Club Coach Webinar December 9, 2014 Doris Henn, CGA, DTM 1

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  • Club Coach Webinar December 9, 2014 Doris Henn, CGA, DTM 1
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  • www.toastmasters.org The first 6 months Introduce yourself: Your name One success that you have experienced to date in the club you are coaching 2
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  • www.toastmasters.org Club Trouble Shooting Guide Have you used the Club Trouble Shooting Guide? Available at www.toastmasters.org 3
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  • www.toastmasters.org Moments of Truth Part of The Successful Club Series How to recognize and deal with situations critical to club success. A club self-evaluation tool. Includes a club evaluation chart, outline and PowerPoint presentation. 4
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  • www.toastmasters.org Why do some clubs attract all the members? Successful Clubs - Whats the difference? 5
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  • www.toastmasters.org Members can make or break a club What are some of the characteristics that you would like to encourage in the Clubs Members? 6
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  • www.toastmasters.org Sincere and want their club to be successful Willing to work together to solve the clubs problems Enthusiastic about Toastmasters and their club Expected to speak from manuals Supportive of one another and take pride in each others accomplishments Effective Members are: 7
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  • www.toastmasters.org Club meeting time Location Is the parking lot well lit Does the club meet in the evening at a downtown location? Dont Forget to Look at the Meeting Location! 8
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  • www.toastmasters.org Public Relations Website: Free Toast Host Easy Speak Facebook Meet up www.meetup.com www.meetup.com Guest Packages 9
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  • www.toastmasters.org Effective Meetings What are some of the characteristics of a good Meeting? 10
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  • www.toastmasters.org Held in a convenient place and have a good environment Begin and end on time Fun and club programs are varied and dynamic Speakers are well prepared & deliver each speech to the best of their ability Evaluations build self esteem & offer positive direction for improvement Effective Meetings are: 11
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  • www.toastmasters.org What are some of the important steps to developing a good Executive? Develop an Effective Club Executive 12
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  • www.toastmasters.org Effective Club Executive The key to effective leadership in your Toastmasters group 13
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  • www.toastmasters.org Perform their tasks diligently Thoroughly understand their roles & responsibilities Use the Distinguished Club Program/Club Success Plan as a tool for planning & goal setting Effective Club Executive Officers: 14
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  • www.toastmasters.org 7/7 Club Officers Trained 2 times per year Properly trained officers : Efficient & effective club meetings Promote & advertise the club Welcome guests & initiate new members Keep the club records up to date 15
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  • www.toastmasters.org Marketing the Club From Guest to Member Important factors you can implement to help guests become members? 16
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  • www.toastmasters.org Guests are warmly received and made to feel welcome Guests receive a follow up invitation to attend the next meeting Most guests who attend meetings eventually join the Club New members are enthusiastically welcomed and given special attention & support Recipe for Success: 17
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  • Theme Meetings What are some of the ideas that have worked well in your club? 18
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  • www.toastmasters.org Invite a Friend Theme Meetings Favorite treats Sub meetings Scary Stories Tall Tale Contest Backwards Meeting Impromptu Speeches 19
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  • www.toastmasters.org Plan for Fun Have a Blast with the past invite Einstein to a meeting Judge & Jury mock trial Backwards meeting 20
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  • www.toastmasters.org A Fun Group is a Thriving Group 21
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  • www.toastmasters.org Holding an Open House/Demo Meeting Posters and resources available on Toastmasters International http://www.toastmasters.org/logos http://www.toastmasters.org/logos Attract New Members by 22
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  • www.toastmasters.org Open House Showcase Advertising Guest List Demo Meeting Open House Agenda Report Results to District 23
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  • www.toastmasters.org Speechcraft
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  • www.toastmasters.org Participants learn basic Toastmasters skills Table Topics Speeches (5 to 6 speeches) How to Introduce a Speaker How to Evaluate a Speech Speechcraft Advisors mentor the Participant Benefits of Speechcraft 25
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  • www.toastmasters.org Builds strong clubs Develops Mentor/Mentee relationships Gives opportunities to present Educational speeches Coordinator earns credit toward ACG Membership building tool Benefits of Speechcraft 26
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  • www.toastmasters.org Speechcraft Award Ribbon Conduct a Speechcraft Program in Your Club and send the details to the District: Date # of Attendees # of New Members gained Note: Kits available for clubs with 15 or less members 27
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  • www.toastmasters.org Club Mentorship Program The Mentoring Guide" Series Available at www.d42tm.orgwww.d42tm.org Magic of Mentoring Available at: http://www.toastmasters.org/ToastmastersM agazine/ToastmasterArchive/2010/February/ Mentoring.aspx http://www.toastmasters.org/ToastmastersM agazine/ToastmasterArchive/2010/February/ Mentoring.aspx 28
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  • www.toastmasters.org Module 1 - Promoting the Vision of a Club Mentoring Program Module 2 - Implementing the Program Module 3 - Training the mentors and mentees Module 4 - Building the B.E.S.T. mentoring relationships Mentoring Modules
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  • www.toastmasters.org Successful Club Series Educational Talks http://www.toastmasters.org/289DCD Build Strong Clubs by Presenting 30
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  • www.toastmasters.org Successful Club Series The series includes: Moments Of Truth (Item 290) Moments Of Truth (Item 290) Finding New Members For Your Club (Item 291) Finding New Members For Your Club (Item 291) Evaluate To Motivate (Item 292) Evaluate To Motivate (Item 292) Closing The Sale (Item 293) Closing The Sale (Item 293) Creating The Best Club Climate (Item 294) Creating The Best Club Climate (Item 294) Meeting Roles And Responsibilities (Item 295) Meeting Roles And Responsibilities (Item 295) Mentoring (Item 296) Mentoring (Item 296) Keeping The Commitment (Item 297) Keeping The Commitment (Item 297) Going Beyond Our Club (Item 298) Going Beyond Our Club (Item 298) How To Be A Distinguished Club (Item 299) How To Be A Distinguished Club (Item 299) The Toastmasters Educational Program (Item 300) The Toastmasters Educational Program (Item 300) 31
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  • www.toastmasters.org By presenting Educational Talks from the Better Speaker Series http://www.toastmasters.org/269DCD http://www.toastmasters.org/269DCD Develop Better Speakers 32
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  • www.toastmasters.org Better Speaker Series Beginning Your Speech (Item 270) Beginning Your Speech (Item 270) Concluding Your Speech (Item 271) Concluding Your Speech (Item 271) Controlling Your Fear (Item 272) Controlling Your Fear (Item 272) Impromptu Speaking (Item 273) Impromptu Speaking (Item 273) Selecting Your Topic (Item 274) Selecting Your Topic (Item 274) Know Your Audience (Item 275) Know Your Audience (Item 275) Organizing Your Speech (Item 276) Organizing Your Speech (Item 276) Creating An Introduction (Item 277) Creating An Introduction (Item 277) Preparation And Practice (Item 278) Preparation And Practice (Item 278) Using Body Language (Item 279) Using Body Language (Item 279) 33
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  • www.toastmasters.org Your goal is to help your assigned club to become a Distinguished Club before June 30 of the Toastmaster Year. Membership Requirement: Net gain of 5 new members Your Club Coach Goal 34
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  • www.toastmasters.org Distinguished Club Program 1. Two CCs 2. Two more CCs 3. One ACB, ACS, or ACG 4. One more ACB, ACS, or ACG 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 of four club officers trained during each of two training periods 10. One membership renewal report and one club officer list submitted on time In addition, your club must meet a membership requirement. At year-end (June 30) it must have: at least 20 members OR * a net growth of at least five new members Develop a Club Success Plan 35
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  • www.toastmasters.org Distinguished Club Wall Chart 36
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  • www.toastmasters.org Recognize Member Achievement Awards to help recognize Member Achievement: CC/CL CL/ALB Triple Crown Members Making a Difference 37
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  • www.toastmasters.org Triple Crown Award Sponsor 3 New Members Or Earn 3 Educational Awards 38
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  • www.toastmasters.org Members Making A Difference One award per club given to a person who has made a difference in their club by: Promoting the