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  • 1. Toastmasters International Goal Setting and Planning
  • 2. Characteristics of a Good Goal
    • S pecific
    • M easurable
    • A ction-oriented
    • R ealistic
    • T ime-bound
  • 3. Goals for Toastmasters Clubs
    • By June 30 of next year….
      • 2 Competent Communicators (CCs)
      • 1 Advanced Communicator (AC)
      • 1 Competent Leader (CL), Advanced Leader (AL), or Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)
      • 4 New Members
      • Officer Training & Dues submitted on time
    Refer to Toastmasters Distinguished Club Guidelines for more information.
  • 4. Individual Goals for Toastmasters
    • Achieve Competent Communicator (CC) status by 12/31/07
    • Participate in all roles in a club meeting by 12/31/07
      • Speaker
      • Evaluator
      • Toastmaster
      • Timer
      • Grammarian / Ah Counter
      • Table Topics Master
    • Attend at least 1 Club meeting every month
  • 5. Other Individual Goals
    • Educational
      • Complete my degree program by 12/31/2010
      • Start my degree program by next fall semester
      • Apply for admission by 12/31/07
    • Financial
      • Start an emergency fund by the end of this month
      • Contribute 10% each month
    • Spiritual
      • Visit 5 different churches by end of this summer
      • Join a church by 9/30/07
      • Attend weekly services
  • 6. Other Tips
    • Involve the team in setting team goals
    • Document your goals
    • Identify potential conflicts or problems
    • Regularly review progress
  • 7. Planning
    • Describes how a goal will be achieved
    • Plan identifies
      • Activities
      • Resources
      • Timelines
      • Dependencies
    • Ensures the objective will be achieved efficiently and effectively
    • Team should be involved in planning process if appropriate
  • 8. Reasons to Plan
    • Make leaders more future-oriented
    • Enables leaders to coordinate decisions
    • Reinforces goals & team buy-in
    • Ensures efficient use of resources
    • Provides FOCUS
  • 9. The Planning Process
    • Establish Strategies
    • Set a timetable
    • Assign responsibilities
    • Anticipate obstacles
    • Modify as necessary
  • 10. Planning Process - Example
    • Goal: “Complete Project X by 12/31/2007”
    • Identify steps to achieve goal
    • Assign accountability to each step
    • Get commitment & dates from accountable parties
    • Document the commitment in the form of a project plan
    • Anticipate risks & manage the greatest risks first
    • Update the plan as you progress
  • 11. Distinguished Club Program Requirements 1. Two CCs 2. Two more CCs 3. One AC 4. One more AC 5. One CL, AL, or DTM 6. One more CL, AL, or DTM 7. Four new members 8. Four more new members 9. Minimum of four club officers trained during each of two training periods 10. One semiannual membership report and one club officer list submitted on time 5 goals = Distinguished Club 7 goals = Select Distinguished Club 9 goals = President’s Distinguished Club
  • 12. Power Speakers Club DCP Status July 1, 2006 – June 30, 2007 1. Two CCs 6. One more CL, AL, or DTM 2. Two more CCs X 7. Four new members 3. One AC X 8. Four more new members 4. One more AC 9. Minimum of four club officers trained during each of two training periods 5. One CL, AL, or DTM X 10. One semiannual membership report and one club officer list submitted on time 5 goals achieved = Distinguished Club 7 goals achieved = Select Distinguished Club 9 goals achieved = President's Distinguished Club Verify your progress at www.toastmasters.org Membership Requirement: At year-end (June 30), you must have at least 20 members OR a net growth of at least five members to qualify.
  • 13. Key Take-Aways
    • Set SMART goals & document
    • Create a plan to achieve goal
    • Review progress regularly & adjust as needed
    • Our Toastmasters Club needs YOU to meet its goals in the DCP program