Session Objectives. Identify our district mission Establish service standards for area governors and division governors Measure your success: Distinguished Area and Division Programs Measure club success: Distinguished Club Program Plan to succeed. 1. The Mission of the District.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
The mission of the district is to enhance the performance and extend the network of clubs, thereby offering greater numbers of people the opportunity to benefit from the Toastmasters educational program by:o Focusing on the critical success factors as specified by the district educational goals and membership goals.o Ensuring that each club effectively fulfills its responsi- bilities to its members.o Providing effective training and leadership development opportunities for club and district officers.
To be successful, an area governor
must plan and achieve:
ACHIEVE FOUR OF THESE FIVE GOALS:
ACHIEVE ALL FIVE PROGRAM GOALS AND THE FOLLOWING:
ACHIEVE ALL SELECT DISTINGUISHED AREA GOALS AND:
Number of area clubs submitting a complete April dues renewal for the prior year
Clubs chartered April 1 through June 30 of the prior year
Number of area clubs submitting anApril dues renewal for prior year………… 6
Clubs chartered from April 1- June 30 of prior year……………………………..…….…+1
Goal: Average of 1.75 CCs per club in area by June 30Goal calculation: CLUB BASE X 1.75; For example, an area with a CLUB BASE of 7 must have 12 CCs by June 30
Goal: 60 percent of area clubs achieve Distinguished Club by June 30Goal calculation: CLUB BASE X .60; For example, an area with a CLUB BASE of 7 must have 4 clubs achieve Distinguished Club or better by June 30
To be successful, a division governor must plan and achieve:
1. Two CCs
2. Two more CCs
3. One AC
4. One more AC
5. One CL, ALB, ALS, or DTM
6. One more CL, ALB, ALS, or DTM
7. Four new members
8. Four more new members
9. Minimum four club officers trained during each training period
10. One dues renewal membership report, one club officer list submitted on time.
Clubs with at least 20 members OR with a net growth of at least five new members at June 30 which also do the following are eligible for Toastmasters International recognition at year-end:
Five of 10 goals ……………… Distinguished Club
Seven of 10 goals …………… Select Distinguished Club
Nine of 10 goals .…………….. President’s Distinguished Club
Work the Plan.