What is it ?
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a series of leadership courses offered in three full-day modules (Modules I, II, III). The courses are designed to provide Rotary knowledge and to develop leadership skills for Rotary clubs.
 
RLI is fun, interactive, participatory and uses skilled faculty and facilitation techniques to make the experience valuable and enjoyable.
 
Why Rotary Leadership Institute ?

Why Register? 

These modules are a wonderful learning opportunity for you to share and explore best management practices while providing a great opportunity for fellowship.

 RLI is structured to not only provide new Rotarians with an effective orientation but also aspiring leaders with an excellent foundation for success.
 
 

Who Should Register? 

RLI is perfect for new Rotarians, current Rotarians who wish to increase their knowledge of Rotary and Rotarians interested in leadership positions at the club and district levels
 

Learning Pods in a Location Near You

In order to help make registering for training more convenient, a number of training teams have been established throughout the district.  These learning pods include:
  • Calgary – Airdrie – Chestermere
  • Lethbridge – Pincher Creek – Raymond – Fort MacLeod – Cardston
  • Cochrane – Canmore – Banff
  • High River – Okotoks
  • Medicine Hat – Swift Current – Kindersley – Brooks
  • Red Deer – Steller – Lacombe – Drumheller – Sylvan Lake – Rocky Mountain House – Ponoka
  • Olds – Innisfail
     
Modules are offered at multiple times throughout the year in different locations in the district. 
 

What is the cost?

$50.00 per module which is normally picked up by your club
 

What are you waiting for?

To register go to the District web site: www.rotary5360.ca/Events/Calendar
 
 
Meet your RLI Team

RLI Facilitators

Jane Audet – Jane is involved with RLI because someone she respected asked her followed by people encouraging her.  She believes in the courses and getting Rotarians together.
 
Leslie Biles - Leslie is involved with RLI because she enjoys sharing her love of Rotary and helping her fellow Rotarians realize the amazing number of opportunities that exist in the Rotary World.
Harry Clark - The reason I'm involved with RLI is that when I joined Rotary (just 2 years ago) my sponsor strongly recommended that I attend RLI training to get a good understanding of Rotary.  I gained so much from the training and want to encourage others to get involved too.
 
Glenn Dmetrichuk - photo not available.
Wally Gardiner - The Rotary Leadership Institute imparts leadership skills to Rotarians, particularly new Rotarians who have the potential to be leaders, mentors and motivators in the Rotary organisation. It gives members a better understanding of what Rotary does in the world and encourages them to expand their knowledge and skill sets.
 
Craig Henderson – Craig is involved with RLI to share his passion for Rotary with others, as RLI opens the door to the incredible wealth of opportunities available in the Rotary world.
 
David Holden - David joined RLI as he found it an exciting way to meet other Rotarians from other clubs and facilitate discussions about Rotary with his experience coming from the several different perspectives that he has enjoyed in three different clubs in three different districts.  It is one of the ways he feels he can give back to the Rotary world that gives so much back to our world.  
Rick Istead – Rick is involved with RLI because of the people you get to meet and those aha moments you get to experience when they’ve just learned something new about Rotary the organisation and the impact it’s having on making the world a better place.
Jim Jenkinson – Rotary provides you every opportunity possible to develop yourself into a more valued community member both personally and professionally.  At the same time, you have an opportunity, through RLI, to acquire more insights about Rotary and be better prepared to deliver on our commitment as Rotarians for “service above self”.  What an incredible “win-win” opportunity this is.
Karen Keech - Karen looks on RLI as an opportunity for Rotarians to better understand the full impact of Rotary both locally and globally. RLI offers Rotarians a chance to talk with each other and exchange information about what is happening within their club.
 
Kurt Kowalchuk - Rotary has given me so much. I felt that facilitating was one way that I could giveback to Rotary. Like many things in Rotary, I get more than I give. Besides the feeling of satisfaction that passing on my knowledge gives me, there is also meeting new friends.
Mary Ann Kyllo – As a new Rotarian, I found the 3 RLI modules to be a great way to learn about Rotary and to meet people that shared the same kind of visions and goals as my own. Stepping up to be a facilitator, means I get to continue to learn about Rotary and to develop relationships with even more awesome Rotarians.
 
Hal Knox – Hal got involved with RLI initially to learn more about Rotary; now it is to share the potential of Rotary with others.
 
Carol Kundrik – photo not available.
 
Eva LeBlanc - photo not available.
Fran Leggett
Tamara L. McCarron – Tamara is involved with RLI because she enjoys meeting and working with other Rotarians who have an interest in leading Rotary into the future.
Manon Mitchell - Manon is passionate about Rotary and loves sharing the Rotary experience with others. Manon believes that Rotary is an incredible service organisation with a lot to offer to those who wish to make a difference in the world!
 
Hank Popoff - photo not available. 
 
Carol Rosdobutko - photo not available. 
Karen Shepherd - Karen loves Rotary and wants to help others learn more about it, grow and develop themselves in it and appreciate all the tremendous opportunities Rotary brings us.
 
Cory Tretiak - photo not available. 
Darren Williams - photo not available. 
Joyce Zwick – Joyce joined the RLI team because she is a strong proponent of literacy of all kinds and thoroughly enjoys seeing people learn.