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Train The Trainer
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Train The Trainer

By Chris Raneri, DTM, Club Growth Director I remember the first time I got the opportunity to train our club officers. I thought I was well prepared and I knew exactly what it took to make sure I provided stellar training.  In reality, I just read through the material provided by TI and made sure...

Pathways as A Sales Tool
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Pathways as A Sales Tool

By Steven Timmons, DTM, Public Relations Manager Are you using the Pathways Learning Experience as a sales tool to get guests to join your club?  I recommend that you really should.  Pathways provides great value, fulfills a need, and is fun and educational. As a member of a Toastmasters club, one of the toughest duties...

Club Resources-Going Digital!
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Club Resources-Going Digital!

By Diana Patton, DTM Webmaster   Club officers should have received the following email from Toastmasters International May 14, 2019 regarding going digital on various documents.  Link to these documents and web pages can be found on D25 club resource and contest resource pages.   Dear Club Officers, In the March Leader Letter, we shared that...

The Tale of Two Pathways
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The Tale of Two Pathways

By Steven Timmons, DTM, Public Relations Manager Do you expect everything to be easy and laid out for you?  Of course not, you likely expect that you are going to have to work to add value to your life.  Today, I will share with you the story of two different pathways participants. Two club members...

Why Pathways?
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Why Pathways?

By Steven Timmons, District Public Relations Manager Can you believe that we have passed the first anniversary of the Pathways learning experience rollout in District 25 – February 13, 2018.  Today, I would like to provide some reasons why more members should implement the Pathways learning experience. As I review my Club’s Roster, I see that we...

Pathways Learning Experience Trivia
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Pathways Learning Experience Trivia

By Steven Timmons, DTM, Public Relations Manager Do you know a lot about the Pathways learning experience or want to be an expert – then this post is for you.  Test your knowledge here and feel free to print this out and take to your club to use as a fun game, in your speeches...

The Navigator Has Changed
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The Navigator Has Changed

Greg Pick, DTM   Did you see our last article about using feedback to change Pathways?  Described below is the first significant change created by Toastmasters International’s Summit group.  If you have accessed the Navigator on the Pathways start page, I recommend that you access it again. What used to open up a 28-page online...

Dedicated to Change – Evaluations and Feedback Making a Difference
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Dedicated to Change – Evaluations and Feedback Making a Difference

By Allan Pickering, DTM Toastmasters is an organization dedicated to improvement and change.  How do I know?  Evaluations.  We bookend our meetings with speeches (test material – how we say and move) and evaluations (members review how our test material affected them).  We’ve ingrained in our club culture that those reviews are to be “positive...

We Don’t Need No Stinking Badges
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We Don’t Need No Stinking Badges

By Steven Timmons, DTM, Public Relations Manager Whether you have been a part of Toastmasters for one day or for many years, you realize that a big part of being a Toastmaster is recognition.  Pathways provides many opportunities to provide and receive recognition as you journey along your path.  Pathways badges serve a big part...

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