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Area Governor’s Visit Second Round. Doris Henn, CGA, DTM. Area Governors – District VIP. Area Governor’s are very important to the success of the District: Direct Link/Contact with the clubs Identify future leaders Support clubs & help them to achieve excellence. Prepare for your Visit.

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Area governor s visit second round

Area Governor’s Visit Second Round

Doris Henn, CGA, DTM


Area governors district vip
Area Governors – District VIP

Area Governor’s are very important to the success of the District:

  • Direct Link/Contact with the clubs

  • Identify future leaders

  • Support clubs & help them to achieve excellence



Contact the club in advance
Contact the Club in Advance

  • Build a rapport with the Club President

  • Send an electronic copy of the report

  • http://www.toastmasters.org/clubvisitrpt.aspx


Club visit preparation
Club Visit Preparation

  • Review Club Progress report/DCP

  • Ask to speak – update clubs on upcoming events


The area governor report
The Area Governor Report

  • It is the responsibility of the Area Governor to fill in the Club Visit report

  • It is the Club’s responsibility to to tell you who will achieve awards and to share their Club Success Plan


Club visit report based on moments of truth
Club Visit Report Based on Moments of Truth

  • First Impressions

  • Membership Orientation

  • Fellowship, Variety & Communication

  • Program Planning & Meeting Organization

  • Membership Strength

  • Achievement Recognition


Club visits reporting deadlines
Club Visits & Reporting Deadlines

  • Round 1 – July 1 to November 30

  • Round 2 – December 1 to May 31

  • Please Report by:

    • October 31

    • April 30


When you conduct your visit consider the following
When you conduct your visit consider the following:

Club

  • Strengths

  • Challenges

  • Support


Help your clubs succeed important areas to cover
Help Your Clubs SucceedImportant Areas to Cover

  • Club Officer Training

  • Club/Area Contests

  • Distinguished Club Program

  • District 42 Incentives

  • Of the Year Awards


District 42 incentives
District 42 Incentives

Register To Receive Award Incentives Ribbons:

  • Discover D42

  • Room 204


Who receives an electronic copy of the completed reports
Who Receives an Electronic Copy of the Completed Reports?

  • District Leaders

    • DG, LGET, LGM, Division & Area Governor

  • Club President

    Be respectful and professional when you complete the report


Steps for reporting
Steps for Reporting

  • Log in to Toastmasters International

  • Access District Central

  • District 42

  • Submit Area Governor’s Visit Report


Important steps
Important Steps

  • Fill in all of the blanks

  • Save your work as you go

  • Report meaningful information

  • Use your visit and the report as a planning tool to help your clubs



Area division contest rule review

Area/Division ContestRule Review

Doris Henn, CGA, DTM


The basics international speech contest
The Basics International Speech Contest

  • The Contestant must be:

    • A Member in Good Standing of a Club in Good Standing (dues have been paid)

    • Completed 6 speeches in CC manual (exception – newly chartered clubs since July 1, 2013)

    • Can compete in all clubs there are a member of – but can compete in only 1 Area contest


Candidate eligibility
Candidate Eligibility

Candidate Eligibility Restrictions

  • A member serving as Chief Judge, Voting Judge or Tie/Breaking Judge

  • District Officers

  • Presenters of education sessions at the event where the contest is held

  • A candidate declared ineligible at any level – disqualified from competing


Judges chief judging tie breaking
Judges: Chief, Judging, Tie Breaking

Area, Division or District Level:

  • Member in good standing of a club in good standing for a minimum of 6 months

  • Have completed 6 speeches in the CC manual


Area contests
Area Contests

  • Equal # of judges from each club in the Area Or

  • Minimum of 5 voting judges

  • Chief Judge, tie-breaking judge, contest chair

  • Three ballot counters & 2 timers


Division contests
Division Contests

  • Equal # of voting judges from each Area in the Division, or

  • A minimum of 7 voting judges

  • Chief judge, tie breaking judge, voting judge (can’t be a member in a club of any contestant in the contest)

  • Chairman, 3 ballot counters & 2 timers



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