District 3 Toastmasters: Where Leaders Are Made
As we start a new calendar year, we think of new beginnings. Every year gives us a fresh start in the hopes that the goals we set each year will make us better and stronger. We have been told that if you write down your goals the chance of obtaining them is much greater.
Our goals for District 3 are:
Goal #1 is to be Distinguished or better again this year.
Goal #2 is to have 6 out of 6 unpaid clubs renew
Goal #3 is to rescue 8 out of the 8 Low-Minimum clubs
Goal #4 is to charter 13 more clubs
Goal #5 is to achieve 10,400 membership payments
Goal #6 is to achieve 110 Distinguished Clubs
Goal #7 is to have every club hold a speech contests
Goal #8 is to have a minimum of 2 candidates for each district office
Goal #9 is to grow by one division
Goal #10 is to meet the first 9 goals.
Hallie Adams, DTM
2014-2015 District Governor
Treat Yourself this Year!
Treat yourself to the gift that keeps on giving to you, to your career, and to your future.
- Are you ready for the next step?
- The Area Director [know today as the Area Governor] is an entry-level leader. You would gain valuable experience in a safe and supportive environment.
- The Division Director [known today as the Division Governor] is a mid-level leader. You would gain valuable experience leading the multiple area directors reporting to you.
- The Club Growth Director [known today as the Lt Governor Marketing] is an executive-level leader. You would gain valuable experience budgeting, marketing and leading the multiple committee chairs and division directors reporting to you. You would also be instrumental in achieving the District Director's strategic vision, the club growth goal, and the membership growth goal.
- The Program Quality Director [known today as the Lt Governor Education & Training] is an executive-level leader. You would gain valuable experience budgeting, training, and leading the TLI Chair, the Conference Chair, and other chairs reporting to you. You would also be instrumental in achieving the District Director's strategic vision, two district conferences, and the distinguished club goal.
- The District Director [known today as the District Governor] is an executive-level leader. You would gain valuable experience budgeting, reviewing contracts, interfacing with World Headquarters, and leading the Club Growth Director, Program Quality Director, Administration Manager [Secretary], Finance Manager [Treasurer], Public Relations Manager [Public Relations Officer], and Logistics Manager [Sergeant-at-Arms]. You will set the strategic vision for the district.
- I’m amazed at how much I learned about managing work, about leading people, and about myself when I held these offices. How much will you learn? Apply today!
- Applicant interviews are Saturday, February 21, 2015 at the Golf Academy of America, 2031 North Arizona Avenue #2, Chandler, AZ 85225
Please let me know by Saturday, January 31, or sooner, if you’re interested in the Area Director, Division Director, Club Growth Director, Program Quality Director or District Director office. I can send you info and the required forms to complete.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions or concerns.
District 3 Nominating Committee Chair
TLI Officer Training
Online registration for winter TLI training sessions is now OPEN. Click here to visit the TLI page for more information or to register.
Preliminary Officer Training Report is also available for download at the TLI page.
Bring your laptop/tablet, pictures, quotes, questions, and your creativity to make your Toastmasters' website the best! Click here to download the informational flyer.
Toastmasters International President, Mohammed Murad, DTM, is scheduled to attend our 2015 Spring Conference, “It’s a Small World”, May 15, 16 and 17 in Phoenix. Make your plans now to attend and meet our 2014-2015 International President. He is the first top officer from the United Arab Emirates and is an entrepreneur from Dubai.
When asked for one piece of advice for every Toastmaster, he said, "Toastmasters is a way of life, not just a program. So my advice is: Take advantage of every opportunity in your Toastmasters journey, and stay in the organization long enough to reap the real benefits, which are embedded not only in becoming a better communicator, but in becoming a better leader."
Click here to see the Fall Conference Contest Results
Click here to see Fall Conference Photos
Why mentor? “We all carry the seeds of greatness within us, but we need an image as a point of focus in order that they may sprout.” ~ Epictetus
New members need someone to explain the program to them and show them how to prepare for various meeting roles. They also need help preparing and rehearsing their first few speeches. Mentors can supply the valuable personal attention and ongoing support new members need. Visit http://www.toastmasters.org/mentoramember.
For additional information on mentoring please contact .
- UHC Phoenix Toastmasters Club #4368430, chartered November 25, 2014
- Dream Restorers Club #4029763, chartered October 31, 2014
- University of Arizona Facilities Management Club #4090908, chartered October 8, 2014
- See all of District 3's new clubs
Greetings, fellow D3 Website visitors!
You are welcome to click through the links on this website to see all the resources available to you, whether you are still considering becoming a Toastmaster, already a Toastmaster, a leader in your club, or a leader in the District. As you explore, your comments on the site are always welcome at .
If you don’t have time to spend just surfing around, you may want the abbreviated version so you know which section will be most likely to have what you are looking for:
||Includes D3 maps that may be of interest to current Toastmasters
||P.O.T.s (Plain Ol’ Toastmasters)
||Includes how to get involved outside your club, find out the next step in the educational program
||Includes information on club contests
||All D3 Toastmasters
||List view or calendar view of upcoming events (club officers and District leaders may add your events), District Conference information & link to online registration, contest winner matrix, highlights from International Convention
||All D3 Toastmasters
||Acknowledges Toastmasters and clubs in District 3
|District Leader Resources
||Area Governors, Division Governors, Committee Chairs, Toastmasters looking for a committee to serve
||Includes contest resources and links, DEC information and materials
||Looking for something specific? Find it here.
If you still have questions about the structure and content of the District 3 website or would like to suggest or request a resource, please contact me anytime!
District 3 Webmaster