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Why Should I Bother with Club Officer Training? What is in it for ME?

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Think about your journey in Toastmasters.  What made you join?  What keeps you at Toastmasters?

As you know, Toastmasters International provides members with public speaking and leadership development opportunities.

Any Club Officer role is an excellent opportunity to develop both communication and leadership skills, to serve or lead in a corporate and/or community environment.

As a Club Officer, or a club member curious about leadership development and opportunities, Toastmaster Leadership Institute (TLI) or Club Officer Training (COT) is for you.

Did you know…..You don’t have to be a Club Officer to attend!

Change is inevitable, growth is optional – John C Maxwell

We encourage you to attend Club Officer Training to learn about a Club Officer role and responsibilities and how they each add value to the club. Seasoned Toastmasters share valuable information, best practices, tools and resources provided by Toastmasters International and District 86 to help you provide exceptional support and service to your members.

Perhaps you are a Toastmaster with years of experience as a Club Officer; you’ve been to the training numerous times.  We implore you to attend, as new information is always being distributed to support your role from Toastmasters International.  Plus, your expertise is of immense value to newer Club Officers.

Curious about leadership opportunities, want to ease into the Club Officer role gently? Attend Club Officer training to demystify the various roles and expectations.

With any of these scenarios, the Program Quality Team is here to support you!

Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t. – Bill Nye.

Network and connect. Club Officer Training is a great exchange of ideas and experiences. Come and experience an open and supportive exchange of ideas including ways to achieve success and overcome challenges. Your fellow Club Officers and the Program Quality Team are great resources.  

  • Hear and learn from experienced Toastmasters.
  • Share experiences and learn best practices to support your members achieving their Toastmaster goals.
  • Help your club earn a Distinguished club goal when a minimum of 4 Club Officers attends TLI or COT in Phase 1 (June 1 – August 31, 2021) and Phase 2 (November 1 – February 28, 2022). 

Success is the sum of small efforts – repeated day in and day out. – Robert Collier

Created by Deridor Collier, Program Quality Director 2021-2022