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DTAC_winnersAcronym DTAC stands for District Toastmasters Annual Conference.  And this time District 20 DTAC 2015 is being held in Dubai.  The objective of the conference is two folds

  • Organize contest between the best speakers of the Divisions in the District.
  • Hold elections for the next District Council.

But why should you attend DTAC 2015 is a questions that you must ask yourself?  And am sharing my power tips – why?

  1. EDUCATION: Three days of watching Districts best speakers on stage is equivalent to 365 days of learning from club attendance.  A perfect opportunity to pick up nuggets on speaking, body language and content creation skills.
  2. LEARN FROM CONTESTANTS: Connect and Interview contestants.  How did they Participate, Prepare and Practice for the contest. Learn from their experience.
  3. BE THE JUDGE: Learning happens when you are involved and having fun.  Hence bring Judging sheet along and Judge the contest.   Predict winners.  Its fun.
  4. NETWORK: Great opportunity to network with TM across 7 countries.  Network with 30 New Toastmasters every day of the 3 day event.  Your network is your net-worth
  5. NETWORK OUTSIDE THE TM BOX: Don’t limit your discussions to Toastmasters but probe what others do professionally and is there any common denominator you share professionally with others?  Take your discussions outside the TM domain.
  6. FUN: DTAC 2015 has a Gala dinner on May 29, 2015 – a perfect opportunity to unwind with Toastmasters community across the 7 Countries. 
  7. DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONS Every club President and VP Education participates in the District council elections.  And they must attend to exercise their voting rights on behalf of the club members.  It’s a brilliant opportunity to witness Parliamentary machinery in action. (Valid for TM Carrying Voting Ballots)

Good Luck and Great – Education, Fun and Networking at DTAC 2015.

 

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