The Mentor Academy – enhance your clubs experience
Many members in Toastmasters speak about the importance of mentoring; unfortunately only few practice it in their clubs. From a recent survey run in D109 it emerges that 93% of the clubs would like to improve their mentoring program. In this workshop you will learn how different clubs run the mentoring program. You will have the opportunity to get ideas how to be an effective mentor and help your club to enhance members experience.
Audience TARGET: Club Officers and Members interest on the Mentoring program
David Corcoran , David hails from Australia and moved to Vienna in January 2015 with his family. In Australia, David was a professional Opera Singer performing with Opera Australia at the Sydney Opera House. To see a list of roles David sang see www.davidcorcoran.com.au. David has completed a Bachelor degree and Graduate Diploma in Psychology, a Diploma in Coaching, the CELTA and a Masters of Science in Human Resources Management at International Business School where is achieved a Distinction. In Australia, before singing he worked for a major Australian retailer, Coles Supermarkets and in the Outplacement industry and while Opera singing, as a Cycling Instructor for the City of Sydney and as a Professional Life Coach for Personal Development. Working now as a Communication Skills Trainer and Executive Vocal Coach, David combine his skills in voice, public speaking and coaching on top of his native English skills to help people improve themselves. He is passionate about personal development and encouraging others to become the best versions of themselves. David is also a Lecturer in Body Language at the FH Wien der WKW for the Bachelor of Corporate Communications Course in English. David is an active Toastmaster currently holding his ALS and ACB (soon to be ACS and 8 speeches off DTM) and he has served as the Division Director of Toastmasters in Austria, a Club President of Vienna Toastmasters Club 551 and Area Director of D5. He belongs to Club 551, Blue Danube Leaders and regularly attends 3C Communication Culture Club. “