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2018 District 60 Toastmasters Club Officer Training - PRESIDENT

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Review the President training workshop conducted in Toronto, Canada on Thursday, August 23, 2018. The workshop was facilitated by Roman Smolak, DTM, Andrew Mertens, DTM and Alison Knibb, ACS and D60 Pathways Chair.
This presentation reviews the President Roles and Responsibilities, and provides a suggested framework for how to tackle club and member challenges. The framework is based on the writings and Hero's Journey model defined and made popular by Joseph Campbell.

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2018 District 60 Toastmasters Club Officer Training - PRESIDENT

  1. 1. President District 60 Club Officer Training Roman Smolak, DTM Speaking From Experience Advanced TM roman.smolak@sympatico.ca Alison Knibb, ACB, CL Ebony Toastmasters knibb.alison@gmail.com Andrew Mertens, DTM Speaking From Experience Advanced TM nananuira@rogers.com
  2. 2. www.toastmasters.org How to “BE” a President Agenda President Role & Responsibilities Pathways
  3. 3. www.toastmasters.org Playbook Take-aways Framework for your Journey President Resources
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  5. 5. What is the essence of the president role? Role
  6. 6. www.toastmasters.org
  7. 7. www.toastmasters.org WHAT IS THE PURPOSE? 1. Set specific goals. 2. Establish strategies to achieve the goals. 3. Develop a framework to help carry out the plan and produce results. Area Director may ask to review your Club Success Plan. Club Success Plan
  8. 8. How does the role of president impact the club mission? Role
  9. 9. Club Mission We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
  10. 10. Your Playbook
  11. 11. Your Playbook
  12. 12. www.toastmasters.org/start-pathways
  13. 13. Base Camp Manager Duties • Level Completion • Path Completion in Printed Material • Projects Outside Our Club • Tracking Progress • Tutorials
  14. 14. Manager Tutorials • Click ‘Manager Tutorials’ to review information about your role and responsibilities as Base Camp Manager.
  15. 15. Member Progress • Click ‘Member Progress’ to view reports on individual member progress, path progress and path type.
  16. 16. Member Progress
  17. 17. Pending Requests • Respond to level completion requests, path completion requests for members who choose printed materials, and requests for external training.
  18. 18. Pending Requests • Click ‘Pending Requests’ to show all pending level completion and external training requests. To approve, click on the green checkmark under ‘Options’. • This will approve the member to access the next level in Pathways. To get credit with Toastmasters for level completion, an education award request must be submitted in Club Central.
  19. 19. Club Administration • From Toastmasters.org, select ‘Leadership Central’, then select ‘Club Central’.
  20. 20.  To submit education awards, select the member’s name from the drop-down menu and then select the education award.  This will approve the member to access the next level in Pathways. To get credit with Toastmasters for level completion, an education award request must be submitted in Club Central. Club Administration
  21. 21. Club Administration  All ‘Pending Requests’ are sent to the email address that Toastmasters International has on file.
  22. 22. What club qualities can you impact as president? Qualities
  23. 23. •Prepare an Action Plan with CSP Club Success Plan • TEAM OPERATING PRINCIPLES • TEAM INTERACTIONS AND BEHAVIORAL NORMS Situation Analysis • Members motivation • Identify obstacles • Familiarity with program • How to promote
  24. 24. Framework
  25. 25. Toastmasters Club Hero’s Journey – Aug 2018 Presidents D60 COT Training •Giving /scheduling speeches • DCP program • Membership goals / drives •Agendas – create meeting variety •Monitor finances / budget • President leads / presides meetings •Executive roles / accountability •Be positive / be the example • Provide / find support •Gratitude •Brand •Quality •Values • Fun •Vision •Respect • Integrity •Service • Excellence •Social • Diversity • Align Goals •Mission • Tone set to foster self-confidence •Improve skills • Find courage to change •Promise • Agenda •Mature club •Enable personal growth •Reach out •Communication • Motivation • Evidence by action • Expectations met • Team work – everyone gets along • Effort contributed • FEAR •Avoid looking bad • Sense of incompetence • No experience •Negativity festers • Anxiety • Shame The call to join TM Realization Celebration Life is unfulfilling Initiation Adventure Zone Full of possibilities Pit of Despair Allies Opportunities Roman Smolak, DTM Speaking From Experience Advanced TM Club
  26. 26. “Hero’s Journey” - Monomyth Joseph Campbell ://coachforabetterlife.wordpress.com/tag/heros-journey/
  27. 27. Congratulations… we’re all Presidents now! Roman Smolak, DTM Speaking From Experience Advanced TM roman.smolak@sympatico.ca Alison Knibb, ACB, CL Ebony Toastmasters knibb.alison@gmail.com Andrew Mertens, DTM Speaking From Experience Advanced TM nananuira@rogers.com

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