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1 Achieving Success as Vice President Public Relations Achieving Success as Vice President Public Relations Club Leadership Training Session

2 1  Help officers clearly understand their roles.  Orient club members to better understand club officer roles.  Aid members when evaluating current leaders for office.  Facilitate communication when expectations differ. Standards for Success

3 2 Outside the Club Meeting  Attend district-sponsored club-officer training.  Protect and publicize the Toastmasters brand.  Promote the club to local media.  Maintain a club Web site.  Join a Toastmasters-moderated social networking Web site.

4 3 Outside the Club Meeting  Produce and distribute a club newsletter, preferably via .  Promote membership programs.  Attend club executive committee meetings.  Attend other Toastmasters events.  Arrange for a replacement if unable to attend a club meeting.  Prepare your successor for office. (continued)

5 4 At the Club Meeting  Announce upcoming events and programs.  Gather information for the newsletter or Web site.  Greet members and guests.

6 5 Your Leadership Opportunity  Set realistic and attainable goals.  Plan how to accomplish the goals.  Delegate tasks as needed.  Monitor progress toward goals.  Coach team members when necessary.

7 6 Your Leadership Opportunity  Understand what motivates each person.  Focus on the benefit to the individual.  Make expectations clear.  Recognize their work.  Be a leader. Motivation

8 7 Your Leadership Opportunity 1. Decide what to delegate. 2. Decide who will do the task. 3. Assign responsibility. 4. Grant authority. 5. Establish accountability. Five Steps to Delegation

9 8 Your Leadership Opportunity  Lack of confidence in others  Fear of losing control  Selfishness  Insecurity  Reluctance Barriers to Delegation

10 9 Your Leadership Opportunity 1.Agree that a problem exists. 2.Discuss solutions. 3.Agree on an action. 4.Follow up. Four Steps to Coaching

11 10 Branding Toastmasters Project an image of excellence.

12 11 Maintain a Club Web Site  Show your club’s personality.  Attract new members.  Keep current members updated. A club Web site can:

13 12 Maintain a Club Web Site  Is a Web service specifically for Toastmasters clubs.  Provides the tools needed to run a successful club.  Uses a standard, professional template.  Is easy to use. FreeToastHost.org

14 13 Closing A responsibility and privilege


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