The form must be complete before you are accepted in to the Legacy Endgame group.
Have you paid your April-September dues?
You must be a member in good standing to participate in the Legacy Endgame program.
You must be a member in good standing (dues are paid) in a club in good standing (at least eight members at dues renewal) to participate in Legacy Endgame. Please, pay your dues today and resubmit
I understand and will pay my dues and resubmit this form
I do not intend to pay my dues and can therefore not participate.
In order to take advantage of the Legacy Endgame program, you will need to have a home/business computer, including webcam and microphone that you can use for you speeches and that you can sign into a Zoom meeting on that computer. (The sessions will last approximately one hour, but may go slightly longer.)
I understand the equipment needs to participate and have the needed equipment.
I understand the equipment needs to participate and will obtain the the needed equipment as soon as possible.
I understand the equipment needs to participate and do not have the needed equipment.
I would be using a business computer and cannot sign into a Zoom meeting.
Once you have acquired the appropriate equipment, please resubmit your application.
I will resubmit my application once I have the needed equipment
Sorry but since this Program is held online, if you do not have access to the needed equipment, Legacy Endgame cannot help you.
Will you be available to sign into the scheduled Legacy Endgame session 15-30 minutes before the scheduled meeting for an equipment check?
Sorry, but since this Program is held online, if you do not have the ability to check in a minimum of 15 minutes before the scheduled session time, Legacy Endgame cannot help you.
Club Base Camp Manager (all information concerning your speech must be delivered to your Base Camp Manager to assure you get credit.)
Club Base Camp Manager Email
Club Base Camp Manager Phone Number
What is your current Legacy Communication Track Education Level?
Only your Communication Level
What is your current Legacy Leadership Track Education Level?
Only your Leadership Level.
Are you signed up for Pathways yet?
If not, do so today!
I look forward to continuing on my Path(s).
You need to sign up for a Pathways Path. We highly suggest you do so today. If you need assistance, please contact your VPE.
I will sign up for Pathways.
What elements are you still in need of to finish your DTM?
Mentor, Sponsor or Coaches Only
High Performance Leadership Only
District Leadership Only
Speeches and Mentor, Sponsor or Coach Credit
Speeches and High Performance Leadership
Speeches and District Leadership
Sorry, but the Legacy Endgame Program cannot help you with your Mentor, Sponsor or Coach requirements.This is a speeches only program
Sorry, but the Legacy Endgame Program cannot help you with your High Performance Leadership requirements.This is a speeches only program
Sorry, but the Legacy Endgame Program cannot help you with your District Leadership requirements.This is a speeches only program
If you selected Speeches Only above, please list all the advanced manual(s) and speeches you need to complete for your DTM, including the Better Speaker, Successful Club, Successful Leadership and/or Leadership Excellence Series.
The Entertaining Speaker
Speaking to Inform
Communicating in Television
Speeches by Management
The Professional Speaker
Better Speaker Series
Successful Club Series
Successful Leadership Series
Successful Communications Series
Leadership Excellence Series
Speeches from The Entertaining Speaker (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Entertaining Speech 5-7 minutes
Resources for Entertaining 5-7 minutes
Make Them Laugh 5-7 minutes
A Dramatic Talk 5-7 minutes
Speaking After Dinner 8-10 minutes
Speeches from Speaking to Inform (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Speech to Inform 5-7 minutes
Resources for Informing 5-7 minutes
The Demonstration Talk 5-7 minutes
A Fact Finding Report 5-7 minutes, 2-3 minutes Q&A
The Abstract Concept 6-8 minutes
Speeches from Storytelling (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Folk Tale 7-9 minutes
Let's Get Personal 6-8 minutes
The Moral of the Story 4-6 minutes
The Touching Story 6-8 minutes
Bring History to Life 7-9 minutes
Speeches from Special Occasions (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Mastering the Toast 2-3 minutes
Speaking in Praise 5-7 minutes
The Roast 3-5 minutes
Presenting an Award 3-4 minutes
Accepting an Award 5-7 minutes
Speeches from Specialty Speeches (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Soeaking off the Cuff 5-7 minutes
Uplift the Spirit 8-10 minutes
Sell a Product 10-12 minutes
Read Out Loud 12-15 minutes
Introduce the Speaker (3 of the speakers online)
Speeches from Public Relations (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Goodwill Speech 5-7 minutes
The Radio Talk Show 3-5 minutes speech, 2-3 minutes Q&A
The Persuasice Approach 5-7 minutes
Speaking Under Fire 3-5 minutes, 2-3 minutes Q&A
The Crisis Management Speech 4-6 minutes, 3-5 minutes Q&A
Speeches from Humorously Speaking (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Warm Up Your Audience 5-7 minutes
Leave Them with a Smile 5-7 minutes
Make Them Laugh 5-7 minutes
Keep Them Laughing 5-7 minutes
The Numerous Speech 5-7 minutes
Speeches from Persuasive Speaking (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Effective Salesperson 8-14 mnutes (3-4 speech, 3-5 role play)
Conquering the "Cold Call" 10-14 minutes (3-4 speech, 5-7 role play, 2-3 Q&A)
The Winning Proposal 5-7 minutes
Addressing the Opposition 7-9 minutes, 2-3 minutes Q&A
The Persuasive Leader 6-8 minutes
Speeches from Communicating on Television (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Straight Talk 3 minutes
The Talk Show 5-7 minutes
When You Are the Host 5-7 minutes
The Press Conference 3-5 minutes, 2-5 Q&A
Training on Television 5-7 minutes
Speeches from Interpretive Reading (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Read a Story 5-7 minutes
Interpreting Poetry 6-8 minutes
The Monodrama 5-7 minutes
The Play 12-15 minutes
The Oratorical Speech 8-10 minutes
Speeches from Interpersonal Communications (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Conversing with Ease 10-14 minutes
The Successful Negotiation 10-14 minutes
Diffusing Verbal Criticism 10-14 minutes
The Coach 10-14 minutes
Asserting Yourself Effectively 10-14 minutes
Speeches from Technical Presentations (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Technical Briefing 8-10 minutes
The Proposal 8-10 minutes
The Nontechnical Audience 10-12 minutes
Presenting a Technical Paper 10-12 minutes
Enhancing the Talk with the Internet 12-15 minutes
Speeches from Facilitating Discussions (check each one you have yet to perform.) (You need to invite club members and let session facilitator know their email addresses.)
The Panel Moderator 56 minutes (28-30 speech, 22-26 discussion)
The Brainstorming Session 55 minutes (31-33 speech, 20-22 discussion)
The Problem Solving Discussion 54 minutes (26-31 speech, 19-23 discussion)
Handling Challenging Situations 53 minutes (23-32 minutes speech, 12-21 discussion)
Reaching Consensus 63 minutes (31-37 speech, 20-26 discussion)
Speeches from Speeches by Management (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Briefing 3-5 minutes, 2-3 minutes Q&A
Appraising with Praise 5-7 minutes
Persuade to Inspire 5-7 minutes
Communicating Change 5-7 minutes
Delivering Bad News 5-7 minutes
Speeches from The Professional Speaker (check each one you have yet to perform.) (You need to invite club members and let session facilitator know their email addresses.)
The Keynote Address 15-20 minutes
Speaking to Entertain 15-20 minutes
The Sales Training Speech 15-20 minutes
The Professional Seminar 20-40 minutes
The Motivational Speech 15-20 minutes
Speeches from the Better Speaker Series (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Beginning Your Speech (10-15 minutes)
Concluding Your Speech (10-15 minutes)
Controlling Your Fear (10-15 minutes)
Impromptu Speaking (10-15 minutes)
Selecting Your Topic (10-15 minutes)
Know Your Audience (10-15 minutes)
Organizing Your Speech (10-15 minutes)
Creating and Introduction (10-15 minutes)
Preparation and Practice (10-15 minutes)
Using Body Language (10-15 minutes)
Speeches from the Successful Club Series (check each one you have yet to perform.)
Moments of Truth (60-90 minutes NOTE Must be presented to your club)
Finding New Members for Your Club (10-15 minutes)
Evaluate to Motivate (10-15 minutes)
Closing the Sale (10-15 minutes)
Creating a Better Club Climate (10-15 minutes)
Setting the Stage for Success: Meeting Roles and Responsibilities (10-15 minutes)
Mentoring (10-15 minutes)
Keeping the Commitment (10-15 minutes)
Going Beyond Our Club (10-15 minutes)
How to be a Distinguished Club (10-15 minutes)
Toastmasters Education Program (10-15 minutes)
Speeches from the Successful Communications Series (due to the extreme lengths of these sessions, some cannot be dome and others only with special arraignments)
Speechcraft (Impossible to do online)
How to Listen Effectively (2.5 -3 hours)
The Art of Effective Evaluations (2 hours)
Building Your Thinking Power Part I: Mental Flexibility (2 - 2.5 hours)
Building Your Thinking Power Part II: The Power of Ideas (2 - 2.5 hours)
From Speaker to Trainer (4 - 4.5 hours)
Speeches from the Successful Leadership Series (check each one you have yet to perform.)
How to Conduct a Successful Meeting (60 minutes)
Parliamentary Procedure in Action (5 15 minute session)
Leadership Part I: Characteristics of an Effective Leader (90 minutes - needs special arrangements)
Leadership Part II: Developing Your Leadership Style (60-90 minutes - needs special arrangements.)
Leadership Part III: Working in the Team Environment (60-90 minutes - needs special arrangements.)
Improving Your Management Style (2 -2.5 hours - needs special arrangements.)
Speeches from the Leadership Excellence Series (check each one you have yet to perform.)
The Visionary Leader (10-15 minutes)
Developing a Mission (10-15 minutes)
Values and Leadership (10-15 minutes)
Goal Setting and Planning (10-15 minutes)
Delegate to Empower (10-15 minutes)
Building a Team (10-15 minutes)
Giving Effective Evaluations (10-15 minutes)
The Leader as Coach (10-15 minutes)
Motivating People (10-15 minutes)
Service and Leadership (10-15 minutes)
Resolving Conflict (10-15 minutes)
What day of the week is best for you to attend a session?
What is the best time for you to be schedule for your assigned Legacy Endgame session?
Mornings 8 am - 11 am
Noon (during lunchbreak)
Afternoons 1 pm - 5 pm
Evenings 7 pm - 10 pm
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