Presentation on theme: "Toastmasters International"— Presentation transcript:
1Toastmasters International The Club Coach Program
2What is a Club Coach?An experienced Toastmaster who volunteers to help another club in their areaThis Toastmaster is not a member of the club and they are not familiar with the club or its membersThis Toastmaster is typically working towards their Advanced Leader Silver
3Who is eligible for a Club Coach? Clubs with 12 or fewer membersClub must request a Coach from the Area GovernorArea Governor will work with Division Governor, LGM, and District Governor to make Club Coach assignment
4Responsibilities of the Club Coach Assist the club in raising its membershipHelping the club to reach distinguished status or betterAssess the environment, observe, analyze and recommend solutionsInstill enthusiasm, loyalty and a sense of responsibility for the club's future
5Why be a Club Coach?Club Coach receives credit toward the Advanced Leader-Silver (ALS) awardALS award is a prerequisite to DTMHelping other Toastmasters grow!Satisfaction in seeing a Club rejuvenate itself!
6Other Information We need Coaches! Maximum of two club coaches may be appointed to each club.The club coach appointment lasts from the date of appointment to June 30 of the current year if the club becomes a distinguished club or better.If distinguished club status is not reached in the initial program year then the assignment will be extended to June 30 of the following year.We need Coaches!
7One Last Thing…Coaches assigned through March 31, 2011 will receive a free Toastmasters portfolio
8Questions??Direct questions to your Area Governor, Division Governor, or District 77 Lt Governor-Marketing, Charles Lawler (