What will your Rotary Club accomplish in the next five years? Who has the vision for consistency and continuity in programming and fundraising in your Club? A Club Visioning exercise will answer these questions – and many more – as part of District 6220’s Club Visioning process.
Club Visioning is long-range planning for Rotary Clubs. The objective is for individual Clubs to achieve year-to-year consistency and continuity in their programs and activities. At a Club’s invitation, facilitators will come to your Club and collaborate with up to 30 members to reach agreement about why your Club exists and where it is going.
At the end of the 4-hour exercise, the Club leadership achieves a vision of the Club – not as it is – but as it could become. The Club writes a long-range view of what it will look like, act like and be five years out.
Especially important is to gain a commitment from the President, President Elect and President Nominee; as well as the rest of the Board, relative to the outcomes listed below:
- What the Club stands for in the community that it serves
- The target membership size for the Club in five years
- Identification of the attributes the Club will have
- The top-three prioritized objectives for focusing efforts in each of the five Avenues of Service
- Recommendations for improvements in the Club’s leadership development
District 6220 has more than 20 trained Vision facilitators to assist Clubs. Keep in mind that Club Visioning is not a District or RI program – it is a process of other trained Rotarians facilitating a visioning process for your Club.
For more information or to schedule Club Vision facilitation:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Information Sheet (explaining expectations and process)
- Vision Presentation
Contact District Governor Diane M. Dappern at firstname.lastname@example.org or Visioning Chair Sue Malett-Morris at email@example.com