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District 5580 Assistant Governors Training Seminar 2012-2013. 1. District 5580 Governor 2012-2013 Don and Mary Cavalier. District 5580 D. Governor Elect Dave and Claudette Smette. District Administration. The Assistant District Governor… Role and Responsibilities. 11.
Briefing the incoming District Governor on the status of clubs
Assist the clubs in identifying a *Club Trainer
Learn and conduct * Web Meetings with club leadership (for training contact District Trainer )
*Quarterly Assistant Governors Web Meetings
• Sustain or increase their membership
Address the needs of their communities and communities in other countries
Support The Rotary Foundation both financially and through participation
Develop club leaders beyond the club
Always Call Ahead, asking Club President’s permission to visit during Club’s Board Meeting…
Apprise clubs of help available from District…Speakers for programs, DVDs about Rotary, etc…Review RI’s monthly themes…
Follow up QUICKLY on any requests.
Always respect the autonomy of the clubs…be courteous, thank them for opportunity to visit…
Make sure clubs are ready to receive the Governor’s visit…checklist…
Planning guide submitted on time?
Quiet venue for his meet w/ Board?
Club meeting program is his exclusively?
ADG Activities Calendar…Refer to the “District Governors Club Visits” for the clubs in your area, and fill in your personal calendars with those dates first…As you make appointments to visit clubs and boards, fill in those dates…July 18th- Wednesday, 5 pm.- Session 1- webinar for ADG training. This webinar will be repeated several times in July…Be sure to attend one of them.. Tentative alternate dates/times, July 20, 7 pm; July 31, 7 pm..
August 1- first written report to DGE Smette and Diane
October 17- ADG reporting Webinar
March 2013- PETS training…
District Conference, April 2013
District Committees- need people!
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It is a living management tool that:
Plan-Long range (strategic)
Annual goals (Actions and plans)
Continuity in projects/decision making
Consensus for decision making
Club members know “what we stand for”
Actions & Programs
Long Range Plan
A club-level training program should:
Ensure that club leaders attend district meetings
Provide consistent and regular orientation for new members
Offer ongoing educational opportunities for current members
Create a leadership-skills development program for all members
Help the club to create a strategic plan
Fairly knowledgeable in Rotary, on the Club, District and International levels.
Able to use training tools and ensure the Club Officers have access to these sessions.
A liaison between Club and District