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What is Visioning and Why is it Important for my Club?

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John Channon

Visioning is a process in which 10-25 members of your Club come together and follow a standardized process of developing priorities for a 3 year plan for your Club.  The process is run by trained facilitators and can be conducted in person or virtually.  The process is aligned with Rotary International's 4 strategic priorities and guides you to a prioritized list for which you will build master plans and action plans for your Clubs for the next 3 years.  The process builds consensus, consistency and continuity for your Club to maintain focus and make decisions.  Attend to learn more.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Learn how Visioning positively impacts Clubs

  2. Learn how the Visioning process works

  3. Understand the tools available for implementation

John Channon

District 5960 Vision Facilitation Team Leader

John spent 25 years in the Specialty Chemicals business before starting his own Professional Business and Executive Coaching business 8 years ago.  He is a trained IVFC Vision Facilitator and has conducted over 70 Vision Facilitation sessions with Rotary Clubs in District 5960.  John is a member of the White Bear Lake Rotary Club and joined Rotary in 2015 in order to have an opportunity to give back to his community.

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