Club Meeting Role Cheat Sheets
by Keith Maderer, DTM – Club Growth Director
Every club has their own New Member Orientation program. When I was a new toastmaster, I remember being anxious about stepping up for meeting roles. My mentor, Caroline Organ, helped me to identify the specific items that each role entailed.
Now we have some great resources online through Toastmasters International that can help provide an overview of each role and guide your through the nuances that make them unique.
Here is a link to that page: https://www.toastmasters.org/membership/club-meeting-roles
But one thing that continues to create stress for new members is that club meetings are live. They are unpredictable. They are not as prepared as a video depicts them.
Because of that I decided to create a small cheat sheet that new members can use during the meeting to help them over the rough spots.
The good news is that I have shared these with many clubs over the years and now I am going to post them on the tmdistrict65.org website for anyone to download, print and use.
These are also great for recording the date, club, notes and information about when you did a role for the Competent Leader projects and award.
Here are the Club Meeting Roles Cheat Sheets that you can download, print, use and even upload to your club’s website.
They are just something that I have found useful and I hope you will too.
Timer’s Report Sheet:
WAG Master Sheet: (Word of the Day, Ahh Counter and Grammarian)
Dual Evaluation Sheet:
Evaluation Workshop Booklet:
General Evaluator Sheet:
Toastmaster Role Guidelines: