Toastmasters Youth Leadership Farrington High School - Session One

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Youth Leadership Presentation - Session One - Farrington High School - Sponsored by Phoenix Rising Honolulu Toastmasters Club at University of Phoenix Hawaii Campus

Youth Leadership Presentation - Session One - Farrington High School - Sponsored by Phoenix Rising Honolulu Toastmasters Club at University of Phoenix Hawaii Campus

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  • 1. WELCOME to Youth Leadership!
  • 2. Phoenix Rising Honolulu Toastmasters Club
  • 3. George Carroll, M.Ed.
    • K-12 Education Liaison
    • University of Phoenix - Hawaii Campus
    • Youth Leadership Coordinator
  • 4. Dr. Deb Hornsby
    • Campus College Chair
    • College of Education
    • University of Phoenix – Hawaii Campus
  • 5. Veronica Trujillo
    • Academic Affairs Coordinator
    • University of Phoenix – Hawaii Campus
  • 6. What is Toastmasters?
    • Toastmasters is a world renowned educational program designed to help people become better speakers, better listeners, and more effective leaders. There are clubs in over 100 countries.
  • 7. Youth Leadership Program
    • This eight-week program is a local community outreach program designed to help you develop your speaking and leadership skills.
  • 8. Why are we here?
    • The ability to clearly express your thoughts to others often determines how successful you are in life.
    • Good speaking skills are acquired through practice.
  • 9.
    • Choose a partner you do not know well
    • Interview each other (3 minutes)
    • Ex: Why are you interested in joining this Youth Leadership group ?
    • Ex: What is your favorite pastime?
    • The objective is to find out what makes your partner unique
    • Introduce your partner to the group (1 minute) using the information from the interview
    Let’s Get Acquainted!
  • 10. Chairmanship
    • Over the course of your life, you will attend many meetings.
    • Chairmanship and group discussion rules are used in all organizations.
    • A chairman knows meeting rules and parliamentary procedure.
  • 11. Let’s go to the movies!
  • 12. Role of the Chairman
    • Not a dictator, but a leader who knows…
    • the basic rules of procedure
    • the business to be conducted
    • the order of business
    • his or her own rights and rights of members
  • 13. Tips for Good Meetings
    • Have an agenda
    • Start and end the meeting on time
    • Keep the discussion on track
    • Encourage everyone to participate
    • Make certain the meeting’s purpose is accomplished
  • 14. Nominations and Elections
    • Slate One & Slate Two
    • President
    • Vice President
    • Secretary
    • Sergeant-At-Arms
  • 15. President
    • Presides over meetings
    • Is responsible for the planning and organization of meetings
    • Makes sure officers and participants are prepared
  • 16. Vice President
    • Assists president in program planning
    • Assumes duties of president if president is absent
    • Acts as timer for Table Topics exercise (1 or 2 minutes) and individual speeches (4 to 5 minutes)
  • 17. Secretary
    • Keeps records of each meeting
    • Reads minutes of previous meetings
    • Assists coordinator in keeping rolls, distributing materials, and communicating with group members when required
  • 18. Sergeant-at-Arms
    • Is responsible for equipment storage and preparation
    • Prepares the meeting place for each meeting
    • Is responsible for physical comfort of guests and members during meetings (seating, lighting, air conditioning, etc.)
    • Assists president in keeping order
  • 19. The “Nomination” Procedure
    • Stand up and say, I nominate _________________ for the office of _________________.
    • When Slate One is completed, you will nominate Slate Two.
    • “ I move the nominations be closed.”
    • Another one says, “I second the motion.”
  • 20. Speech Evaluation
    • How do you stand as a speaker? (p.6 in your Workbook)
    • Using the Evaluation Guide (handout) – we will all evaluate each other at each session.
  • 21. Ballot Distribution
    • Slate One or Slate Two?
    • President
    • Vice President
    • Secretary
    • Sergeant-At-Arms
  • 22. Introduction of President
    • Introduction - Remarks
    • “ I now adjourn this meeting.”
  • 23. Photos
    • Entire group
    • Each individual
    • Elected officers (Meeting 1 – 4)