Club Officer Tools
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
This detailed, easy-to-use manual provides the information necessary to succeed as a club officer.
Use this manual to plan for success in the Distinguished Club Program and promote a productive workflow among officers.
This handbook provides the information and instruction you need to conduct dynamic and effective club meetings.
Review and update your Addendum of Standard Club Options in Club Central. The addendum specifies the choices made to govern the operations of your club, including meeting frequency and location, officer terms, additional offices, rules of order and more.
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Self-evaluation is an important part of the leadership development process. Over the course of your term, use this form to track your leadership skills, how you progress, and what areas of opportunity you have for growth.
This evaluation resource should be used to help club officers as part of their leadership development process.
This survey should be given to new members 30 days after they join your club.
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