Goals: A workshop designed to involve current, past and future leaders. New members and interested parties were also encouraged to attend
Description/Results: The sessions involved presentations by facilitators to engender input by participants identifying where leadership problems existed. Small groups were encouraged to discuss a zone meeting with problems and identify the best leadership style i.e. Autocratic, Democratic or Committee. The consensus was a sharing of an authoritarian/democratic leader was a best fit leader
Incoming Officers Training
Goals: To enhance the awareness of responsibilities as a leader at Club Level
Description/Results: The incoming Officers Traing sessions were renamed to Information Workshops. This tended to attract more interest by participants because they knew that they could participate in discussions and presentations. Percentage of offocers attending was a bit middle of the road but the feedback received supported the new format especially with revamped local Manuals. The manuals took the international manuals and localised the contents to suit the District
Harmony Himalayan International Leo Youth Camp - 2013
Goals: i) To create a platform for Nepali and International Leos to develop fellowship and become friends for life and partners in the career of Leoism. ii) To promote peace and harmony in the region as the camp embraces the theme of Harmony. iii) To convert the leadership learning into a concrete result that is the camp. iv) To prepare an environment for cultural exchange. v) To discuss upon various global agenda and brainstorm the ideas for the solution on ―think global, act local’ basis. vi) To prepare a Community Action Plan as a conclusion of the event.
Description/Results: We were successful to meet most of our goals and objectives of the conference. The event turned into a big family and such a wonderful environment of fellowship was created within those three days of camp and other outdoor activities. Different interactions and meetings were held to set up plans and strategies for working on the sector of peace and harmony in the region. Even in the event, there was participation from variety of background of Leos, Lions and guests and a beautiful harmonic sentiment was developed. They shared and promoted about their culture and traditions. Also, through the event, a joint community action plan was designed namely Pokhara Protocol according to which all the participating Leo Districts will visit the community schools regularly to engage the students in promoting peace in their area.
FORMACIÓN DE LEONES MENTORES
Goals: Obtener capacitación leonística para formar líderes que orienten proyectos y dirijan los clubes.
Description/Results: con los leones instruídos en el leonismos nuestros clubes tendrán socios de calidad, clubes de calidad y servicios de calidad
Orientation to New Members
Goals: We carried out orientation to the would-be Lions member to be recruited in a new club.
I invited the sponsoring club, Soroti, and a 1 day training was conducted that covered all aspects of who are Lions, the history of Lions, and the club and District set up.
It also included the role of a member in the club, club activities, committees, member obligations and active participation, and meeting the financial obligations.
Thirty eight new members were trained and 15 lions participated.
Description/Results: The meeting also saw the filling of the new charter form. Subsequently, Kumi Central Lions Club was chartered in November 2012 with 31 members.
In February 2013, I accompanied the District Governor 411B for the charter presentation ceremony where three other new members were also inducted to increase Kumi Central Membership to 34.
This club's activities include: road safety activities which were witnessed by many residents and senior District officials. This was proceeded by Lions Zebra crossing painting and a radio talk show.