Presentation on theme: "Welcome 2006 – 2007 Officers to Division D Officer Training & All Hands Meeting Neil McDonnell, ATM-B, AL Division D Governor Relax, its only Toastmasters."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome 2006 – 2007 Officers to Division D Officer Training & All Hands Meeting Neil McDonnell, ATM-B, AL Division D Governor Relax, its only Toastmasters
Agenda First Hour Welcome DCP Refresher Dues Renewal Competent Leader Educational Goals Marketing Goals Second Hour Area Governor Visits Speech Contests Motivating Volunteers Q & A Session
Welcome Whats my name? SAY IT!!! Why are you in Toastmasters? Have you read your Officer Manual?
Distinguished Club Plan (DCP) SMART goal for the club Part of the Club Success Plan Distinguished Status: –Distinguished –Select Distinguished –Presidents Distinguished 20+ members or Net 5 members Required Do you know your status?
Distinguished Club Plan (DCP) Two CCs Two more CCs One AC One more AC One CL, AL, or DTM One more CL, AL, or DTM Four new members Four more new members Officers trained twice –Summer –Winter –Min: four Dues submitted on time and Officer lists submitted on time
Important Dates –April 10 th – Official last date to submit dues –March 15 th – Division D last date to submit dues –February 1 st – Start collecting dues Collection Strategy – on February 1 st follow up with phone calls –Announcements at every meeting –Track renewal progress and report to officers weekly –Submit dues via TI web site on March 1 st
Competent Leader (CL) How to earn yours today
Competent Leader New Method –Complete Competent Leadership Manual Old Method –CTM –Officer for 6 months –Club Success Plan –Trained –Conduct 2 Successful Club Series Speeches Choose a method today!
Educational Goals Introducing the Division D Ed Team Lt. Governor of Education – Debbie Leben 17 Club Vice Presidents of Education – You!
Educational Goals Club Goals –4 Competent Communicators (CC) –2 Advanced Communicators (AC) Area Goals –2 Competent Communicators (CC) per Club –1 Competent Communicator (AC) per Club Division Goal Assist clubs and areas reach there goals
Educational Goals Document total speeches per member Get commitments from members with 6+ Schedule 6+ers to give speeches Offer outside opportunities to 6+ers
Marketing Goals Introducing the Division D Marketing Team Lt. Governor of Marketing – Joe Short 17 Club Vice Presidents of Marketing – You!
Marketing Goals Every club new members Increased guests Combined Club/Area/Division Marketing Help Me!......Help You!(Join us)
Area Report of Club Visit Helping every club become stronger
Area Governor Visits AGs helping clubs work towards DCP goals AGs supporting clubs with any challenges AGs identifying future leaders Next Visits February – MarchSCHEDULE!
Area Governor Visits Whats that form? Distinguished Club Program / Membership Educational Program Excellence / Standards Club Excellence Standards Area Governor Comments
Host to Host a Club Contest Every club should offer this experience to its members.
How to Host a Club Contest When? –2 nd Mtg in February (Clubs) –March 9, 2007 (Area 44) –March 16, 2007 (Area 41) –March 23, 2007 (Area 42) –March 30, 2007 (Area 43) –April 20, 2007 (Division D) –May 5, 2007 (District 27)
How to Host a Club Contest VPE Recruits Coordinator Lock in Date Coordinator Responsibilities: –Contest Master & Chief Judge –Judges, Ballot Counters, Timers, Sgt at Arms –Contestants –Forms (Contest & Winner Announcement) –Gifts (CM & CJ)
How to Host a Club Contest Coordinator Responsibilities: –Marketing (Flyer, s, etc.) –Hospitality –Program –Contest Location Set Up (earlier than normal) Support Winners at Area Contest
TOASTMASTER VOLUNTEERS DISTRICT DIVISIONS AREAS CLUBS MEMBERS
Why do People Volunteer? Because they were asked Because they or their family are involved To develop or gain skills, qualifications or experience As a way to network for new careers or jobs To meet new people to develop new social networks
What Motivates Volunteers? Making a difference. Recognition Communication Social Personal development A sense of duty
Why do people become demotivated? Recognition Personal development Communication Management Social -
Retaining Volunteers The key to retaining volunteers is to make sure they are getting their particular complex of motivational needs met through their volunteer experience. If the volunteer experience makes the volunteers feel good, then they will continue to want to volunteer. A good environment is one which bolsters the volunteers self-esteem. When the work experience boosts a persons self esteem, that person feels good about the job looks forward to participating.
Questions? Ask us anything about your job as an officer in Toastmasters or why were on this earth.
Thanks 2006 – 2007 Officers for attending the Division D All Hands Meeting & Officer Training Neil McDonnell, ATM-B Division D Governor Relax, its only Toastmasters