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High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem
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High Performance Leadership Project Postmortem

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    • 1. Comedy Off Broadway HIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP PROJECT
    • 2. Analyzing and Presenting Your Results
      • Highlights
      • Leadership Lessons Learned
      • Aspects of Interest
      • Most Valuable and Significant Leadership Behaviors
    • 3. Analyzing and Presenting Your Results
      • Highlights
        • An incredible venue for the Humorous Speech Contest.
        • A well executed - successful event
        • Lots of participation and attendance
        • A fund raising and marketing experience
        • A opportunity for members to earn experience required in the Competent Leadership Manual
    • 4. Analyzing and Presenting Your Results
      • Leadership Lessons Learned
        • Start Earlier – Delegate
        • More face time with volunteers
        • More Web based interaction with committees
    • 5. Analyzing and Presenting Your Results
      • Aspects of Interest
        • Competent Leadership Manual requirements
        • Club donations of $40.00 as down payment for event
          • Serves as a proxy to determine participation
          • Ensures success for basic contest allowing to fundraise immediately
          • Lessened the need for district financial support
        • Filled an often vacant District Level Office
          • Enlisted to be Assistant Mountain Division Governor of Education and Training
    • 6. Analyzing and Presenting Your Results
      • Most Valuable and Significant Leadership Behaviors
        • Phone repore with all teammates
        • Patience
        • Resist the temptation to micromanage
        • Enlist more volunteers than you need
          • Two Sound Technicians, two photographers
    • 7. To imbue new life into the cliché’s of Leadership Teamwork and Stewardship. To reveal the nuances, interplay and common attributes between teamwork, leadership and stewardship in our everyday commitments and raise to a conscious level all the examples that are around us. Raise to a conscious level the opportunities that are in our grasp If we only were only aware. VISION
    • 8. My mission is to leverage the humorous speech contest as a marketing tool by conducting it at Comedy-Off-Broadway. By promoting the event publicly, we will increase participation and draw potential members. Capitalizing on the venue through a PR campaign will raise money for the event and awareness of Toastmasters in the community. MISSION
    • 9. Show others how Toastmasters opportunities relate to real-world applications; Ensure that everyone understands the Vision and the Mission; Encourage participation and support all who want to participate; CORE VALUES
    • 10. Be open-minded to all ideas that are contributed to the cause; Work through all disagreements until win/win is achieved; Lead by example; Ensure that volunteer efforts work towards the goals of each member. CORE VALUES
    • 11. CL Manual Opportunities
      • Project 6 (Organizing and Delegating)
      • Performing any of the 6 criteria
      • 1. Help Organize a Club (or Area) Speech Contest
      • 2. Help Organize a Club (or Area) Special Event
      • 3. Help Organize a Club (or Area) Member Campaign or Contest
      • 4. Help Organize a Club (or Area) PR Campaign
      • 5. Help Produce a Club (or Area) Newsletter
      • 6. Assist the Club’s Webmaster
    • 12. CL Manual Opportunities
      • Project 8 (Motivating People)
      • Performing and of the 2 criteria:
      • 1. Serve as Membership Campaign or Contest Chairman
      • 2. Serve as Public Relations Campaign Chairman
      • (One of the two is required for Project 8)
    • 13. CL Manual Opportunities
      • Project 9 (Mentoring People)
      • Performing this criteria for
      • 1. Serve as HPL Guidance Committee Members
    • 14. CL Manual Opportunities
      • Project 10 (Team building)
      • Performing any of the 5 criteria:
      • 1. Club (or Area) Membership Campaign or Contest Chairman
      • 2. Club (or Area) Public Relations Campaign Chairman
      • 3. Club (or Area) Speech Contest Chairman
      • 4. Club (or Area) Special Event Chairman
      • 5. Club (or Area) Webmaster or Club Newsletter Editor
    • 15. ACTION PLAN
      • HUMOROUS SPEECH AND TABLE TOPICS CONTEST
      • FUND RAISING/SPONSORSHIP AND SPECIAL EVENT CAMPAIGN
      • AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
      • MARKETTING/PR CAMPAIGN
    • 16. ACTION PLAN
      • AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
        • Toastmasters Table for Guests
        • Bring a Friend Announcement to Clubs
      • MARKETTING/PR CAMPAIGN
        • Promotional Article for Newsletters about contest
        • Electronic Posts for Blogs about contest
        • Newspaper Announcements about contest
        • Youtube Video Creation of contest
      • HUMOROUS SPEECH AND TABLE TOPICS CONTEST
        • Admissions Table at Contest
        • Lights and Sound for stage at Contests
        • Refreshments in between Contests
      • FUND RAISING/SPONSORSHIP/SPECIAL EVENT CAMPAIGN
        • Door Prize Organizer at Contest
        • Recognition Award to Comedy Off Broadway at Contest
        • Sponsorship Drive to Raise Funds for Venue for Contest
    • 17. MEDIA OUTLETS
      • LEXINGTON HERALD
        • (EVENTS CALENDAR)
      • WJMM
        • (21 SPOTS)
      • WEKU
        • (PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT)
      • RICMOND MAGAZINE
      • FLYERS
    • 18. LITERATURE
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    • 27. Attendance
      • 44 Members
        • Area 42 – 9 Sign ups
        • Area 41 – 33 Sign ups
      • 22 Guests
      • 14 Volunteers
      • 83 counted during Area 41 contest
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    • 39. Sponsors
      • 6 Financial Sponsors
      • 4 Service Sponsors
      • 20 Gift Sponsors
      • 5 Food Sponsors
    • 40. FINANCES
    • 41. NEXT STEPS
      • THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
      • SET THE STAGE FOR NEXT YEAR
      • WRITE:
        • An article slated for publication
        • Publish Report
      • CELEBRATE:
        • Thank Sponsors and Post Mortem
          • “ If you make hay, or may hay while the sun shines, you take advantage of an opportunity as soon as it arises and do not waste time.”

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