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All Things Rotary: A CDS Podcast

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Each episode, host Nick Taylor brings together voices from around the Rotary world to find a new approach to All Things Rotary.
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Policies are sometimes seen as a roadblock for clubs, but did you know that they can actually be a road map to change? Putting it in writing solidifies the current needs of Rotary members, and gives us a course for the future. On this month's episode, we discuss the Council on Legislation, the event where updates to our governance documents are made. Most exciting of all, we learn how you, as a member of Rotary, play a crucial part in creating these changes.Guests:Wyn Spiller, member of the Rotary Club of Grass Valley, California, USA and Council Trainer, COL 2022Sarah Christensen, RI Staff: Supervisor, Council ServicesHost: Nick Taylor, CDS Associate Officer Producer: Sarah Steacy, CDS Associate OfficerContributor: John Hannes, CDS Senior Officer
We can all agree that service is truly the heart of Rotary. In celebration of the new Rotary year and RI President Shekhar’s theme, Serve to Change Lives, we are kicking off Season 2 of All Things Rotary to hear about 3 service projects, organized in distinctly different ways. First, a district-wide project in Orange County, California, followed by a multi-club project from two clubs in Kent, Washington, and a single club project from the Rotary Club of Chilliwack. While all these projects utilized different leadership methods, one thing is clear—they were a success. We can’t wait for you to take a listen and feel inspired, too!Host: Nick Taylor - Club and District Support Associate OfficerGuests:District Project:Marc Aarons, PDG 5320, Rotary Club of Orange County Digital, CA, USA Two Club project: Kate Matos, Rotary Club of Kent, WA, USAAlex Brown, Rotary Club of Kent Sunrise, WA, USADavid Mitchell, Rotary Club of Kent Sunrise, WA, USASingle club project:Shelley MacDonell, Rotary Club of Chilliwack, BC, CanadaProducer: Sarah Steacy - Club and District Support Associate OfficerTranscription done by John Hannes - Club and District Senior Officer
When is the last time your club updated its bylaws? 1 year? 2 years? 5 years? No matter how long it has been, it is always a good idea to update them periodically to align with RI’s policy and what you are actually doing as a club. Join us for a conversation on how your club can update its bylaws to match the needs of your members. Host: Nick Taylor – Club and District Support Associate Officer Guests:Christian Rietzke – Member of the Rotary Club of Metro New York CityGregory Franks – Member of the Rotary Club of Skokie Valley and Senior Supervisor, Club and District Support  Producer: Sarah Steacy – Club and District Support Associate Officer
Ever wonder what CDS means and what our team does? Join us for our 5th episode for a conversation with two fellow CDS officers. You will learn more about what Club and District Support is, debunk some Rotary myths, and clarify how we can work with you! Host: Nick Taylor  Guests:  Alicia Pijal-Avila John Hannes Producer: Sarah Steacy
With so many different club models available, it is easy to forget the impact a satellite club can have. Join us for a conversation about how Satellite Clubs can be a foundation for accessibility and opportunity for new members to Rotary.Host: Nick Taylor, Club and District Support Associate OfficerGuests:Andile Songo, member of the Rotary Club of Indianapolis and founding member of the soon to be Rotary Satellite Club of Indianapolis WestJeff Lake, member of the Rotary Club of Indianapolis and Assistant GovernorAndrez Perez, Club and District Support Associate OfficerProducers:Sarah Steacy, Club and District Support Associate OfficerJohn Hannes, Club and District Support Senior Officer
Whether you've been a club leader, or are about to be one, you've probably been asked over and over to add and edit your goals and achievements in Rotary Club Central. But... what is the point of it all? In this month's episode, find out why entering goals on Rotary Club Central is more than just an administrative task for your club.Host: Nick Taylor, Club and District Support Associate Officer Guests:Linda Morris, Club Secretary of the Rotary Club of Calgary Fish Creek, Alberta, Canada Mary Turner, Governor of 5360 and member of the Rotary Club of Olds, Alberta, CanadaSophie Dangerfield, Club and District Support OfficerProducers: Sarah Steacy, Club and District Support Associate OfficerAndrez Perez, Club and District Support Associate OfficerJohn Hannes, Club and District Support Senior Officer
In this month’s episode, host Nick Taylor sits down with Giselle Holder, Club President of the Rotary Club of Maraval, Trinidad and Tobago, and Club and District Support (CDS) officer, Marni Nixon. They discuss how tracking club attendance might not be the soul indicator in determining member engagement.
In our pilot episode, join host, Nick Taylor in conversation with a Brian Rusch, charter president of the Rotary Club of Global Action District 5150, and fellow RI staff on how you can actually start a Rotary Club.
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