Attend District 60’s Club Officer Training and Toastmasters Learning Institute to meet officers from other clubs, discuss your successes and challenges, and devise a plan to end the year as a Distinguished Club.
Saturday, January 11, 2020 Click to register
Glendon College, York Hall
2275 Bayview Ave. at Lawrence
Cost: $10.00 CAD, includes morning refreshments. Pack a bagged lunch or purchase at Glendon’s cafeteria
9:00 a.m. Registration and refreshments
9:30 a.m. Opening remarks
9:40 a.m. Speech contest planning
9:50 a.m. Keynote speaker: Kwesi Millington, Author, Speech Coach, Motivational Speaker
10:35 a.m. Pathways Panel
11:00 a.m. Break
11:15 a.m. Workshops
12:15 p.m. Lunch (at your own expense)
1:00 p.m. Club Officer Training breakout sessions
2:15 p.m. Day adjourns
Keynote Speaker – Kwesi Millington
Kwesi is an author, speech coach and motivational speaker who uses the power of storytelling to inspire and create positive changes in the lives others. Drawing from personal experience, Kwesi help you overcome adversity, thrive through change and develop unstoppable confidence through cultivating resilience. His story is known nationally and is the subject of two best-selling books, Blamed and Broken and his own book Rise. After overcoming a decade long struggle which included public scrutiny and a wrongful conviction, Kwesi has turned the ability to rise above adversity into messages that transform his audiences for the better. Kwesi’s goal is to empower others to rise above their adversities, overcome uncertainty and change and to believe in themselves.
Toastmasters Learning Institute (Workshops)
|Shameless club promotion: Five keys to attract more guests||How to promote your club with no budget.
Effective use of social media.
Understand how to use publicity and PR
Messaging that catches peoples’ attention
|Effective evaluations that empower speakers||Participants will gain a better understanding of how to develop the sensitivity necessary to create and deliver instructive, empowering speech evaluations. Participants will learn how to offer specifics for improvement as well as a truthful and healthy dose of encouragement, which in turn builds confidence and self-esteem.||Karen Goodyear|
|From manager to leader by changing the rules. Do less, accomplish more, make a difference!||Workshop participants learn 3 valuable and practical techniques: Arguing Effectively, Confront Easily, and Accountabulity Contracting. These skills can be applied immediately to do less, accomplish more and make a difference. Also, all will have a shift in beliefs about work and their workplace, while those in management roles will have a belief shift in how they manage people.||George Anastasopoulos|
|Contribute to your club’s success: Mapping your leadership journey||Gain understanding of how to map the ‘BIG’ picture
Understand how to define a GAP analysis: between current and IDEAL
Share experiences of hitting a club low point (challenges & obstacles)
Hear how other clubs ‘transformed’ themselves to overcome hurdles
Leave session with ideas for how to apply an activity, or lead club towards improved status
When all 7 officers are trained between Nov. 1, 2019 – Feb. 29, 2020 each officer will receive a Junior PadfolioDistrict sponsored Club Officer Training and Toastmasters Learning Institute (COT/TLI) will take place on January 11, 2020 at Glendon College.
RSVP: Required as this is a paid event. Register through the Eventbrite link listed here — if the link does not work by clicking it, please copy and paste the link to your browser.
Cost: $10.00 CAD, includes morning refreshments. Pack a bagged lunch or purchase at Glendon’s cafeteria.
Registration link to Eventbrite: https://district-60-cot-tli-round-2.eventbrite.ca
Parking $7.50 / day.
Accessible by TTC – Go to Lawrence Station (on the Yonge line) and take the 124 Sunnybrook Hospital bus. The campus is located at the intersection of Bayview and Lawrence Avenues, only minutes away.