Toastmasters Club VP Education - Role and Responsibility by Toastmaster Sanjiv Banerji


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Toastmaster Sanjiv Banerji who is the VP Education of his Toastmasters club shares his views, suggestions, tips for being an effective VP Edu at the Officer Training Programme.

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Toastmasters Club VP Education - Role and Responsibility by Toastmaster Sanjiv Banerji

  1. 1. 1 Vice President - Education Officer’s Training Program July 21st 2013 Faculty: Sanjiv Banerji
  2. 2. 2 First, the Mindset….. • Why did you take up the VP Education role? • Heaven or Hell? It’s what you make of it. • The Abundance Mentality • The inverted pyramid – why you need to practice this!
  3. 3. 3 What’s in it for you? • Higher Self Esteem • Higher Self Worth • Improved Self Image • Valuable Success Reference • Explosive growth in confidence!
  4. 4. 4 Filling Agendas • The Online Agenda – your power tool! If you have it, good! If you don’t have it, get it! • Agenda Status – your effectiveness tool
  5. 5. 5 Filling up the Hall • The Meeting Invitation – make it upbeat, fun and interesting. • Guest-speak: a priceless word-of-mouth tool! • Minutes: Your visibility tool! Keep them hooked. Keep them coming back.
  6. 6. 6 Boosting Membership! • Guest introduction. Record it! Send it to them! • Dale Carnegie speaks: - Remember their Name! - Be hearty with your greetings! - Reply to enquiries promptly!
  7. 7. 7 You lead…..They will follow • Punctuality • Regular Attendance • Availability • Integrity • Clarity and neatness • Professionalism
  8. 8. 8 Administrative Tasks • Meeting Tracker • Club Master • DCP Goals • Golden Gavel • Mentor Allocation • Toastmasters International WebsiteLogging i
  9. 9. 9 6 Weapons of Influence • Reciprocity • Authority • Social Proof • Scarcity • Commitment and Consistency • Liking
  10. 10. 10 Miscellaneous Tips • Mail Merge for Personalized emails • Self Interest and the ‘You’ factor • Your Closing Address: Move them en- masse in the direction you want. Shine the spotlight on your Members – other’s will want to follow.
  11. 11. 11 All the Best!
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  13. 13. 13 Your Efficiency Tool Agenda Status Role Jun 09, 2013 Jun 16, 2013 Jun 23, 2013 Toastmaster Vijay Vishwanathan Nidhi Saraf SN Krishnan Table Topics Master Prashant Dugar Sheshadri Savalgi Prashant Bhekare General Evaluator Naveed Zakaria Ganesh Nayak Karan Mehra Timer Medha Pandit Pinak Majmudar Ashish Acharya Ah Counter Prashant Bhekare Medha Pandit Rajashekhar Reddy Grammarian Nidhi Saraf Jaya Ragoowansi Nidhi Saraf Speaker1 Shruti Pandit P8 Medha Dixit P2 Naveed Zakaria P7 Speaker2 Sheshadri Savalgi P3 Priyanka Shinde P2 Shruti Pandit P9 Speaker3 Erika Menezes P2 Prashant Bhekare P4 Sachin Bhandary Speaker4 Raman Gupta P2 Shruti Pandit P8 Sheshadri Savalgi P4 Speaker5 Vikram Kalloo ACB3 Amit Kumar Ankit Masrani P3 Speaker6 Rajashekhar Reddy P2 Naveed Zakaria P6 Pinak Majmudar P1 Evaluator1 Akash Jain Vikram Kalloo Evaluator2 Karan Mehra Meganathan Ramya Thyagarajan Evaluator3 Geeta Pillai SN Krishnan Amit Prabhu Evaluator4 Manoj Kalyani Ganesh Nayak Avinash Agarwal Evaluator5 Neenu Kewlani Manoj Kalyani Tahir Furniturewalla Evaluator6 Ruchin Bhavsar Ruchin Bhavsar Ruchin Bhavsar Agenda Status Social Proof Scarcity
  14. 14. 14 Sanjiv Banerji VP Education Mumbai Toastmasters Call me: 9819953046 Step Up! Speak Up! Move Up! Use Your Authority
  15. 15. 15 Online Agenda. Get It. Use It.
  16. 16. 16 Personalized Emails – Mail-merge in Gmail……Use it! This is what you send…….
  17. 17. 17 Personalized Emails – Mail-merge in Gmail……Use it! This is what they see…….
  18. 18. 18 Your Invitation….a power tool to fill the Meeting Hall
  19. 19. 19 Shine the Spotlight on your Members