Category: DTM

Club Coach Program Change – Year’s Service for DTM
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Club Coach Program Change – Year’s Service for DTM

Toastmasters International has announced a temporary change in the Club Coach program.  For those of you who are trying to complete requirements for Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) before June 30, 2020 this may be of interest to you. Any member who successfully completes their role as a club coach by June 30, 2019 or June 30,...

Extra Special Touch to DTM Recognition
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Extra Special Touch to DTM Recognition

By Diana Patton, Past District Governor 2011-2012 Ever since our 2010-2011 Toastmaster year, someone who has never been a Toastmaster has been adding that extra special touch to our Distinguished Toastmaster ceremony at conferences and now our first Summit. Annaclaire Taitt has graciously created those little velvet pouches personalized with the names of those being...

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2017 Fall Conference DTM Ceremony Participants

Hello Fellow Toastmasters Have you received or will you receive your DTM by November 4? If yes, will you be a part of the ceremony Saturday night, November 18th? Please help me out by answering the following questions by October 21st and send them to John Bergs, DTM Chair at jkbergs86@yahoo.com. 1)       Name: 2)      Home...

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JUST SAY YES!!!

Left To Right: District Director Jodie Sanders DTM, DTM Recipient Rose Timmons, Fall Conference DTM Ceremony Chair Les Condit  Serving While Learning And Learning By Doing While preparing for the DTM ceremony at the last D25 Fall Conference, my mind took a stroll down memory lane, reminding me how my leadership in toastmasters all started....

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DTM Fall Ceremony

The DTM Ceremony for District 25 will be held on Saturday evening, November 21, 2015.  It is part of the Saturday Night event for the District 25 Conference.  To date there are eight DTM Candidates who will be participating in the ceremony.  These candidates have either earned or will earn their DTM before the Conference...

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A Big Step on the Road to DTM: Sponsor, Mentor or Coach?

To be a DTM, you must first be an ALS. Achieving your Advanced Leader Silver takes some advance planning. It requires: 1) Serving as a district officer, 2) doing a High Performance Leadership project and 3) successfully fulfilling a sponsor, mentor or coach opportunity. How do you become a sponsor, mentor or coach? These are...