Understanding why members leave

Title of the tool UNDERSTANDING WHY MEMBERS LEAVE Short description Ask the resigning member if he or she is willing to take a confidential exit survey. The purpose of the survey is to determine whether there are problems that should be addressed to help prevent further losses of valued members and to improve the club for others. Language of the tool English Aim(s) Use this Exit Survey to determine why your members leave and start a conversation about what your club can do to retain members in the future. Target group All Kiwanis......

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Meet your prospective members

Title of the tool MEET YOUR PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS Short description “Make it easy for each person to join any Kiwanis club .” That is written as one of the main priorities in the strategic plan of Kiwanis International. In this discussion game, we have identified several potential members of the community to approach for membership in your club.  Language of the tool English Aim(s) To call for member’s attention that as Kiwanians we should be more open and more active in terms of new member recruitment. Target group All Kiwanis Members Kiwanis Club......

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Online voting solutions

Title of the tool ONLINE VOTING SOLUTIONS Short description Online voting systems are software platforms used to securly conduct votes and elections.  Online voting is more convenient and it’s also more private. It costs less to implement and maintain. It is a faster method for voting and for counting votes. It has the ability to motivate more voting activity and it can readily allow a more inclusive process, by providing ballots for individuals in different languages and greater accessibility features. Language of the tool English Aim(s) To introduce some differen web-based online voting......

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Single purpose clubs - LGBTQ+ clubs

Title of the tool SINGLE PURPOSE CLUBS – LGBTQ+ CLUBS Short description An LGBTQ+ focused club is a Kiwanis club that focuses on raising awareness and providing support to youth who identify as LGBTQ+ who are facing homelessness, bullying, thoughts of suicide or mental health issues, isolation from their families, and physical, sexual and drug abuse. The club is for individuals that identify along the LGBTQ+ spectrum and for allies, family, friends, and supporters of LGBTQ+ youth. Language of the tool English Aim(s) This tool serves as an inspiration for exsiting and/ or......

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Single purpose clubs - Area virtual club

Title of the tool SINGLE PURPOSE CLUBS – AREA VIRTUAL CLUBS Short description An area virtual club is a Kiwanis Club that is available for all persons interested in Kiwanis who are unable or unwilling to join a club that meets in person, whether because of life circumstances, distance from another club or difficulties getting around congested roads. Some types of areas are suggested here, but the possibilities are limited only by the imagination of Kiwanians like you.  Language of the tool English Aim(s) This tool serves as an inspiration for exsisting and......

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ENGAGE EXISTING MEMBERS

Title of the tool ENGAGE EXISTING MEMBERS Short description The key to keeping members engaged is making them feel valued and appreciated. Clarify expectations from members. Assess your club experience by asking feedback from your members. Language of the tool English Aim(s) It provides clubs with ideas on how to keep members engaged whether they do service for a longer time or they have just joined Kiwanis. Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Young Kiwanians (Youth professionals & others) Category of the tool ☑ Membership, Growth, Engagement Tool......

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Rumor versus reality

Title of the tool RUMOR VERSUS REALITY Short description This is a discussion method to talk about some misunderstandings that exist in Kiwanis about club life, for example that clubs always need to gather together at the same time and date, and that this can be never changed. Language of the tool English  Aim(s) To clear out some misunderstandings about Kiwanis, its traditions, and what is possible and not in Kiwanis. Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Kiwanis District/Nation Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Division Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Europe Leadership......

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Leadership guide 2020

Title of the tool LEADERSHIP GUIDE 2020 Short description The leadership guide 2020 of Kiwanis International for club leaders. Language of the tool English  Aim(s) With this guide, all club leaders can learn how to run a club and how to act in the specific functions of club president, secretary, treasurer, committee member. Description Table of content ABOUT KIWANIS Kiwanis international strategic plan Club strategic plan Kiwanis Children’s Fund Service Leadership Programs Signature projects CLUB PRESIDENT What do I do as Kiwanis club president? Club committees and their leadership          Club president’s planning conference ......

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Aktion clubs: the basics

Title of the tool AKTION CLUBS: THE BASICS Short description Frequently Asked Questions and answers about Kiwanis Aktion Clubs. Language of the tool English Aim(s) To provide information about the Aktion clubs to sponsor clubs, coaches, club presidents. Target group ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Kiwanis District/Nation Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Division Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Europe Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Trainers & Experts Category of the tool ☑ Training, Skills & Leadership Development☑ Membership, Growth, Engagement Tool topics ☑ New club opening ☑ Organisational management Tool types ☑ Background text Behind the tool Corporate office......

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Risk management

Title of the tool RISK MANAGEMENT Short description While planning fundraisers and activities, your club will want to keep an eye toward safety to avoid accidents. Some activities inherently involve some risk. With others, the risks aren’t as obvious. There’s a lot to know about risk management: what is covered by insurance and what is excluded, what activities beg a waiver, and how to report a claim if an accident does occur. Language of the tool English  Aim(s) Use these tools to educate yourself and others on how to physically protect participants and......

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