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Why DCP?

  1. 1. Or Why DCP? Charting a Course for Club Success
  2. 2. What is your image of the DCP?
  3. 3. A Snapshot of Club Health?
  4. 4. An Evil Plan by Black Toastmasters International HQ?
  5. 5. Have NO Idea?
  6. 6. DCP is … The Distinguished Club Program!!!
  7. 7. What is DCP? 1. 4 CC 2. ?? More CC 3. 1 ???, ???, or ??? 4. 1 More ???, ???, or ??? 5. ?? C L, ALB , AL S or ?? 6. ?? More C L, ALB , AL S or ??
  8. 8. What is DCP? 7. ?? Members 8. ?? More Members 9. ?? Trained Officers in both Summer and Winter 10.Dues and ?? Submitted on Time.
  9. 9. What is the DCP Reward System? Distinguished Club = 5 Points Select Distinguished = 7 Points President’s Distinguished = 9 Points • Minimum Criteria: 20 Members • You Get Ribbons for your Banner! Yeah Ribbons!
  10. 10. So What? Grumpy Cat – Resident Cat Curmudgeon
  11. 11. Or to put it more politely
  12. 12. Why Do We Have These 10 points?
  13. 13. Good Question!
  14. 14. First, Let’s Start With
  15. 15. The Mission We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. *Newest Version the Club Mission as of FY2013 **emphasis by me
  16. 16. WWYD: What Would You Do? • How would you know your club is fulfilling the Toastmasters mission? • What would you use so anyone in the world could objectively judge that it is? Thinking Time!
  17. 17. What TI Did 1) Set simple goals connected to the mission 2) Created a simple framework to plan & measure progress against seemingly immeasurable problems. 3) Called it the Distinguished Club Program
  18. 18. Key Words Develop Communication Skills Develop Leadership Skills Supportive and Positive Learning Experience CC, AC, etc. CL, AL, etc. ??????????
  19. 19. Supportive and Positive Learning Experience 1.)Enough paying and physically present members to run the meeting 2.)Regular attending and renewing members 3.)Well trained officers who keep the system going.
  20. 20. I understand (sort of) why the categories are there, but what about the numbers?
  21. 21. What makes a Good Goal? It is Relatively Realistic It is Measurable: (or at least you can objectively figure out how far you need to go to achieve it. ) It has a Deadline It has Someone Ultimately Responsible
  22. 22. The Numbers 20 members: 1 TMOD 1 General Evaluator 3 Speakers 3 Evaluators 1 Grammarian 1 Timer 1 Ah-Counter 1 Vote Counter 1 Table Topic Master 4 Table Topic Speakers 3 Absent Members 20 members: 4 new member 20% 8 new members 40% 4 CC: 20% 2 AC: 10% 2 CL, etc.: 10%
  23. 23. New Member! Does 10 Speeches!  Leaves  Does 10 Advanced Speeches!  Leaves  Does CL Manual !  Become an Officer !  Leaves  Leaves  Leaves 
  24. 24. Questions If 4 CCs is hard to get, what are the issues? Long speech wait time? No planning by VPE? Too few new members? To much member turnover? Are members really developing communication Skills? Is there really a supportive and positive learning experience?
  25. 25. Questions If it is hard to get CL, AL, DTM, what are the issues? Do experience members lose interest/burnout? No planning by VPE? Members not motivate to proactively run events? Officers not that interested in training? Is there really a supportive and positive learning experience for leadership? Is there really an opportunity for all to develop leadership skills?
  26. 26. Why DCP?
  27. 27. 1) To have simple framework to objectively know the club is carrying out the Toastmasters Mission
  28. 28. 2) To help set simple measurable goals against seemingly immeasurable problems.
  29. 29. 3) Also to tell if you Club is on schedule to be even more fit!
  30. 30. So What Is Next? 1) Get into groups by club. 2) Review and write down obstacles to each 3) Pick at least five realistic goals 4) Determine what concrete actions you and your members will take. 5) Determine who will be in charge of each action (and it isn’t the President for all) 6) Determine a realistic deadline.
  31. 31. Get Planning!
  32. 32. Almost The Last Word
  33. 33. Meet Regularly to Track and Correct Progress
  34. 34. And Work With Your Members As One Team to Achieve Distinguished Greatness!
  35. 35. Any Questions? *A Q&A Session is at the end of training if you have more questions.

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