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Service Projects: Is What You Are Doing Worth It?

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The service continuum goes from nice to important to
essential. Too often clubs do nice projects because they
haven’t developed effective criteria for determining what
they should do. This interactive session will demonstrate the
process of reviewing current and potential service projects,
identifying criteria, and prioritizing them. You can use
this procedure on committees, at board meetings, or with
the club as a whole. Get ready for serious conversations on
practical matters and ethical issues, with some great tools
for discussion and engagement.

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Service Projects: Is What You Are Doing Worth It?

  1. 1. SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT? Presenter: Randall Feldman Governor, District 6840 June, 2017
  2. 2. Introductions SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  3. 3. Scope of Service SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  4. 4. Your Favorite Service Project SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  5. 5. The Service Continuum SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  6. 6. The Service Continuum Nice Important Essential SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  7. 7. Warm-up Exercise SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  8. 8. Rotary Club of Atlanta Centennial SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  9. 9. The Rotary Club of Atlanta Centennial 1. Criteria 2. Set Priorities 3. Rank Priorities 4. Rate Priorities SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  10. 10. Ideal Projects and Your Projects SERVICE PROJECTS: IS WHAT YOU ARE DOING WORTH IT?
  11. 11. Remember “Service Above Self,” But Be Sure The Service Is Worth It.
  12. 12. This presentation and others from throughout the Convention are available through the Convention mobile app and on SlideShare at: www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_Internatio nal.
  13. 13. Rate this session in the Rotary Events app, available in your Apple or Android app store.

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