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2014 Membership Seminar District 5790. Host: The Rotary Club of Weatherford September 20, 2014. District Leadership Seminar September 20, 2014. Your 2014-15 District 5790 Membership Team*. David Hurt Arlington 817-821-0326

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    1. 2014 Membership Seminar District 5790 Host: The Rotary Club of Weatherford September 20, 2014

    2. District Leadership Seminar September 20, 2014 Your 2014-15 District 5790 Membership Team* David Hurt Arlington 817-821-0326 Kay Huse Weatherford 817-846-5866 Max Morley Denton 936-556-0905 Tony Touchon Mansfield 817-592-3125 Lance Winter Weatherford 818-594-9902 (102) Derrick Kenney Arlington 817-419-6001 District Assistant Governors & District Governor *This committee identifies, markets, and implements membership development tools and strategies that will result in membership growth.

    3. Top Performing ClubsGroup III (124 members) • Brownwood +24% Penny Riggs, President • Colleyville +18% Melissa Stewart, President • Eastland +17% Bryan Jackson, President • Haskell +17% Megan Cox, President

    4. Top Performing ClubsGroup II (2550 members) • Eagle Mountain +16% Jenny Lynch, President • Arlington West +12% Kurt Tauzel, President • MidCity Pacesetter +10% Terry, Sutton, Pres.

    5. Top Performing ClubsGroup I (More than 50 members) • Arlington Sunrise +17% Jacob Hardin, Pres. • Grapevine +15% Bruno Rumbelow, Pres • Arlington +12% Derrick Kinney, Pres. Growth Thru March 31

    6. Where Are We Now?

    7. Membership Growth History of the Growth of Rotary

    8. Twelve Year Membership Data District 5790

    9. How Do We Improve

    10. Mindset…What do you see?

    11. What is Needed • Members…Have a real “want-to” • Organization…Club membership committee • Utilize a “system”…District Three Year Plan • Team effort…(invite, good program, Rotary packet, letter to join, follow-up) • Mentor & assignments for new members

    12. How to… • Members invite candidates to a meeting • Implement membership system actions • Provide a membership packet for visitors • Include a page to Highlight Your Club • Include an application to join • Board & members approve applicants ASAP • Send Letter to Join within 10-14 days • Mentor helps complete orientation checklist

    13. KEY ELEMENTS FOR SUCCESS • Think & be prepared for membership “opportunities.” • Invite a qualified candidate to a club meeting & follow-up. • Don’t try to explain the details about Rotary. • All members make visitors feel welcome. • Don’t let visitors leave without a membership packet. • Send a timely invitation letter to join within 10-14 days.

    14. Your Follow-Up

    15. Making It Happen • Take these ideas & tools back to your club • AG & club membership team get-together • Develop, communicate, train, and implement your club membership system

    16. Membership: It’s in your hands

    17. The Chart System Advertising Club Activities

    18. 2. Use Charts to Retain Members Charts have a proven impact on gaining new members and keeping existing members! Display 2-3 Charts at Every Meeting • Telling Why One Joins Rotary • Telling Why One Stays in Rotary • Welcome to Each New Member

    19. The Buddy System Aka “No Rotarian Left Behind” Dave Hurt

    20. Implementing the “Buddy” System • Have “Buddy” Teams of at Least Four Members* • Survey Members Top Two Buddies • Membership Chair Finalizes Team & Selects a Team Leader • Buddies Stay in Touch With Each Other and Report Illnesses • Team Leader Organizes a Get Together Every 3-4 Months • Team Members Work Together To Get New Members * Number of Teams to Equal Club Goal for New Members