Leading your club

Club Officers ensure that each club member feels his or her Toastmasters experience is worthwhile. By applying leadership techniques, a club officer creates an atmosphere that supports members in their personal and professional growth. They play a key role in helping members complete Toastmasters’ educational awards in the communication and leadership tracks. The Club Leadership Handbook is one of the most effective tools club officers can have at their disposal. One vital piece of information included is a description of each of the club officer roles.

Don’t forget that successful clubs thrive when all club officers are trained – train all your club officers and get rewarded with our 7/7 incentive.

Distinguished Club Programme

The purpose of a Toastmasters club is to provide an environment in which members learn communication and leadership skills. The Distinguished Club Program and Club Success Plan help clubs promote quality, ensure productive meetings, provide structure and guidance and increase the enthusiasm of the club. Every year, high-performing clubs are recognized, and may proudly display a Distinguished, Select Distinguished or President’s Distinguished ribbon on their club banner.

Want to see how your club is doing?

Check out the Distinguished Club Programme dashboard and find your club.

Public Relations

Promoting our clubs and letting people know how much they can gain from being part of Toastmasters is key. Toastmasters International offers leadership guidance on promoting your club.

Club Finances

Manging club finances is an important part of Toastmasters, as well as guidance from District 91 you can also find additional information on the spending of club finances on Toastmasters International.