Webinars are virtual trainings generally one hour long that are conducted online with a group of participants and instructors. Participants use the Internet to connect the group members with the instructors. To register and login, participants are directed to an Internet address. Please review our Guide to Register/login.

Most webinars have one or two instructors and a moderator/host. Participants view a PowerPoint presentation and polling questions on their computer. They listen to the instructors either via their computer speakers or headset. The participants may use the phone for audio/speaking or a computer headset with microphone to interact in discussions and respond to questions asked by the instructors, similar to training conducted in a classroom. For more information read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Webinar Tutorial – How to Be a Participant

We invite you to experience an interactive tutorial on being a webinar participant. Upon finishing this tutorial you will be able to register, log in and actively participate in a webinar.

2013-2014 Webinars

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Webinar Description Dates/Times

Club Secretary Training
How to login, submit membership and service activity reports, and use club member data. Includes a discussion of club secretary responsibilities and a demonstration of the MyLCI website.

Intended Audience:
Current and incoming club secretaries

Club Treasurer Training
How to login, run reports, download club billing invoices and submit payments online. Includes a discussion of club treasurer responsibilities and a demonstration of the MyLCI website.

Intended Audience:
Current and incoming club treasurers

Zone Chairperson Training
Learn how the role of zone chairperson is vital to the support of clubs including coaching and motivating club leaders to dream and to set goals to achieve those dreams.

Intended Audience:
Current and incoming zone chairpersons

Club President: Leading and Managing
Opportunities and responsibilities of the club president, the traits of an effective leader, how to maintain connections with all club members and the path to club excellence.

Intended Audience:
Current and potential club presidents

LCI Ethics and the Role of the Leader
Overview of eight LCI ethical standards and the role of the Lion leader in ethics training and communication. Includes specific examples of the positive application of LCI ethics in sensitive club situations and a focus on election conduct.

Intended Audience:
All Lions

Leadership Resources on the Web
Participants take a tour of available materials and discover how web resources can assist club and district leaders/officers. Focus on the Leadership Resource Center and its role in developing the skills and knowledge of Lions leaders.

Intended Audience:
All Lions

The Dream Continues: Lionism as a Past District Governor
Webinar addresses the unique challenges and opportunities of Lion life after service as a District Governor.

Intended Audience:
Current and past district governors

Presentation Complete

You’ve been a Club President…What’s Next?
Explores district-level leadership opportunities including committees, chairperson opportunities and the zone chairperson role.

Intended Audience:
Current and past club presidents who want to explore district-level opportunities

Presentation Complete

Is it Your Dream to Become a District Governor?
Review the role and responsibilities of the district governor position. Learn about typical district level leadership development, opportunities and training.

Intended Audience:
Lions who are interested in the path to district governorship

Conflict Resolution
Webinar disarms the idea of conflict by revealing the benefits of conflict, the five typical ways conflict is managed, the pros and cons of various approaches and conflict management “best practices.

Intended Audience:
All Lions

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