Club Officer Training Spring 2017

 

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Our special guest… Ted Corcoran

Write this very important date in your diary because you won’t want to forget it.
This is one event in the new year you will definitely want to attend…What?
The Southern Interior Club Officer Training Spring 2017, for Divisions K and L, will be something very special.
When? Sunday, Jan. 15. Registration 10:30 a.m., with the main event 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Where?

Okanagan College, Kelowna Campus – 1000 KLO Road, Kelowna, B.C., V1Y 4X8

In the Centre for Learning (E building on the attached campus map).

There is plenty of parking in the two lots adjacent to the E building.

How?

There is no cost for the training, but please register online, so we can arrange the right-sized rooms, have enough hand-outs, and have enough coffee and snacks.

Please go to

http://d21toastmasters.org/events/d21-club-officer-training-2017-interior-div-k-l/

Why?                                        

Toastmasters International Past International President Ted Corcoran, DTM, will present a dynamic overview of how communication and leadership skills can enhance your life.

Ted has been a member of Toastmasters International since 1985. Toastmasters is the world’s leading communication and leadership organization. He served as the organization’s International President in 2003-2004, after serving as District Governor of the U.K. and Ireland, and International Director for the rest of the world outside North America for two years. He has spent seven years on the International Board of Toastmasters International.

He has delivered presentations in the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Denmark and many times in the U.K. and Ireland.

Anyone who has heard Ted speak will recommend that you attend — you will be informed, inspired and have a lot of fun.

And if that wasn’t quite enough, we will have break-out sessions for the club executive roles, and two additional sessions:

  • Preparing for the new Pathways Program: Sheila Proctor, DTM, will give us an update on the Pathways Educational Program, which is coming to our divisions in fall 2017.
  • Telling your club’s story: Do you have one and if you do, to whom do you tell it? Reen Rose, Gary Johnston and Ross Freake from the Kelowna AM club will spin a yarn on the three aspects of telling that story.

This event is a must for all club executives, but it’s also open to any Toastmasters members. These training sessions help many members feel comfortable enough to stand in club elections. Feel free to invite any of your club members who you think would like to learn more and be inspired.

Your hosts, the Kelowna AM club, and I look forward to seeing you all.

Happy New Year!