Tag Archives: DCP

Club Officer training lessons

We have had many great questions during our summer officer training sessions, so we thought it might be useful to put some links out on the blog to help answer the questions that came up this season. We’ve had a couple … Continue reading

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July 2015 Achievements

Congratulations to the District 22 members who completed awards in July 2015. We have 2 new DTMs in Fred Gruhn! and Rex Pawlak! as well as 49 other awards submitted this month. Note: Don’t forget the 10,000 Speeches program we’re running … Continue reading

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What are your values?

What do you value most? Is it Integrity, Teamwork, or Best Evaluator Ribbons? The question really speaks to what drives the decisions you make. When it comes to Club Leadership, the Distinguished Club Program guide has a section within the Club … Continue reading

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Measuring the Success and Effectiveness of Club Officers

Lance Miller, 2005 Toastmasters World Champion Speaker, spoke to the gathering at the District 22 June 13th Club Officer Training (aka. TLI). He pointed out that Toastmasters trains club officers separately instead of like a team. His analogy was to … Continue reading

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Chasing Success? Work Your Club Success Plan

As we enter our new Toastmasters Year, new club officers are settling into their new roles. Hopefully by now the officers have attended their Officer Training sessions and read the Club Leadership Handbook. Now is the time for club executive … Continue reading

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Toastmasters: Why the DCP?

Are you a member who struggles to understand (or care about) the Distinguished Club Program? Imagine yourself at a running track, and all of your Toastmasters club members are there too. You are there to improve your communication, leadership and running skills. You join … Continue reading

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