Membership Matters Morning Forum
Grow membership, grow capacity.
Tools to make it all happen.
Want to grow your clubs’ membership?
Post COVID we have an opportunity.
People are looking for US. For community.
How do we find them? Keep them? Motivate them?
Find out at this exciting forum.
Short attention span? The morning will consist of 15 minute sessions with breaks and discussion in between.
All welcome. Members, executive, membership keeners, Rotary big wigs, newbies and senior members.
“Attracting young people” Take home great ideas to attract younger members.
DR. BILL WITTICH
Past President of the Rotary Club of Laguna Sunrise
Assistant Governor for District 5180
Bill is also a speaker and author in the field of non-profit management. He travels an average of 100 days a year speaking to professional associations and Rotary clubs. His doctorate is from the University of Southern California and he has authored eight books in the association and non-profit field.
The Impact of the Value Alignment Interview. They’ve expressed interest in the club, we welcomed them in, and then they chose to leave rather quickly, creating the revolving door effect. We’ll discuss the impact of the value alignment interview to create clarity that is beneficial to all concerned.
Rotary Coordinator | Zone 26/27
The Rotary Club of Nampa
Rotary District 5400 (Idaho and Oregon)
New Member Prospecting Advice. Who can be a Rotarian? How do we find them? Fresh thinking for new times.
District 5020 Governor Elect
Rotary Membership’s Past and future. Lorna’s surprising start is inspirational for us all when we look for new members.
District 5020 Governor
“EZ Peezee Membership Growth.” Get advice on satellite clubs and new membership types such as Family & Corporate memberships.”
MARILYN R HOPPEN
Rotary Club of Gig Harbor Midday.
District Membership Chair, District 5020
“Engaging new and existing members”. Grow loyalty and retain your new and more senior members by ensuring they are active and engaged.
District 5020 Assistant Governor
.. and that’s not all!