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Presentation at 2008 Fall Area 41/42 Officer Make-up training at Commerce Lexington.

Presentation at 2008 Fall Area 41/42 Officer Make-up training at Commerce Lexington.

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  • 1. What is an Area Council? The Area Council is the management group for the Area.  The responsibility of the Area Governor is to hold two Area Council meetings during the year.
  • 2. The Area Council members are: Area Governor (Chairman) Club Presidents Club Vice Presidents Education Club Vice Presidents Membership.   
  • 3. Other Council Members include Assistant Area Governor of Education (appointed) Assistant Area Governor Marketing (appointed) Area Secretary (appointed)
  • 4. Area Council Functions:
    • (Provide assistance to club officers in)
    • Club Leadership Training;
    • Building Membership;
    • Identifying opportunities for and organizing new clubs;
    • Educational completions and programming;
    • Public Relations;
  • 5. Area Council Functions
    • (Provide assistance to club officers in)
    • Club Administration;
    • Area Speech Contests;
    • Inter-Club Activities;
    • Club Programming;
    • Set goals for the area of each club;
  • 6. Area Council Functions
    • (Provide assistance to club officers in)
    • Follow up on progress toward goals;
    • Share news, ideas, and suggestions;
    • Discuss club needs;
    • Keep communication open between area and clubs;
    • Discuss area and club problems with the district governor or district representative.
  • 7. Individual Club Reports: Normally, each Club’s representative reports the status and health of their club in the form of a brief 1-3 minute report as part of the Area Council Agenda.
  • 8. Individual Club Reports:
    • The report should consider the following information:
    • Membership status
    • Educational completions in club
    • Club administration
      • (renewals, Distinguished Club Program)
    • Summary of Distinguished Club Program
      • goals and accomplishments
    • New ideas being tried in the club
  • 9. Individual Club Reports:
    • The report should consider the following information:
    • Youth Leadership
    • Success/Leadership
    • Speech-craft
    • Other programs conducted by the club
    • Challenges within the club
    • Future plans
  • 10. AREA COUNCIL AGENDA
    • Individual Club Reports
    • Mentoring Program Roll Out
    • Upcoming Speech Contest
    • Upcoming Bluegrass Division Project
  • 11.  
  • 12.  
  • 13. Individual Club Reports
    • AREA 42
      • Madco Toastmasters
      • Corning Toastmasters
      • Downtown Lunch Bunch
      • Lexmark Toastmasters
      • Clark County Toastmasters
      • Lexington Leaders
  • 14. Individual Club Reports
    • AREA 41
      • Lexington Toastmasters
      • Toastmasters of the Bluegrass
      • Capital City Toastmasters
      • Wilderness Trace Toastmasters
      • Sunrise Toastmasters
      • Georgetown Royals
  • 15. Humorous Speech and Table Topics Contest Results (Mountain Division Level)
    • Humorous Speech
      • 1st - Adam Yulish
      • 2nd - Janet Sweeney
        • (Lexington Leaders Area 42)
      • 3rd - Wm. Scott Hill
      • 4th - Ashley McGlone
        • (George Town Royals Area 41)
  • 16. Humorous Speech and Table Topics Contest Results (Mountain Division Level)
    • Table Topics -
      • 1st - Tommy Lanham
        • (Lexington Toastmasters Area 41)
      • 2nd - Adam Yulish
      • 3rd - Wm. Scott Hill
  • 17. Speech Contest Rotation
    • Spring ‘06 Capital City Toastmasters
    • Fall ‘06 Sunrise Toastmasters
    • Spring ‘07 Toastmasters of the Bluegrass
    • Spring ‘07 (Division) Lexington Toastmasters
    • Fall ’07 Wilderness Trace /Toastmaster of the Bluegrass
    • Spring ’08 Capital City Toastmasters
    • Fall ’08 Sunrise Toastmasters/Comedy Off Broadway
  • 18. Speech Contest Rotation
    • Spring ’09 Toastmasters of the Bluegrass
    • Fall ’09 Lexington Toastmasters
    • Spring ’10 Wilderness Trace Toastmasters
    • Fall ’10 GeorgeTown Royals
  • 19. Mentoring Program Roll Out "A lot of people have gone further than they thought they could because someone else thought they could." The mentor does just that, they believe that their mentees can do it. This, in itself, is usually encouragement enough for the mentee to do their best to succeed in life.”
  • 20. A Mentor helps one Visualize, Verbalize and Realize your goals.
    • By asking the questions…
    • Where are you now?
    • Where do you want to be?
    • How do you get there?
    • How are you doing?
  • 21. Formal Mentoring Roles
    • Successful Club Series - Mentoring
    • CL Manual – Project 9 (New Mentor, Old Mentor, HPL Guidance Committee)
    • AC Gold – Mentor the first 3 speeches
    • AL Silver - Served as a Club Sponsor, Club Mentor, or Club Coach (formerly, Club Specialist).
    • Mentoring Program
    • VP of Education, VP of Membership
  • 22. Mentoring Program Roll Out
    • Start a Mentoring Program
    • Be a mentee and a mentor
    • Join the Mentoring Committee
    • Be the VP of Membership or Education
    • Research on mentoring
    • Find a Mentor outside of Toastmasters
  • 23. Upcoming Bluegrass Division Project
    • Each Division needs at least 3 Areas
    • Each Area needs at least 4 clubs
    • Current State (12 clubs)
      • Two Areas with 6 clubs each
    • Proposal (12+clubs)
      • Three Areas with 4 clubs each
  • 24. MOUNTAIN DIVISION AREA 41 AREA 42 AREA 43 AREA 44 BLUEGRASS DIVISION
  • 25. Call for District Officers
    • Bluegrass Division Governor
    • Area 1 Governor
    • Area 2 Governor
    • Area 3 Governor
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28. SESSION # 1  
    • VPs of Education Session
      • Mike Mullen
    • VPs of Public Relations Session
      • Susan Coates
    • VPs of Membership Session
      • Bobby Ricks
    • District Officer Panel Discussion
  • 29. SESSION # 2  
    • Presidents Session
      • Ronnie Baxter
    • Secretaries Session
      • Eric Edson
    • Sergeant at Arms Session
      • Bobby Ricks
    • Treasurer Session
      • Doug Petch
    • Mentoring
      • Madiha Ahmed
  • 30.