District 86 Program Quality

jacklyn payneProgram Quality Director District 86 - Jacklyn Payne, DTM

Serving District 86 in the capacity of Program Quality Director is an opportunity to help members achieve their personal best through quality service. My goal is to ensure that every member understands the purpose and process of the Education Program in order to reap the full benefit.


It is also important that we understand our growth and development are as a result of effective training of our leaders, the filtering of information to our members and that members participate in all aspects of the toastmasters curriculum.


As the Program Quality Director, I am responsible for all aspects of education and training within the district. This includes supporting quality club programming efforts, promoting the Distinguished Club Program and planning, organizing and executing the District Conference. I am also responsible for promoting and supporting club quality and member retention.

My Team and I will ensure that all 10 Divisions within District 86 receive quality service, readily available and easily accessible information to help members and their clubs succeed. When our members succeed the Club, Area, Division and District succeed.

Jacklyn A Payne DTM
Program Quality Director
District 86 2018-2019

Press Release - Jacklyn Payne, a Distinguished Toastmaster and a member of Brampton Toastmasters and Brampton Raising Champions has been elected as the Program Quality Director, District 86 Toastmasters for the 2018-19 season. Jacklyn will provide educational guidance to nearly 5,000 Toastmasters in Southwestern, Central and Northern Ontario.

"The back bone of Toastmasters is our education program and the single most important factor is the member," said Jacklyn Payne, Distinguished Toastmaster, District 86 Toastmasters. "The program is to empower the member and I will ensure that our leaders are trained to fulfill their mandate of channeling that knowledge to the all Toastmasters."

Payne, a Toastmaster member since 2006, has taken on leadership roles at the Club and District levels including the District 86 Club Growth Director 2017-2018; District 86 Alignment Chair 2017; District 86 Club Extension Chair 2016-2017; and Division A Director 2015-2016. She also served as a Club Ambassador from 2016-Present; Club President 2013-2014; Club Vice President Education 2012-2013; Area Governor 2011-2012; Club Vice President Education 2007-2008; and Club Secretary 2006-2007. She won the District 86 Area Director or the Year Award, 2011-2012 and the Division Director of the Year Award, 2015-2016.

The annual elections were held during the 2018 District 86 Spring Conference in Mississauga, Ontario. Payne will provide direction and counsel to 10 Division Directors, 66 Area Directors, and over 1,600 Club Officers on the educational opportunities in District 86 Toastmasters.

The District 86 Council elected other leaders for the 2018 – 2019 Toastmasters year including Distinguished Toastmasters Kristina Johnston, District 86 Director and Jocelyne Vezina, Club Growth Director and 10 Division Directors.

programqualitydirector@toastmasters86.org

District 86 - Area and Division Success Planning

Cover 1490 2016 07 06 13.33.53Area and Division teams develop their success plans based on the needs and goals of the members they serve.  The Area and Division Success Plans evaluate current situations, establish specific goals, and develop strategies to achieve success. 

The Toastmasters International document "District Recognition Program" (available on this page) includes templates for District, Division, and Area success plans. 

revision 3/2016

Area--Division-Success-Planning-1Also available on this page is the webinar presentation prepared and delivered by Mike Proudlock, DTM last year's PQD on September 30, 2015 on "Area Success Planning", which includes examples of how an Area Success Plan/Division Success Plan templates could be completed.  

pdfArea Division Success Planning.pdf 

pdfDistrict Recognition Program.pdf

District 86 - Distinguished Club Program

The Distinguished Club Program is an annual program - running from July 1 to June 30 - that consists of 10 goals all Toastmaster's clubs strive to achieve. The 10 goals are grouped into four areas:  Education, Membership, Training, and Administration.  Based on the number of goals achieved, clubs may be recognized as Distinguished, Select Distinguished, or President’s Distinguished Club.

Learn more about:

Click on the District 86 Dashboard image on the left to go to the District 86 Dashboard on the Toastmasters International site.  From there, you can drill down to find your club, area, or division performance.


TIPS To Stay Focused

How to Keep Members Engaged and Committed to their Toastmasters Communication & Leadership Goals. Tips from Lance Miller 2005 World Champion Public Speaking, James Clear and LGET.

pdfTIPS_to_Stay_Focused.pdf

 

 

VP Education - Resources

2018 - 2019 Club Planning  Calendar

Help plan your club meetings,contests and events using this weekly planner. Complete with dates for club level contests.

Click Here>> to view thie Doistrict 86 2018-19 calendar of events online.

 

Mentoring New Toastmasters - A How To Guide

Pages from Mentoring New MembersA great resource for every club. Mentoring and Coaching “is to support and encourage people to manage their own learning in order that they may maximize their potential, develop their skills, improve their performance and become the person they want to be.” Eric Parsloe, The Oxford School of Coaching & Mentoring.

Mentoring can be a very positive experience for the Mentee, the Mentor, and the Toastmasters Club. When effectively implemented new members gain the support they need to understand the culture of the Toastmasters Club they have just joined and to set realistic, achievable goals aligned with the reasons/ purpose they had when joining the club and ultimately to reach these goals.

When a Mentoring Program is implemented in an effective manner, new members are likely to feel welcome, be more engaged in the club, become active earlier and stay with the club for longer periods of time. This in turn contributes to a healthier club with more engaged members and lower turnover. Click on the image to view and download.

Easy Speak

easy-speak.orgEasy-Speak is a meeting management software program written by a Toastmaster for Toastmasters designed to minimize human effort in the administration of the club and maximize the data available to run the club effectively.

Contact District 86 Easy Speak Chair  - if you are interested in learning more about the product.  He is a very knowledgeable about the software and how it can help your club and make the entire meeting management process for VPE's easier and more productive.

The Art Of Effective Evaluation - Workshop Presentation

AEE TitleSlidePresented at Toastmasters Learning Institute - January 2017 - pdfdownload here >

 

New Level 2 Pathways Speech Certificate 2018-2019

 6Speech Certificate 2018 19All clubs are encouraged to congratulate members and recognize their achievement in giving the certificate for completing level 2 in the Pathways program. Level 2 certificates are provided by the Program Quality Director District 86, to area directors. On the back are printed the Paths and Core Competencies in Pathways.  Members are encouraged to think ahead about their education goal after completing Level 2. There are many choices!  Your VPE will assist you along your Path and help you with  submitting your Pathways education achievement Levels.
The Level 2 certificates are available from your area director. 

New certificate this year - English version available for download here>> 

New this year - French version available for download here>> 

Please contact me if you need more. Jacklyn - programqualitydirector@toastmasters86.org

Toastmasters Speech Contests

Quality speech contests are an important part of the Toastmasters educational program. They provide an opportunity for Toastmasters to gain speaking experience, as well as an opportunity for other Toastmasters to learn by observing proficient speakers.

2018/2019 Speech Contest Rulebook

Be sure to read the new rule book. Download it here. This is the authority for all contests and changes are made every year. This years changes are marked with ♦. NOTE  Form #1177 is the Official note sheet for the contestants to use in the evauation contest. There is a new results form #1168 in the speech kit.

District 86 Evaluation and International Speech Contest dates: Club January 1 - February 3, / Area February 4 - March 3 / Division March 4 - April 8 - click here for Area Contest Dates and here for Division Contest Dates.

1171 rulebook 2018 2019    Form 1177 Evaluation Contestant Notes

NEW - Speech Contest Eligibility Checker

Contestants , All Judges - Rule book page 5-7

Speech Contest Eligibility Checker

Club and district officers can use the Eligibility Checker to determine if members are in good standing---and belong to a club in good standing---and thus eligible to compete in a speech contest or be a proxy. Please note, club officers can only check the eligibility of members within their own club and cannot use this tool to determine the eligibility of other members. The same type of restriction applies to district leaders: Area directors can only check the eligibility of members within their area; division directors can only check the eligibility of members within their division; and district directors can only check the eligibility of members within their district.

How to Organize a Club Contest

Pages from 2016 How to Organize a Club Contest(And not lose your mind or your cool!)  

This newly revised contest resource will help you organize any contest. Please download and use to make your club contests a resounding success! Area directors and division directors will find 

 

 Scripts

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pdfHumorous_Judges_Pie_Chart_Criteria.pdf

pdfTable_Topics_Judges_Pie_Chart_Criteria.pdf

International Speech and Evaluation Contest

The International Speech Contest is the most important of all Toastmasters Contests.  The speech is to be an original speech of 5-7 minutes.  It can be serious, funny, and inspirational. The International Speech Contest is held at the Club, Area, Division, District, and International level.  The International Speech Contest is the only one that goes all the way to the International competition level - and where the World Champion of Public Speaking is decided!

The Evaluation Contest is 2-3 minutes in length. A test speaker gives a speech which all the evaluation contest contestants listen to and then evaluate. The contestants are taken from the room and give 5 minutes to prepare their evaluations (using form #1177). They are called back to the room one by one according to the predetermined speaking order and deliver their evaluations. The Evaluation contest is held a t club, area , division and district level.

More information & resources about speech contests.

Download the International Speech Contest kit: 2018/2019

Download the Evaluation Contest kit: 2018/2019

Speech Contest tutorials

Speech Contest Script

Area Contests Promotional Items and Program

Download fillable flyer, Eventbrite banner, or Facebook banners and use to promote your Area Contests. Upload flyer to Google Drive, Dropbox or other storage sites, and share the link on in your Area Contest information. 

Use the banners and post on club / area / division Facebook Pages along with link or contests information. 

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Click in the section # and add your area. Click in content with < > and change for your contest. Delete if you you want empty. Open in Acrobat Reader or other PDF reader that allows for fillable forms.

pdfArea Contests Flyer A v2.pdf

pdfArea Contests Flyer B.pdf

 

 

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Division Contests Promotional Items and Program

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Click in the section ? and add your division. Click in content with < > and change for your contest. Delete if you you want empty. Open in Acrobat Reader or other PDF reader that allows for fillable forms.

pdfDivision Flyer A.pdf

pdfDivision Flyer B.pdf

pdfDivision Contest A2.pdf (use for morning or afternoon contests can change - enjoy a ... )

 

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doc2016_Area_Template_IS_EV_Contest_Program_Outside_pages-1and4.doc

doc2016_Briefing_for_contestants_IS_EV.doc

doc2016_Briefing_for_judges.doc 

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 Tall Tales Contest

Tall Tales Speeches are 3 to 5 minutes in length. They are full of exaggerated truths and unbelievable stories.

According to Westside Toastmasters who have this great article about Tall Tales, a Tall Tale should Include the following features:  a  character with extraordinary abilities and a specific goal; a problem that is solved in a humorous way; a careful blend of exaggerated and credible details; and a  comical endingThis is an optional contest that is hosted by some Clubs and Areas - but not at the Division or District level.

 

 

 

D86 Toastmasters Leadership Institute + Winter Club Officer Training - Round 2

Date: January 19, 2019 
Time: Registration 8:15 am, Start time 8:50 am to 4:00 pm
Location: Lincoln M Alexander S.S.  3545 Morning Star Drive , Malton , Mississuaga  MAP
Contact: Anne Dockeray District 86 Education Chair 2017-2018 or Jacklyn Payne District 86 Program Quality Director 2018-2019

Toastmasters Leadership Institute is the largest training event of phase 2. We sell out every time so don't wait.  The day includes 2 rounds of club officer training breakouts, club enhancement workshops, A draw  for Club officers. There are 6 prizes to be won. You must be present to claim your prize and more.  Do not miss this event! It is designed for your success. Cost recovery includes lunch and refreshments.

  Click here to sign up for the training.

  Click here for the agenda

 

D86 Toastmasters Leadership Institute - Summer Club Officer Training - Round 1

Date: May 25, 2019
Time:  8:15 am - 4:00 pm; Registration starts at 8:15am, Sessions start at 8:45am

Location: 3545 Morning Star Drive, Mississauga, On, L4T 1Y3

Contact:  Anne Dockeray District 86 Education Chair 2017-2018 or Jacklyn Payne District 86 Program Quality Director 2018-2019

Click here to Register

Register early as this event sells out quickly.

Clubs with all 7 of 7 officers trained at this TLI will have an opportunity to win a full set of club officer pins. (all must attend the training for their role AND the club officer list must be entered for the 2018-2019 year before the training.)

Click here for the agenda

Includes full day of club officer breakout training by role, educational workshops, networking, Pathways Base Camp Manager training, and more. Light lunch included. 

TRAINING 

When club officers are well trained to perform their duties, club members are better served. This makes the member experience more positive, which leads to increased member retention. 

A minimum of four club officers trained during each of the two training periods 

Your club achieves Goal 9 when at least four of its club officers—president, vice president education, vice president membership, vice president public relations, secretary, treasurer and sergeant at arms—are trained in their responsibilities. 

Officers must attend and fully participate in two district-sponsored training sessions. Credit is not given for non-officers attending in place of elected officers, and credit is given only for one person per office. Officers must be trained for the position to which they were elected. 

Toastmasters International Values:  Respect • Integrity • Service • Excellence
Our Principles:  Lead By Example • Work / Play as a Team 

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