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Session 2: Assessing District Needs

Analyzing District Data

Assessing the needs of all the districts in a region can be a difficult task, but if you equip yourself with the proper tools and reports, the task of determining a district's strategy can be achieved more easily. In this session, we're going to learn the steps to successfully assess a district's needs.

Be sure to print the Worksheet before you begin.

You'll also want to print a copy of the District Assessment Worksheet.

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Additional Resources to Help You Assess District Needs:

District Assessment Worksheet
Use this worksheet to help you manage and analyze the data that has been collected for you in the DDP and DCP reports.

10 Ways to Promote Toastmasters International
Get practical help with these 10 ways to promote Toastmasters. Jumpstart your year and maintain promoting Toastmasters by implementing these proven ways.

Virtual Brand Portal
Use these customizable templates to create your own business cards, agendas, letters and meeting invitations. Add your contact information to the brochure, marketing flier, corporate info flier and open house PowerPoint presentation.

Consider Speechcraft
The Speechcraft program allows experienced Toastmasters to present the fundamentals of public speaking to non-members in an atmosphere of a Toastmasters club meeting. It’s a great way to promote membership in your community or company club, as Speechcraft brings prospective new members to a meeting to see firsthand what Toastmasters is all about.

Speechcraft
Membership building tool used in a seminar of classroom setting.

Free Resources
Take advantage of our vast library of information, available to the public for the first time. While the key to success as a speaker is regular practice (preferably in a Toastmasters meeting), we offer these time-tested resources to help you.

Additional Resources from the Toastmasters Online Store:

All About Toastmasters
This full-color brochure discusses the details of the purpose and organization of Toastmasters International and its clubs.

How to Build a Toastmasters Club - A Step-By-Step Guide
This manual offers how-to instructions on identifying a market, planning a demonstration meeting, putting a club-building team together, finding prospective members and completing the chartering process. Includes information for chartering both community and corporate clubs.

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