This week we will hear from Dr. Barry Thompson, our stalwart member and District Grants Chair, on how we can improve our club through the many resources of District 7620 and Rotary International.
Paul Arveson will continue his planning sessions this week.
Here’s an outline of what he will cover.
Last week we did an analysis of our stakeholders–who are they, where are the boundaries of our club, and what do our stakeholders need from us. The club was divided into four groups to come up with a list of current stakeholders and possibilities.
This week we’ll be working on “Improvement Objectives”:
Paul will also cover guidance on writing objectives, including putting them on stickers, moving them to a flip chart, and creating a map that we can use. It should be fun!
Carmela guided us through several Rotary websites and how to access them. Here are the highlights:
This is the international Rotary website, which has enormous amounts of information on Rotary’s international programs. One section of the site is called “MyRotary” and allows members to check their membership status. Existing members can access by using their email address to register and create a profile. Our club has a dashboard with basic information about the club.
This is the website for the district. Includes the District Governor’s newsletter, regional events, and other news.
This is a membership database used by the District. You can access this by using your membership number printed on the Rotary Magazine label. The system connects with Rotary International’s membership system and has additional features for club management.
This is our club website, managed by Lasse Syversen’s company, Flagship. The site has sections on the club membership, services, a photo gallery of our events, and an archive of our newsletters
Our newest web feature is a shared Google site for board documents, and other information. Access is through email@example.com