1) Register for the Rotary Leadership Institute class online using the “Registration Link" in the left menu.

2) Download your chosen class course material (Module I, II, or III) from the left sidebar menu, print and have the material available for your class session.  This will be your only course material.

A JOINT PROJECT OF OVER 350 ROTARY DISTRICTS WORLDWIDE

(2015-2018 EDITION)

Engaging Rotarians & Strengthening Rotary Clubs Through Quality Leadership Education

 
The Rotary Leadership Institute is now being offered in District 5840. It is a development program using facilitation in small groups to engage Rotarians and strengthen clubs through quality leadership education.
 
RLI’s Part 1 is a great start for new Rotarians, as well as a good summary for experienced ones. It is suggested all members who are “new” to Rotary attend at least Part 1.
 
Parts 2 and 3 build on the foundation – completing all three parts is a great idea for incoming club presidents and board members. It builds action and sustainability in your local club!
 
RLI is held from 9:00-4:00pm (usually Saturdays) – Resource Materials with coffee/lunch/dessert are included – each Part is to be taken in order, and only one part per Saturday is allowed. The schedule and sign-up is online at the District 5840 website at http://rotary5840.org/  (scroll down left side under District Events or check the District Calendar).
 
Currently all three parts will be offered in (Oct/Feb/May 2018). Each Part is $50.00 for the day.
 

Clubs are encouraged to pay for their members’ development (lunch is included) and any Rotarian is welcomed.

Here’s a snapshot of each Part: divided into 5-6 sessions, primarily focused on Leadership, Service & Membership*

PART ONE:  THE ROTARIAN (centered on the basics of being a Rotarian)

  • Insights Into Leadership (characteristics, volunteer motivation, leadership styles)
  • My Rotary World (org charts, core values, Rotary’s history)
  • Ethics – Vocational Service (guiding principles, examples, service ideas)
  • Foundation I - Our Rotary Foundation (world peace & understanding, operations, Future Vision)
  • Engaging Members (survey, age differences, development, assessment)
  • Creating Service Projects (meeting a need, creativity, sustainability)
 
PART TWO: THE    CLUB (essential applied skills & knowledge for club effectiveness)
  • Strategic Planning and Analysis (evaluation, priorities & goals) – double session
  • Attracting Members (target audience, attributes, membership process of Find/Bring/Keep)
  • Club Communication (elements of effective communications)
  • Team Building (committee structures: standard, large & small clubs)
  • Foundation II - Targeted Service (grant structure, areas of focus, sustainability)
 
PART THREE:   MY ROTARY JOURNEY   (higher Rotary service and critical examination of more complex issues)
  • Rotary Opportunities (structured programs, fellowships, action groups)
  • Effective Leadership Strategies (building consensus, coalitions, scenarios) – double session
  • Foundation III - International Service (developing projects, 6 Aims, 3 Criteria)
  • Public Image & Public Relations (resources, ideas, media plans)
  • Building A Stronger Club (interconnecting relationships, networking by age, employment, gender, ideas)
  • Making A Difference (applying RLI training to your own experience)
*emphasis by color: red for leadership; blue for service; green for membership
 

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