Lions 20-W Strategic Plan Survey
Dear Lions of 20-W:

We are asking you to complete this survey that will be used to develop a strategic plan for our District. We are asking all Lions to complete the survey. If you don't have any answer just mark it NA.

Strategic planning is important to our District because it provides a sense of direction and outlines measurable goals for us. Strategic planning is a tool that is useful for guiding day-to-day decisions and also for evaluating progress and changing approaches when moving forward. Answering the survey will allow us to develop a plan that will give careful thought to the strategic objectives it outlines, and then back up these goals with realistic, thoroughly researched, quantifiable benchmarks for evaluating results for our District.

Please return this by March 10th.

I want to thank each and everyone of you for all you do for your community , club, district, and multiple.

We Serve!!!!

YIL,
DG Michele


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Name:
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Club:
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Offices held in Club and years:
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Offices held in District and years:
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Offices held in Multiple and years:
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What are the key internal strengths that have contributed to your Club's success to date? (No more than 4 strengths and be specific)
Your answer
What is the one strength that sets you apart from other organizations (i.e. Rotary, Kiawanis etc.) in your community?
Your answer
What are the big questions your Club must answer in order to be successful over the next several years? (What are those big, unanswered questions that are facing your Club and District? Maybe you know that your current model for membership growth and retention is unsustainable … or a big leadership transition is heading your way … and you’re still figuring out the best solutions to these challenges. Identify your big questions and use the strategic planning process to gather information, insight, and perspectives to begin to form your answers.)
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What do you hope will be most noticeably different about your Lion's Club in several years? (When you vision your Club and District thriving in the future – how does it look different from your organization right now? Is it larger, smaller, more efficient, more diverse? What are the most striking differences?)
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What programmatically or administratively, do you have to redesign or release in order to be successful? (Imagine you were starting from scratch – how would you design your Club and District and your programs to be the most effective and efficient? What no longer makes sense or is no longer supporting you to be the most successful Club you can be? What obstacles will you have to overcome? What problems will you have to solve? Of all the problems or obstacles standing between you and your desired future outcomes, what are the biggest or most important? If you weren’t already growing in membership, why not? What is holding you back? What are the critical constraints or limiting factors for growth? Sometimes, just identifying and removing one critical block or obstacle can turn your Club around.)
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What are the steps that you will have to take to create your ideal Club? (Make a list. Write down every single thing that you can possibly think of that you would have to do to achieve your goals in the future.)
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What do the following stand for and what are their roles? DG, 1VDG, 2VDG, GAT Team, GMT, GLT, GST (Define each below.)
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Have you ever been to a zone meeting? If so, when? Was it beneficial?
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Please rank the following. How important is it to have the following opportunities for your Club? (5 being the most important)
1 - Not Important
2 - Least Important
3 - Somewhat Important
4 - Important
5 - Most Important
Developing Marketing and Public Relations plans, goals, and objectives
Facebook training
Email
Webinars
Webinars in Public Relations & Marketing
Twitter
Teleconferencing
Text Messaging
Blogging
Website
Podcasts
Self-directed, online training
Printed documents and instructional materials
Club visits from local leaders
How to write media releases
Please rank the following. How important is it to you and your Club to receive the following training? (5 being the most important)
1 - Not Important
2 - Least Important
3 - Somewhat Important
4 - Important
5 - Most Important
A forum for Club Officers to exchange ideas at the Club, Zone, and District levels
One-to-one guidance and mentoring for Club Officers
Assistance when there is a problem in your Club
Planning service projects for your Club
How would you rate how the District communicates with your Club?
How would you rate LCI communication to your Club?
How would you rate your Club's orientation program?
Have you ever been to a Cabinet meeting?
What would you like to see in a Cabinet meeting?
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List your Club's service projects.
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What projects would you like to see on the Club level?
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What projects would you like to see on the Zone level?
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What projects would you like to see on the District level?
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Do you have a printed orientation program?
Has Lion orientation been given to all new members?
If yes to the above, what does the orientation consist of?
Your answer
If no to the above, what do you plan to do in the future for new Lion orientation?
Your answer
How many Lions have you sponsored?
Your answer
On average, how many Lions attend your Club meetings?
Your answer
Do you think your Club has a meaningful induction ceremony? If yes, what is it?
Your answer
What are the primary membership needs and opportunities in our District?
Your answer
What are the primary service needs and opportunities in your community?
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Has your Club offered meaningful hands-on service projects? If so, what projects and how many Lions participated in each?
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Have you been offered a leadership position for service projects in your Club? If yes, how many and what?
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How often does your Club consult community leaders before planning service projects?
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Within the next two years, do you have plans for any new service projects? If so, which ones?
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If you were to list five surrounding communities that could be a potential place to start a Branch Club or Club, please list them below from 1 - most likely to 5 - least likely.
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Are you willing to be a member of a committee for Club development at the 20-W District level?
Please provide any additional information you would like to share.
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