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Toastmasters Pathways

Pathways is coming soon to our clubs in District 25. 

Come to the training to learn more this upcoming Sunday.
April 9, 2017, 10:30 AM - 2 hours
UNT Health Science Center (UNTHSC)
Carl E. Everett Education & Administration Building
3500 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth 
 

If you have any interest in being an Ambassador or
Pathways Guide this training is for you or if you just want to learn.
Anyone can attend


If interested in attending, please RSVP to Greg Pick gregpick@d25toastmasters.org

Toastmasters Pathways is a learning experience that sets you on your journey of personaland professional development.

Pathways was developed with these benefits for members:

  • Recognition that comes earlier and more often in the educational journey
  • New technological resources to improve speeches and support meeting roles
  • Mobile access to educational materials (tablets)
  • Expanded video and digital content to facilitate learning among our global community of members
  • Stronger evaluation and mentoring components

"The Possibilities of Pathways" article from July 2016 Toastmaster - The Magazine for Communicators and Leaders - click here

Frequently Asked Questions about Toastmasters Pathways - click here


New Ice Breaker - click here


   

     


    


     

   

    

    


   

    

 
Welcome to Pathways


What is Pathways?

 

Why was Pathways created?



How was Pathways developed?




How were members involved?



Why is Pathways valuable to you?

 

 

Program Pilot

Managing change
Three districts

Transition recognition

Length of transition period

 

 

Core Competencies

Public Speaking

Interpersonal Communication

Leading and Managing

Leading Strategically

Building Confidence


Path Names
Motivational Strategies Strategic Relationships
Presentation Mastery Dynamic Leadership
Leadership Development Persuasive Influence
Innovative Planning Effective Coaching
Visionary Communication Team Collaboration

 

 

Levels

Members advance through their paths in five levels of progressing complexity. The levels are defined this way:

  1. Mastering Fundamentals
  2. Learning Your Style
  3. Increasing Knowledge
  4. Building Skills
  5. Demonstrating Expertise


The idea is to build on what you learned in the previous level. The goal throughout the Pathways program is to not just learn, but to apply what you learn.

 

 

Member Recognition

Recognition in Pathways: earlier & more often

Providing more motiation

Recognition after Level 1

 

DCP - Pathways Goals

1.  Four Level 1's
2. Two Level 2's
3. Two more Level 2's
4. Two Level 3's
5. One Level 4
6. One Level 5

 

Transition DCP
Education (select six of 12 goals)
Two CC awards Four Level 1's
Two more CC awards

Two Level 2's

One ACB, ACS, or ACG award

Two more Level 2's

One more ACB, ACS, ACG Two Level 3's
One CL, ALB, ALS, or DTM Award One Level 4
One more CL, ALB, ALS, or DTM One Level 5

 

 

Path to Distinguished Toastmaster

Completion of two learning paths


Service as a club officer for 12 months


Serve as Club Mentor or Coach


Service as Club Sponsor
or
Conduct Speechcraft or Youth Leadership Program


Serve as a district officer for one year


Complete capstone DTM Project

 

 

Pathways Training

E-learning-based


Cascading

District leaders
Pathways Guides
Club leaders
Members

 

Timely

60 days inadvance of region rollout

Locally supported

 








Updated 3/6/2017



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