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Moush Tourian District Governor Nominee Weatherford Rotary Club. Roles and Responsibilities. Club Leadership Plan. The purpose of the Club Leadership Plan is to strengthen Rotary at the club level by providing the administrative framework of an effective club. Avenues of Service. Club Service.

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club leadership plan
Club Leadership Plan

The purpose of the Club Leadership Plan is to strengthen Rotary at the club level by providing the administrative framework of an effective club.

avenues of service
Avenues of Service

Club Service

Vocational Service

Community Service

International Service

effective rotary clubs
Effective Rotary Clubs
  • Sustain or increase their membership base
  • Implement successful projects that address the needs of their community and communities in other countries
  • Support The Rotary Foundation through both program participation and financial contributions
  • Develop leaders capable of serving in Rotary beyond the club level
your year as club president
Your Year as Club President
  • Continually evaluate club goals.
  • Ensure each committee has defined objectives.
  • Preside at all meetings of your club.
  • Prepare for and encourage participation at club and district meetings.
  • Work with your club and district leaders.
preparing for office
Preparing for Office
  • Review your club’s long-range goals.
  • Set club annual goals that support long-range goals.
  • Work with your club and district, developing key relationships.
  • Ensure regular, consistent training.
  • Ensure continuity in leadership and service projects.
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Club Leadership Plan
  • The Club Leadership Plan is the recommended administrative structure for Rotary clubs.
  • The RI Board encourages Rotary clubs to use it to develop a leadership plan that will provide
    • Continuity in projects and decision making
    • Consensus for decision making and goal setting
    • A larger supply of well-trained leaders
    • Succession planning for club leadership
implementing the club leadership plan
Implementing the Club Leadership Plan
  • To implement the plan, current, incoming, and past club leaders should
    • Make sure all club members feel involved and informed
    • Develop long-range goals
    • Set annual goals that support long-range goals
    • Communicate with the club and district
    • Ensure continuity in leadership
    • Customize the bylaws to reflect club operations
    • Provide regular fellowship opportunities
    • Actively involve all club members
    • Offer regular, consistent training
annual and long range goals
Annual and Long-Range Goals
  • Long-range goals should
    • Cover the next three to five Rotary years
    • Address the elements of an effective club and each Avenue of service to pursue the Object of Rotary
    • Include action steps for achieving them
  • Annual goals should support the long-range goals.
effective rotary clubs1
Effective Rotary Clubs
  • Sustain or increase their membership base
  • Implement successful projects that address the needs of their community and communities in other countries
  • Support The Rotary Foundation through both program participation and financial contributions
  • Develop leaders capable of serving in Rotary beyond the club level
determining goals
Determining Goals
  • Assess the club’s current conditions.
  • Brainstorm ideas.
  • Speak with community members.
  • Contact district leadership.
  • Consult with other clubs.
  • Review the Presidential Citation.
effective goals
Effective Goals
  • Shared
  • Measurable
  • Challenging
  • Achievable
  • Time specific
strategies for achieving goals
Strategies for Achieving Goals
  • Communicate with club and district leaders.
  • Develop action steps.
  • Assign club members to each step of the action plan.
  • Establish a timeline.
  • Determine criteria for measuring progress.
  • Use resources available from your club, district, and RI.
  • Evaluate your progress.
motivators for club members
Motivators for Club Members
  • Fellowship
  • Networking
  • Recognition
  • Belief that their goal will benefit the community
successful motivational strategies
Successful Motivational Strategies

What motivational strategies have been successful in your club?

leading your club
Leading Your Club
  • Promote fellowship.
  • Lead problem-solving initiatives.
  • Build on past successes.
  • Be accessible to members, and promote communication.
  • Embody the principles and values of Rotary and encourage others to do the same.
  • Ensure that every club member is active.
club leadership team
Club Leadership Team
  • President
  • Directors
  • Club secretary
  • Club treasurer
  • Sergeant-at-arms
  • Committee chairs and/or members
  • Vice president
  • Immediate past president
  • President-elect
club committees
Club Committees

The Club Leadership Plan recommends appointing five committees to carry out your club’s annual goals:

  • Membership
  • Club public relations
  • Club administration
  • Service projects
  • The Rotary Foundation
effective committees
Effective Committees
  • Appoint committee chairs who have experience.
  • Appoint committee members based on abilities.
  • Appoint members to three-year terms.
  • Add subcommittees as necessary.
  • Define their purpose and help set goals.
  • Encourage committees to keep records.
  • Encourage committees to communicate.
  • Participate in committee meetings, as appropriate.
  • Solicit feedback.
purpose of the district
Purpose of the District

“The activities and organization of a Rotary district shall exist solely to help the individual Rotary club advance the Object of Rotary.”

Manual of Procedure

your district
Your District
  • Provides guidance
  • Connects clubs that have similar interests
  • Serves as an information resource
  • Provides an opportunity to serve on district-level committees
  • Conveys Rotary information to clubs
  • Coordinates Rotary Foundation programs
district leadership team
District Leadership Team
  • District governor
  • Assistant governors
  • District committees
  • District trainer
  • District secretary
  • Past district governors