Monday, 10 February 2014 00:01

Will You Step Up?

Written by Victoria Dotson
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In Toastmasters, we are given multiple opportunities to learn, grow, and to become a better communicator. It also gives us an unusual opportunity to learn first-hand about leadership – what to do, and what NOT to do. But in order for us to really take advantage of this learning opportunity, we need to step up and take on the various leadership roles that are available.

You're probably already familiar with the leadership opportunities that are available at the club level; but did you know there are MORE chances to learn about leadership outside of the club? You can learn about how to work with other clubs as an Area Governor (appointed by District Governor); you can learn how to delegate as a Division Governor (elected); you can enhance your team-building skills in the positions of Lt. Governor Marketing or the Lt. Governor Education and Training (elected).

If you're interested in expanding your leadership skills, please fill out District Leader Nominating Form AND the Officer Agreement and Release Form, which can be found at these links:

Return all forms to Victoria Dotson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by February 14, 2014 in order to be considered for an elected position.

Not quite ready to step up into one of the leadership roles that I mentioned above -- how about volunteering for a committee. Get your feet wet before jumping into the pool. All you have to do is say something; we're always looking for more members to help.

So, will YOU step up and expand your leadership knowledge?

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