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  • Helping people learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking – vital skills that Promote self-actualization, Enhance leadership potential, Foster human understanding and Contribute to the betterment of mankind. “ Tell me and I will forget , show me and I may not remember, involve me and I will understand”. Native American Proverb. Learning through participation Evaluation is the unique aspect of Toastmasters. Providing feedback is the only way you can grow. And we teach and practice an approach which reinforces good behavior and encourages improvement. Each new member is mentored by an experienced Toastmaster Mentor’s role: Familiarize new TM with TI program and resources Act as a sounding board in developing ideas Help develop and polish speeches Encourage the TM to progress and improve by providing feedback. Mentoring is an ongoing process
  • Ice Breaker Organize your thoughts Get to the point How to say it Vocal variety Your body speaks Research your topic Using visual aids Persuade with power Inspire the audience .
  • No. Project Skills Requirements 1.Listening and Leadership 3 of 4 meeting roles - Ah-counter, Speech Evaluator Grammarian, Table Topics Speaker 2.Critical Thinking 2 of 3 meeting roles - Speech Evaluator, Grammarian, General Evaluator 3 Giving Feedback 3 meeting roles - Speech Evaluator Grammarian General Evaluator 4. Time Management Timer and any 1 of 4 meeting roles - Toastmaster, Speaker, Grammarian, Table Topics Master. 5. Planning & Implementation 3 of 4 meeting roles - Speaker, General Evaluator, Toastmaster, TTM, Assessing current situation, Setting objectives, Considering a range of tools developing and working a plan The need for leadership, the six dimensions of leadership, your current leadership skills , and becoming a more effective leader. Developing a vision and creating an action plan. Helping the team accomplish its mission and dealing with setbacks. Analyzing efforts. Providing help through each phase is a Guidance Committee
  • Years ago toastmasters scared me. I joined Toastmasters in 1994 at the suggestion of my boss – who was also a toastmaster My confidence and speaking skills are miles ahead of where I was – and I did community and board presentations before. I have seen hundreds of people develop incredible speaking skills through the confidence and training that Toastmasters provides. I have enjoyed every year I have been a Toastmaster. SLIDE After 15 years of cajoling, my twin brother moved to Edmonton and joined TM. He wishes he had listened to me before.

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  • The Toastmasters Program Oxbridge Orators March 24, 2010
  • Toastmaster Approach
    • Speaking, Listening and Thinking
    • Learn by doing
    • Evaluation
    • Mentor Program
  • Mission of a TM Club
    • To provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment
    • in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills,
    • which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
  • Toastmasters Education Program Guest Toastmaster Competent Communicator (CC) Advanced Communicator-Bronze (ACB) Advanced Communicator-Silver (ACS) Advanced Communicator- Gold (ACG) Competent Leader (CL) Advanced Leader-Bronze (ALB) Advanced Leader -Silver (ALS) Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)
  • Communication Track Competent Communicator (CC)
    • Ten speeches or projects
    • Each project has specific objectives to master specific skills
    • Polish the skills using feedback.
  • Advanced Manuals
    • The Entertaining Speaker
    • Speaking to inform
    • Public Relations
    • Facilitating Discussion
    • Specialty Speeches
    • Speeches by Management
    • The Professional Speaker
    • Technical Presentations
    • Persuasive Speaking
    • Communicating on Television
    • Storytelling
    • Interpretive Reading
    • Special Occasion Speeches
    • Interpersonal Communication
    • Humorously Speaking
  • Leadership Stream
    • Learn particular skills by participating in the weekly program
    • Explore leadership opportunities outside of the office with support and training
    • As good a planning framework as the government
    • High Performance Leadership program
  • Why Join?
    • You will
    • Develop confidence
    • Develop communication and leadership skills
    • Experience personal growth
    • Be much better position to achieve your personal dreams and expectation
  • People Join for One Reason and Stay for Another
    • It’s fun
    • Positive
    • Get to associate with people who want to improve themselves
    • Meet and connect with people thorughout the City and around the world
    • What’s Holding You Back?
    • Join Toastmasters Today!