Required reading for every club officer. This handbook is divided into sections for each officer position. Be certain to review the section for your office, and ideally skim through the sections for the other officers. That will help produce a more cohesive team.
If you, as a Club President or Club Vice President of Education will not be attending the district business meeting during the fall or spring conference, assign this proxy to a fellow club member. Fill in District 62 as the district, and the date of the business meeting (during the conference) in the upper right corner. The proxy holder must present the proxy to the credentials desk prior to it closing, which will be at least one hour prior to the business meeting.
A 50 page publicity and promotion handbook including sample news releases and community promotion ideas.
A 1 page chart listing the aspects of toastmasters and relating them to the benefits and subsequent value to the individual and to their organization.
Describes the requirements for each step along the path to achieving your Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) designation.
Downloadable flyers and other templates for Open Houses, Contests, Speechcraft events, and others.
The various competitions and campaigns being conducted by the district this year.
All Contest Chairpersons and Chief Judges should review the rule book. You should also be sure to have a printed copy on hand at the contest. Rulebooks are mailed to the club president each year.
An overview of how to be a contest judge. Produced by Toastmasters International.
This is a compressed file containing a collection of templates, guides, and checklists for conducting a contest. This kit is specialized towards a club level contest held in the fall.
This is a compressed file containing a collection of templates, guides, and checklists for conducting a contest. This kit is specialized towards a club level contest held in the spring.
Coach’s Corner is a brainstorming tool that brings a member’s speech ideas to a group setting.
Promote Toastmasters in your community while helping build up the confidence, leadership skill, and communication skill of the youth in your community. Produced by Grand Blanc Toastmasters.
An evaluation guide used by District Evaluation Contest winner Helen Dotson for oral evaluations and presented during officer training.
Charlie Wilson, DTM published the following information in 2001. 115 ideas to recruit new members and 106 ways to retain members. The lists were compiled through four workshop presentations where the audience was asked to solve common problems in Toastmasters clubs – Gaining New Members & Retaining Current Members.
A pre-officer training event with a keynote speech from 2012 World Champion of Public Speaking Ryan Avery. Held in Grand Rapids on December 7th, 2013. 2 hours.