New Corporate Club Webpage
Could your workplace benefit from a Toastmasters club? Corporate clubs are a great way to build soft skills, enhance communication, and boost interaction between people in different departments. Share the new corporate club webpage with your human resources department or upper management. They’ll find the tools and resources they need to start a vital company club. From small companies to global giants like 3M, Google, Toyota, and Siemens, all types of businesses benefit from Toastmasters!
Toastmasters International Convention
Save the date for the 2022 International Convention! The first-ever hybrid convention experience will take place August 17–20. You can travel to Nashville, Tennessee, for an in-person encounter or enjoy inspiring speaker sessions from the comfort of your home. Registration opens soon. Visit the Events webpage for updates.
The Branded Images Gallery Has Moved!
Toastmasters is now using the platform Lytho to host Toastmasters-branded images. Access these professional photos for your marketing materials, social media channels, and more.
Promote Your Club
Add your club's information to the Promotional Poster and hang it around your community! Featuring a contemporary design, this marketing material comes in two sizes for your convenience.
Hybrid Meeting Help
A hybrid club meeting combines both in-person and online attendance, and many clubs have opted for this meeting format to allow members to continue their Toastmasters journey. Discover resources and helpful Toastmaster magazine articles with tips for online participation, supporting a hybrid club, technology setup, and more.
2022 Planner Available
Plan for success with the help of the 2022 Weekly Planner. Useful and attractive, this limited edition is available until supplies run out. Get yours now!
’Tis the Toasting Season Again
No matter where you live in the world, you’re likely anticipating the season’s upcoming celebrations—weddings, graduations, retirements, achievements, cultural holidays, and a multitude of other merriments. If toasts are made, you might be asked to speak, especially if guests know you’re a Toastmaster. Need to refresh those toasting skills? Revisit these popular toasting tips articles.
Beat the Clock
Toastmasters are talented clock-watchers—in running meetings, giving speeches, and completing Pathways projects. So make it your club’s near-end-of-year membership goal to Beat the Clock! Check out the details for this and other club-building programs.
Leadership Evaluation Forms
Now is an excellent time for club and District leaders to assess their leadership year through new online tools. Club and District leaders can log into Leadership Central to access forms to self-evaluate and sit in for a 360-degree group evaluation. Read more about these evaluations in this issue.
With the program year ending June 30, it’s time to make that last push for Distinguished Club Program (DCP) credit. The annual award program is a measure of a club’s success, recognizing achievements that provide a high-quality experience for members. The DCP is made up of 10 goals, with six of them focusing on education achievements in the Pathways learning experience. Get motivated to meet your goals!