District 16 Club Officer Group Training. Club Officers – Your Opportunity for Leadership. The success of a club is DIRECTLY related to the training of club officers. How can you lead if you do not have knowledge?. Club Officers – Your Opportunity for Leadership.
How can you lead if you do not have knowledge?
Hold regular executive committee meetings with club officers.
Give your club officers shared ownership and responsibility for the club mission!
Monthly executive committee meetings are a good idea!
Including your executive committee will give them shared ownership and responsibility for the vision!
Goals should be…
Use the Club Success Plan and the Distinguished Club Program to motivate performance and track progress!
Lead by example – others will follow!
You are club Vice President Education!
Tracks are not mutually exclusive – members can work in both at the same time!
Become familiar with:
Challenge club members and leaders to bring a guest to club meetings twice each month – and then be the first to do just that!
Individual Recognition –
The Annual Membership Program!
Recognizes individuals who sponsor 5, 10, 15 or more new members during the year.
Club recognition for 5 or more new, dual, or reinstated members!
August thru September
February thru March
May thru June
To increase awareness and appreciation for the Toastmasters program.
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Helps the vice president membership follow up on absent members
Delays could make someone ineligible for educational awards and speech contests!
Work with the president, vice president membership, and treasurer to turn it in on time and earn your club’s success in the DCP!
Work with the president and the executive committee!
A “no” answer to any of these questions means the activity is prohibited!
Gives members a chance to contribute while giving you valuable leadership experience!
The Distinguished Club Program!
Any club with at least 20 members or a net gain of five new members on June 30th and who achieve the following number of goals on their DCP will receive the following distinctions:
Five of 10 Goals:
Seven of 10 goals:
Select Distinguished Club!
Nine of 10 goals:
President’s Distinguished Club!
A club must have at least:
NOTE!!! Unless this membership requirement is met, your club will not receive any recognition through the Distinguished Club Program!
“Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress.
Working together is success.”