Miami TLI Hosted By Division E

On Saturday, July 23rd, District 47 hosted the Spring Toastmasters Leadership Institute at Keiser University – Miami.

This event was an education event for all members and a required training event for Club Officers.

The event was attended by our club president, Mike Molina, Secretary, Luis Marin and Vice President, Public Relations, Elena Cobo. Although he could not attend the session in Miami, Vice President, Education, Tu Duong, attended the training in Broward.

The officers that attended received credit towards their Advanced Leadership Bronze (ALB)  and gained additional resources and knowledge to better serve their clubs. And because of our 4 officers’ attendance at TLI, we earned a Distinguished Club Program (DCP) point for our Club!

Over 150 participants took part in the training that included informative sessions on the different roles in the Toastmasters organizations as well as other educational topics including: evaluation, leadership track, moments of truth, embracing Toastmasters brand, distinguished club program sponsor, mentor, coach, contest organizing and competing.

The keynote speaker, Dre Baldwin, kicked off the day with an empowering message to always “Work On Your Game.” Dre created this philosophy to help impart Mental Toughness, Confidence and Self-Discipline to athletes, entrepreneurs and business professionals. A Penn State alum, Dre played professional basketball for 9 years internationally. His YouTube content reaches 100,000+ subscribers and are viewed over 35 million times. Dre’s “Work On Your Game” show on Grant Cardone TV is consistently top-5 on the network. Dre has given 3 TED Talks and published 7 books, including The Mental Handbook.


When:   July 23rd, 2016
Time:     9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Where:  Keiser University
                2101 NW 117th Ave
                Miami, FL 33172

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