Competent Leadership manual features 10 projects to carry out while serving in meeting roles and participating in other club activities, such as helping with a newsletter and getting involved with a membership-building campaign. An evaluator offers feedback on each of your projects, helping you to improve. Earn a Competent Leader award by completing all the speech projects in Competent Leadership.
Club Meeting Roles
The success of a club meeting depends on the program participants. In Toastmasters, you learn by participating. There are many roles to fill and all meeting participants play an important part in making the club experience educational and enjoyable.
Following are the roles you will be called upon to fulfill and tips for doing a good job. Roles and responsibilities may vary slightly from club to club, so check with your vice president education or mentor when you are assigned a role.
The purpose of the Ah-Counter is to note any overused words or filler sounds.
The Grammarian helps club members improve their grammar and vocabulary.
A Timer is responsible for monitoring the time of meeting segments and speakers.
The Toastmaster is a meeting’s director and host.
The Topicsmaster delivers the Table Topics portion of the meeting.
Every speaker is a role model and club members learn from one another’s speeches.
Table Topics helps members develop their impromptu speaking skills.
Evaluators provide verbal and written feedback to meeting speakers.
The General Evaluator evaluates everything that takes place during the club meeting.