District Leader

Road Map (SMEDLEY)

Conceptualize – Strategize – Execute

Chapter 1 : Strategy

Our Strategy Is Built On The Time Tested Toastmasters International Best Practices Resident In The Documents In This Toolkit.  The strategy was Submitted to Toastmasters International in our District success plan.

30min Read.

Chapter 2 : District Administrative Bylaws

The purpose of this district is to enhance the quality and performance and extend the network of the member clubs of Toastmasters International within the boundaries of this district, thereby offering greater numbers of people the opportunity to benefit from the Toastmasters educational program.

1hr. 10min read.

Chapter 3 : District Leadership Handbook (ver 3/2019)

The tools and resources in this handbook can help you create strategies for
success and fulfill your duties as a leader. Publications available on the Toastmasters International website are called out throughout this handbook.

2hrs. 20min Read.  

Chapter 4 : Club Growth Director Handbook (ver 1/2016)

Our district’s success depends on you. You are a key member of the district leadership team, who work together to create an atmosphere of enjoyment, teamwork and dedication. Together, you are responsible for fulfilling the district mission: We build new clubs and support all clubs in achieving excellence.

2hrs 1min Read.

Chapter 5 : Leadership Excellence Awards

 These forms contain a suggested checklist system that the district may use in selecting, Area Director, Division Director and Toastmaster of the Year.

15min Read.

Brenda Benjamin

District Director

Conceptualize – Strategize – Execute

We will mold our concepts into a coherent strategy and execute our strategy with precision & excellence!

you, the district  and area directors are pivotal to our success.  quality and growth in our clubs hinges on our ability to support our members.

we can do this together! 

District Dashboard

Goal: Select Distinguished

Division And Area Reports

Division and Area director reports capture objectives and key results (oKRs) relevant to achieving the district success plan.

Club Visit Reports

toastmasters international required reports that communicate objectives and key results that signal club health: quality and growth.

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