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Moments of Truth - Chart



This manual is part of the THE SUCCESSFUL CLUB SERIES.

This manual is part of the THE SUCCESSFUL CLUB SERIES.



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  • MOMENTS OF TRUTHClub Quality Standards EvaluationFirst Impressions Program Planning and Meeting Organization Guests greeted warmly and introduced to  Program and agenda publicized in advance  o ­ fficers and members Members know program responsibilities and  Guest book and name tags provided  are ­ repared to carry out all assignments p Professionally arranged meeting room  All projects are manual projects  Convenient meeting location  Meetings begin and end on time  Guests invited to address the club  Creative Table Topics™ and activities  Guests invited to join  Positive and helpful evaluations Membership Orientation Membership Strength Formal induction, including presentation of  Club has 20 or more members  m ­ embership pin and ­ anuals m Members are retained  Assignment of mentor  Promotion of club in the community or within  Education programs and recognition  its organization system ­discussed Club programs varied and exciting  Learning needs assessed  Toastmasters sponsoring new members  Speaking role(s) assigned  recognized­ Member involved in all aspects of club activities  Regular membership-building programs Fellowship, Variety, and Communication Achievement Recognition Guests greeted warmly and made welcome  Award applications immediately submitted to  World Headquarters Enjoyable, educational meetings planned  Progress charts displayed and maintained  Regularly scheduled social events  Member achievements formally recognized  Members participate in area, district, and  with ­ceremony ­International events Club, district, and International leaders  Inter-club events encouraged  recognized­ Club newsletter/website published and  Club and member achievements publicized  ­updated ­regularly DCP is used for planning and recognition  P.O. Box 9052, Mission Viejo, CA 92690 USA • Phone: 949-858-8255 • Fax: 949-858-1207 •© 2011 Toastmasters International. All rights reserved. Toastmasters International, the Toastmasters International logo and all other Toastmasters ­nternational trademarks and copyrights are the sole Iproperty of Toastmasters Inter­ ational and may be used only by permission. nPrinted in USA Rev. 3/2011   Item 290B