Rotary 5910 District Team Training

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Webinar content from the Rotary 5910 District Team Training (Feb 2012) -- for Assistant Governors & Committee Chairs

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Rotary 5910 District Team Training

  1. 1. Rotary District 5910 Kent Hutchison District Team Training Seminar February 28, 2012
  2. 2. Control PanelNote: if you’re having problems withaudio – please type a message in the Question Box located at bottom of Control Panel
  3. 3. Assistant Governors DGE Brenda Walker Your Role and Responsibilities
  4. 4. District
  5. 5. Sakuji Tanaka RI President
  6. 6. Attend District Meetings
  7. 7. Identify Future District Leaders
  8. 8. Assisting the District Governor
  9. 9. Quarterly Visits to your Clubs
  10. 10. Club Responsibilities
  11. 11. Stay in touch
  12. 12. Club Responsibilities• Assist with goals
  13. 13. Monitor Progress and Problems
  14. 14. Promote ClubLeadership Plan
  15. 15. Promote attendance at meetingsPromote attendance at meetings
  16. 16. ReportingReporting
  17. 17. Year EndYear End
  18. 18. Peace thruService
  19. 19. Resources
  20. 20. Thoughts (tips) from previous AGs
  21. 21. Assistant Governor Roles & Responsibilities Questions
  22. 22. Thank you for attending theDistrict 5910 AG Training session FUTURE ROTARIAN My Grandma’s Shameless
  23. 23. Brenda WalkerDistrict 5910 Governor 2012-2013 903-731-6309 Office 903-731-2486 Cell BRENDA.WALKER@ONCOR.COM
  24. 24. Part 2 Begins at 8 p.m. Rotary District 5910District Team Training Seminar Part 2 – Communication / Committee Responsibilities February 28, 2012
  25. 25. Rotary District 5910 Kent HutchisonDistrict Team Training Seminar Part 2 – Communication / Committee Responsibilities February 28, 2012
  26. 26. Control PanelNote: If you’re having problems withaudio – please type a message in the Question Box located at bottom of Control Panel.
  27. 27. “A district…shall exist solely to help the individualRotary club advance the Object of Rotary.” ~ Manual of Procedure
  28. 28. Committee ChairsYour Role and Responsibilities
  29. 29. The committee chair is theCHAMPION(or chief organizer) of the committee
  30. 30. Elements of Effective Clubs  Sustain & increase membership  Successful service projects  Support The Rotary Foundation  Develop club leaders beyond the club level
  31. 31. Communicating with Clubs
  32. 32. KeyRelationships
  33. 33. Relationships are Key
  34. 34. Communicate Relationships are Key with other Committees
  35. 35. Meet Regularly Relationships are Key (even virtually if necessary)
  36. 36. Develop Best Relationships are Key Practice Strategies
  37. 37. CommunicationTools Available
  38. 38. CommunicatioDistric n with Clubs tWebsi
  39. 39. DistrictCommunication with Clubs Website
  40. 40. CommunicationDistrict with ClubsMeetin gs
  41. 41. Governor’sCommunication with Clubs Newsletter
  42. 42. CommunicationAssistant with ClubsGoverno rs
  43. 43. Direct Message Communication with Clubs to Club President
  44. 44. Communication with Visit to Clubs Clubs
  45. 45. CommunicatioSocial n with ClubsMedia
  46. 46. Resources
  47. 47. When Your Year is Finished
  48. 48. Committee Chair Roles & Responsibilities Questions
  49. 49. Communicatio nOur Role and Responsibilities
  50. 50. What is the purpose and essence of communication?
  51. 51. The accurate transfer of information fromone person to another.
  52. 52. Ask your audience what is their preferred method for receiving information.
  53. 53. Share information shamelessly
  54. 54. Utilize Rotary International (RI) and District resources
  55. 55. Have a written communication plan for your relationships with clubs
  56. 56. Questions
  57. 57. Thank you for participating in the first District 5910 webinar!
  58. 58. DGE Brenda Walker Kent Hutchison Social Media / Technology Coordinator903-731-6309 Office 903-731-2486 Cell www.facebook.com/kent.hutchis on903-731-2486 Home @HutchisonKent BRENDA.WALKER@ONCOR.COM Hutchison.Kent@gmail.com

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