Presentation on theme: "Mission Possible The Club Coach Program"— Presentation transcript:
1 Mission Possible The Club Coach Program Norma Domey, DTMToastmaster Leadership InstituteMontreal, January 23, 2010
2 Objectives Diagnose Present Options Select Treatment Provide the Tools Implement Plan
3 Compliance to Commitment Coaching:Creates energyLinks expectation to strategic issuesEnhances teamworkSalvages key contributors
4 How Change is Managed Matters… Minimize disruption & Increase likelihood of successWell Managed ChangeTimeLowHighPerformanceA change is introducedPoorly Managed ChangeDuration of DisruptionNo ManagementDepth of DisruptionA 2006 study from Harvard Business Review found 66% of change initiatives fail to achieve desired outcomes.
5 Coaching Towards a Healthy Club build rapportobserve, recommend solutionshelp develop planensure members implement planinstil enthusiasm & responsibility for the club’s future
6 Coaches Benefit By developing team-building skills expanding leadershipincreasing facilitator/negotiator proficiencydeveloping diplomatic dexteritysharing expertiseinvesting in Toastmastersearning credit toward ALS
7 “Club climate” refers to the conditions that affect a club’s What’s the Difference?“Club climate” refers to the conditions that affect a club’soperationsmembersattitudeswillingness of guests to join
8 Making the Club Connection 1st or 2nd visit observedevelop personal rapportactively participateset a good example
9 Making the Club Connection do not tell, dictate, nor criticizeguide members towards excellence (Club Coach Troubleshooting guide “How to rebuild a Toastmasters Club – Item 1158)everyone has vested interest:Club Officers; Club members; Area Governor; Division Governor; District Governor and especially the Coaches.encourage open-mindedness
10 Mission Possible: Rebuilding the Team evaluate club climate:Moments of Truth modulenext club meeting:facilitate discussion of strengths and weaknesses identifiedkeep discussion positive & objectiveencourage honestycommend them for desire to restore clubrecognize/praise accomplishments!!!
11 how to create right environment elements of club meeting Master Your MeetingsTI - Catalogue # 1312how to create right environmentelements of club meetingclub officers rolesprogram participants rolesprogram ideasHAVE FUN!
12 Make a Model of Your Club Meetings FOCUSED AND FUN!PREPARATION !!!TEACH VPE AND MEMBERS HOW TO PLAN CLUB MEETINGS
13 MEMBERSHIP MUSCLE Annual Membership Program Talk Up Toastmasters Smedley AwardBeat the Clock!
14 Recognize Achievement Post member progress charts every meetingFormally recognize members achieving CC, CL, etc.Post achievements: newsletters & Web site4
15 Club MissionThe mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.5
16 Teach Clubs the DCP meeting 10 goals additional goals strategies for achieving goalsresources to accomplish goalsassignments, timetables & tracking accomplishments
18 Summary Diagnose Present Options Select Treatment Provide the Tools Implement Plan
19 Their understanding of change & their goodwill makes change successful People run the clubTheir understanding of change&their goodwill makes change successfulMember engagement at all levelsis at the heart of coaching
20 Chair, Club Coach Committee 2009-2010 e-mail: email@example.com Thank You!Norma Domey, DTMChair, Club Coach Committee(w)/ (h)