Toastmasters thrives when it serves our members, not the other way around. As we launch the Pathways learning experience and other initiatives, it’s paramount that we meet the needs of members at all levels of Toastmasters experience.
We’re stronger together, and we need to attract and embrace new groups and types of members to accelerate our growth and introduce diverse perspectives.
To meet the “Where Leaders Are Made” commitment, we must understand how leadership expectations are changing, and develop programs to empower and support future Toastmasters, business and community leaders.
The short leadership terms in Toastmasters means on-the-job training is not practical or, in some cases, effective. We need to provide time-relevant training to help Toastmasters leaders understand and perform their club or district roles.