Join Division E for our exciting final event of the 2018/2019 year – The Division E Olympics!
Our 2018/2019 team may be winding down, but your new Toastmaster year is just beginning – start it off with a win at the Division E Club Leadership and Educational Development (CLED) training session!
All members from all Divisions are invited to join us at our CLED on
Monday, June 17
105 12th Ave. SE on the 2nd Floor
This is a green event – bring your own water bottle. Water and light snacks will be available.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED, however, admission will still be accepted and will be $5 for those who register at the door.
Our theme for this event is ‘The Olympics’ and being part of the Olympics, means being a part of a team. Your Toastmasters Club, Area, Division and District are all part of an amazing team that you have joined to learn how to Communicate, Lead and Win! Join us to explore how to be a winning member of your team and how to leverage the entire Toastmasters team for greatest success!
Topics being presented include (and are subject to change):
Keynote – The Wide World of Toastmasters
Moments of Truth
It’s Not About the Points
Club Officer Role Training:
President – Weightlifting
The President can often feel like they are carrying the weight of the club on their shoulders, but with the right training and a good team around them, the burden is much easier to bear.
VP Education – Archery
The VP Ed is the real sharpshooter of the club; helping the members hit their targets with practiced aim and acute attention to detail.
VP Membership – Gymnastics
Who will bend over backwards and stand on their head for the guests and the members? The VPM of course! It can be a real balancing act to get it right, but a very rewarding position to be in.
VPPR – Volleyball
In volleyball, there is only one ball to keep in the air, the VPPR has many. From social media to the club’s website to printed advertising, the VPPR must be adept at spiking the ball over the net to get the word out about their club.
Treasurer – Golf
Get your scorecard and pencil ready to help your club stay out of the rough and ensure it plays its A-game all year long.
Secretary – Rowing
Someone needs to steer the ship straight and ensure everyone is rowing together and in the right direction. The Secretary helps the club stay on course and between the bouys for a succesful year.
SAA – Synchronized swimming
Seemingly effortless on the surface, but paddling like mad below is the Sergeant-at-Arms. They make the club look great by always ensuring everything is just where it should be and ready to go when the meeting starts.
Please bring your Club Leadership Handbook (if you are a club officer), something to write or take notes on and something to write with!