We are now 2/3’s of our way through the Toastmasters year. Club subs are due for payment, Area Contests are taking place and there are a wide variety of awards being registered for both the traditional and Pathways programmes.
Greetings I would like to officially call for nominations to be considered by myself as District Director, Programme Quality Director Neil and Club Growth Director Sharon for Toastmasters to be considered to receive a “District 112 Citation” All nominations are to be emailed directly to me please: firstname.lastname@example.org Nominations close on 31 March 2019. Whilst … Read more
Having recently returned from Mid-Year Training, Club Growth Director Sharon, Programme Quality Director Neil and I have picked up a lot of information that we will be using to guide us throughout the balance of our current Toastmasters year…
Greetings inspirational valued members of District 112
2019 is now with us. A brand new year. A brand new chance to set direction. A brand New Year unfolds before us where opportunities abound and are ripe for the picking.
In conjunction with Guinness World Records, Toastmasters plan to break the world record for public speaking, currently at 5 days 6 hours 28 minutes. Sounds like a job for Toastmasters!
I am writing this update on 2nd December 2018, with the festive season almost upon us, and as the majority of clubs take a break over the Christmas New Year period; I encourage you to take time to rest, relax and rejuvenate for the 2019 year. I would like to take the time to officially acknowledge and thank our team of Area directors who, over the past five months…
Since the launch of the 2019 conference in May this year at Waipuna in Auckland, your organising team has been hard at work. We are focussed on the details, making this occasion a memorable first conference for District 112 that is affordable to all.
District 112 Director Report Greetings valued members of District 112. I am writing this update on 30th October. As I write I am reflecting on our current weather patterns. Last week it felt like summer with gloriously warm sunny days and, this week the tables have turned and the temperatures have dropped with inclement weather … Read more
We are now through the first quarter of our Toastmasters year. Gosh, where has the time gone?
At the end of September the majority of our 163 clubs had paid their subs to Toastmasters International. Thank you! Doing this enables not only your members to actively continue with Pathways but also the Club Officers to maintain access to Club Central for conducting club business.
Sometimes we receive requests to provide members to work with other organisations. In a recent example, Radio NZ asked us to participate in Jim Mora’s panel discussion on national radio. The topic was whether “students should be forced to speak in front of their class if frightened”. You can read the article from The Atlantic that prompted … Read more