august, 2021

14aug8:00 am10:00 amFeaturedVirtual Event2021-2022 Round 1 Club Officer Training (COT)ONLINE TRAINING: Round 1 Club Officer Training8:00 am - 10:00 am Event Organized By: Chandra Munagavalasa, DTM, PQD Event Type :Education / Training Event TagsClub Officer Training,COT

Event Details

REGISTER ON ZOOM: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvc–sqz4pH9zU-Ev3c6Gh0qT4iQtdAA_G

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE: District 56 hosts training for Club Officers twice annually.  Round 1 training occurs between June and August and is targeted for your incoming July Club Officers. Clubs with four officers attending training in Round 1 will receive partial credit toward the training goal in the Distinguished Club Program. Arrive early for the best seating. Due to technology limitations, entry to the meeting may close.

WHAT WILL ATTENDEES LEARN: This session helps you learn about your officer role, as well as the best practices to better serve your club. This is a perfect educational opportunity for Toastmasters’ Club Officers as well as all members to come together to network, share ideas, and be inspired.  It’s where club officers receive training on how to best serve their clubs, and every Toastmaster can expand their skills as a communicator and a leader with additional educational sessions.

AGENDA:

8:00  – 8:30 am    Check-In & Networking (30 minutes) – Log in/view tips for zoom meeting/rename yourself/chat will fellow Toastmasters
8:30  – 9:15 am     General Session: Welcome/Club Success Plan (30 minutes) – Learn about the first step towards delivering club excellence
9:15 –  10:00 am   Officer Breakout Sessions (1 hour) – Learn what to do as an officer before, during, and after your meetings

PREREQUISITES:  

Club Success Plan Pre-work:  This pre-work provides knowledge that supports the experiential learning that will take place in the live sessions at Club Officer Training. By completing it, you will be prepared to participate in discussions and activities with fellow club officers. This information will be utilized but not presented in the session.

Time Investment – 30 to 60 minutes.

1. Read Recognizing the Advantages of Planning (Source: cliffnotes.com)
2. Read Using Plans to Achieve Goals (Source: cliffnotes.com)
3. Read Identifying Barriers to Planning (Source: cliffnotes.com)
4. Read Distinguished Club Program and Club Success Plan from page 16
5. Watch Dashboards for Club Officers (Video)
Members who do not have access to YouTube can watch the video by clicking this link.
6. Complete Questions to Consider

Club Officer Pre-work: This pre-work provides Club Officers with guides detailing club governance, leadership roles/responsibilities, and strategies to plan for success and in fulfilling your duties as a leader. By completing it, you will be prepared to participate in discussions and activities with fellow club officers. This information will be utilized but not presented in the session.

Time Investment – 30 to 60 minutes.

    1. Read the Club Officer Handbook
    2. Explore the Distinguished Club Program and Club Success Plan
    3. Review Roles and Responsibilities

MUST REGISTER ON ZOOM HERE TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE COURSE:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvc–sqz4pH9zU-Ev3c6Gh0qT4iQtdAA_G

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Time

(Saturday) 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Organizer

Chandra Munagavalasa, DTM, PQD[email protected]

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