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Leading Your Club to Greatness: 2017-18 Club Presidents

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What’s your path to success? Join your fellow presidentselect and Rotary leaders as we exchange experiences and
ideas to help accelerate clubs toward a successful year. Scale
up to greatness as we share a common vision and motivation
for the coming year and beyond.

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Leading Your Club to Greatness: 2017-18 Club Presidents

  1. 1. Leading Your Club to Greatness 2017-18 Presidents-Elect 13 June 2017
  2. 2. Chris Etienne Rotary Coordinator Zone 29
  3. 3. ROTARY STRATEGIC PLAN FELLOWSHIP INTEGRITY DIVERSITY SERVICE LEADERSHIP
  4. 4. SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN CLUBS
  5. 5. FOCUS AND INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE
  6. 6. 7 “… Thanks to PolioPlus, the world discovered Rotary, and Rotarians discovered themselves!” – Kalyan Banerjee
  7. 7. ENHANCE PUBLIC IMAGE AND AWARENESS
  8. 8. JOINING LEADERS EXCHANGING IDEAS TAKING ACTION
  9. 9. 10 THE IMPACT BEGINS WITH YOU
  10. 10. INCLUSIVE MEMBERSHIP STRONG CLUBS
  11. 11. Geeta Manek Rotary Coordinator Zone 20A
  12. 12. Assessing Your Club
  13. 13. Communication What? Who? How? Why?
  14. 14. Engaging Members
  15. 15. Engaging Members
  16. 16. Fun Club Activities and Family of Rotary
  17. 17. Flexibility
  18. 18. Conclusion
  19. 19. Resources Club flexibility Connect for Good Connect to Membership Leads Creating a Positive Experience for Prospective Members Discover Rotary (.ppt) How to Manage Membership Leads (for Clubs) Introducing New Members to Rotary: An Orientation Guide Lead Your Club: Membership Committee Proposing New Members Membership Assessment Tools Membership Minute newsletter New Member Welcome Kit (available for purchase) Prospective Member brochure: Impact Begins With You (available for purchase) Rotary Club Health Check Strengthening Your Membership: Creating Your Membership Development Plan
  20. 20. THE ROTARY FOUNDATION
  21. 21. J. Richard Churchman Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator Zone 31
  22. 22. The Rotary Foundation Know your members Understand their skill sets Learn their passions Take a Club Survey
  23. 23. The Rotary Foundation
  24. 24. The Rotary Foundation • My Rotary • Rotary Club Central (RCC) • Set Goals • Accurately Convey the Message
  25. 25. The Rotary Foundation Know Your Resources
  26. 26. The Rotary Foundation Rotary Support Center Rotary Voices Rotary Videos Rotary Foundation Facts Rotary Learning Center Rotary Foundation Basics Presentation Rotary Foundation Reference Guide
  27. 27. The Rotary Foundation PolioPlus Rotary Peace Fellowships Grants Rotary Alumni Foundation Giving Recognition Awards Foundation Recognition Points Foundation Awards General Resources
  28. 28. The Rotary Foundation
  29. 29. Service Projects Projects - Local - Global Funding - District Block Grant - District Designated Funds
  30. 30. Service Projects Where to find ideas - Rotary Showcase Indirect Benefits - Membership - Public Image
  31. 31. ENERGIZE YOUR PUBLIC IMAGE
  32. 32. Alberto Cecchini Past District Governor
  33. 33. Pubic Relations Club Committee Role and Responsibilities When a Rotary club has a positive public image, current members are motivated to be active, and prospective members are eager to join. Role and Responsibilities - Promote the club’s projects and activities - Promote a positive image - Enhance club activities for media appeal - Promote club in the context of Rotary’s values
  34. 34. Key Points  Rotary is a global network of volunteers  Rotary’s top priority is to eradicate polio  Rotary builds peace and international understanding through education and humanitarian service and by connecting young leaders
  35. 35. Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to tackling the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. 1.2 Million
  36. 36. 99%Rotary’s top goal is to end polio worldwide
  37. 37. Rotary builds peace and understanding through education, humanitarian service, and by connecting young leaders.
  38. 38. Tips • Know your local media • Write a press release that journalists want to read • Tailor your message to your audience • Prepare an outline of topics you want to include • Practice your address and time it
  39. 39. • Resources and References • Tools • Rotary Support
  40. 40. SESSION ACTIVITY
  41. 41. Session Activity • Support and strengthen clubs • Focus and increase humanitarian service • Enhance public image and awareness
  42. 42. Session Activity How will your club support one of these strategic goals in your year as president?
  43. 43. SHARE YOUR STORY
  44. 44. Questions? Geeta Manek J. Richard Churchman Alberto Cecchini
  45. 45. This presentation and others from throughout the convention are available through the convention mobile app and on SlideShare at www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_International.
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