If you have not attended an RLI session, put that on your Rotary 2020 “To Do” list!
An RLI is scheduled in District 7545 on Saturday, February 29 at the BridgeValley Community and Technical College, 2001 Union Carbide Drive, in South Charleston.
Parts I, II & III will be offered. Breakfast, lunch and all materials is $95.00, and most clubs will reimburse RLI registration fee. Breakfast and Registration Check-in is 7:30 a.m. Classes promptly start at 9:00 a.m. Conclusion at 4:30 p.m.
The purpose of the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is to strengthen your club and strengthen your life. RLI is a learning experience in the areas of leadership, team building, planning, marketing, communication and organization.
Registration deadline is February 17 to adequately plan for lunch and prepare the materials.
The purpose of the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is to strengthen your club and strengthen your life. Rotary provides an opportunity for all of us to provide service to our community and throughout the world. (Service Above Self) With that service comes a learning experience in the areas of leadership, team building, planning, marketing, communication and organization. RLI provides an opportunity to enrich that learning through sharing experiences and ideas with other Rotarians throughout the region.
Rotary Leadership Institute training offers three parts of highly interactive leadership training, and traveling to other Districts offers insights into how other Rotary Clubs function. It’s well worth the effort to learn more about service projects and how clubs in different regions integrate with their communities.
Part I Part 1 of 3 of the Institute focuses on what being a ‘Rotarian’ really means. Courses include Insights Into Leadership, My Rotary, Engaging Members, Our Foundation, Ethics – Vocational Service, and Service Projects.
Part II Part 2 of 3 of the Institute focuses on how to be effective in your Rotary club. Courses include Strategic Planning & Analysis, Targeted Service, Club Communication, Team Building and Attracting Members. Part I is a prerequisite.
Part III Part 3 of 3 of the Institute builds on what you have learned in the prior parts and focuses on programs, techniques and collaboration essential to continue your ‘Rotary journey’. Courses include Public Image & Public Relations, Effective Leadership Strategies, International Service, Rotary Opportunities, Making a Difference, and Rotarians, Vocational Service and Expectations. Parts I and II are prerequisites to taking this Part III course.