Monthly Archives: January 2016

That’s Not Leadership — it’s Salesmanship

Let’s not abuse the term From an Oct 27 Founders District letter to Division/Area officers: Opportunity to Exercise your Leadership Skills and Call to Action! . . . Very important, to contact your local businesses and organizations.  To contact businesses and ask for gifts … Continue reading

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“Whatcha gonna say?”

Selecting a topic There are two general sources for speech material; personal experience and reference material, which includes informal references such as friends, blogs and magazine and newspaper articles. The easiest source is personal experience – we already know the … Continue reading

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Teaching Leaders

Training: How? Best ways to teach needed knowledge, skills and conduct Once we’ve identified what our Club Officers — in our example the Club President — need to know and to be able to do, we can select methods specific … Continue reading

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