The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a series of fast-paced, interactive, one day courses offered to increase a Rotarian’s base of knowledge in Rotary and strengthen their leadership skills. The courses are fun, topical, and geared toward active Rotarians who want to be more effective leaders in their clubs. Download the brochure.
What Will I Learn?
Structured as three one- day courses, RLI progresses through Parts I, II, and III. Those completing Part I move on to Part II, and so on. Courses provide a broad range of Rotary knowledge and skills. Examples include: Creating Hands On Service Projects, Public Relations, International Service, Membership Development, Rotary Leadership, and many others.
How Is Material Presented?
RLI training offers interactive and collaborative learning sessions including discussion groups, group challenges, and problem solving sessions. A course workbook is provided to each student.
Why Should I Attend?
Thinking of joining a club committee, temporary task force, or accepting a leadership role in your club? RLI training helps you be more effective and successful in your club endeavors.
When and Where?
Courses are held within District 6560, but club members may take a course offered in any district and location.
Who Are the Faculty?
Carefully selected by District 6560 leadership, many faculty are present and past R.I. directors, district governors, presidents and those experienced in special areas of Rotary.
How Do I Sign Up?
Go to www.hoa-rli.org. Select the RLI Events tab, then the correct session and date for District 6560. All sessions (I, II, and III) are taught on the same day. The current course fee is $50 (recently reduced) and is commonly paid by your club. This includes the facility use, training materials, and breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
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