Club & Individual Incentives for 2014-2015

Richard Peck, DTM - Fall Conference Keynote Speaker

“We have the ability to change the world one person at a time.”

Richard Peck, DTM

Richard Peck, DTM, of Seymour, Connecticut, is a senior member of the Network Support division at AT&T, where he has worked for 27 years. As a manager, he coordinates corporate summits and leads cross-functional teams in their work on technology projects. After earning an MBA in International Business at the University of Texas in Dallas, Peck was certified as a Project Management Professional by the Project Management Institute. He served as club president for the Norwalk Kiwanis Club and as Division 25 Lieutenant Governor for Kiwanis International. He also enjoys traveling, photography and studying world cultures.

A dedicated Toastmaster for 7 years, Peck has been a member of his home club, Nutmeg in Woodbridge, Connecticut, since 2006. He has held a number of high-profile leadership positions within Toastmasters, and has attained the Distinguished Toastmaster designation—the highest level of educational achievement in the organization.

He says, “In Toastmasters, helping an individual achieve a goal in turn helps you achieve yours. As members, we have the ability to change the world one person at a time.”

As a member of the Toastmasters International Board of Directors, Peck is a “working ambassador” for the organization. He works with the Board to develop, support and modify the policies and procedures that guide Toastmasters International in fulfilling its mission.

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Role of the Club Sponsor, Mentor or Coach

Why YOU want to be a club sponsor/mentor/coach!

Successful mentors and sponsors consider themselves a personal coach. Coaching involves a variety of skills which includes assessing, demonstrating, motivating, and tutoring. Successful mentors and sponsors are counselors and leaders and become role models to their mentees. By being willing to try your skills as a mentor/sponsor/coach, you are challenging yourself to higher leadership potential and acquiring leadership skills for any and all your future endeavors – in your community, church, non-profits, your workplace and your home.


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Fall 2014 Conference

Saturday, November 8, 2014 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM
New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott

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New York, NY  -  Area 45

This Week in 46

Area Contest

Tonight 5:00PM - Area 33

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Tonight 6:00PM - Area 51

Tonight 6:00PM - Area 54

The Big Picture

Smedley Awards

Now – Sep 30

Fall Area Contests

Now – Sep 30

Fall Area Contests Complete

Sep 30

Summer Club Officer Training report due at WHQ

Sep 30

Semi-Annual Club Dues Complete

Sep 30

Smedley Awards Complete

Sep 30

Fall Division Contests

Oct 1 – Oct 15

Area Governor Visits

Now – Oct 31

Upcoming Club Events

Thursday, September 25th
Workshop for Entrepreneurs
LIU Brooklyn Toastmasters for Entrepreneurs
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Monday, October 6th
Mario Lewis, "My Journey to the World Championship
Leadership Roundtable Toastmasters Cllub
New York, NY 10036

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Open Meeting Roles

Thursday, October 16th
Long Island University-Brooklyn
Brooklyn, New York, 11201-5372

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