We had a small meeting on May 16. Attendees were Heather, Julie, Anna Lisa, Saurabh, Sapna, and Jasmine.
Julie was the Toastmaster and had a theme of Cards Against Humanity. It was a funny and sometimes coarse card game that she played with her mother over the weekend.
Jule was also the speaker at this meeting. She discussed benefits of Club Leadership and the different roles of leadership you can take in Toastmasters to be more involved in your club. Below is an outline of the roles and click here to learn about the transferable skills you can learn.
Here are the different roles that are available in Toastmasters.
President – Executive officer, sets the tone of the meeting, ensures all officers are trained, is good at organizing and time management, and works well with people
Vice President of Education – Maintains the schedule of speakers and roles for each meeting giving everyone a chance to speak by planning the meetings
Vice President of Membership– Responsible making our members feel welcome, host and organize open houses, deals with event and planning management
Vice President of Public Relations– Maintains the club website, in charge of media relations and graphic design
Secretary– Responsible for all supplies we need, adds new members to TI, ensures that all members are up to date, take meeting minutes
Treasurer– Responsible for paying bills and maintain budget for events
Sergeant of Arms– Responsible for having a room every week where our club can meet, and greet members and guests
If you want to know more about these roles, please see your Toastmasters Competent Communication manual and look on page 76 to see if you would be interested in filling in any of these roles. The term for these roles are six months at a time and July is when the next officers will take office. LACE training for officers will be June 10 so please let Nancy or Julie know if you are interested in any of these roles.
Sapna was our Topics Master for the meeting and everyone got to go up more than once for Tabletopics. We heard some funny funeral stories in addition to answering Sapna’s questions.
Saurabh was our General Evaluator and Heather evaluated Julie’s speech.
We had a great and hilarious meeting this week and we hope to see more people next week.
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