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Vibrant Club the Key to Membership Development. PDG Assem Abdel Razek Rotary Club Alexandria Mariout Assistant Rotary Coordinator Chair District Public Image Committee. Continuous decrease in membership. - 133 (-6.7%). 1849. Numbers of clubs 1 st July 2014 73 clubs

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vibrant club the key to membership development

Vibrant Club the Key to Membership Development

PDG Assem Abdel Razek

Rotary Club Alexandria Mariout

Assistant Rotary Coordinator

Chair District Public Image Committee

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Numbers of clubs

  • 1st July 2014 73 clubs
  • 15th June 2014 78 clubs net 5 new clubs chartered already
  • Numbers of Rotarians
  • 1st July 2013                                        1982
  • February 2014                                   1849
  • 15TH June 2014                                   1997        net increase   8,0%
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16 clubs out of 74 either

maintained or increased

their members

5 new Clubs by the end of June 2014

your rotary club
Your Rotary Club
  • What is your club like? Is it fun

and energetic?

  • Does it stand out and make you proud?
  • Does it have its own identity?
  • Is it known for a signature activity?
  • Are its members diverse? open to new ideas? & involved?
  • When you think about your club,
  • is it everything you want it to be?
recognizable signs of an at risk club
Recognizable Signsof an At-Risk Club
  • Progressively declining membership
  • Very few service projects
  • Lack of social events
  • Poor meetings
  • Consistently late dues payment
  • Failure to file required reports
  • Significant cancelled meetings
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نابض بالحياة

  • نابض بالنشاط

مدو

  • رنان
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WHAT IS BE A VIBRANT CLUB ?

  • A guide to help clubs create their own leadership plans
  • A description of 10 best practices
  • A tool that challenges you to energize your club
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WHAT IS A VIBRANT CLUB?

A vibrant club is

  • successful and engages its members,
  • conducts meaningful projects,
  • flexible, tries new and fun ideas,
  • has a unique identity.
  • It should reflect the diversity and personality of its members.
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DECIDE WHERE YOUR CLUB WANTS TO BE

What does your club want to be like in three to five years?

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CREATE PRACTICAL COMMITTEES

Create committees that are practical for your club. Recommended committees include:

  • Membership
  • Public relations
  • Service projects
  • The Rotary Foundation
  • Administration
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COMMUNICATE OPENLY

With open sharing of ideas and information, club members can shape your club’s future.

Talk to club leaders about ideas for improvement and find out if others agree.

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DEVELOP STRONGER RELATIONSHIPS

Members who enjoy their clubs will stay more involved.

  • Make your events more social.
  • Invite family and friends.
  • Make new members feel welcome.
  • Have fun!
  • Promote Rotary Fellowshipsand Rotarian Action Groups.
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PREPARE FUTURE CLUB LEADERS

Annual leadership changes provide opportunities for members to take on new roles.

Ask the current and immediate past presidents to work with the president-elect and president-nominee.

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HOLD ASSEMBLIES OFTEN

Keep members engaged and passionate by holding regular club assemblies.

  • All members can voice their ideas and interests.
  • Address club needs with the entire membership.
  • Channel your enthusiasm and come up with an action plan.
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KNOW YOUR MEMBERS’ INTERESTS

Make sure that all members are involved in activities that genuinely interest them.

  • Learn about everyone in the club so you know how to keep them interested in the club.
  • Active members feel dedicated to their projects.
  • Personally ask volunteers to support service projects and other club initiatives.
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BE A VIBRANT CLUB

Affect Membership Devlopment