Assessing your club
egular assessment is essential to maintaining effective club operations. Assessment tools help identify opportunities to make your club more relevant to its members and the community.
Community Assessment Tools
(PDF) helps clubs assess their community’s strengths and weaknesses as an important first step in planning an effective service project.
The Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs
(Word) helps clubs assess their current state, establish goals, and monitor the achievement of goals throughout the year.
Retention Model Workbook (PDF) offers tools that clubs and districts can use to identify their current retention strengths and weaknesses.
The Termination Profile (PDF) displays the amount of time members remain in a club before terminating their membership. Knowing these trends can help a club tailor their retention strategies.
Planning and implementation
Once your assessment is complete, be sure to take action on the findings. Construct a plan that includes strategies to achieve goals and available resources. Include human resources such as:
- Assistant governors
- Past district governors
- Club leaders and members
- District committee members
- RI and Foundation committees and resource groups
Develop a step-by-step action plan that includes:
- Target completion dates
- Follow-through procedures
- Responsible parties