Toastmasters North Division Recognition Celebration

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 2050 Claire Ct Glenview IL 60025  See map


Recognition and reward is a visible indication of an organization's culture. It is the culture of Toastmasters International to recognize and reward its members as they achieve their educational goals.  Effective recognition programs can help retain members and encourage new ones to join a Toastmasters club.

That being said, Toastmasters District 30 North Division is planning a Recognition Celebration for all of its members who have achieved an award from July 1, 2012 - November 15, 2012.

Please celebrate with us on December 15, 2012 in the beautiful Administration/Education Facility at the Midwest Palliative Hospice CareCenter, 2050 Claire Court in Glenview IL from 9:30am – 12:30pm. Doors open at 9:00am.

Members want to feel their efforts are noticed and valued by those around them. We all enjoy receiving compliments, especially when they come from various sources: friends, family, peers, colleagues, fellow Toastmasters, team leaders, senior managers and other professional associates.

Praise for goals achieved should be timely, direct, personal, and specific. Join us in this celebration and support your fellow Toastmasters.

Though some members feel awkward when they receive a compliment, they appreciate that someone took the time to say how pleased he/she was by their achievement and /or good behavior.  Recognition says, "I appreciate your effort," "Congratulations on your accomplishment," "I noticed what you did" or simply “thank you.”

We are saying all of the above on December 15th, won’t you join us?

The Toastmasters educational program helps individuals become more effective communicators and leaders.

 Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP via to ethel.goatee@ul.com call 847-664-2033 or cathy.stroh@honeywell.com to confirm your attendance.


Ethel Goatee


Toastmasters International

North Division Governor




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