Presentation on theme: "Be a Vibrant Club Your Club Leadership Plan. Purpose Ensures club is regularly evaluating current practices and implementing new ideas to increase their."— Presentation transcript:
Purpose Ensures club is regularly evaluating current practices and implementing new ideas to increase their vitality
Whats in it for your club? Stresses innovation and flexibility Encourages tailoring best practices to fit club culture Challenges clubs to analyze traditions and experiment with new practices
Develop long-range goals Does your club have a strategic plan? What is your clubs vision statement? What are the long-range goals?
Set annual goals Conduct a community assessment before setting annual goals. Ask committees to propose goals. Involve all members.
Conduct club assemblies Hold quarterly assemblies to solicit innovative ideas, highlight achievements, and showcase service projects. Ask members for input on club practices, projects, and activities.
Communicate clearly Who communicates with district leaders? How do members provide input? What information can go online?
Ensure leadership continuity Be sure current leaders work with immediate past and incoming leaders. Consider providing newer members with mentors.
Amend club bylaws Review club bylaws annually. Determine any needed changes. Allow members to propose new ideas. Test new ideas before amending bylaws.
Develop stronger relationships Provide fellowship opportunities. Promote networking opportunities. Have fun!
Ensure members are active Generate interest and dedication. Build club pride. Attract new members and gain community attention.
Develop a training plan District Training Chair – Mary Ann Lutz District Training Opportunities – BODTS - February 2 and 16, 2013 – PETS - February 22-24, 2013 – District Assembly - April 20, 2013, Victor Valley College
Assign club committees Recommended – Club administration – Membership – Public relations – Service project – The Rotary Foundation Additional committees can be added to support club goals.
Tradition and innovation The first four Rotarians Rotary Peace Fellows
A guide to help clubs create their own club leadership plan A description of 10 best practices A tool that challenges you to energize your club What is Be a Vibrant Club? www.rotary.org/RIdocuments/en_pdf/245en.pdf