2021-22 Presidents-elect Training Seminars


For Rotary International District 5960 Incoming 2021-2022 Club Presidents 

The sessions are based on expectations of Rotary International and are meant to prepare you for your leadership role in Rotary.
These leadership development sessions will be conducted by Rotary District Leadership and other Rotarian guests with special expertise in the specific content area.
Much of the material to be covered will come from the Rotary Learning Center where you will want to know more for your ongoing learning.
You will be introduced to the President’s responsibilities, and “Leadership Development” is a principle part of the President’s role in creating a team and to assure succession planning. 
Topics to be covered are:
  • What does it mean to be President of your club?
  • How do you create an environment for Leadership Development in your club?
  • What is leadership and what is management
  • The importance of intentional succession planning
Kenny Klooster
Rotary District 5960 Governor 2021-2022
Rotary Club of Greater Mankato President 2017-2018
507-382-3317 (text/call)

Presidents-elect Training Dates: 

Presidents-Elect Training Part 1 Virtual Training Dates: (Registration is now open)


NCPETS (North Central Presidents-elect Training Seminar) Required for all incoming Club Presidents - AGENDA

The 2021 NCPETS Session Recordings and Resources are now all live and accessible on the www.northcentralpets.org  website - https://www.northcentralpets.org/resources

Also be sure to check out our House of Friendship exhibitors also on the website for contact information if you weren't able to connect with them during NCPETS - https://www.ncpets.org/hof 
We have one final House of Friendship information session tomorrow night that you can attend as well. Here are the details:
Friday, March 12, 2021  Opening/Kickoff Sessions

        8:00-9:00am Shekhar Mehta,Rotary International President-elect 

        4:00-5:30pm John Hewko, RI General Secretary & CEO 

        5:30-6:30pm  Networking Happy Hour (optional)


Saturday, March 13, 2021 Multi-District Sessions

        8:30-8:50am  Overview of Rotary International 4 Strategic Plan Pillars

        9:00-10:45am  Small Group Breakout Discussions 

        11:00-11:30am  Wrap up

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 Elective Sessions


            Option A:  Rotary Club Central, John Hannes

            Option B:  Managing Conflict, Bob Hallagan                                                                      


           ​Option A:  Connecting Through Using ClubRunner, Alexa Rundquist

           Option B:  Running a Club Meeting/Hybrid Model, Dean Ryerson

Thursday, March 18, 2021  Elective Sessions


           Option A:  Connecting Through Using ClubRunner, Alexa Rundquist

          Option B:  Running a Club Meeting/Hybrid Model, Dean Ryerson


           Option A:  Rotary Club Central, John Hannes

           Option B:  Managing Conflict, Bob Hallagan


Friday, March 19, 2021  Optional Networking Happy Hour


​Saturday, March 20, 2021  Elective, District Only and Closing Sessions


             Option A:  Team Building w/Volunteers, Deb Dunkhase

             Option B:  Collaborate for Success, T. Waldmann-Williams

             Option C:  Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Claudia Schabel

             AG Round Table Discussion, Michelle Bell/Susan Herrick 

             President Nominee Round Table Discussion, District Governors-Nominee                                                 


              District Sessions (sessions divided by district) 


             Closing Session "You Hold the Keys...Now Turn the Ignition", Aaron Putze


​**Links to virtual events will be emailed out to registrants the week prior to NC PETS.