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Written by Corina Mihaela Paraschiv   
Tuesday, 10 February 2009 19:11
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You may have run into this problem before: You have an enthusiastic group of Rotaractors ready to devote their time for a good cause, the project starts... and somewhere in the middle, you realize things aren't being done and people slowly are losing interest.  What kind of actions can you take as a Club Executive?  Here are a few insights to getting projects finished.

 

Why it's Important for a Club to Complete Projects
 
One of the ways in which we retain members is by providing a stimulating, rewarding environment for Rotaractors.  When a given club repeatedly fails to deliver the event or project it undertook with members, the effect is very negative on the morale of participants;  Rotaractors feel they have failed and that they do not have the proper skill set for undertaking such projects.  They result might be loss of motivation or reluctance to start anything new.  The cause which was depending on you also does not benefit from your club dropping a project, and this can be of consequence for your club's reputation.  It is therefore important to follow through with project ideas.



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