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  1. What are you worrying about most From PEs 2009-2010

  2. RINO hunting – getting everyone involved (Rotary In Name Only) • Make a RINO a mentor • Identify passions and get advice • Assign them a job • Continue to refresh members minds on reasons joined • Courtesy call before meeting for non-attendees • Recognize members • Find out their talents and passions • Get them to be a greeter • Focus on selves not becoming a RINO • Gathering of past presidents to discuss RINOs • Solicit ideas from RINOs and follow through • Talk to original sponsor and ask about skills • Change RINOs job • Change seating arrangements in meeting occasionally • Do better job with red badges to prevent future RINOs • Show them how their involvement matters • One on one committee assignments

  3. What can I do NOW to make my year easier? • Pre-board meeting to establish and discuss new ideas • Put together calendar for the entire year • Start with the end in mind • Set up binders for each leader with job responsibilities, information • Get started early • Have one-on-one with each member for ideas • Plan for dynamic programs • Meet 1 on 1 with new board for enthusiasm / buy-in • Have existing chairs mentor/apprentice new chairs • Get new board enrolled in Leadership Academy • Start fund raising committee early • Focus Projects on theme for year • Encourage and solicit potential members • Poll existing committee chairs on effectiveness of their committees • Meet with past presidents for ideas • Circulate anonymous questionnaire for ideas from entire club • Review/create strategy/plan

  4. The First 100 Days • Make meetings interesting, informative and fun • Have fun social activities • Good communications to members in multiple ways • Targeted membership solicitation (by company, title, name) • Hold a club assembly • Get commitment to Rotary Foundation early • Coordinate projects with other clubs • Inspirational first meeting with board • Educate members on Rotary • Review accomplishments from past year • Every member on a committee • International project speakers • Be prepared for the unexpected • Talk about club finances to affect contributions • Have opportunities for fellowship • Hold contest by teams for most new members brought in • Utilize Rotarian magazine for topics • Thank people by name