Club Officer Tools

Club Officer Resources

A club officer has a very important role within Toastmasters International. The success of a club and its members depend on how well you and your fellow club officers execute your responsibilities. By providing leadership and support, you can foster a positive environment that’s conducive to members’ personal and professional growth, allowing them to achieve their Toastmasters education program goals.


Club Officer Resources

District Leadership Handbook (PDF)

A primary reference and resource for all district leaders.

2013-2014 District Governors (PDF)

A quick-reference guide to the current District Governors. 

District Conference Speaker Guidelines (PDF)

Download these guidelines before speaking at a conference.

Member Management

Membership problems can be a learning opportunity for both club leaders and members.

Club Training Schedule

Clubs with officers attending training receive credit toward the training goal in the Distinguished Club Program.

Retention of Club Records Guidelines

Frequently, clubs ask World Headquarters how long they should keep certain financial and administrative records.

Master Your Meetings

This handbook provides the information and instruction you need to conduct dynamic and effective club meetings.

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Video Resources

Many members go on to become leaders within the organization, selflessly volunteering their time to help others develop the communication and leadership skills which proved indispensable to them.

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Toastmasters Q&A

Learn about the toastmasters form around the world. Each member has a unique story and purpose for joining Toastmasters. To visit a Toastmasters club near you, search Find a Club.

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Public Speaking Articles

As a speaker, you may have the greatest content int he world, but if you do not connect with your audience, it can all go to waste.

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Leadership Articles

If you want to be a leader, Toastmasters International is a top-notch proving ground. You can chair committees, organize conferences and contests, and hold offices.

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