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March 2015 | Training Rotary leaders around the world
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Join us at the São Paulo convention!

The 2015 Rotary International Convention in São Paulo, Brazil, will feature more than 80 breakout sessions, each of them a great opportunity to learn from fellow Rotary members and make new friends. Check out the preliminary schedule.And remember: You can register at a discounted rate through 31 March.
If you’re a past, current, or incoming RI officer, you’re also eligible to attend the International Institute, 4- 5 June. Learn more and register.
Professional development available in the Learning Center

Are you looking to build your skills for your next Rotary role? Do you need tips on running a webinar? Would you like to know how to propose legislation to change Rotary policy? The Learning Center has what you’re looking for. Browse the catalog for available courses or watch a demo.

Read more about what the Learning Center has to offer.

Membership Matters!
Part 4 of the Membership Matters! webinar series — Membership Engagement: The Key to Retention — will be offered this month. The five-part series highlights best practices, trends, and activities to help your club expand and retain its membership. This webinar, presented in English, will focus on member engagement as a path to retention.
Space is limited to 500 attendees, so register today:
Wednesday, 25 March, 10:00-11:00 Chicago time (UTC-5); check your local time.

REGISTER FOR CONVENTION BY 31 MARCH & SAVE
Rotary International

Don’t miss your last chance to save on registration fees for the Rotary Convention, happening 6-9 June in São Paulo.



SEE WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER

Rotary’s 2013-14 annual report shows what we can accomplish when members are active in their clubs and service projects.

Training tip

How to close your session powerfully

Consultants at the Bob Pike Group have advice on ending your training session in a focused, powerful way. In their recent article on CORE (closers, openers, revisiters, and energizers), they remind us, “Your course should end just as strongly as it began.” They offer these steps to bring the learning full circle and end with a purpose:
  1. Allow for reflection and action planning.
  2. Celebrate good times (with prizes, certificates, recognition of various kinds).
  3. Tie things together.
  4. Use the power of positivity.
Do you have a training tip to share? Tell us at learn@rotary.org.

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