Pathways

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We hope that most of your club members are enjoying the new Pathways education program by now. You may still have questions though and our team of District 96 experts is here to serve you! Simply write down your question in the comments section below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

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Advanced Speakers Club/Klub (ASK) dinner meeting
When: Friday, September 28, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where: White Spot, 405 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver
Cost:  $25.00.  Reply is required with Menu Choices (appetizer/entree below)
RSVP by Sunday, September 23rd (preferred) to Vladimira_TM@yahoo.com

We’re looking forward to another incredible ASK meeting with 3 Speakers plus an Education Session.
Instead of Table Topics, find out more about Pathways, "Beyond the Basics", by special guest, Maureen McBeath, DTM.

Future Base Camp Champs: YOU!
Special Base Camp Guide: Maureen McBeath, DTM
Base Camp Guides: Vladimira Horvathova, DTM at Vladimira_TM@yahoo.com
Lydia Burchell, DTM at ilovetoastmasters@gmail.com

Choose your side salad:
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Signature mix green Spot salad tossed in house dressing, or
- Ceasar salad

Choose your entrée:
- Salmon Spot Salad
- The Legendary Burger
-  Mediterranean Chicken Burger
-  Spaghetti & Meatballs
-  2 piece Fish & Chips

Please review the menu. RSVP by Sunday, September 23, 2018 at vladimira_tm@yahoo.com what you’d like to order.
Your order will save your seat and confirm your responsibility of the $25.00 payment at the door by cash or check.

We’ll end the evening with three fantastic speeches as well as a sweet dessert.

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$25.00
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2 Hours

Burrard Toastmasters is the leading business-oriented public speaking club in Vancouver, BC. Since 1958, we have been helping individuals develop their communication and leadership skills in a fun and supportive environment.

You are welcome to join us. You don't have to arrange to appear—all you have to do is show up to the meeting, and our members will take care of you.

We meet regularly every Wednesday at 6:00 PM at the YWCA at 535 Hornby St in downtown Vancouver.

We hope to see you there!

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Free

Countdown to March 20

...Celebrating our Pathways Guides and Launch Team! 

It is with much gratitude and excitement that we get ready to celebrate the launch of Pathways in District 96 (and all of regions 1 and 11) on March 20th, 2018. 

Below are our hardworking, knowledgeable and enthusiastic Pathways Guides and Pathways Ambassadors, led by our ever-motivating, positive and problem-solving Pathways Chief Ambassador, Neil Booth. 

Thank you Neil and all of our guides and ambassadors, for being a part of making history, in District 96 and Toastmasters all around the world! 

Dynamic Leadership

This path helps you build your skills as a strategic leader.

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Effective Coaching

This path helps you build your skills as a positive communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on understanding and building consensus, contributing to the development of others by coaching and establishing strong public speaking skills. Each project emphasizes the importance of effective interpersonal communication. This path culminates in a “High Performance Leadership” project of your design.

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Great News-Pathways Trainers are Available

Submitted by Neil Booth on Tue, 09/03/2019 - 14:20
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Great News District 96 has Pathways Trainers ready to help you.

The Toastmasters education program is Pathways. That’s a fact. Some members are finishing up projects from the Legacy program but the Toastmasters Education Program going forward is Pathways and once you try it you will see, its great!

Just as District 96 believes that all members deserve to belong to a quality Distinguished club and devote a lot of resources to achieve that, the District is putting a lot of resources into making sure all members get the most out of our education program.

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How to Complete Pathways Level 1

This Power Point Presentation is designed to help Toastmasters members with the Pathways learning experience. Members may be new or older members transitioning from the Traditional program. Members may be club officers, base camp managers, mentors or a club member.

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How to Select your Path

A Power Point presentation that will take you through how to select your first path.

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Innovative Planning

This path helps you build your skills as a public speaker and leader. The projects on this path focus on developing a strong connection with audience members when you present, speech writing and speech delivery. The projects contribute to building an understanding of the steps to manage a project, as well as creating innovative solutions. This path culminates in a “High Performance Leadership” project of your design.

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Leadership Development

This path helps you build your skills as an effective communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on learning how to manage time, as well as how to develop and implement a plan. Public speaking and leading a team are emphasized in all projects. This path culminates in the planning and execution of an event that will allow you to apply everything you learned.

Leadership Development

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Mini Pathways Evaluation Forms

These Mini Pathways Evaluation Forms  are for individual feedback from members to club speakers.

This form can be used by all your club members to evaluate all your speakers. These are the evaluations for the first four speeches in Pathways Level 1. Simply print and cut them in quarters, then share these with your members at every meeting. The paper evaluations will allow members to get familiar with Pathways Level 1 evaluations.

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Motivational Strategies

This path helps you build your skills as a powerful and effective communicator. The projects focus on learning strategies for building connections with the people around you, understanding motivation and successfully leading small groups to accomplish tasks. This path culminates in a comprehensive team-building project that brings all of your skills together—including public speaking.

Motivational Strategies

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Pathways Reference Guide

The Pathways Reference Guide consolidates all 10 paths, the five levels and the projects and assignments required to complete the paths.

This Guide is intended to act as a portable reference to help club members and leaders to better understand the components and flow of the pathways learning experience.

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Pathways Resources

There are a rich set of reference materials that have been produced by Toastmasters International and by individual Toastmasters around the word.

Below are a collection of PDF's and Images that will help you understand the breadth and depth of the Pathways Learning Experience and how to use the Pathways online tools to progress through your Projects, Levels and Paths.

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If you are interested in a hands-on seminar that will help you and your club better navigate Pathways, step-by-step, then bring your laptop, as well as all of your questions and concerns, and come check out this live Pathways seminar happening at Lincoln Toastmasters (Club #6399, Area M94, District 96)! The seminar will take place from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, and is open to all Toastmasters! Come for the whole seminar or drop in!

My name is Anthony, and I am the Vice-President of Education of Earth Aware Toastmasters in Vancouver, BC. I have come to learn how Pathways works and my club has been successful thus far in achieving educational goals with the new system. I want to share my Pathways knowledge, as well as some tools I have developed as the VP of Education of my home club, to help other clubs that may be experiencing difficulty with Pathways. I am happy to be working with Lincoln Toastmasters to host a seminar I have developed for these purposes.

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about Pathways! Your club stands to benefit! I look forward to helping you bring Pathways success to your club!

DIRECTIONS (if you are transiting to Port Coquitlam via the Millennium Line Skytrain and bus):
(1) Arrive at Coquitlam Central Station stop on the Millennium Line
(2) Take Bus 159 at Bay 7 (departs at 9:20 am or 9:50 am) toward Braid Station - stop at Southbound Shaughnessy St. @ McAllister Ave.

(There are a few other bus lines which you may take to get to the club location. This is just one example.)

(3) Walk 3-5 minutes to get to Lincoln Toastmasters.
Address: 2264 Elgin Ave, Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 2B2
 

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Persuasive Influence

This path helps you build your skills as an innovative communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on how to negotiate a positive outcome together with building strong interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. Each project emphasizes developing leadership skills to use in complex situations, as well as creating innovative solutions to challenges. This path culminates in a “High Performance Leadership” project of your design.

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Presentation Mastery

This path helps you build your skills as an accomplished public speaker. The projects on this path focus on learning how an audience responds to you and improving your connection with audience members. The projects contribute to developing an understanding of effective public speaking technique, including speech writing and speech delivery. This path culminates in an extended speech that will allow you to apply what you learned.

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Strategic Relationships

This path helps you build your skills as a leader in communication. The projects on this path focus on understanding diversity, building personal and/or professional connections with a variety of people and developing a public relations strategy. Communicating well interpersonally and as a public speaker is emphasized in each project. The path culminates in a project to apply your skills as a leader in a volunteer organization.

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Team Collaboration

This path helps you build your skills as a collaborative leader. The projects on this path focus on active listening, motivating others and collaborating with a team. Each project contributes to building interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. This path culminates in a project focused on applying your leadership skills.

Team Collaboration

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7-9pm --> 2 hours (including break) >> followed by our Club's social time "Postie Toasties"

Does your Home Club break for July & August?

Would you like to keep up the momentum on your educational, social, inspirational goals over the summer?

You're in luck - we've created the Summer Guest Pass just for you!

 
FEATURES
1. Open to all existing TM members + anyone who becomes a member before the end of June (or wants to join a non-summer club but doesn't want to wait till Sept to get started).
 
2. Two options for "Summer Guest Pass" use: you are welcome to attend & participate in all existing TM Club 59 meetings (Mondays 7-9pm, except stats):
    a> July or August (or month-to-month) = PARTIAL
    b> July & August = FULL
 
3. Investment 
    a> $10/month
    b> $15 total for July & August (prepaid), including BONUSES! 
 
4. BONUSES for Option b
  - invitation to attend all remaining regular June meetings at Club 59 gratis
  - welcome to join us for our June 24th Annual BBQ & Awards Soiree ($5 at the door for all members and guests gets you reg/veg burger, potluck goodies and bevies)
 - invitation to our September Open House & Homecoming Meeting = SUPER Fun! gratis
 
5. Participate freely & fully in every meeting + one speaker slot made available PER MEETING for Summer Guest Passers > held till noon Thurs before meeting. Keep your progress going!!
 
6. Payment =  2 options (to Club 59)
 - pay yourself
 - have your Treasurer pay on your behalf from you annual dues (already submitted)
 
BENEFITS
- hang out with some old and new friends at Club 59 > a club with great history, legacy & downright cool folks!
keep on-track with your Toastmasters goals through the summertime 
- maintain momentum on your path to becoming the best speaker and leader you can be
- support newer members at your club to stay engaged and UP retention in your own club, come Fall
- bring your ideas and learn some new ones
- enjoy meeting at beautiful Kits Yacht Clubhouse by the sea and beach = incredible vibe and gorgeous sunsets!
- meet fun peeps, bring your friends, keep energized --> take all the goodness back to your Club to hit the ground running for a successful September start
- More!
 
Please feel free to contact me with any questions. When you're ready to get started, I'll email your registration form with some more details.
 
Looking forward to a great shared experience and creating a fun win-win!!
 
Gilllian Roberts
Club 59 Legacy Coach
Division B Director 2018-19


 

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Visionary Communication

This path helps you build your skills as a strategic communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on developing your skills for sharing information with a group, planning communications and creating innovative solutions. Speech writing and speech delivery are emphasized in each project. This path culminates in the development and launch of a long-term personal or professional vision.

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