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Pathways intro january 2018

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An introduction to Toastmasters Pathways so clubs can plan in advance of the launch.

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Pathways intro january 2018

  1. 1. Intro to Pathways Jeanne Boyarsky, DTM 1/16/18 @jeanneboyarsky https://www.selikoff.net/category/toastmasters-2/
  2. 2.  New Toastmasters Educational Program  New members will automatically start in Pathways  Existing members can choose when to switch (until June 2020 or or so)  Work with your Board on when to switch What is Pathways?
  3. 3. When does Pathways start? Start Date Region Cities September 2017 Region 2 San Francisco October 2017 Regions 6 & 7 Philadelphia, Richmond Group 5 - TBD Regions 3 & 5 Dallas, Chicago, Cleveland, Kansas City, St Louis Group 6 – TBD Region 1 Denver Group 7 – TBD Region 4 Minneapolis Group 8 – May 2018 Regions 8 & 9 Atlanta, Boston, New York
  4. 4. Five competencies 1. Public Speaking 2. Interpersonal Communication 3. Leading and Managing 4. Leading Strategically 5. Building Confidence Ten paths 1. Motivational Strategies 2. Presentation Mastery 3. Leadership Development 4. Innovative Planning 5. Visionary Communication 6. Strategic Relationships 7. Dynamic Leadership 8. Persuasive Influence 9. Effective Coaching 10. Team Collaboration What are the Paths?
  5. 5. A Path is 10 required projects + 4 electives Level Name What it entails 1 Mastering Fundamentals 3 required projects (4 speeches + a speech evaluation) 2 Learning your Style 3 required projects (2 speeches + table topics master or 3 speeches) 3 Increasing Knowledge 1 required project + 2 electives 4 Building Skills 1 required project + 1 elective 5 Demonstrating Expertise 2 required projects + 1 elective
  6. 6. Icebreaker  Checklist  Self assessment before/after  Speech outline to fill in blanks  Video Sample Level 1 Projects Evaluation & Feedback  Checklist  Self assessment before/after  Speech 1  Speech 2  Give speech evaluation
  7. 7. 1. 4 members complete Level 1 2. 2 members complete Level 2 3. 2 more members complete Level 2 4. 2 members complete Level 3 5. 1 member completes Level 4 6. 1 member completes Level 5 7. 4 new members 8. 4 more new members 9. 4 officers trained each period 10.Dues/officer list on time The New DCP (when fully converted) Note: Can use any 6 educational goals (old/new) during transition
  8. 8. 1. Complete 2 paths 2. Club officer for a year 3. Club mentor or coach 4. Club sponsor or lead Speechcraft/Youth Leadership Program 5. District officer for a year 6. Capstone DTM Project – project of own design where demonstrate skills and expertise gained. The New DTM
  9. 9.  Confirm members know toastmsters.org login  When should people switch: goal of DTM? When complete project?  Don’t order more extra CC and CL books  Ribbons  Status trackers  Club specific tasks Board Considerations
  10. 10. Porting unfiled CCs CC Project Pathways equivalent 1 - Icebreaker Level 1 - Icebreaker 2 – Organize your Speech Level 1 – Evaluation & Feedback speech 1 3 – Get to the Point Level 1 – Evaluation & Feedback speech 2 4 – How to Say It Level 3 – Using Descriptive Language 5 – Your Body Speaks Level 2 – Effective Body Language
  11. 11. Porting unfiled CCs (cont) CC Project Pathways equivalent 6 – Vocal Variety Level 3 – Understanding Vocal Variety 7 – Research your Project Level 1 – Research & Presenting 8 – Visual Aids Level 3 – Creating Effective Visual Aids (if didn’t do speeches 4 or 6) 9 – Persuade with Power N/A – if this close, recommend completing CC 10 – Inspire your Audience N/A – if this close, recommend completing CC

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