Category Archives: Teamwork
Everyone can lead in a Toastmasters meeting or club. Opportunities abound, regardless of title or role. Do your part!
We’re surrounded by examples of team — both good and bad. Emulate the hallmarks of great teamwork as you lead your club, area, division or district, workgroup, department or organization, from wherever you find yourself in its hierarchy.
Guests visiting your club may feel the nervousness you long ago vanquished. The secret to allaying their anxieties? turn their fear into fun! Your attentiveness toward guests comforts and nourishes them. When you prepare for their arrival, welcome them on entry, take the time to understand their needs and fears, you show them that you care. This thoughtful approach helps guests want to join your club.
Legendary Basketball Coach John Wooden On Leadership and Life’s Lessons
Interviewed By Craig Harrison, DTM, PDG
A 59-year-old resident of Danville, California, Sullenberger retired in March after a 30-year aviation career with US Airways. His story may soon be on the big screen: Producers have optioned the movie rights to his memoir, Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters. Craig Harrison, DTM, interviewed Captain Sullenberger on an array of leadership topics, including crisis communication, teamwork and the need for continual improvement, for Toastmaster magazine.