Train The Trainer Session - Toastmasters Club Officer Training

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Train The Trainer Session - Toastmasters Club Officer Training

  1. 1. District 70 Club LeadershipDistrict 70 Club Leadership TrainingTraining Train the trainerTrain the trainer 30 May 201030 May 2010 Eric PaceEric Pace
  2. 2. WelcomeWelcome • Why me?Why me? • Be involvedBe involved • Ground rulesGround rules
  3. 3. AgendaAgenda • IntroductionIntroduction • Focus activities and discussionsFocus activities and discussions • Overview of the CLT sessionsOverview of the CLT sessions • Introduction to concepts of adult learningIntroduction to concepts of adult learning • Analysis of this sessionAnalysis of this session • Developing focus questionsDeveloping focus questions • Bloom’s TaxonomyBloom’s Taxonomy • ConclusionConclusion
  4. 4. Focus QuestionsFocus Questions
  5. 5. Why are you here?Why are you here? • What is your goal for today’s training?What is your goal for today’s training? • What do you want to achieve today?What do you want to achieve today? • Write your goal on your agenda?Write your goal on your agenda?
  6. 6. Why are you here?Why are you here? DiscussionDiscussion
  7. 7. Who are our club officers?Who are our club officers? • Why do people take on club executiveWhy do people take on club executive roles?roles? • Why do people come to club officerWhy do people come to club officer trainingtraining • Why is it important to know the answers?Why is it important to know the answers?
  8. 8. Why do we train club officers?Why do we train club officers? • ActivityActivity • Why is it important to train club officers?Why is it important to train club officers? • What specific training do club officersWhat specific training do club officers need?need?
  9. 9. DiscussionDiscussion Why do we train club officers?Why do we train club officers?
  10. 10. Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important? • Activity:Activity: • Reasons for achievingReasons for achieving • Excuses for avoidingExcuses for avoiding
  11. 11. DiscussionDiscussion Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important?
  12. 12. • DCP is not the goalDCP is not the goal • DCP is a toolDCP is a tool • DCP is a collection of measurable KPI’sDCP is a collection of measurable KPI’s • BalancedBalanced • Enhances Transferable SkillsEnhances Transferable Skills Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important?
  13. 13. Why don’t they follow the DCPWhy don’t they follow the DCP • They’re not knowledgeableThey’re not knowledgeable • They don’t know about the DCPThey don’t know about the DCP • Inform themInform them
  14. 14. Why don’t they follow the DCPWhy don’t they follow the DCP • They’re not skilledThey’re not skilled • They don’t know how to achieve goalsThey don’t know how to achieve goals • Educate themEducate them
  15. 15. Why don’t they follow the DCPWhy don’t they follow the DCP • They’re not interestedThey’re not interested • They don’t care about the DCPThey don’t care about the DCP • Motivate themMotivate them
  16. 16. DiscussionDiscussion Why don’t they care?Why don’t they care?
  17. 17. There’s noThere’s no connection toconnection to their goalstheir goals Why don’t they care?Why don’t they care?
  18. 18. Role play and coachingRole play and coaching Is the DCP important?Is the DCP important?
  19. 19. SummarySummary • Your goals for this sessionYour goals for this session • Why people become club leadersWhy people become club leaders • Why leaders come to trainingWhy leaders come to training • Why we conduct trainingWhy we conduct training • DCPDCP • Why it’s importantWhy it’s important • Why many don’t careWhy many don’t care
  20. 20. Overview ofOverview of Club Leadership TrainingClub Leadership Training Club Leadership TrainingClub Leadership Training
  21. 21. Club Leader TrainingClub Leader Training • TerminologyTerminology • Lecture (L)Lecture (L) • Discussion (D)Discussion (D) • Guided Discussion (GD)Guided Discussion (GD) • Buzz Group (BG)Buzz Group (BG) • Activity (A)Activity (A) • Game (G)Game (G) • Case Study (CS)Case Study (CS)
  22. 22. IntroductionIntroduction • Motivational Rah-Rah by District Big WigMotivational Rah-Rah by District Big Wig • Do be inspiringDo be inspiring • Do be up beatDo be up beat • Do be briefDo be brief
  23. 23. Charting a course for successCharting a course for success • (D) What is Leadership?(D) What is Leadership? • Leadership, management, administrationLeadership, management, administration • (D) Vision and mission(D) Vision and mission • (L) Mission of a club(L) Mission of a club • (L) SMART Goals(L) SMART Goals • (A) Write a SMART goal(A) Write a SMART goal • (L) Team building and motivation(L) Team building and motivation • (L)Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing(L)Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing
  24. 24. Club Officer RolesClub Officer Roles • (L) Importance of understanding role(L) Importance of understanding role • (G) Whose job is it anyway?(G) Whose job is it anyway? • (D) Debrief(D) Debrief • (BZ) Breakout session(BZ) Breakout session • (D) What did you learn(D) What did you learn • (G) Executive Dinner(G) Executive Dinner
  25. 25. Whose job is it anyway!
  26. 26. Assigns a mentor to new members VPE
  27. 27. Maintains a relationship with the District and the club President
  28. 28. Schedules special events including contests VPE
  29. 29. Who submits new member dues and applications for membership on-line to World HeadquartersTreasurer
  30. 30. Whose responsible for setting up the meeting room SAA
  31. 31. Contacts members who have not been to meetings for a while VPM
  32. 32. Orients new members to the Toastmaster Program within two weeks of joiningVPE
  33. 33. Meets and greets guests when they arrive All
  34. 34. Responsible for booking and confirming venue bookings SAA
  35. 35. The End
  36. 36. ExecutiveExecutive DinnerDinnerPurposeSetupRulesDebriefPurposeSetupRulesDebrief PurposeSetupRulesDebriefPurposeSetupRulesDebrief PurposeSetupRulesDebriefPurposeSetupRulesDebrief
  37. 37. Motivating AchievementMotivating Achievement • (D) What motivates people(D) What motivates people • (L) Tangible vs intangible rewards(L) Tangible vs intangible rewards • (L) Expectations matter(L) Expectations matter • Story about teachers expectationsStory about teachers expectations • (D) Incentives(D) Incentives • Educational ProgramEducational Program • Other incentivesOther incentives
  38. 38. Educational ProgramEducational Program • (L) The Program(L) The Program • (GD) Purpose of program(GD) Purpose of program • (GD) Benefits to member(GD) Benefits to member • (GD) Benefits to club(GD) Benefits to club
  39. 39. Attracting New MembersAttracting New Members • (D) Who are our prospective members?(D) Who are our prospective members? • (D) How do we find them?(D) How do we find them? • (D) How do they find us?(D) How do they find us? • (BG) Why do you come back?(BG) Why do you come back? • L or A: Quality Club AuditL or A: Quality Club Audit • (L/D) Help them decide(L/D) Help them decide
  40. 40. Expert PanelExpert Panel • (Q and A)(Q and A)
  41. 41. What’s not includedWhat’s not included • Club contestClub contest • PR materialPR material • AG VisitAG Visit • Process membersProcess members • Process educational awardsProcess educational awards • Area, Division, District StructureArea, Division, District Structure • District CouncilDistrict Council • District web siteDistrict web site
  42. 42. Summary of CTLSummary of CTL • IntroductionIntroduction • Leadership and team buildingLeadership and team building • Club officer rolesClub officer roles • Motivating achievementMotivating achievement • Educational programEducational program • Attracting membersAttracting members • Expert panelExpert panel
  43. 43. Adult LearningAdult Learning
  44. 44. Adult LearnersAdult Learners • Autonomous and self directedAutonomous and self directed • Foundation of life experiencesFoundation of life experiences • Goal orientedGoal oriented • Relevancy orientedRelevancy oriented • PracticalPractical • Need to be treated with respectNeed to be treated with respect • Malcolm KnowlesMalcolm Knowles
  45. 45. Analysis of this courseAnalysis of this course • Break up into groups of six and discussBreak up into groups of six and discuss where the principles of adult learningwhere the principles of adult learning have and have not been used in thishave and have not been used in this course.course. • Appoint a spokesperson to present backAppoint a spokesperson to present back to the class.to the class.
  46. 46. DiscussionDiscussion Analysis of this courseAnalysis of this course
  47. 47. Design five focus questionsDesign five focus questions • Break up into seven groupsBreak up into seven groups • Discuss following executive rolesDiscuss following executive roles • Each group to write five focus questionsEach group to write five focus questions • Group 1 - PresGroup 1 - Pres • Group 2 - VPEGroup 2 - VPE • Group 3 - VPMGroup 3 - VPM • Group 4 - VPPRGroup 4 - VPPR Tex • Group 5 - SecGroup 5 - Sec • Group 6 - TresGroup 6 - Tres • Group 7 - SAAGroup 7 - SAA
  48. 48. DiscussionDiscussion Design five focus questionsDesign five focus questions
  49. 49. Summary of Adult LearningSummary of Adult Learning • Adult Learning TheoryAdult Learning Theory • Practiced by reviewing a sessionPracticed by reviewing a session • Design a series of focus questionsDesign a series of focus questions
  50. 50. Expert PanelExpert Panel
  51. 51. Bloom’s Taxonomy ofBloom’s Taxonomy of educational objectiveseducational objectives • CognitiveCognitive • Knowledge - RememberingKnowledge - Remembering • Comprehension - UnderstandingComprehension - Understanding • Application - ApplyingApplication - Applying • Analysis - AnalysingAnalysis - Analysing • Evaluation - EvaluatingEvaluation - Evaluating • Synthesis - CreatingSynthesis - Creating • Affective & PsychomotorAffective & Psychomotor
  52. 52. In ConclusionIn Conclusion A bit of funA bit of fun A bit of funA bit of fun
  53. 53. Mother in law
  54. 54. Woman Hitler
  55. 55. Philip Bendeich
  56. 56. Chip behind Pie
  57. 57. Rebecca Plush
  58. 58. Cheaper Clubs
  59. 59. Kaylene Ledger
  60. 60. Legendary Leek
  61. 61. Ron Marriot
  62. 62. Mr Titan Roar
  63. 63. Wendy White
  64. 64. The Windy We
  65. 65. Nick and Joan Rinaldi
  66. 66. Ironclad Kinda Ninja
  67. 67. Bob Kirchner
  68. 68. Chink Robber
  69. 69. Sam Ekinci
  70. 70. Mini Cakes
  71. 71. Alison Lavik
  72. 72. A Sock Villain
  73. 73. Ronda Hookham
  74. 74. Mad Hookah Horn
  75. 75. John Colebatch
  76. 76. Taco John Belch
  77. 77. Laurel Holterman
  78. 78. Our Maternal Hell
  79. 79. Elizabeth Symmons
  80. 80. Them Mis Lazybones
  81. 81. Gary Wilson
  82. 82. A Long Swirly
  83. 83. Cheryl Keane
  84. 84. Her Cyan Leek
  85. 85. Richard Stacey
  86. 86. Sir Deary Catch
  87. 87. Karen Stacey
  88. 88. Cranky Tease
  89. 89. Donna Pace
  90. 90. A Can Do Pen
  91. 91. Eric Pace
  92. 92. A Epic Rec
  93. 93. Rick Haynes
  94. 94. Sir Hackney
  95. 95. Inky Arches
  96. 96. Cry Hankies
  97. 97. Sneaky Rich
  98. 98. Hairy Necks
  99. 99. The End

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