Need To Revitalize Club Membership?

The Power of Twenty  & Five

  • Toastmasters International is a 95-year-old brand.  We know that there are great growth opportunities for Toastmasters, but we also know that sometimes membership in clubs has its ebbs and flows. 
    • If your club is struggling to maintain 20 members required, we can help.  Why 20 members?  That’s the minimum number to ensure members don’t get “burned out” and that all members get the variety of feedback and experience they need to reach their Toastmasters goals.
    • It may also be that your club has more than 20 members, but only a few of those members actually attend meetings on a regular basis.

How We Can Help

  • If your club has less than 20 members and more than 12 members it qualifies for the Precoach 4 meetings program. This is top up your membership early to charter strength before it gets to the critical point of 12. Click here for more information. 
  • If your club has 12 or fewer members, it qualifies to have a Club Coach appointed.
  • One very successful method that EVERY club should use is the OPEN HOUSE.
  • SPEECHCRAFT is another great method for introducing potential members to the benefits of Toastmasters. Click here to learn more about Speechcraft!
  • For even more ideas, click here for “How To Rebuild A Toastmasters Club

As always, your District 86 team is here to help!

For more information or help, contact Club Growth Director - Clifford Graham, DTM.

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