Back to the Future
Nick Courtney
Twenty-seven of our forty-five members, including a prospective new member, “Zoomed In” for last Thursday's Club goal setting session presented by Nick and Liz.
There were several apologies and others were unable to make the session.
Consequently, Nick has provided a copy of the PowerPoint as a PDF as well as the Brainstorm template to enable all those unable to attend the Zoom to participate or for those who wish to refresh.
The Board is keen to have responses from as many members as possible so the Club, as a top priority, can recover from the Covid-19 environment and move forward positively in the new environment.
Nick asked that all of those at the Zoom session forward their ninety day, twelve month as well as three year goals for the Club and thoughts to him at
Thank-you to the members, including prospective new members, who have already responded. Nick will be following up with all remaining members later in the coming week.
It does not matter how brief the responses are, as we are keen to hear all views and thoughts which will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
For those unable to attend the session here is a summary of the process:
  • Print off the “Goals Brainstorm List” attachment to the email sent to you if you can.  Otherwise use a sheet of paper.
  • View the Brainstorm session PDF attached to the email.
  • Fill in your list and email it back to Nick at
  • Use the Headings in the “Goals Brainstorm List” in the email to indicate where you want Papanui Rotary to be in the next three years, twelve months and ninety days.
  • Aim for at least five outcomes in each area on the list.
  • Make your three year goals big and bold.
  • Make your twelve month goals a stretch, yet achievable.
  • Make your ninety day goals super realistic.
Feel free to call Nick on (021) 370 256 after 5pm to talk through the process if you would like further clarification.
The involvement of as many members as possible is both highly valued and crucial to ensure we are able to move forward during these especially challenging times.