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Fraternal Leader Training Webinars

Join the staff of the Fraternal Mission Department as we discuss relevant topics for effective council operation, membership recruitment and conducting charitable outreach programs that engage council members and build a stronger council. All Knights of Columbus members are welcome to join us.

Not available for the live presentation? Register anyway.
We record and archive each webinar so that fraternal leaders can participate at a time and place convenient to them.

 

UPCOMING WEBINAR:

Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern – “Striving for Star – Building Fraternal Mission”

Click HERE to register.

When a council embraces “Vision” (knowing what they aspire to be or become) then their “Mission” (what is done to achieve that Vision) becomes very clear and builds a strong fraternal bond with relevant council action. The main goal of the Star Council Award is to build fraternal mission by growing a council in members and charity, family protection, and putting their shared faith into action.

A Star Council builds an appealing momentum with a vibrant purpose and visibility turning need and lack into abundance and hope. Charity in action coupled with Faith in action is very attractive.

This webinar will discuss ways that any council can harness Star Council momentum through relevant action and telling a compelling story to current members and will attract new ones! 

The Star Council Award combines membership and insurance growth and relevant programs so that councils build and maintain a positive council culture.

All webinars are recorded, so please register and participate live or on demand.

 

 


WEBINARS ON DEMAND

Webinars on Demand

Have you missed any of our previous Fraternal Leader Training Webinars? Don't worry, they are still available in our On Demand Webinar Portal. Please click HERE to register for an archived webinar.

If you have any questions, please contact Vice President for Fraternal Education, Training and Ceremonials, Gary Nolan, at gary.nolan@kofc.org or call 203-752-4270 and select option #3.