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Rotary Leadership Institute

The purpose of the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is to strengthen your club and strengthen your life through sharing experiences and ideas with other Rotarians throughout the region.

Every incoming President should complete RLI before taking office.  That will make his or her year the best it can be. 

Click on the following for more information:

http://www.rli33.org/

RLI Schedule of Dates

Click on the link below for a list of days to choose from between now and May 2019 in NC, SC, TN, VA, MD and WV. RLI will be in our District on January 12, 2019 in Kannapolis, and April 6, 2019 in Mooresville.

The Annual RLI meeting & faculty training (which is normally in Cary) will also be in Kannapolis starting at 1PM Friday, January 11th and ending around 5 on Saturday.  Anyone who has graduated from RLI can attend the training and become a faculty member. 

We also added a mini RLI (Part 1 only) in Sparta in March.  This is a first for us!

But there are many other fun places too. Check them out:

 

http://www.rli33.org/wp-content/uploads/Schedule-2018-2019-Oct-31-2018.pdf

 

What is RLI?

RLI is a three-Part non-consecutive basic course in both Rotary knowledge and leadership skills. In addition to specific Rotary knowledge and skills, most of the RLI sessions have a leadership component. Each Part lasts from roughly 8:30 to 4:00. To become an RLI graduate, you must complete all three Parts on three different days. 

RLI is a grassroots coalition of Rotary districts implementing a leadership development program for "potential" leaders of Rotary Clubs. Established in 1992, RLI has become a worldwide organization with divisions in every Continent of the world. Most Rotarians have not been exposed to the great scope of Rotary around the world and have not considered what leadership skills are necessary to move Rotary forward. Rotary Club leaders must know the evolution of Rotary, its current status and activities in the world, and have a vision for what Rotary can be in the future. RLI is designed to help provide this.

The expectation of RLI is to have clubs identify those with the potential for future club leadership and send them to RLI courses at club expense. All member clubs may send any club Rotarian to RLI courses and any Rotarian may attend any course at his/her own initiative.

Curriculum (subject to change)

PART I

 

PART II

 

PART III

The Roots of Rotary

 

Strategic Planning

 

Public Image & Public Relations

My Club and beyond

 

Team Building

 

Effective Leadership Strategies

Engaging Members

 

Rotary and Ethics

 

International Service

Our Foundation

 

Targeted Service

 

Club Communications

Creating Service Projects

 

Attracting Members

 

Vocational Service & Expectations

 

You can review the course materials for each Part by going to the bottom of this page and clicking on the Part you wish to see.

RLI CONTACT
Contact RLI Coordinator Georgia Oakes at georgiaoakes@gmail.com or 704.701.0135. Help retain new members by budgeting them to attend Part 1 of RLI.

 

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