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WELCOME!Incoming Club Presidents       Workshop      Wednesday, 9 May 2012
Moderator:Dr. Anne L. Matthews,RI Director-elect
Our ObjectiveInspire new ideas for a VIBRANT Rotary club!
Meet the PanelistsIan Scott         Bill Ferreira   Ovidiu Cos
The Rotary  Foundation andFuture Vision Update       Ian Scott
Future Vision Plan Goals• Simplify programs and processes• Focus Rotarian service efforts• Support global and local effort...
Areas of FocusPeace and conflict prevention/resolutionDisease prevention and treatmentWater and sanitationMaternal and chi...
New Grant ModelRotary FoundationGlobal GrantsRotary FoundationDistrict Grants
Global Grants• Long-term projects• Larger grant awards• Sustainable outcomes• Alignment with areas of focus• World Fund ma...
District Grants• Educational and humanitarian activities consistent with  the mission• Single “block” grant  awarded annua...
Cycle Time ComparisonSubmission   Approval   Payment   Closure
Preparing for 2013-14• Align activities with the areas of focus• Use webinars and resource materials• Develop relationship...
Training Plan 2012-13• Training provided during   following meetings: –   GETS/Rotary institutes –   2013 International As...
What is the formula for success?• Shared - passion and action• Sustainability• Synergy in projects
Key Points• Polio is not over• Importance of your Club Chair• Ways to give  – What is 10% anyway?  – Know your members cap...
Workshop forIncoming Club Presidents        Leadership           And  Effective Rotary Clubs
Leadership As we look ahead into the next centuryleaders will be those who empower others                          ---- Bi...
Leadership Go to the people, learn from them             Live with them      Start with what they know       Build with wh...
LeadershipThe leaders who work most effectively never say “I”.              And that’s not because     they have trained t...
Traits of a Good Rotary Leader
Traits of a Good Rotary Leader
Traits of a Good Rotary Leader
Key Rotary Facts• Rotarians contribute more than any other non-  government entity to the welfare of human beings• Among o...
Traits of a Good Rotary LeaderReaching out to Serve Others•   Lead by example•   Board•   Members•   Show passion•   Lead ...
Traits of a Good Rotary LeaderDelivering Results
Traits of a Good Rotary LeaderLeave the club in better shape  than you inherited it!
Effective Rotary ClubsPlanning Guide for Effective Rotary ClubsYour Roadmap to a year of EXCELLENCE!
Effective Rotary ClubsKey Elements in the Planning Guide• Membership• Foundation• Service Projects• Leadership Development...
Effective Rotary ClubsService projects               Action Plan•   Rotary Youth Exchange•   Interact Club•   Rotaract Clu...
Effective Rotary ClubsLeadership Development              Action Plan•   District Assembly•   District Rotary Foundation S...
Effective Rotary Clubs  Public Relations              Action Plan• Internet: Social Media —  Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin• ...
Effective Rotary ClubsClub Administration              Action Plan•   Board Meetings•   Club Budget•   Club Assemblies•   ...
Key take-aways1. Be yourself2. Take nothing for granted3. Do your homework. Stay focused. Remember you   are a Rotary lead...
John Quincy AdamsIf your actions inspire others to dream more,   learn more, do more and become more,               You ar...
Workshop forIncoming Club PresidentsRegional Membership Plans
Rotary International -Doing good in the world  Imagini cu rotarieni nin actiune
Did you know?    157,000
We need new members•   Ensure Rotary’s future•   Bring in new ideas•   Allow more opportunities to serve•   Enable Rotary ...
Who has the responsibilityto build our Membership ?     We all do!
1.3 million by 2015
A Regional Approach
Regional Membership Plan•   Background & Scope•   Regional opportunities and challenges•   Action Plans•   Potential strat...
Defining the regional issues      and challenges
Action Plans
R I President Elect Sakuji Tanakamessage to the Presidents-elect.“I encourage you to use the strategies andtools, we will ...
Strategies• Revitalize your club!• Promote diversity• Reengaging former members and club  participants• Public awareness a...
New Generations is the  Future of Rotary
•   Club Benefits•   Multi generations•   Benefits in diversity•   Value of membership•   Create a flexible hospitable atm...
•   Project diversity•   Member input•   Rotary knowledge•   Embracing technology•   Relationships & Fellowship•   Inspira...
t    What we feel ?
Perception – reality in our eyes
Perception of ourself
Why concern ourselves with  branding ?• The world has changed• This means more competition for  members, contributors and ...
What exactly is a brand?• Brand is an enduring concept that answers the  most fundamental questions at the heart of an  or...
What progress have we  made?• Revitalization truly got underway last  September with the selection of International  brand...
What are the next steps ?• Revitalization process includes six phases-two  years to complete• Revitalization process will ...
What is the key?• Rotary has the strengths necessary to succeed• Audience want what Rotary offers. We just need  to help t...
Thank you very much for your attention!
Questions?
Thank you!Incoming Club Presidents       Workshop
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  1. 1. WELCOME!Incoming Club Presidents Workshop Wednesday, 9 May 2012
  2. 2. Moderator:Dr. Anne L. Matthews,RI Director-elect
  3. 3. Our ObjectiveInspire new ideas for a VIBRANT Rotary club!
  4. 4. Meet the PanelistsIan Scott Bill Ferreira Ovidiu Cos
  5. 5. The Rotary Foundation andFuture Vision Update Ian Scott
  6. 6. Future Vision Plan Goals• Simplify programs and processes• Focus Rotarian service efforts• Support global and local efforts• Increase sense of ownership at the district and club levels• Enhance Rotary’s public image
  7. 7. Areas of FocusPeace and conflict prevention/resolutionDisease prevention and treatmentWater and sanitationMaternal and child healthBasic education and literacyEconomic and community development
  8. 8. New Grant ModelRotary FoundationGlobal GrantsRotary FoundationDistrict Grants
  9. 9. Global Grants• Long-term projects• Larger grant awards• Sustainable outcomes• Alignment with areas of focus• World Fund match• Two options: club- and district-developed and packaged
  10. 10. District Grants• Educational and humanitarian activities consistent with the mission• Single “block” grant awarded annually• Smaller activities and projects• Fund both local or international activities• Local decision making with broad guidelines
  11. 11. Cycle Time ComparisonSubmission Approval Payment Closure
  12. 12. Preparing for 2013-14• Align activities with the areas of focus• Use webinars and resource materials• Develop relationship with pilot district• Build district Rotary Foundation committee• Stay updated on grant reporting• Start planning for grant management training and qualification
  13. 13. Training Plan 2012-13• Training provided during following meetings: – GETS/Rotary institutes – 2013 International Assembly – PETS – District assemblies – Grant management seminars• All training manuals fully integrated
  14. 14. What is the formula for success?• Shared - passion and action• Sustainability• Synergy in projects
  15. 15. Key Points• Polio is not over• Importance of your Club Chair• Ways to give – What is 10% anyway? – Know your members capacity – a private discussion• Governance – attention to detail and wanting to get it right
  16. 16. Workshop forIncoming Club Presidents Leadership And Effective Rotary Clubs
  17. 17. Leadership As we look ahead into the next centuryleaders will be those who empower others ---- Bill Gates
  18. 18. Leadership Go to the people, learn from them Live with them Start with what they know Build with what they haveThe best of leaders when the job is done When the task is accomplished, The people will say, We have done it ourselves ---Lao Tzu
  19. 19. LeadershipThe leaders who work most effectively never say “I”. And that’s not because they have trained themselves not to say ‘I” they don’t think “I”. They think “We” they think “Team”. That is what creates Trust. what enables you to get the task done. ---Peter Drucker
  20. 20. Traits of a Good Rotary Leader
  21. 21. Traits of a Good Rotary Leader
  22. 22. Traits of a Good Rotary Leader
  23. 23. Key Rotary Facts• Rotarians contribute more than any other non- government entity to the welfare of human beings• Among our members are some of the leading figures of the world• Since 1947, Rotarians have contributed over $2.9 billion to do good in this world• Rotary has committed more than $1 billion to global polio eradication
  24. 24. Traits of a Good Rotary LeaderReaching out to Serve Others• Lead by example• Board• Members• Show passion• Lead with your heart and your head
  25. 25. Traits of a Good Rotary LeaderDelivering Results
  26. 26. Traits of a Good Rotary LeaderLeave the club in better shape than you inherited it!
  27. 27. Effective Rotary ClubsPlanning Guide for Effective Rotary ClubsYour Roadmap to a year of EXCELLENCE!
  28. 28. Effective Rotary ClubsKey Elements in the Planning Guide• Membership• Foundation• Service Projects• Leadership Development• Public Relations• Club Administration
  29. 29. Effective Rotary ClubsService projects Action Plan• Rotary Youth Exchange• Interact Club• Rotaract Club• Rotary Youth Leadership Awards(RYLA)• Friendship Exchange• World Community Service• Local Community Service
  30. 30. Effective Rotary ClubsLeadership Development Action Plan• District Assembly• District Rotary Foundation Seminar• District Membership Seminar• District Leadership Seminar• District Conference• PETS• ABCs of Rotary• Club Make-Ups
  31. 31. Effective Rotary Clubs Public Relations Action Plan• Internet: Social Media — Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin• TV• Radio• Print• Service Projects
  32. 32. Effective Rotary ClubsClub Administration Action Plan• Board Meetings• Club Budget• Club Assemblies• Club Strategic Plan• Member Access• Club Weekly Bulletin• Club Website• Club Weekly Program• Club Fellowship Activities
  33. 33. Key take-aways1. Be yourself2. Take nothing for granted3. Do your homework. Stay focused. Remember you are a Rotary leader4. Always plan your weekly meeting in advance.5. Consult your Board regularly.6. Listen and learn with your team members7. Thank them again and again.8. Keep your spouse/significant other informed9. Don’t think “I”. Think “We”. Think Team.10.Have FUN!
  34. 34. John Quincy AdamsIf your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, You are a leader.
  35. 35. Workshop forIncoming Club PresidentsRegional Membership Plans
  36. 36. Rotary International -Doing good in the world Imagini cu rotarieni nin actiune
  37. 37. Did you know? 157,000
  38. 38. We need new members• Ensure Rotary’s future• Bring in new ideas• Allow more opportunities to serve• Enable Rotary to do more• Develop new leaders
  39. 39. Who has the responsibilityto build our Membership ? We all do!
  40. 40. 1.3 million by 2015
  41. 41. A Regional Approach
  42. 42. Regional Membership Plan• Background & Scope• Regional opportunities and challenges• Action Plans• Potential strategies
  43. 43. Defining the regional issues and challenges
  44. 44. Action Plans
  45. 45. R I President Elect Sakuji Tanakamessage to the Presidents-elect.“I encourage you to use the strategies andtools, we will offer into district’s plans and workto incorporate the regional goals andstrategies into your club plans.”
  46. 46. Strategies• Revitalize your club!• Promote diversity• Reengaging former members and club participants• Public awareness and social media• Focus on youth• Increasing services opportunities and projects for members• Improving outreach and communication to meet expectations of young generation
  47. 47. New Generations is the Future of Rotary
  48. 48. • Club Benefits• Multi generations• Benefits in diversity• Value of membership• Create a flexible hospitable atmosphere• Facilitate learning from each other• Relevant branding and topics• Inclusive• Engagement
  49. 49. • Project diversity• Member input• Rotary knowledge• Embracing technology• Relationships & Fellowship• Inspirational• Assessment• Vision• New clubs, E clubs• Change
  50. 50. t What we feel ?
  51. 51. Perception – reality in our eyes
  52. 52. Perception of ourself
  53. 53. Why concern ourselves with branding ?• The world has changed• This means more competition for members, contributors and strategic partners
  54. 54. What exactly is a brand?• Brand is an enduring concept that answers the most fundamental questions at the heart of an organization• Revitalization is Rotary’s turn to focus• The aim is to get back to Rotary’s roots, clarify and focus our messages
  55. 55. What progress have we made?• Revitalization truly got underway last September with the selection of International branding agency Siegel+Gale• Since their selection,Rotary has been working closely with Siegel + Gale on a extensive program of global research
  56. 56. What are the next steps ?• Revitalization process includes six phases-two years to complete• Revitalization process will develop and validate a brand strategy,create and test messaging and identity• Finaly we will put into action a global implementation plan designed to respect our diverse cultures
  57. 57. What is the key?• Rotary has the strengths necessary to succeed• Audience want what Rotary offers. We just need to help them understand• Research showed a strong desire for change within the Rotary organization• Club presidents are the key! It all happens at the club.
  58. 58. Thank you very much for your attention!
  59. 59. Questions?
  60. 60. Thank you!Incoming Club Presidents Workshop

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