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1 Charting a five-year strategic plan for the Rotary Club of La Crosse

2 Today’s agenda Define “Visioning” Share overview of process Report common themes Summarize focus areas/priorities Communicate next steps

3 Visioning, defined Rotary International initiative

4 Visioning, defined Rotary International initiative Free-form brainstorming session to assess our priorities

5 Visioning, defined Rotary International initiative Free-form brainstorming session to assess our priorities Consequential, forward-thinking

6 Visioning, defined “Skating to where the puck is going to be …” – Gretzky

7 By the numbers: Who? What? Plusses and minuses

8 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers

9 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers 4 Rotary-trained facilitators

10 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers 4 Rotary-trained facilitators 4 and one-half hours

11 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers Four Rotary-trained facilitators Four and one-half hours 12 focus areas

12 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers Four Rotary-trained facilitators Four and one-half hours 12 focus areas 246 unique ideas

13 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers Four Rotary-trained facilitators Four and one-half hours 12 focus areas 246 unique ideas 2,160 sticky dots

14 One dark and lonely night … 30 volunteers Four Rotary-trained facilitators Four and one-half hours 12 focus areas 246 unique ideas 2160 dots And 48 flip charts …

15 One dark and lonely night … … converged in a nebulous swirl from which emerged several common themes.

16 Key learnings (and what we already knew), abridged Positive attributes Three simple words define our purpose: Service Above Self

17 Key learnings (and what we already knew), abridged Positive attributes Three simple words define our purpose: Service Above Self We are the area’s premier service club

18 Key learnings (and what we already knew), abridged Positive attributes Three simple words define our purpose: Service Above Self We are the area’s premier service club Serving underserved and vulnerable people/populations is at the core of our work

19 Key learnings (and what we already knew), abridged Positive attributes Rotarians are difference-makers, locally and internationally

20 Key learnings (and what we already knew), abridged Positive attributes Rotarians are difference-makers, locally and internationally We are not a club of check-writers, but of doers

21 Key learnings (and what we already knew), abridged The Minnesota Vikings are the best.

22 Key learnings(and what we already knew), abridged Negative attributes: We are rich, old and white

23 Key learnings(and what we already knew), abridged Negative attributes: We are rich, old and white We are always asking for money

24 Key learnings(and what we already knew), abridged Negative attributes: We are rich, old and white We are always asking for money Our members know little about the Rotary Foundation and how monies are allocated

25 Key learnings(and what we already knew), abridged Negative attributes: We could do more to recruit, attract and retain younger members (<35)

26 Key learnings(and what we already knew), abridged Negative attributes: We do little to recruit, attract and retain younger members (<30) Opportunities for fellowship during meetings have diminished

27 Summary of focus areas

28 On our marks, get set …

29 Next steps Review and assimilate the information

30 Next steps Review and assimilate the information Reconfigure/merge/terminate and/or create new committees as needed

31 Next steps Review and assimilate the information Reconfigure/merge/terminate and create new committees as needed Meet with committee chairs to lay the foundation for our efforts

32 Next steps Establish qualitative and quantitative methods to chart our progress, identify what is and isn’t working, and adjust our sights as needed to achieve our goals

33 Next steps Establish qualitative and quantitative methods to chart our progress, identify what is and isn’t working, and adjust our sights as needed to achieve our goals Receive constant, unvarnished feedback from every member who wishes to share

34 Next steps HAVE FUN!

35 Change is good! Change is my friend! Change comes bearing gifts!

36 Visioning provides the opportunity to be the change we wish to see in the world

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40 In its essence, Visioning is about STRATEGY


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