Get ready for your area director visits now.
Toastmasters International is a worldwide organization. We are seeing massive growth outside of the United States, where Toastmasters is based. Do you ever wonder how they manage over 300 thousand members and thousands of clubs? Do they know what’s happening in the clubs? How do they know what’s going on in the clubs – and where there are problems, how can they help?
In today’s episode, we’re talking about area director visits: what the area director is doing, what the visit looks like to the club, and what they can do for you.
Do you want to develop your leadership and public speaking skills? Then Toastmasters is for you. In one hour a week, we’ll teach you the skills and give you the opportunities to practice them. This is Toastmasters 101 and I’m your host, Kim Krajci.
Toastmasters Area Directors
If you’re a member of a Toastmasters club, you might not know how the Toastmasters International organization is run.
Toastmasters International is a big organization – 300 thousand plus members to help to achieve their goals means that there must be some levels of management inserted into the program.
For an organization that teaches leadership – this gives thousands of people the opportunity to build up their skills in a hands-on way, instead of just reading a book or taking a class. As a club officer or a district officer, you’re going to deal with the problems that leaders face – managing an on-going program that’s just updated its basic product and delivery system, personnel turnover, and confused new members who don’t know what’s going on.
That’s in a healthy club. But what if you’re in a club with issues? Continue reading “Area Director Visits”