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How to succeed as VP Public Relations

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How to succeed as VP Public Relations

  1. 1. Achieve Success as Vice President Public Relations Club Officer Training 1313E
  2. 2. 1311B Presentation at Athens Toastmasters Leadership Training By Frances Kazan (mba) Talent Manager & Business Coach Toastmaster since 1996 Highest role in District74, Division Governor Current Role: New Club Coordinator frances@hitw.co.za www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Frances/Kazan skype: frances.kazan www.slideshare.com/Frances Kazan www.hitw.co.za www.facebook.com/frances.kazanw hatsapp: Frances Kazan twitter: @fkazan
  3. 3. Vice President Public Relations (VPPR)  Vice President Public Relations Role  Vice President Public Relations Responsibilities  Vice President Public Relations Resources www.toastmasters.org
  4. 4. Session Objectives  Identify your role within the club  Fulfill your responsibilities within the club and club executive committee  Find resources that help you fulfill your responsibilities www.toastmasters.org
  5. 5. VPPR Role www.toastmasters.org
  6. 6. VPPR Responsibilities  The Club Meeting  Outside the Club Meeting  The Executive Committee www.toastmasters.org
  7. 7. The Club Meeting  Before Club Meetings  Upon Arrival at Club Meetings  During Club Meetings www.toastmasters.org
  8. 8. Before Club Meetings  Verify that information on website and social media is correct.  Order promotional materials. www.toastmasters.org
  9. 9. During Club Meetings  Distribute promotional materials.  Report results of public relations efforts.  Announce public relations campaigns.  Solicit volunteers. www.toastmasters.org
  10. 10. Outside the Club Meeting  Publicize the Toastmasters brand.  Promote the club.  Maintain the club website.  Join a Toastmasters-moderated social networking website.  Produce and distribute a club newsletter. www.toastmasters.org
  11. 11. Outside the Club Meeting  Promote membership programs.  Attend club executive committee meetings.  Attend other Toastmasters events.  Arrange your replacement or assistance.  Prepare your successor for office. www.toastmasters.org
  12. 12. The Executive Committee www.toastmasters.org
  13. 13. Executive Committee - Your Responsibility  Provide a public relations report.  Propose new promotion ideas. www.toastmasters.org
  14. 14. How to Fulfill the VPPR Responsibilities  How  When  Who  What www.toastmasters.org
  15. 15. VPPR Responsibility Action Plan  How will you fulfill this responsibility?  When will each action be completed?  Who is available to help you?  What materials and resources can you use? www.toastmasters.org
  16. 16. VPPR Resources www.toastmasters.org
  17. 17. Getting Started  Attend district-sponsored club-officer training program.  Read materials.  Meet with outgoing executive committee.  Meet with outgoing vice president public relations.  Meet with current executive committee.  Invite one to three members to serve on public relations committee. www.toastmasters.org
  18. 18. Getting Started  Review and order public relations materials.  Solicit articles for website.  Develop media list. www.toastmasters.org
  19. 19. Additional Resources www.toastmasters.org
  20. 20. This concludes session 2D. Club Officer Training

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