Rtn. Quentin Li joined other Rotarians from District 5040 at Rotary Leadership Institute course on Jan26 2008.


The Rotary Leadership Institute is a recommended unofficial affiliate of Rotary International, but not an official program of R. I. nor under its control.

Established in 1994 to assist in improving the Rotary knowledge and leadership skills of the future leaders of clubs and districts, the Rotary Leadership Institute is a multi-district program already functional in 110 districts around the world. The institute offers a training program in three full-day sessions, followed by graduate seminars. Trainers are carefully selected from among Rotarians with outstanding leadership abilities and prepared to conduct innovative and participatory course sessions.

GENERAL:The Institute offers a leadership development program in three full day sessions (Parts I, II and III). The courses are designed to provide Rotary knowledge and to develop leadership skills for voluntary organizations.

RLI is simply a venue where Rotarian leaders share with each other in an atmosphere that is created to encourage creativity, leadership growth, and the use of Rotary's array of tools, concepts and connections to serve their local and world communities.


The experienced RLI discussion leaders (not lecturers) build an atmosphere of sharing using a well-tested model based on the way that adults learn and interact. Throw into the mix Rotary knowledge and leadership skills and the results are Rotarians re-energized and returning to their clubs with the tools and motivation to effectively use the power of Rotary to do well in the world.


The simple act of sharing is good. But, sharing with knowledge, enthusiasm and purpose is better! Don't you want more of these Rotarians in your club, your community, and your world?



The next RLI courses will be offered in conjunction with the annual District Conference, on Thursday, May 15, 2008.  This date and location were selected to accommodate Rotarians from outside of the Metro Vancouver area to minimize travel costs.