This is the second installment in a multi-part series devoted to an easily implemented membership development plan. The first post is here. Following this step-wise process virtually assures successful club growth. Step 3 Generate leads. Hold a club assembly. Ask each member to bring their smart phone and stack of business cards they have collected… Continue reading Membership—Part 2
Advertisers know well that colors, images, typography and logos impact our impression of a company and ultimately the value of a brand. What stories are these images telling? The updated Rotary logos, typeface, colors and People of Action images tell a true story, that Rotary is a modern, effective and active… Continue reading What’s Your Story?
I LOVE PETS! Pets, have been an important part of my life since I was a child and have included reptiles, fish, cats, dogs, chickens and guinea fowl! This time last year, we picked up our new American Hairless Terrier puppy from the breeder. I love Gracie, but she’s not the sort of pet I’m… Continue reading It’s PETS Time Again!
Membership Toolkit–Step 2 In Step 2 of the Membership Toolkit, we examine the benefits of being a member of the Kerr Tar Rotary Club. If you haven’t already done so, please complete Step 1—Contact List and develop a list of potential Rotarians. People buy things and join organizations, not because it is logical, but rather… Continue reading I Feel Good!
Membership Toolkit–Step 1 During Rotary training this weekend, we learned that the typical Rotary club member attrition rate is about 15% and new member acquisition averages 12%. This means that most Rotary clubs are losing members. It was also mentioned that most members leave during the first 3 years of joining a club. As discussed… Continue reading Houston, We Have a Problem!
I became Rotary club President by accident. The President-Elect stepped down just weeks before taking office, leaving me to assume the role a year before I expected. I was frankly overwhelmed. I’d been a Rotarian for just a year and a half and didn’t feel like I knew enough about Rotary to lead the club. … Continue reading It Made ALL the Difference!