Or are you a club coach and wondering what’s going wrong? Are you getting burned out by the club because nothing seems to be changing?
Are you afraid of the club coach position? What if you put all that effort into the process – and the club doesn’t get to Distinguished status by the deadline?
If you need help, we’ve got the answer on hand.
Become an Exceptional Club Coach
Carol Prahinski, Region 6 advisor, has coached several clubs from disaster to Distinguished. You are invited to a free webinar BECOME AN EXCEPTIONAL CLUB COACH on December 1, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. EST.
This program will cover:
- 5 Key Reasons Why Clubs Fail
- How to Introduce Yourself to a Club in Crisis
- Working With the Reluctant: When the Club Exec Board Isn’t Happy
- How to Avoid Burnout
- Moving a Club from Disaster to Distinguished
- 3 Key Points to Become an Exceptional Club Coach – and why #3 makes all the difference!
This webinar is open to all members of District 10. Watch this site and the Facebook pages for information about getting the webinar link.
Don’t let fear of being a club coach stop you from achieving your DTM!
Carol Prahinski has been a Toastmaster for eight years and is the Region Advisor for Region 6, which includes 20,000 Toastmasters across Michigan, northern Ohio, Ontario, Quebec and part of New York.
She led the transformation of several clubs, including:
- InSights of Brighton, from 6 members to 21,
- C Division Advanced Speakers, from 8 members to 24,
- MSU Simply Speaking from 6 members to 24 members
- Spartan, which she started coaching this year from 8 members.
She earned two Distinguished Toastmaster awards –in 2015 and in 2012, and Toastmaster of the Year in 2011. She graduated from Second City Improv in 2010.
Contact Vicky Nann at firstname.lastname@example.org for the sign-in details!