RLI Part 1 – The Rotarian

“The formation of a new club brings change to the old club, forces the existing club to look at its “conventionalities” and often brings about positive change. A newly created club forces its “older” club to become better.  Everyone benefits – the community, Rotary International, new members and existing members – from the formation of new Rotary clubs.”
                      Paul P. Harris, In his address to the 1930 Rotary International Convention

Welcome & Introduction to RLI

Topics covered in Part I include:

1. Insights to Leadership

As a Rotarian, I am, by definition, a leader. Join us as we explore the characteristics of leadership, motivational techniques, and leadership styles. How do I best lead?

2. My Rotary World

As a Rotarian, I am part of a worldwide organization of like-minded people. Take some time to truly understand the purpose and structure of Rotary. Can these resources help me?

3. Ethics – Vocational Service

I am ethical, recognize and promote ethics in others, and seek opportunities to serve through my vocation. You can see that I am a Rotarian.

4. Foundation I – Our Foundation

I am “doing good” in my local community and around the world. Learn about the basic goals and programs of our Foundation. I am a force for good in the world!

5. Engaging Members

I make my club and Rotary stronger by my active participation. Engaged club members have fun, make friends, and effectively serve. This is why I joined Rotary!

6. Creating Service Projects

I am a vital part of a worldwide service organization of business, professional and community leaders meeting needs in communities. I can build, run and promote service.