Originally posted by Scott Tarkenton.
Rotary Zone 33 hosted the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) in Cary, NC on Saturday January 10th. The program, which offers Rotary education and training, was attended by 3 North Raleigh club members.
Mike Wienold, Scott Tarkenton and Mathew Kane all attended the RLI program in Cary. RLI is a three part program (Level 1, 2, 3), each level taking a deeper dive into Rotary leadership development topics. Courses were fun and interactive. They are geared toward business, professional and community leaders who want to be more effective leaders in their vocation and club. They are also recommended for Rotarians of all knowledge ranges, from new to veteran Rotarians who want to make more of their Rotary membership.
The day started at 8:30 am with registration, followed by a continental breakfast and fellowship. The approximately 100 Rotarians present then broke into their respective classes to start the day’s interactive training. Except for lunch, and a couple short breaks, everyone was actively engaged in the learning process until 4 pm. Lunch was also a great time to network with Rotarians from other clubs.
Mike completed RLI Level 1, while Scott and Mathew completed RLI Level 2. Once all three levels are completed, RLI graduates are invited to join RLI faculty as instructors.
For more information about the Rotary Leadership Institute in Zone 33, visit them on the web: