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2015 rotary china DTTS

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District Team Training Seminar for 2015-16 Rotary Year - for Rotary China (PRC excluding Guangdong province) Team.

The DTTS kicks off the annual training cycle within a district.

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2015 rotary china DTTS

  1. 1. District Team Training Seminar 7 March 2015 Shanghai, PRC
  2. 2. Rotary Anthem 2
  3. 3. Opening Remarks 3 PP Frank Hoffman District Training Committee 5 min
  4. 4. Something Witty or Pithy 4 PP Roger Owens Assistant Special Representative 10 min
  5. 5. Rotary China Status Update 5 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 15 min
  6. 6. Rotary China Status Update • 2015-16 Team • DDF • Extension Update • SWOT Analysis • Additional Remarks 6
  7. 7. 2015-16 Rotary China Team 7
  8. 8. DDF • Proposed 50% for District grants and 50% for Global Grants 8 (contributions 2010-11) (contributions 2011-12) (contributions 2012-13) (contributions 2013-14) 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 starting balance 6,204.64 9,262.64 17,223.64 transferred 13,058.00 9,961.00 14,453.04 979.17 Total beginning of year 19,262.64 19,223.64 31,676.68 979.17 less Global Grants -10,000.00 -2,000.00 remaining balance 9,262.64 17,223.64 31,676.68 District Grants % 0% 0% 50% Global Grants % 100% 100% 50% Available for: District Grants 0 0 15,838 Global Grants 9,263 17,224 15,838
  9. 9. Rotary China Extension • Currently 4 clubs chartered, 3 provisional • by 30 June: • 7 chartered clubs (Sh. West, Suzhou, SH Lujiazui) • 3 provisional (Dalian, Kunshan, Nanning) • Additional targets for 2015-16 • Xiamen, BJ Mandarin, Qingdao, Hangzhou, eClub • all clubs need proactive SR and club Champion • Guangdong • no apparent progress • no plan to add expat or compat clubs 9
  10. 10. SWOT Analysis 10 Strengths • Almost 20 year track record with clubs in China • $170 million+ impact • Momentum growing - first Chinese club • Strong footprint with New Gen clubs (pull) • RI Policy now favours growth Weaknesses • Shortage of experienced leaders to lead “district” • Low public visibility • Banking restrictions • Minimal knowledge of Rotary among most members Opportunities • Training across the board • More clubs - build more leaders • Compatriots vs Expatriates • Target Returnees • Scale up youth clubs • Increase public visibility • Leverage social media • Position as Fraternal org not NGO • Consider RIBI or Taiwan models Threats • Brain drain • Government legislation is game changer • Legal liability • Member maligns our brand
  11. 11. Additional Remarks • Conference • consider doing it bi-annually • Shelterbox • may be close to arranging pre-positioning in Shanghai for this region • Foundation Giving • End Polio Now - 0052 donate DDF? • EREY (min $10), total 15 Jan <$11,000 11
  12. 12. China Government Relations Update 12 PP Ruby Chang Assistant Special Representative Extension Representative to China 15 min via Skype
  13. 13. New Generations Update 13 PP Nikola Urosevic New Generations Committee 15 min
  14. 14. Rotaract Breakdown 2014-2015 14 4 Clubs in China Official Clubs: 3 Provisional Club:1
  15. 15. Rotaract Club Extension – Key Success Factors Club format: Community vs University based University Format: Foreign Universities vs Local Universities Extension Approach: Top Down vs Bottom Up – a mix works the best Foreign Universities that have co-operated with Rotaract/Rotary programs seem to be the easiest to open a club. E.g. Hult & NYU 15
  16. 16. Rotaract Club Extension – Potential Future Extensions University Based: CEIBS China Europe International Business School: Leading Rotarian: Frank Mulligan Sponsor Club: TBD Progress Status: in process SISU Shanghai International Studies University: Leading Rotarian: CM Tsang Sponsor Club: TBD Progress Status: on hold Nottingham University Ningbo: Leading Rotarian: TBD Sponsor Club: TBD Progress Status: exploring opportunities 16
  17. 17. Policy Update 17 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 10 min
  18. 18. Policy Update • Foundation Funding Model • 5% charge on cash • Club Central • Presidential Citation automatic based on online data points • New Monthly Observations • aligned with our areas of focus • take effect 1 July • Mandarin Chinese officially supported 18
  19. 19. New Monthly Observances from 1 July 2015 • September: Basic Education and Literacy • October: Economic and Community Development • December: Disease Prevention and Treatment • January: Vocational Service • February: Peace and Conflict Prevention/ Resolution • March: Water and Sanitation • April: Maternal and Child Health • May: Youth Services 19
  20. 20. 2015-16 Rotary Theme 20 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 5 min video
  21. 21. PE Ravi Ravindran 21 K.R. “Ravi” Ravindran is CEO and founder of Printcare PLC, a publicly listed printing, packaging, and digital media solutions company. It is arguably the world’s largest supplier of tea bag packaging, catering to nearly every major tea brand, with manufacturing facilities in Sri Lanka and India. He and Vanathy have been married since 1975, and they have two children and a recently born grandchild.
  22. 22. PE Ravi Ravindran 22
  23. 23. Assistant Governor Responsibilities 24 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 15 min
  24. 24. Assistant Governor Responsibilities • Club Central • get it completed early by all clubs • monitor performance • Presidential Citation • all data points are online • coach and monitor clubs performance • Official visit • arrange it • join in the visit • rate the club after official visit 25
  25. 25. Open Discussion 26 PP Frank Hoffman District Training Committee 30 min
  26. 26. Know your Resources - RI 27 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 15 min
  27. 27. My Rotary 28
  28. 28. Learn. Rotary 29
  29. 29. Club Central 30
  30. 30. District:  0000  |  Club:  Your  Club John  Q.  Rotarian
  31. 31.    Membership Retention
 Rotarian Engagement
 Club Communication
 Public Relations Your Club
  32. 32. Service Projects and Activities
 New Generations Clubs
 New Generations Participants Service
  33. 33. 791 USD 791 USD Annual Fund
 Polio Plus
 Major Gifts and Benefactors Foundation
  34. 34. Brand Center 35 • visual identity materials
  35. 35. Media Centre 36 • Fact Sheets etc for media
  36. 36. Grant Applicat ion Tool 37
  37. 37. Rotary China Tools 38 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 30 min
  38. 38. Base camp 39 • project & committee mgt • knowledge mgt
  39. 39. Box 41 https://app.boxcn.net https://app.boxcn.net/s/j8z6pbcq986aq9iq7oqy • document sharing • access via web or sync to desktop
  40. 40. Mailch imp 42 • Send EDM’s (email blasts)
  41. 41. Lists - internal & external 43
  42. 42. Campaigns 44
  43. 43. Wistia 45 • show video inside/ outside China
  44. 44. 46
  45. 45. Rotary China Information Centre 49 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 15 min
  46. 46. Rotary China Information Centre • Full-time Executive or Manager • Role • Internal Club support - knowledge base • Government liaison • Media information and contacts, PR functions, etc.  • Led by independent committee • sponsored by individual members • Reports to SR & committee 50
  47. 47. District Goal Setting 51 PP Pradeep Kumar, DRFC PP Frank Hoffman, District Trainer 90 min working lunch
  48. 48. The purpose of the district • The activities and organization of a Rotary district shall exist solely to help the individual Rotary club advance the Object of Rotary. – (RI Manual of Procedure) 52
  49. 49. Strategic plan 2013-16 • Lay the foundation for Rotary’s future growth in China • Support and strengthen clubs • Focus and increase humanitarian service • Enhance public image and awareness 53
  50. 50. Progress in 2014-15 • Number of new Clubs added… • Number of provisional clubs added… • Total enrolment increase from 2013 … • Public image building via China conference, China Soong Ching Ling Foundation LOI signed… 54
  51. 51. 2015-16 goals proposed by SR • Primary – Training Rotary Leaders – Building New Clubs & Fellowships • Secondary – Membership Development (growth, diversity, Chinese speakers (compatriots and returnees) – Improving Public Image (stakeholders inside/ outside China and government) – Increasing Service Impact (projects and data collection)
 • Other Proposals? • Brainstorm ideas 55
  52. 52. Session objective • Comment on the suitability of Goal • Suggest what could be done to meet it – opportunities? • Agree on some measure for Goal • Agree on some action steps and their ownership 56
  53. 53. Discussion • Training Rotary Leaders 57
  54. 54. Discussion • Building New Clubs & Fellowships 58
  55. 55. Discussion • Membership Development (growth, diversity, Chinese speakers (compatriots and returnees) 59
  56. 56. Discussion • Improving Public Image (stakeholders inside/ outside China and government) 60
  57. 57. Discussion • Increasing Service Impact (projects and data collection) 61
  58. 58. Training Schedule 62 PP Frank Hoffman District Training Committee 15 min
  59. 59. Closing Remarks 63 PP Randal Eastman Special Representative to China 15 min
  60. 60. Closing Remarks • Charter Celebrations • Fresh Start • Shanghai West • Upcoming PETS participation 64
  61. 61. Meeting Adjourned 65 PP Frank Hoffman District Training Committee 5 min

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