BECOMING A VIBRANT CLUB - by design not by chance

In order to achieve excellence as an organization, Rotary Clubs must have a plan to “make things happen” within a club culture where “members own the process” and are engaged beyond personal gain for the common good
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Name of my Rotary Club *
Part I - Current Club Development Assessment
ROTARY INT’L COMMON CORE VALUES--(Fellowship, Integrity, Diversity, Service, Leadership)
Please provide concise responses. Your entire response should appear in Short Answer Text window.
A.1. A Core Value that is unique to my club is *
B.1. A Key Strength/Attribute of my club is *
C.1. An obvious Challenge my club faces is *
D. My club's current focus on Membership is appropriate *
E. Rotary Initiatives at RI and District are understood by most members in my club. *
F. Communications about our clubs initiatives and activities are effective *
G. The majority of our members are committed and involved in club initiatives. *
Part II - WHAT IS YOUR VIEW OF YOUR CLUB CULTURE FUTURE—SAY THREE YEARS FROM NOW?
CONSIDER THE POTENTIAL FOR “STRATEGIC PRIORITIES” IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
(Use concise phrases with few words to identify your ideas - your entire answer should appear within Short answer text window)
The priority(s) my club should adopt in the future:
A.1. The ideal membership size for my club would be: *
B.1. An action that my club needs to adopt to assure high quality Meetings and Programs" is *
C.1. An action that my club needs to adopt to assure high quality Vocational Service initiatives is *
D.1. An action that my club needs to adopt to assure high quality Community Service initiatives is *
E.1. An action that my club needs to adopt to assure high quality Youth Service initiatives is. *
F.1. An action that my club needs to adopt to assure high quality International Service initiatives is *
G.1. A potential Fund Raising effort my club should adopt to support club goals is *
H.1. An action my club should adopt to reflect positive support of The Rotary Foundation is *
I.1. My club should adopt the following technique to "tell our story to the community" is *
J.1. In my view, the highest priority for my Rotary club's future should be *
Rotary International Mission Statement
The Mission of Rotary International, a world-wide association of Rotary Clubs, is to provide service to others, promote high ethical standards, advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through its fellowship of business, professional and community leaders.

This Mission Statement creates a context for all Rotary planning initiatives.

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