Club Leader Training
Date: Mon June 17 2019
Time: Platform opens: 5:30 Training: 6:00 to 9:00 pm
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Club Officers Training Via Zoom.
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District 99 Program Quality team is organizing an online leadership training session for incoming officers whose clubs are in remote locations in Northern Alberta.
This first round of training will focus on how to lead your club to success, a highly sought skill that is transferable to the professional and personal life.
The online platform opens at 5.30 p.m. and the event starts at 6 p.m. on Monday, June 17th
Who should attend?
Newly elected club officers.
- Session 1 – Leading Your Club To Success (2019-2020 Club Success Plan)
- Breakout sessions for Club Officers Training
- Session 2 – The Big Push for Growing Healthy Clubs
- Session 3 – Pathways Master Class
Why should you as a club officer attend this training?
Training and leadership development is critical to your success as a club officer. You are exposed to the same toolsets, Managers, Directors, and Executives in the corporate world use to successfully run their organizations. Why would you not take advantage of such opportunity at fraction of the cost and in a safe environment where you can ask any question and learn from others without resulting in a “career-limiting-move (CLM)”?
Can you imagine what kind of team the Eskimos, or any sports team, would be like without training?. What would the business or organization that you work for be like if the senior people didn’t train you in the business procedures?
Attending will help you :
- Review how far you have come in the last 6 months and what you can do differently to finish your role with a positive experience and maximize your leadership development over your term.
- As a group of Club Officers, review your Club’s success plan progress for 2018-2019
- Be exposed to business planning and leadership tools used by executives and senior managers to lead their organizations to success.
- Share your own ideas and learn from other seasoned Toastmasters and District leaders experiences on how similar challenges you may be faced with were resolved
- Establish and build on the personal relationships and networks that you can always leverage when you need immediate help.
- Earn credit in the Distinguished Club Program (DCP) for your club
- Be exposed to other Toastmasters leadership development opportunities outside of your club that you can begin exploring as options for continuous improvement in the coming year.
We look forward to your attendance!
District 99, Program Quality Team