37. 37. Developing effective leaders is vital for Rotary’s survival ! • For the health of your club • To enable your club’ service to its s com unity m • For the health of District 1010 • For the long-term survival of Rotary!
  38. 38. So … How will we develop our members to become leaders?
  39. 39. Club’s role • Provide opportunities • Involve all members • Support and encourage • Educate and train • Foster continuity of leadership • Nurture
  40. 40. Questions

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