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  • 1. Club Leadership Training Session Achieving Success as President Presented by: Ganesh Srinivasan, ACG, ALB Area 7 Governor Division B, District 20
  • 2. Develop and Improve Club Leadership
    • Ensure club officers meet officer and meeting standards.
    • Search for leaders.
    • Ensure all club offices are filled for the succeeding term.
    Officer’s Responsibilities Outside the Meeting
  • 3. Club Administration
    • Oversee the administrative operation of the club.
    • Schedule and chair the monthly executive committee meetings.
    Officer’s Responsibilities Outside the Meeting
  • 4. Advance Club and Member Achievement
    • Oversee the plan to achieve Distinguished Club Program goals.
    • Ensure the club is Distinguished.
    • Promote CC, AC, CL, and AL awards.
    Officer’s Responsibilities Outside the Meeting
  • 5.
    • Assure Meetings’ Punctuality.
    • Perform the Meetings’ Opening/Closing Speech.
    • Observe Members’ Behavior.
    • Recognize members’ achievements.
    Officer’s Responsibilities At the Club Meeting
  • 6. Strategies to Succeed
    • Promote early arrival and lead by example.
    • Develop a culture of early arrival of Ex-Com team.
    • Start communicating with the TMOD a day before the meeting.
    • Restructure the meeting agenda based on the availability of role players.
    Mission 1: Assure Meetings Punctuality A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 7. Strategies to Succeed
    • The main objectives from every Presidential address:
      • Welcome Guests and Acknowledge the presence of senior officers.
      • Motivate your audience and set their expectations.
      • Set the meeting perfectly for the TMOD.
    Mission 2: Meeting Opening Speech A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 8. Strategies to Succeed
    • To Achieve the given objectives:
        • Read the club’s mission. (if missed by the Sgt at Arms)
        • State the club’s DCP Points status and member achievements
        • Encourage Audience Feedback and participation.
        • Promote the culture of welcoming speakers and role players during the meeting.
    Mission 2: Meeting Opening Speech (continued) A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 9. Strategies to Succeed
        • Brief the audience about TMOD role before introducing him.
        • Prepare an apt introduction for the TMOD.
        • Prepare your speech.
        • Avoid impromptu attempts.
        • Avoid going overtime.
    Mission 2: Meeting Opening Speech (continued) A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 10. Strategies to Succeed
    • The main objectives from Presidential Closing Address:
      • Acknowledge the TMOD’s performance.
      • Encourage Club members to stand for TMOD Role.
      • Appreciate role players and special guests.
      • Comments on the meeting if needed.
      • Most importantly: use it as a closing technique for guests.
    Mission 3: Meeting Closing Speech A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 11. Strategies to Succeed
    • To Achieve the given objectives:
        • Request all guests to speak to the VP Membership & VP Education after the meeting.
        • Allow guests to share their feedback before the closing.
        • Reinforce messages to make a commitment.
        • Highlight parts of the meeting to reflect to the value to be expected from the club meetings.
    Mission 3: Meeting Closing Speech (continued) A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 12. Strategies to Succeed
    • Notice unprofessional behavior.
    • Notice members habits before, during and after the meeting.
    • Identify future leaders.
    • Support mentors.
    • Address your issues only during Exe-com meetings.
    • Maintain control on club quality progress.
    Mission 4: Observe Members Behavior A DOPTING C HANGE T O I MPROVE O URSELVES N OW
  • 13. The Executive Committee
    • Making the club enjoyable
    • All club business
    • All administrative issues
    • Ensuring the club is in the DCP
    Every member is responsible for:
  • 14. The Executive Committee Complete a Club Success Plan
  • 15. The Executive Committee
    • Three steps:
    • State the purpose of the meeting.
    • Inform participants about the meeting.
    • Develop an agenda.
    Conduct Productive Committee Meetings
  • 16.
    • A Moment of Truth is an episode where a member comes in contact with any aspect of the Toastmasters experience and forms an impression of a club’s quality and service
    MOMENT OF TRUTH
  • 17.
    • Q & A
  • 18.
    • CASE STUDY FOR PRESIDENTS: 1
    • WHEN CLUB MEETINGS DON’T START ON TIME
    • Your club meeting is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. At 6:45 p.m. you begin to feel uneasy because the TMOD hasn’t shown up. To make things worse, only five club members out of the regular 15 have arrived. At 7:00 p.m. the TMOD whisks in, complaining about traffic. Finally, at 7:15 p.m., you begin the meeting and introduce the TMOD.
  • 19.
    • Case Study for Club Presidents: 2
    • When Dues Are Due
  • 20.
    • Case Study for Club Presidents: 3
    • Dealing with Deadbeat Officers
  • 21.
    • Evaluate
    • Coach / Motivate
    • Build Self Confidence
    • A Responsibility & A Privilege
    Closing