The scrollable table here provides suggestions for fulfilling project requirements while serving your club or the district. See the Paths and Projects page (PC/Tablet or Phone format) for more information on the projects listed here

ProjectProject DescriptionLeadership Project Ideas
Active Listening Serve as Table Topics Master Any club meeting
Building a Social Media Presence Build a new social media presence or enhance an existing presence. Serve as club VPPR or PR Manager, or join the District PR team
Create a Podcast Create a podcast of 60 minutes total with episodes of at least 10 minutes each.

Serve as club VPPR or PR Manager.  Join the District PR team.

Deliver Social Speeches Compose a speech for a social occasion. Roast outgoing officer such as club president or district director.  Accept an award, introduce dignitaries speeches, present an award, eulogy, toasts
Develop a Communication Plan Develop a communication plan for any event or situation. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Develop Your Vision Develop a vision, establish a timeline for implementing your plan, and execute your plan. Serve as a club or district officer, or chair a big event such as the annual conference.
High Performance Leadership Develop a project plan, organize a guidance committee, and implement your plan with the help of a team. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Improvement Through Positive Coaching Outside of club meetings, coach an individual through a project. Serve as club officer, district officer, club coach, club mentor, or coach any member through a project in your club or district.
Lead in Any Situation For at least six months, take on a leadership role in Toastmasters (at any level), within another volunteer organization, or in your career. Serve in a club officer or district leader role (such as area director, etc.).
Leading in Difficult Situations Design and complete a project plan for any event or set of goals. Serve as a club or district officer, or chair a committee or event.
Leading in Your Volunteer Organization Serve in a leadership role in Toastmasters or another volunteer organization for at least six months. Serve in a club officer or district leader role (such as area director, etc.).
Leading Your Team Build a team of two to four people and lead your team to the completion of a project of your design. Serve as a club or district officer, or chair a committee or event.
Lessons Learned Facilitate a lessons learned meeting for a team with which you are completing or have completed
a project. Lead debrief after an event or project completion.
Making Connections Through Networking Prepare for and attend a networking event. Serve as networking chair for an event.
Manage Online Meetings Conduct a 20- to 25-minute online meeting with fellow Toastmasters or a 20- to 25-minute webinar with visual aids for fellow Toastmasters. Facilitate a Webinar or other online meeting
Manage Projects Successfully Develop a plan, build a team, and fulfill the plan with the help of your team. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Manage Successful Events Plan, coordinate, and complete an event of your choosing. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Moderate a Panel Discussion Plan and moderate a 20- to 40-minute panel discussion. Facilitate a workshop with a panel at a council meeting, TLI or conference
Motivate Others Build a team of three to four people to help you create and complete a project to benefit your club. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Planning and Implementing Develop and implement a plan for a small-scale project. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Present a Proposal Select key information to present in a proposal to build a case with supporting evidence and realistic solutions. Present a proposal to your team when chairing a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Public Relations Strategies Promote awareness of an organization, formulate a public relations strategy and use various public relations tactics. Serve as club VPPR or PR Manager, or join the District PR team
Question-and-Answer Session Prepare to answer questions and provide information clearly, concisely and with confidence. Serve as a COT Facilitator, facilitate a webinar, or facilitate a workshop at a council meeting, TLI, or conference
Reaching Consensus Work with a group to reach consensus on any topic. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Successful Collaboration Work with a small team and collaborate to make decisions. Chair a committee or event, such as speech contest, open house, or conference
Team Building Build and work with a small team to design and host a team-building event. Serve as networking chair for an event.
Write a Compelling Blog Post a minimum of eight blog posts in one month Serve as club VPPR or PR Manager, or join the District PR team