Leadership training materials/resources include a mix of curriculum materials, speaking presentations with notes, and activity guides.
Presentations for Speaking Engagements – These slide presentations contain presenter notes and can be easily adapted to suit your specific needs.
Independent study presentations – Presentations designed to prepare Lions to serve in various leadership positions.
- Zone Chairperson Training – An independent study module focused on the responsibilities, challenges and resources of the zone chairperson position.
- Second Vice District Governor Online Training – This course provides information about the responsibilities of the district governor team, focusing specifically on the position of second vice district governor and the role that individual plays in regards to district administration and as part of the GMT and the GLT. This course will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete, and includes a workbook to enhance the learning experience. Before beginning the course, download and print the workbook.
- Club Officers Orientation
This section contains resources for training club officers, including instructor-based and individual courses.
Training Curriculum – Guides, handouts and materials for conducting training workshops, including materials for Club Officers Orientation, Regional Lions Leadership Institute, Membership Orientation and Volunteer Leadership training.
Tutorials – 10 to 15 minute interactive sessions that cover a wide variety of topics including how to participate in a webinar, tips on using Microsoft PowerPoint, and Lions processes such as submission of district governor expense claims.
Lions Achievement Portfolio – Prepare you own Lions Achievement Portfolio to share with Lions Leaders who seek skilled trainers for their programs.
Lions Mentoring Program – This personal development program established a framework to enable members to learn from each other, reach individual goals, grow in leadership skills, build stronger relationships and provide better service to communities.
Art of Recognition Handbook – An overview of the benefits of formal and informal recognition and 70 ideas for recognizing Lions.
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