Ok, you’re not a novice to leadership. But maybe you’re new to your particular leadership position. No sweat. When you step into your new role this October, be ready to take charge with Club Leadership Education. Whatever your office—secretary or president, treasurer or editor—Club Leadership Education offers position-specific training and a breakdown of job responsibilities and schedules to help you lead.
Sessions cover the nuts and bolts of each task, detailing procedures for conducting meetings, creating budgets and filing reports. Plan to invest a few hours, and you’ll learn the critical components of leading your club. You’ll also take home helpful Kiwanis-family materials—including the leadership guide, the go-to manual full of resources for success.
You don’t have to complete the education all at once; you can stop, come back later and pick up where you left off. You can also repeat sections at any time for refreshers or reference.
Been to Club Leadership Education before? This curriculum will be all new beginning in the 2013 Kiwanis year, and it’s conducted by representatives from your district who have been in your shoes. You’ll also meet peers and other club members who can provide support when you need ideas. Visit your district website for more information.
Mar 12 2012, 09:38 AM