Pathways Master Class
Check out this great webinar on Pathways brought to you by District 99.
This masterclass provides a deep dive of Pathways covering the following topics:
1. Pathways Curriculum Overview (4:40)
2. How to navigate the platform (16:30)
3. How to complete your project (40:05)
4. Basecamp Management (1:27:15)
5. Success Story (1:49:46)
The New 2019-2020 Team
Elections were completed and the team for 2019-2020 was elected.
- District Director – Lana Sweeney DTM
- Program Quality Director – Rena Weikle DTM
- Club Growth Director – Dotun Eliezer
The new team will take office on July 1st, 2019. Stay tuned for more announcements about the members of the new team.
Would You Like to Join Our Team?
Would you like to join our team? We are looking for committed, dedicated and personable Toastmasters to move into leadership roles in District 99. Are you interested in being a Division Director or Area Director? For more information contact email@example.com before all the positions are filled!
For more information check out https://d99tm.org/nominations/
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Over 2000 Members
SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN – Monday, April 29, 2019
Jess Tetu, public speaker and serial entrepreneur who is dedicated to philanthropy, will receive the prestigious Toastmasters International Communication and Leadership Award at the District 99 Toastmasters Conference on Friday, May 3 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
“Jess provides motivation and inspiration to everyone that hears her story. She models the core values of Toastmasters in effective communication and leadership,” says District 99 Director, Glenn Walker.
The Communication and Leadership Award was established to honour a leading citizen in the District for her communication and leadership skills. District 99 is a geographic region that includes central and northern Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Jess is the sole owner of four Just For You Day Spas in Saskatchewan & Alberta, Founder & CEO of Lia Reese Canada, (Saskatchewan’s Beauty Brand), Co-Founder of Entrepreneur306 Business Consulting and Founder & CEO of 4seventyone Recovery Resources, a non-for-profit charity she created assisting families of addiction. She volunteers on multiple community and charity foundation boards across the province, among supporting countless other events, fundraisers and community programs.
The conference will be held at the Saskatoon Inn and Conference Centre.
Media are invited to attend. Regular admission is by ticket. Ticket purchase information is available.
Event: Communication and Leadership Award presentation to Jess Tetu
Date: Friday, May 3, 2019
Where: Saskatoon Inn and Conference Centre 2002 Airport Drive
Time: 8:30 p.m.
About Toastmasters International
Toastmasters International is a worldwide nonprofit educational organization that empowers individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders. Headquartered in Englewood, Colo., the organization’s membership exceeds 357,000 in more than 16,600 clubs in 143 countries. Since 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators and leaders. For information about local Toastmasters clubs, please visit www.toastmasters.org. Follow @Toastmasters on Twitter.
The University of Alberta’s Department of Surgery, which is ranked sixth globally for transplantation, is preparing its first Communications Strategic Plan – with a lot of Toastmasters International input going into it.
District 99 PR Manager Nick Wilson, who heads the department’s communications, authored the plan using knowledge gained from his experience as a journalist and TM leadership and communications programs. “Everything I’ve learned in Toastmasters: delegation, performance measurement and accountability, the High Performance Leadership Project and the advanced series it comes from, including speaking on video and public relations, is pouring into the strat plan,” Wilson says.
“In fact,” he adds, “I wouldn’t have landed this job without the confidence and impromptu speaking skills I needed for the interview – when I first joined Toastmasters I was even nervous about introducing myself at meetings.”
The University of Alberta is no stranger to the program. It has three clubs, and Toastmaster volunteers have been teaching speech craft at The Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences – ranked number three in Canada and 15th in the world for research – for more than three decades.
Toastmasters has provided the opportunities to improve my skills that benefit me in the workplace. Less than a year into my membership and I can already feel the results of my efforts. I no longer mumble or speak too fast while giving instruction, and my interactions with newcomers in the workplace have become more fluid. My confidence is through the roof and so I have become a better leader and have garnered respect from my colleagues. Whenever my team receives new members I no longer fret over my initial meeting with them – I know I can wing it with confidence!