What is Club Visioning?

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What is Club Visioning?
A Club Vision Facilitation is a four hour evening session (typically 5:00–9:00) that assists key leaders and interested members of a Rotary club in achieving
continuity, consistency and consensus. The facilitation session is intended for all interested Rotarians in your club—from your newest members to your most tenured.
The breadth and depth of the facilitation exercise is optimized when club leaders (past, present and future) and member opinion leaders participate. The District 5440 Vision Facilitation Team (3-4) typically commits approximately 25 hours of volunteer time to each event and therefore expects:
  1. Attendance at the event by present board members, the current president, president-elect, president-elect nominee, immediate past-
     president, and two other past-presidents. Their collective involvement is
     essential. Up to a total of 30 participants.
  1.  Participants to commit to the entire 4-hour exercise.
  1. The number of Rotarians committed to a session will be no less than 12 for smaller clubs but no more than 30 (to maintain the time schedule and allow fair and full input from all present). For clubs over 40 members, our team expects attendance to be between 25 and 30.  For clubs over 80, we expect 30 members in attendance. NOTE: Given that the Facilitation Team is volunteering their time and traveling to visit your club, the Team has the latitude to reschedule should the above criteria not be met.
  1.  Each club requesting Vision Facilitation will designate a “Club Coordinator” who will work with Jan Grack, District 5440 Vision Facilitation Coordinator providing all the information and direction individual Rotarians will need in preparation for the session. During the Vision Facilitation session, a team of facilitators (3-4) will lead an 8-Step process consisting of an overview presentation, a writing exercise, data collection, consensus voting and summary concluding with action plan development.