A fellow club member is always promoting his company’s service to members at every meeting. Your club wants to provide opportunities for business networking because you realize that it is a benefit of Rotary, but some members have been complaining of feeling pressured. What would you do? Every month, Rotary magazine showcases answers to an … More Ethical dilemma discussion: What would you do?
During a discussion of candidates for an upcoming club election, a member objects to one candidate on the grounds that she’s a mother of young children and wouldn’t have the time to commit to Rotary. What would you do? Every month, Rotary magazine showcases answers to an ethical question that members might face in their Rotary or Rotaract … More Ethical dilemma discussion: What would you do?
You are part of the planning committee for your upcoming district conference with both in-person and virtual participation options. Part of your committee’s job is to decide how to involve Rotaract members during the event. One committee member suggests that Rotaract members manage the Zoom registration and technical support for the virtual participants to leverage … More Ethical dilemma: What would you do?
Your club members have generously volunteered to host Rotarians from a district in another country as part of their Rotary Friendship Exchange program. Your club’s Rotary Friendship Exchange committee wishes to require all host families and visiting families to complete a background check as a precautionary measure of security. Other club members protest that only … More Ethical dilemma discussion: What would you do?
During the pandemic, your club service projects were coordinated virtually with local groups providing community resources. Now that your club’s area is opening up after vaccination efforts and a reduction in cases, you can plan your first in-person service project in your community. However, there are members in your club who are immune-compromised or cannot vaccinate due to health reasons. Therefore, … More Ethical dilemma discussion – What would you do?
During this pandemic, your club has been flexible and innovative in finding ways to meet and participate in service virtually for quite some time now. For the second half of the Rotary year, your club president wishes to continue to innovate and has tasked the club service projects committee, which you chair, with creating a … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: What would you do?
Your club has members who come from different backgrounds, religions, and ethnicities. In response to current events, some members want to take a stand against social injustices in your local community and abroad. Other members find these issues political or controversial, and don’t support the club taking action. This has created tension in the club … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?
Your club meetings have moved online recently and are hosted through a video conferencing platform. During the meetings, members have been sharing personal stories of life during the COVID-19 pandemic and discussing ways for the club to help the local community. Club leaders have decided to record these meetings and share them on social media … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?
Members of your club have expressed interest in supporting an international project, so, because you’re the international service chair, you contact some members from other countries that you met at the Rotary International Convention. You ask if they have any projects that your club could support. One of them excitedly tells you about the health … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?
You’re part of your club’s leadership team and are asked to promote service resources and get members more involved in projects. To succeed in your role, you realize you’ll need to work with club leaders who oversee the Foundation, membership, public image, and club administration committees. But when you contact them, they don’t seem to … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?