TOP 10 Publications for Membership Development
An eight-page brochure produced by Rotary International outlining Rotary and its many projects. Great for prospective and new members. It also comes in a snappy multi-media version, just perfect as a link on club websites.
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Tried and true techniques for recruting and retaining members. It was written by Rotarians in District 9780 and is a great place to go when you've just run out of ideas, or you think you've tried everything.
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This monthly newsletter is packed with ideas for membership development and growth, and includes great information from clubs. To subscribe email Noel Travaskis: email@example.com
This is a quick and easy summary of all the Rotary International publications and resources for membership and club development.
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A perfect filler for meetings, conferences and other events. Rotary Video Magazine contains short, professionally produced videos about a host of Rotary projects across all areas of service.
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This brochure, available from Rotary International's online shop, is a complilation of informative articles about Rotary history and projects. Partciularly suitable for prospective and new members, or event the older members!
Rotary International's Club Assessment Tools are a great starting point, and a companion to teh Membership Development Resource Guide. The tools provide survey-like resources to assess member satisfaction, club diversity and classification diversity. It even contains an exit survey for resigning members.
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Despite its 40 pages, this is an easy to read guide for clubs wishing to get serious about membership development and growth.
Rotary International Website: Type: Membership Development Resource Guide in the search bar.
A 'one-stop shop' for all Rotary International membership material. If you're not sure what you're looking for, this is a great place to start. It also has fantastic, up-to-date membership data - perfect as a filler in a club bulletin!
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Rotary International also produces a regular email membership newsletter containing development ideas, tips and tools. It regularly features the latest Rotary research, strategies to atttract members, and tips to retain existing members. Subscribe via 'Member Access' on www.rotary.org
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