Why Organization's Fail

Organization failure begins at the top. Rotary did not stop growing because people were not interested in joining local Rotary clubs. The number of people joining Rotary clubs proves that. It stopped growing because its leaders assumed it was in the business of supplying humanitarian services rather than in the business of creating Rotarians; they were product oriented instead of member oriented.

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Inactive Rotarians - A Hidden Resource

Would you write off 20% of your newer clients or customers every year without discovering why they were leaving?  Read Zone 34 Jim Henry's latest Rotatorial.


Monday, May 9, 2011

The Only True Measure of an Effective Club is its ability to Attract and Retain Members!

Why isn’t our worldwide membership increasing? Could our Presidential Citation and Governor’s Award practices be part of the problem? To read an easy to implement solution, click here.

The Rotary Retention Fix

Listed on a one page reference chart, a one paragraph synopsis of the membership retention crisis in Rotary, and then 10 easy-to-do ideas for your club targeted to address those retention issues and to meet the expectations of Newer Members.
Click here to download and print the ideas from Zone 33 Rotary Coordinator Bevin Wall

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Why Wait to Improve Membership Retention?


“The Only Pillars of an Effective Club are the Members who Advance the Object of Rotary" discusses a simple method clubs and/or districts can use to track membership retention and recruitment while emphasizing that the essence of an effective club is its members. The Excel spreadsheet used in the article’s examples is readily available and easy to use. -'Click here to read and download 'The Only Pillars - - -'