TLI North

Date: July 27, 2019
Address: New Life Church, 500 Gougar Rd, New Lenox, IL 60451
Time: 8:15 am - 2:00 pm

Time

Room A

Room B

Room C

Room D

Room E

08:15-08:45

Registration and Continental Breakfast

08:55-09:30

Opening Remarks & Keynote Speaker

09:40-10:30

President

VPM

How to Craft a Winning Speech

How to Sponsor a New Club

Power Point Workshop

10:40-11:30

VPE

Treasurer

Pathways: User

How to Mentor a New Club

Attracting New Members

 

11:40-12:30

Secretary

SAA

Effective Evaluations

How to Coach a Club

How to Maximize your Toastmaster Experience

12:40-01:30

VPPR

High Performance Leadership Project

Pathways: Admin

Creating a Quality Club

Improv

01:30-02:00

Closing Remarks, Raffle and Cleanup

 


 

Club Officer Breakout Sessions: Each club officer must attend the breakout session that covers the elected office. There will be a breakout session for President, Vice President Education, Vice Preside Membership, Vice President Public Relations, Treasurer, Secretary and Sergeant at Arms.

High Performance Leadership Project: Are you stuck on what to do for your HPL project? If you are still working in the old manual system you may need the HPL to complete your DTM. Many of the new Pathways also require an HPL project. This panel of DTMs can give you some ideas for potential projects.

Maximizing Your Toastmaster Experience: The core of the Toastmaster experience is the club. However, even in the club there are many opportunities for you to step outside your comfort zone. Once you’ve done that, the next step is participation at the district level. Beyond that, there are opportunities to serve at the International level.

Attracting New Members (1311B): To operate optimally, clubs should be at “charter strength”– 20 or more members. When a club has 20 or more members, more people are available to fill meeting and club officer roles, which means no one member is overburdened with responsibilities. Also, meetings are more fun because more people are involved. Having 20 or more members also will make it easier for the club to become a Distinguished Club. Every club’s goal should be to be recognized as a Distinguished Club. Of course, there’s more to it than this. People are highly mobile, and their lives often change. They come and go. Because of attrition, the club must have a constant influx of new members. This program will discuss how to help prospects discover what membership in your club can do for them and how to turn them into enthusiastic new members.

How to Sponsor a Club (218H): This program is your comprehensive guide for preparing and presenting an effective training session for club sponsors. By the end of this session, the members of your audience will have the knowledge they need to establish new Toastmasters clubs

How to Mentor a New Club (218G): This program is your comprehensive guide for preparing and presenting an effective training session for club mentors. By the end of this session, the members of your audience will have the knowledge they need to mentor new Toastmasters clubs

How to Coach a Club (218F): This program is your comprehensive guide for preparing and presenting an effective training session for club coaches. By the end of this session, the members of your audience will have the knowledge they need to coach a Toastmasters club.