District 91 Webinar Series

We are extremely excited to announce that our District 91 Webinar Series is about to begin. This series was put together by Wole Ososami with the help of the District 91 Club Growth Team, in order to promote best practices for membership growth, membership retention and club marketing all over our District.

You can already register for the first two webinars.

Exploring Membership Growth & Retention Panel Discussion

Sunday 22 October – 20:00 to 21:00

Together we will explore the importance of membership growth, key growth metrics for successful clubs and how to attract and retain more members. The panel will be made up of Wole Ososami DTM, District 91 Membership Extension Chair, Barry O’Connell Area K35 Director and founding of DB Canary Warf and Andy O’Sullivan, District 91 Membership growth expert who grew his club from 20 to 100+ members!

Please register your attendance here.

Creating Clubs that are member magnets

Sunday 05 November – 20:00 to 21:00

Learn with our Regional Advisor Aletta Rochat what makes clubs irresistible to new members as well as existing members. This is a webinar not to be missed from a presenter who as visited clubs all over the world!

Please register your attendance here.

Building A Championship Club

Sunday 19 November -19.00-20.00

Presented by 2005 World Champion of Publci Speaking Lance Miller. Lance was instrumental in building his home club, Renaissance Speakers to 95 members and the #4 Club in Toastmasters International.  Lance credits this dynamic club environment as one of the critical factors in his winning the World Championship of Public Speaking in 2005.  He will share real life hands on actions to create a successful dynamic club culture, how to build membership, how handle difficult people and get the show on the road!  Lance delivered this seminar at the 2006 Toastmasters International Convention.

Want to find out how he did it? Register here to find out.

Looking forward to see many of you attending!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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