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  • Welcome to the Toastmasters refreshed brand! Toastmasters International unveiled a new logo, tagline and positioning on Wednesday, August 17, 2011; the first day of International Convention. The rebrand is a significant step forward in achieving the mission of Toastmasters International. By creating a consistent identity across the globe, we ignite efforts to build membership and increase recognition of the organization. This consistency will inform prospective members, regardless of location, that Toastmasters is the leading organization dedicated to helping them become the speakers and leaders they want to be. While this is not a radical change, the rebrand will take a concerted effort to make the transition across all districts and clubs. In this presentation I’m going to share with you: An overview of branding. The reasons why a rebrand was necessary. The results of the research conducted to identify Toastmasters’ in the market place and in the minds of members and prospective members. The Toastmasters brand position and visual system. Club’s role in the brand refresh.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Take a look at these leaders. You know who they are – and it is clear to us that these individuals are leaders. It also clear to us that these people are great communicators .
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  • So now that we have seen the new look of Toastmasters – what is a club’s role in the Toastmasters brand refresh?
  • As a fellow member of a club we’ll need to apply the new brand through the materials in our meetings – the brand portal will give us access to a lot of these materials including the new agenda. We’ll also need to update our website. We’ll want to reinforce the new brand through consistent application in our club’s messaging and visual communications. By following the District and Club Brand manual we’ll be able to determine whether are communications are on-brand. Also something we’d love to hear is your leadership story. Take time to think about how Toastmasters has helped you and please share it with the club!
  • So now that we have seen the new look of Toastmasters – what is a club’s role in the Toastmasters brand refresh?
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Out of proactive research with our membership and in the marketplace a pattern emerged. Leadership development was one of the organization’s best-kept secrets, so we began by identifying some of the common traits of some of the world's most renown leaders.
  • Uniglobe toastmaster

    1. 1. BECOME A CONFIDENT & COMPELLING SPEAKER www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    2. 2. The Importance of Public Speaking• To advance your career and create opportunities.• To market your organization, make a speech, or teach a class.• To enhance your reputation and boost your self-confidence. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    3. 3. RENOWNED LEADERS THROUGH THE AGES Great leaders? YES Great communicators? ABSOLUTELY www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    4. 4. FACTS ABOUT LEADER No one is born as a leader. However they are all around us. In the community, at work, at school. Leaders are everywhere. They are the heads of families, coaches of teams, business leaders, mentors, organizational decision-makers. We admire these leaders. They influence and inspire us to walk in their footsteps. And, so, we should commit our self to become one. Finally, it isn’t just what leaders know that enabled them to lead. They had a voice. They could tell their story. They could listen and answer. They didn’t just accomplish, they communicated. So let’s find our voice. Learn to process ideas in the midst of discussion. Train our self to listen attentively. Learn to give feedback – and accept it. Let’s organize, plan, deliver and follow up. We need a place where all the ingredients were there, and someone would guide us along the way. We have found that place. We have found a community of learners and the path to leadership. We are the leader – and we can make it happen. UNIGLOBE TOASTMASTERS Where Leaders are Made www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    5. 5. THE CLUB’S ROLE www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    6. 6. THE CLUB’S ROLE • Meet for a 1 hour in a week • Make Schedule, Plans •Make speech and presentations •Provide feedback and suggestions for improvement • Share your tips and experience with your fellow members! www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    7. 7. STRATEGIES FOR BECOMING A BETTER SPEAKER www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    8. 8. 1.PLAN APPROPRIATELY• Think how youll structure what youre going to say.• You need to intrigue your audience from the beginning.• Start with an interesting statistic, headline,or fact that supports to what youre talking about and resonates with your audience. You can also use story telling as a powerful opener. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    9. 9. 2.PRACTICE• Seek opportunities to speak in front of others• Practice it plenty of times alone, using the resources youll rely on at the event, and, as you practice, tweak your words until they flow smoothly and easily.• Do a rehearsal in front of a small audience or in front of a mirror, this will help you calm your jitters and make you feel more comfortable with the material. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    10. 10. 3.ENGAGE WITH YOUR AUDIENCE• Ask, leading questions and encourage people to participate and ask questions.• Pay attention to how youre speaking.• Don’t get nervous, you might talk quickly. This increases the chances that youll trip over your words, or say something you dont mean. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    11. 11. Contd.• Force yourself to slow down by breathing deeply. Dont be afraid to gather your thoughts; pauses are an important part of conversation, and they make you sound confident, natural, and authentic.• Avoid reading from your notes. Instead, try to memorize what youre going to say. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    12. 12. 4.PAY ATTENTION TO BODY LANGUAGE• Stand up straight, look people in the eye, and smile. Dont lean on one leg or use gestures that feel unnatural.• Don’t speak behind a podium when giving presentations, they put a barrier between you and the audience.• Walk around and use gestures to engage the audience. This movement and energy will make you seem more active and passionate. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    13. 13. 5.THINK POSITIVELY• Positive thinking can make a huge difference to the success of your communication, because it helps you feel more confident.• Use affirmations and visualization to raise your confidence. Visualize giving a successful presentation. Use positive affirmations such as "Im grateful I have the opportunity to help my audience" or "Im going to do well!" www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    14. 14. 6.COPE WITH NERVES• Stop thinking about yourself, Instead, focus on your audience. Concentrate on the audiences wants and needs.• Use deep breathing exercises right before you speak.• Think your speech as a conversation. Focus on one friendly face at a time, and talk to that person as if he or she is the only one in the room. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    15. 15. 7.WATCH RECORDINGS OF YOUR SPEECHES• Record your presentations and speeches. Improve your speaking skills by watching yourself , and improving in areas that didnt go well.• Look at your body language: are you swaying, leaning on the podium, or leaning heavily on one leg? Are you looking at the audience? Did you smile? Did you speak clearly at all times? www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    16. 16. Contd.• Pay attention to your gestures. Do they appear natural or forced?• Look at how you handled interruptions, such as a sneeze or a question that you werent prepared for. Does your face show surprise, hesitation, or annoyance? If so, practice managing interruptions like these smoothly, so that youre even better next time. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    17. 17. KEY POINTS• Plan appropriately.• Practice.• Engage with your audience.• Pay attention to body language.• Think positively.• Cope with your nerves.• Watch recordings of your speeches. www.hamrocollege.blogspot.com
    18. 18. WHERELEADERSAREMADE
    19. 19. THANK YOU

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