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2 The Plan INTRODUCTIONS Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) OVERVIEW NOTEBOOK REVIEW EVALUATION FORM

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4 The Two Most Challenging Questions for a Rotarian 1. What is Rotary? 2. What is Rotary’s purpose? The Object of Rotary

5 The purpose of Rotary is for Clubs and their members to pursue and further The Object of Rotary

6 But……. What is the OBJECT OF ROTARY? The Object of Rotary

7 The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster:

8 The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service. The First Object of Rotary

9 The Avenues of Service Through Club Service, we have fun, build lasting friendships, and make sure that our club functions well.

10 High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society. The Second Object of Rotary

11 The Avenues of Service Through Vocational Service, we volunteer our professional skills to serve others and promote integrity in everything we do.

12 The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life. The Third Object of Rotary

13 The Avenues of Service Through Community Service, we address local needs and work with our community to bring lasting improvements.

14 The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service. The Fourth Object of Rotary

15 The Avenues of Service Through International Service, we meet humanitarian needs around the globe and promote world understanding and peace.

16 The Avenues of Service Through Youth Service, we work with young people to help them become the next generation of leaders, visionaries, and peacemakers.

17 The Five Avenues of Service  Through Club Service, we have fun, build lasting friendships, and make sure that our club functions well.  Through Vocational Service, we volunteer our professional skills to serve others and promote integrity in everything we do.  Through Community Service, we address local needs and work with our community to bring lasting improvements.  Through International Service, we meet humanitarian needs around the globe and promote world understanding and peace.  Through Youth Service, we work with young people to help them become the next generation of leaders, visionaries, and peacemakers.

18 The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service. The First Object of Rotary

19 The sole purpose of a Rotary Club and its members is to pursue and further The Object of Rotary Summary

20 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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22  Why is engagement important?  Why Do Members Leave  What Can We Do About It Importance of Engagement

23  Why is attendance important?  What promotes Good Attendance?  Importance of educating our members  The exit interview Importance of Attendance

24 Perfect Attendance

25  The average Rotary Club loses 15% of its membership each year  Half of all new members leave within five years  It is important to know why members are leaving and to have a strategy to retain them in a membership organization Summary

26 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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28 Structured Programs

29 InteractRotaractRYLA Rotary Peace Centers Rotary Action Groups Rotary Youth Exchange Rotary Friendship Exchange Rotary Community Corps Rotary Fellowships

30 A Symbolic View InteractRotaractRYLA Rotary Peace CentersRotaryActionGroups Rotary Youth Exchange RotaryFriendshipExchangeRotaryCommunityCorpsRotaryFellowship

31 Global Networking Groups  Rotarian Action Groups  Rotary Fellowships Fellowship of Rotary Global History Fellowship of Rotarians on the Internet Fellowship of Cricketing Rotarians Rotarians For Fighting AIDS Fellowship of Rotarian Magicians

32 Local or Regional Programs  Rotary Leadership Institute – Sunshine Division  District Initiatives  Other?

33  Many opportunities for the advancement of the Objects of Rotary go unnoticed  Opportunities abound at various levels of Rotary Summary

34 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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36 Why is Vocational Service an important element of Rotary? What is Vocational Service

37  High ethical standards in business and professions;  the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations;  and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society. The Second Object of Rotary

38  Evolution from Vocational Emphasis to Service  Have any of the early Ethical & Vocational principals carried over to todays Rotary? What is Vocational Service

39 of things we think, say or do:  Is it the TRUTH?  Is it FAIR to all concerned?  Will it build GOOD WILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

40  Can Rotarians Raise The Ethical Standards Of Business?  What Does Your Club Do For Vocational Service? Ethics & Vocational Service

41 Summary  Vocational Service is one of the major motivations for the founding of Rotary – to use our vocational and professional skills to benefit society  Many clubs actually do Vocational Service, but call it something else – like club, community or international service  Clubs should make a point of utilizing the individual skills of its members in planning and executing its projects  Clubs and its members should be proactive in promoting and exercising the ethical principals of Rotary, the 4-Way Test

42 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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45  The Club  The Area  The District  The Zone  Rotary International Organization The Rotary Foundation

46  Necessity  Advantages  Control of Clubs  Organization (Leadership – Administration – Legislation)  Contact Rotary International

47  Why do we have Districts?  What does a District Governor do?  How about the Assistant Governors?  Why is the District important to the Club?  Contact The Rotary District

48 Overview The Purpose of the entire Rotary Organization is to support your club’s efforts to achieve its Objects of Rotary! 33, ,

49 What is the purpose of Rotary: The Bigger Picture To assist you and your Club in achieving the Object of Rotary Summary

50 Evaluations0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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52 The Rotary Foundation What do you know about The Rotary Foundation?

53 $$$$100,000, a Year Business 555501 (c) (3) Foundation IIIIndependent of Rotary International MMMMotto: Doing Good In The World Some Particulars

54 is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. TRF Mission

55 The Rotary Foundation helps clubs coordinate and fund viable humanitarian projects and educational opportunities. The Rotary Foundation

56 Annual Giving Endowment Fund (Permanent Fund) Where Donations Go Only Two “Buckets”

57 Foundation Support  Bequest Society  Benefactor  Paul Harris Fellowship  Paul Harris Society  Major Donor  Endowments  Polio Plus

58  Sustaining Member  EREY Club  Paul Harris Fellow  Paul Harris Society  100% PHF Club  Major Donor  Arch Klumph Society  100% Sustaining Club  Benefactor  Bequest Society  Top 3 Per Capita Clubs Contribution Recognitions

59 Annual Giving Endowment Fund How the Money comes back Two “Buckets” inside! District(SHARE) World Fund

60 Money sent is Invested for three (3) Years- After which 100% is available for distribution. 50% is designated for District and Club Use (DDF / SHARE) Interest pays for TRF Operations! 50% Goes to the World Fund Annual Giving Annual Giving

61 Money sent is invested and only the interest is spent Named Endowments for District Grants World Fund Polio Plus Endowment Fund The Endowment Fund was formerly known as the “Permanent Fund”

62 Foundation Programs  District Grants  Global Grants  Scholars  Vocational Training Teams  Packaged Grants  Polio eradication  Peace Scholars

63 Now you know all there is to know about the programs of the Rotary Foundation and understand how they are funded. RIGHT? The Rotary Foundation

64 TRF Six Areas of Focus  Peace and conflict prevention/resolution  Disease prevention and treatment  Water and sanitation  Maternal and child health  Basic education and literacy  Economic and community development

65 Foundation Basics The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideals of service. Why should your club and members care about the Rotary Foundation? What is the Fourth Object of Rotary?

66 How can you get Foundation assistance to multiply your club’s funds to support Local and International Humanitarian and Educational projects? Simple! Foundation Grants Help Build World Understanding and Good Will

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68 And, of course Attend Parts II and III of the Rotary Leadership Institute

69  The Rotary Foundation is the resource for local and international service.  The SHARE program provides substantial local control of how the contributions are used.  District Grants are there for your club to use for local projects.  Rotarians, clubs and districts benefit from many foundation programs, not just those in other countries. Summary

70 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

71 Wrap-Up  What did you get out of today?  How are you going to use what you learned today?  Could we have made the learning experience any better for you?

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