2 Are you a Leading Rotarian? YES NO YES & NO MAYBE
3 What is the meaning of LEAD? TO SHOW THE WAYINFLUENCEGUIDETHE FIRST TO BE IN CONTROL
4 Leading Rotarians Learning Objectives Identify skills needed to serve as effective club leaders. Anticipate potential challenges in leading fellow Rotarians, and develop strategies for handling them.
Leading Rotarians What are important leadership skills for your role? How will you motivate club members? How will you select and prepare your club leadership team? What tasks can be delegated to committees? What concerns do you have about working with other club leaders? How will you handle disagreements between club leaders How do you communicate with district leaders? How do district leaders communicate with your club? How can you ensure continuity during your year? (continued on the next slide)
Leading Rotarians Idea Exchange Facilitator Dolly Yeap Past President from Rotary Club of Kulai Leading Rotarians Idea Exchange
Learning Objectives Identify skills needed for effective club leaders. Anticipate potential challenges in leading Rotarians, and develop strategies for handling them.
Potential Leadership Challenges -Questions frequently asked- Members can not commit to service project Past President is not supportive of your ideas New Club President is overwhelmed Committee Chair is not active Assistant Governor is unavailable
Have participants list their challenges with leading volunteers. Summarize these concerns on a flip chart, then divide participants into groups and assign each group one of the challenges listed. The group’s task is to come up with a creative way to overcome the challenge Leading Rotarians Idea Exchange Group activity
11 Discussion Questions 1.Think about a successful Rotarian leader you have worked with. 1.What made him or her successful 2.How does a leadership position in a volunteer organization differ from one in a corporation? 1.How will you select and prepare your club leadership team? 2.What committees does your club have? Will you change the structure of your club’s committees? 1.What tasks can be delegated to committees throughout the year? 1.What concerns do you have about working with other club leaders? 1.How will you handle disagreements between club leaders? 1.How do you communicate with district leaders? How do district leaders communicate with your club?
12 In conclusion, allow me to give my opinion It is important YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO BE A LEADING ROTARIAN IN YOUR CLUB TO BE SO *YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO LEAD *YOU SHOULD KNOW YOUR SPECIFIC ROLES & RESPONSIBLITIES *WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO ACHIEVE? *HOW TO GO ABOUT DOING IT? YOU NEED TO PLAN As a leader, you should Show and Lead the way
Congratulations to Your Installations as PRESIDENT of Your Club Wish You An Enjoyable Year Leading Rotarians Idea Exchange