Leadership Skills

What does it take to be a leader with Rotary? Join us and make a difference with your leadership skills.

Integrity, expertise, and a commitment to service”all the qualities that make Rotary members extraordinary.  We look for these qualities in all our leadership positions, including our elected President and Board of Directors, who lead Rotary International, our appointed Trustee Chair and Board of Trustees, who run The Rotary Foundation, and our General Secretary and executive staff, who provide long-term oversight of the organization.

Members of each Rotary club elect their own leadership.

Rotary connects business and community leaders who discover and celebrate diverse perspectives to create positive change in our communities.

Leadership Skills - Marine RescueRotarians understand that each person makes a valuable contribution to a better society through daily activities in business or profession.

 

 

 

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Vocational – Learn New Skills

Vocational Service is frequently demonstrated by offering young people career guidance, occupational information and assistance in making vocational choices. Some clubs sponsor high school career conferences. Many clubs recognise the dignity of employment by honouring exemplary service of individuals working in their communities. Each year the Rotary Club of Ballina-on-Richmond holds a Vocational Service Award …

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Group Study Exchange Progam (GSE)

The club has hosted many international teams from around the world through the Group Study Exchange Program.  We have also sponsored a number of young professional, non-Rotarians to participate in an international educational, vocational and cultural exchange.  This program helps foster world understanding and acceptance of social differences between races. Group Study Exchange, an educational, …

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