Analysing the results of your survey

Site: Rotary District 9675 My Learning
Course: Club management
Book: Analysing the results of your survey
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Date: Saturday, 21 May 2022, 12:22 PM

1. Your club experience

While some members leave for logistical reasons, many leave because of a lack of engagement, an inflexible club culture or other unmet expectations, all of which affect a member’s experience. If members are not having a good experience, your club is at risk of losing them. Look at the boxes left unchecked and consider implementing those suggestions as well as these:

Problem Area

Solutions

Club meetings

Rotary experience beyond the  club


2. Service and socials

Clubs that have inadequate social or service opportunities are at risk of losing members who don’t feel connected or empowered. The good news is that these deficiencies can be remedied in fun and rewarding ways. Look at the boxes left unchecked and consider implementing those suggestions as well as these:

Problem area

Solution

Opportunities for service

Quality of projects

Social activities

    • Put one or two members in charge of organizing socials throughout the year.
    • Join a Rotary Fellowship.

Leadership


3. Members

Clubs that have deficiencies in membership are at risk of becoming outdated, dull, and less valuable to their members and community. Fortunately, there are many tools available that are proven to give results. Look at the boxes left unchecked and consider implementing those suggestions as well as these:

Problem area

Solutions

Member diversity

Professional diversity

Stagnant or declining membership

Members leaving

Orientation and Rotary knowledge

Offer new member orientation, leadership development, and ongoing learning opportunities with Rotary’s Learning Center.


4. Image

Clubs that don’t have a visible presence in their community are at risk of minimizing their impact or being perceived asirrelevant. Rotary has resources that can help. Look at the boxes left unchecked and consider implementing those suggestions as well as theses:


Problem area

Solutions

Community awareness

Outdated materials

Online presence

    • Find a tech-savvy member to create and manage your club website and social media pages.
    • Take the social media course in the Learning Center.
    • Use Rotary Images (in the Brand Center) and Rotary videos, as well as images and videos of your own members.
    • Share your projects on Rotary Showcase

Marketing expertise



5. Business and operations

Clubs that don’t have skilled members in leadership roles or that neglect member needs are at risk of becoming ineffective and obsolete, and losing their members as a result. There are plenty of remedies for clubs that want to thrive. Look at the boxes left unchecked and consider implementing those suggestions as well as these:

Problem area

Solution

Planning and goal setting

Innovation

    • Ask members for input using the Member Satisfaction Survey, and try their ideas. If they’re successful, edit your club bylaws accordingly
    • Use templates in the Brand Center to create your own materials.

Processes

Leadership

    • Find tips and resources in Lead Your Club: President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
    • Offer leadership development opportunities and promote self-paced learning with Rotary’s Learning Center

 Managing funds

Managing your club on My Rotary