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Transform! How to Lead Clubs and Districts to Be Irresistible

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Ready to lead your Rotary team in new directions, but not sure how or where to start? Gain a deeper understanding of how to help your club or district transform itself for the future. Using practical tools, you will begin to develop strategies that inspire people to achieve Rotary’s dynamic new priorities.

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Transform! How to Lead Clubs and Districts to Be Irresistible

  1. 1. TRANSFORM! How to Lead Clubs and Districts to be Irresistible TRANSFORM! How to Lead Clubs and Districts to be Irresistible
  2. 2. TITLE | 2 • https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=15Z5nsyLDbE Part 1 – Alex - video Monty Python 100yd dash for those with no sense of direction 1 min
  3. 3. TITLE | 3 Planning for success
  4. 4. TITLE | 4 The VRPM Continuum sion, Relationships, Projects, Management) Copyright 2001, George Bullard Adapted by Jack Tahoma VRP M vRP M vrPM vrp M VRP m VRp m Vrpm HEALTH TIME
  5. 5. TITLE | 5 Set the Direction of Travel
  6. 6. TITLE | 6 Lead for Impact Engagement Agility and Adaptability Diversity and Inclusion • Plans, systems & processes • The right people doing the right things • Members involved, inspired & drawn to service • Innovation • Flexibility • Creativity • Experimentation • Membership reflects the community • Difference welcome What innovative changes will support the way we want to be known? LEAD Priorities
  7. 7. TITLE | 7 The CIRLE Questionnaire – an Example from a Transformed Club Section A: Leading for Impact 1 2 3 4 We have a strategic plan that includes priorities for growth which we review annually. Members of the leadership team are familiar with and focussed on these priorities. Leadership positions have clear role descriptions and are occupied by people with the right skills and talents for the roles. Leaders function effectively as a team, putting district priorities ahead of personal interests. We offer orientation and mentorship support to newer leaders. We support them to become involved in activities where their contributions can have the best impact. To ensure that we have consistency and continuity in addressing our priorities, we involve current, past and future leaders in collaborative decision making. We have a clear and effective succession plan for leadership roles. We actively pursue training opportunities that help leadership team members enhance their Rotary - and professional - leadership skills. Total Section A: Add up all the 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s and indicate the total out of 20. ____ of 20
  8. 8. TITLE | 8 Your Toolbox 1. Can be used in your club, a group of clubs or your district 2. The 4 key questions 1. What do we do? 2. Who do we do it for? 3. Why do we do it? 4. How should we be known? 3. LEAD Dashboard … Move the needle 4. Facilitation approach
  9. 9. TITLE | 9 Flamingo Challenge
  10. 10. TITLE | 10 Have COURAGE! Your first effort might not work! That’s ok… try again… and then try again…
  11. 11. TITLE | 11 Not feeling like a flamingo? Fake it til you make it.
  12. 12. TITLE | 12 Leading for Impact Section A 1 2 3 4 We have a strategic plan with priorities we review annually. Club members are familiar with these priorities and are focused on making an impact on ourselves, our community and across the globe.         Key club positions have clear role descriptions and are occupied by people with a strong sense of purpose, the right skills and talents for the roles.         We offer orientation and mentorship support to newer members. We support them, and all other members, to become involved in activities where their contributions can have an impact.         To ensure that we have consistency and continuity in addressing our priorities, we involve current, past and future leaders in collaborative decision making. We have a clear succession plan for key roles.         We actively pursue opportunities that help our members enhance their professional and leadership skills.         Total Section A: Add up all the 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s and indicate the total out of 20. ____ of 20
  13. 13. TITLE | 13 Engagement Section B 1 2 3 4         Most of our members are well informed, enthusiastic about and engaged in club efforts and have meaningful opportunities to bring their own passions to the club.         Most members enthusiastically share their involvement in our club with non-Rotarians and regularly invite prospective members to join and/or to participate in activities with us.         Our meetings, social events and projects are well-organized, well attended and fun! People are keen to participate and feel energized by their contributions.         We make recognition and appreciation of our members a priority. There are a variety of ways in which we show we care about each other, especially by following the Four Way Test in all of our interactions.         Members’ families and friends are supportive of – and often involved in – club activities. Children and others are welcome to participate in many of these activities.         Total Section B: Add up all the 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s and indicate the total out of 20. ____ of 20
  14. 14. TITLE | 14 Agility and Adaptability Section C 1 2 3 4 We have a variety of ways for members to be involved that match their ability to contribute. Most of our members step forward, are prepared to take responsibility and share their resources so that a small group of people does not do all the work.         Our club tries new things (activities, meeting practices and formats, service, socials, etc.) to enrich members’ experiences. We effectively balance innovative new ways with our important traditions.         Our club invites Rotaractors, Interactors, and Youth Exchange students to participate in our activities. We intentionally seek, and are prepared to act on, their input about our priorities and projects.         Our club culture is inclusive and does not tolerate inappropriate language or humour and does not accept negative behaviours (e.g. bullying, shaming, blaming, etc.).         We have an ongoing process for soliciting feedback from members and we respond appropriately to what we learn – we change what isn’t working.         Total Section C: Add up all the 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s and indicate the total out of 20. ____ of 20
  15. 15. TITLE | 15 Diversity Section D 1 2 3 4 Our membership reflects the diversity of our community (e.g., gender, age, education, profession, ethnicity and more). We intentionally strive to be attractive in ways that support increased diversity and reach.         We make it a priority for our members to share their varying cultural and professional backgrounds so we can increase our impact.         Our projects and activities recognize the unique generational, cultural, social and professional needs of our members. This includes their time and financial resources.         The ways in which we do things evolve and are appropriate for the diversity of our current membership as well for those we would like to attract.         We consult community members and leaders to determine needs before choosing a project. We actively seek partnership opportunities so that we can have the greatest possible impact and reach.         Total Section D: Add up all the 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s and indicate the total out of 20. ____ of 20

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