Nomination (DLC)

District 105 announces the appointment of Devlal Sahadevan, DTM, as the District Leadership Committee (DLC) Chair for the year 2017-18.
 
The DLC will receive nominations from active members of District 105 for the following positions for the 2018-19 term:-
District Director
Program Quality Director
Club Growth Director 
Division Directors
 
The activities of the Committee and their corresponding timelinesare listed below:-
Timeline Activity
1-Nov Form full Committee
1-Dec Call for nominations to seek out prospective candidates
Dec-January Receive Nominations
Feb-March Evaluate and Interview Candidates
20-March Submit Nomination Report to DD
1-April DD Publishes report to District Council Members
4-May Election to District Office (During DTAC 2018)
 

How to Nominate:-
Fill in the District Leader Nominating Form and forward to DLC Chair (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and District Director (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) ONLY, before 31-January-2018.

Attach the following documents also with the nomination:-
- List of Club/ District Offices held earlier (snapshot from Toastmasters Profile)


Other Resources:-

Note:- List of nominated candidates will be published in the District website by first week of April 2018.

NOMINATION COMMITTEE REPORT:-

District Director (DD)

As the District Director, you are responsible for directly overseeing and managing the district’s day-to-day operations, finances, and human resources. Fortunately, you have a team of district leaders to help you fulfill these responsibilities. You must empower your district leadership team to work together toward the district mission, while supporting each one in his or her development as a leader. Together with your district leadership team, you participate in District Leader Training, Mid-year Training, and online tutorials. To serve as District Director, you must have served at least six consecutive months as a club president and at least 12 consecutive months as a lieutenant governor (PQD, CGD, LGET, LGM), Division Governor/ Director, or a combination of the two at the time you take office.

Program Quality Director (PQD)

As the Program Quality Director, you are responsible for all aspects of education and training within the district. This includes supporting quality club programming efforts, promoting the Distinguished Club Program, and planning and executing the district conference. Together with your district leadership team, you participate in District Leader Training, Mid-year Training, and online tutorials. To be Program Quality Director, you must have served at least six consecutive months as club president and at least 12 consecutive months as a lieutenant governor(PQD, CGD, LGET, LGM), Division Governor/ Director or Area Governor/ Director. 

Club Growth Director (CGD)

As the Club Growth Director, you are responsible for all aspects of marketing, club-building, and member/ clubretention efforts within the district. This includes defining an overall marketing strategy for the district, developing outreach and retention efforts with existing community and corporate clubs, and penetrating new markets. Additionally, the Club Growth Director supports challenged clubs and helps them to become Distinguished. Together with your district leadership team, you participate in District Leader Training, Mid-year Training, and online tutorials. To be Club Growth Director, you must have served at least six consecutive months as club president and at least 12 consecutive months as a lieutenant governor(PQD, CGD, LGET, LGM), Division Governor/ Director or Area Governor/ Director.

Division Director (Div.D)

As Division Director, your job is to lead and support the division through the supervision and support of the area directors. One of your primary goals as Division Director is to ensure that each club achieves its mission and fulfills its responsibilities to its members. To achieve this, you coordinate division activities, set division goals, and assist in the training of area and club leaders. To serve as Division Director, you must have served at least six consecutive months as a member of a district council. The division director may be re-elected to one succeeding term.

Area Director (AD)

As Area Director, you serve as the direct liaison between the district and the clubs. In line with the District Administrative Bylaws, the Area Directors of District 105 are elected by the respective area councils, during the month of May. Area directors conduct club visits twice a year within their respective areas to understand and support club needs. In turn, these visits help district leaders understand how to support and meet the needs of each club. It is important that area directors have the support they need to serve clubs. The success of the district depends on it. Area Directors are eligible for re-election or re-appointment for one succeeding term only. Ideally, area directors have served as members of a district council.

For more information about these roles, refer to the District Leadership Handbook and the District Administrative Bylaws, Article VII: Officers in the Governing Documents.