IYC12 - Membership Attraction

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IYC12 - Membership Attraction

  1. 1. MEMBERSHIP RETENTION AND ATTRACTION. Ways of attracting members.
  2. 2. VOLUNTEERISM It means giving your time, talent and treasure without expecting anything in return.I.Y.C. Presentation
  3. 3. REASON FOR JOINING Y’S YOUTH.1. Personal development & growth2. Opportunities to develop leadership3. Friendship4. Network development5. Fun & entertainment6. Community service7. Development of ethics8. Cultural awareness9. Opportunity to serve10. TravelI.Y.C. Presentation
  4. 4.  Sources for members Internal - universities, family, friends, neighbors. External - organized gatherings walk place, referrals, church & mosques.  Membership recruitment cyclePerspective prospect potential member Diehard members  Signs of quality Members-Integrity active/ proactive-Responsible - People with new ideas-Truthful -community service orientedI.Y.C. Presentation
  5. 5. ROLES OF Y’SYOUTH INRETENTION OFMEMBERS
  6. 6. 1. LEADERSHIP
  7. 7. WAAL, WHO CARES!!??“Without good leadership an organisation will go where the tide takes it and they will cast along the shoreline like the float some and jet some of our society.” (Martin Luther King)
  8. 8. DEFINITIONAbility and willingness to manage the affairs of an organisation by delegation or use of (self and) others
  9. 9. ROLES OF LEADERSHIP Establishing a good relationship and with members Setting goals, and targets Fostering Trust, fairness and ethics Mentorship (new &old members) Ensure opportunities & representation by all members is maintained Inspire, encourage and recognize contributions
  10. 10. TAKE THE INITIATIVE
  11. 11. TAKE THE INITIATIVE…Take the first step in conducting surveys,questionnaire’s and analysis of the clubMake decisions when need beInvite new and do follow up on current membersBelieve in God’s favour upon you
  12. 12. BE OPTIMISTIC
  13. 13. BE OPTIMISTIC …You carry the mantle for the club/DistrictNever give upPersevere
  14. 14. 2. ADMINISTRATIVEFUNCTIONSCommunicationMeetingsTrainingsManagement of:-Service Directors-other Club Officers (executive)
  15. 15. 3. POLICY INTERPRETATIONConstitutionBy lawsAdministrative and disciplinary matters
  16. 16. OUR VISION, MISSION,EXTERNAL AFFAIRS ARE YOU CLEAR ABOUT MANY ASPECTS OF Y’s YOUTH
  17. 17. 4. TEAM WORK
  18. 18. TEAM WORK… Believe in collective responsibility (don’t obligate) Delegate Believe in people that they can change and help others to change “we are in it together” Get Involved with the y’s men in club training’s and activities
  19. 19. 5. TRAININGREORIENTATION AND MOTIVATIONOF MEMBERS
  20. 20. 6. EFFECTIVECOMMUNICATION Your reputation is at STAKE! The Y’s men are part of the communication cycle
  21. 21. EFFECTIVECOMMUNICATION…Clear instructions about the overall direction of the club/districtBe ‘wise’ in your communicationChoice of words (servant - served relationship)
  22. 22. 7. MANAGING BUDGETSDevelop Strategic plansDevelop Action plansMobilise funds/partnershipsMonitor and evaluate expenditure
  23. 23. 8. MONITORING ANDEVALUTIONGive direction in this area, through team workReflect on the growth, extension and revitalisation aspects
  24. 24. WHO AM I, WHAT AM IDOING?
  25. 25. OUR VISION, OUR MISSION, ILEAD I AM CLEAR, AM NOT ALONE: LEADERSHIP, POLICY, ADMIN, TEAM WORK, COMMUNICATION, STRATEGIC PLANNING, BUDGETING.
  26. 26. SUSTAINABILITY OF CLUBS 3 KEY THINGS Constant recruitment constant/ regular training retention of old members
  27. 27. 3.CLUB MANAGEMENTClub drivers CP (Club President) CS (Club Secretary) CT (Club Treasurer) CSD (community service Director) Members – drive members remember Y’s dom is about service.Duties CP - Leads the club. Therefore must have good command of the movement, good communication skills. He/ she should be present at the meetings CS – coordinates club meetings. Takes minutes and circulates the same to the members. Keeps all records of the meetings/ activities. Notifies members through email and phone about upcoming activities. Keeps a visitor books/ contacts. CT- keeps upgraded accounts of all the club activities. Ensure that all dues are paid if any. Important to have monthly subscriptions to cater for teas/ snacks CSD – absential in running of the club apart from regular meetings cs activities should be planned well in advance so that they work with the CT to raise budget.I.Y.C. Presentation
  28. 28. QUALITIES OF A STRONG CLUB Quality membership through; - Representation of different professionals ,races/ faith(dynamism) - Enjoyment of fellowship, voluntary work are service oriented, sociable and responsible - Good consistent stewardship by transfer of leadershipI.Y.C. Presentation
  29. 29. QUALITIES OF A STRONG CLUB. Interesting programmes/ activities not just having them but also attending locally /internationally Regular training/ regular meetings Update payment of dues Effective communication Realistic and achievable objectives Full commitment Seasonal election each club has its communicationI.Y.C. Presentation
  30. 30. QUOTES FOR YOUR TAKING “People who value there privileges/status more than they value their principles loose both (Eisenhower- Former Us president) “ “Coming together is a beginning, working together is progress but remaining together is success (Henry Ford) “ “ It’s not the strength not the wisest creature that survives but the one that adopts to change. “

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