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Club Leadership Training Session. Achieving Success As Vice President Education. 1311A.2. Foster Self-development. Helping officers clearly understand their roles Providing a point of reference Aiding members when evaluating candidates for office

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1311a 2

Club Leadership Training Session

Achieving Success

As Vice President Education

1311A.2


Foster self development

Foster Self-development

  • Helping officers clearly understand their roles

  • Providing a point of reference

  • Aiding members when evaluating candidates for office

  • Facilitating communication when expectations differ

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Outside the club meeting

Outside the Club Meeting

  • Plan club meetings

  • Promote participation in the education program

  • Orient new members

  • Encourage new members to participate

  • Assign a mentor

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Outside the club meeting1

Outside the Club Meeting

  • Attend club executive committee meetings

  • Attend district council meetings

  • Vote at international business meetings

  • Arrange for your replacement or assistance

  • Prepare your successor for office

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At the club meeting

At the Club Meeting

Assign each new member before attending their fourth meeting

  • to be a Table TopicsTM participant

  • to a meeting role

  • to give the “Ice Breaker” project from Competent Communication

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At the club meeting1

At the Club Meeting

  • Ensure a club member conducts presentations from The Successful Club Series

  • Monitor club performance quarterly

  • Initial speakers’ Project Completion Records

  • Preside over the meeting when the president is absent

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Your leadership opportunity

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

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Your leadership opportunity1

Your Leadership Opportunity

Five Steps of Delegation

  • Decide what to delegate

  • Decide who will do the task

  • Assign responsibility

  • Grant authority

  • Establish accountability

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Your leadership opportunity2

Your Leadership Opportunity

Barriers to Delegation

  • Lack of confidence in others

  • Fear of losing control

  • Selfishness

  • Insecurity

  • Reluctance

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Plan club meetings

Plan Club Meetings

  • Complete meeting schedules

  • Confirm that meeting roles are filled

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Promote participation in the education program

Promote Participation in the Education Program

  • Coordinate the club’s education program

  • Ensure members understand how to work through the leadership and communication tracks

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Promote participation in the education program1

Promote Participation in the Education Program

  • Display the manual

  • Discuss evaluations

  • Educate mentors

  • Track progress

  • Include the manual in “sales pitch”

Tips for Integrating Competent Leadership

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Promote participation in the education program2

Promote Participation in the Education Program

  • Assign Competent Leadership evaluators atevery meeting

  • Require members to bring their Competent Leadership manuals

  • Display Competent Leadership at every meeting

  • Recognize when members complete Competent Leadership manual projects

  • Work with the president to promote Competent Leadership at each club meeting

10 Tips for Using Competent Leadership

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Promote participation in the education program3

Promote Participation in the Education Program

6. Include accreditations for both tracks in all correspondence

7. Post and update the Competent Leadership Achievement Chart

8. Ask members to perform and receive evaluations on at least three meeting roles for each speech presented

9. Remind members to bring Competent Leadership manuals on the club website and newsletter

10. Ask members who achieve the Competent Leader award to mentor a new member

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Promote participation in the education program4

Promote Participation in the Education Program

  • Provide verbal evaluations for leadership projects during meetings

  • Provide verbal evaluations privately outside of the club meeting

  • Provide only written evaluations for leadership projects

  • Provide verbal evaluations during meetings for both speech and leadership projects but allow less time for each evaluation

Competent Leadership Project Evaluation

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Recognition

Recognition

A special presentation

  • Tells the recipient that someone noticedand cared

  • Benefits other club members by showcasing role models

  • Motivates the recipients

  • Demonstrates how the club fostersself-development

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Ensure all members know how to evaluate

Ensure All Members Know How to Evaluate

  • Evaluate to Motivate

  • The Art of Effective Evaluation

  • Effective Evaluation

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Orienting new members

Orienting New Members

Orientation should focus on

  • Introducing and explaining materials and procedures

  • Furnishing support

  • Talking about education materials and procedures

  • Discussing needs and expectations

  • Having them fill out a New Member Profile

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Orienting new members1

Orienting New Members

By the fourth meeting new members have

  • Participated in Table Topics

  • Served in a meeting role

  • Presented the “Ice Breaker” project from the Competent Communication manual

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Orienting new members2

Orienting New Members

Match with a mentor

  • Experienced

  • Builds rapport

  • Helps set realistic goals

  • Answers questions and offers detailed information

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Other toastmasters activities

Other Toastmasters Activities

  • Help with the club newsletter or website

  • Serve on a committee

  • Participate in speaker-evaluator exchanges

  • Participate in the club’s speakers bureau

  • Attend area, division, and district conferences and contests

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Organize speech contest

Organize Speech Contest

Participating as a contest official provides an opportunity to

  • Develop and practice listening skills

  • Exercise critical thinking skills

  • Receive credit toward earning the Competent Leaderaward

  • Practice objective observation skills

  • Observe and learn from proficient speakers

  • Develop organization, teamwork, written and verbal communication, and event coordination skills

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Organize speech contest1

Organize Speech Contest

Members who participate

  • Build confidence

  • Gain contest experience

  • Learn by observing

  • Try a new style or type of speech

  • Share a unique personal message with a larger audience

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Organize speech contest2

Organize Speech Contest

The vice president education or contest chair is responsible for

  • Contestant eligibility forms

  • Judge’s guides and ballots

  • Tiebreaking judge’s guide and ballot

  • Timer record

  • Participation certificates

  • Trophies

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1311a 2

A responsibility

and

a privilege

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