Hidden Treasures in Toastmasters

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  • Good EvaluationsHas suggestions for improvementReinforces the speakers’ strengthsSpecific & adjusted to the speakerMakes speaker feel “I can improve”Analyzes the speech: meaning & impact of elements of the deliveryThorough (80-20 rule)StructuredBalanced & truthfulSummary: ONE MAIN POINT
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  • Good EvaluationsHas suggestions for improvementReinforces the speakers’ strengthsSpecific & adjusted to the speakerMakes speaker feel “I can improve”Analyzes the speech: meaning & impact of elements of the deliveryThorough (80-20 rule)StructuredBalanced & truthfulSummary: ONE MAIN POINT
  • Hidden Treasures in Toastmasters

    1. 1. Hidden Treasures:How to get the most out of TM Silvana Wasitova DTM Division E Governor - D59, 2012-2013 Krakow, July 2012
    2. 2. What benefit have you attained from your membership in Toastmasters?SilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    3. 3. Hidden Treasures of Toastmasters Safe placeSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    4. 4. Safe & nurturing environmentSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    5. 5. Hidden Treasures of Toastmasters Safe place PracticeSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    6. 6. Practice Photo by J.R.Eyeman 1949, LIFE MagazineSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    7. 7. Multiple Tools Manuals: CC, 15 Advanced Manuals Club Leadership: team building Mentoring: receiving, giving Mentoring a club: Sponsor, Mentor, Coach Leadership Project Leadership at District LevelSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    8. 8. Advanced Manuals for Leaders, AG/DG Speaking to Inform Specialty Speeches 1. The Speech to Inform 5-7 mins 1. Speak off the Cuff 5-7 mins 2. Resources for Informing 5-7 mins 2. Uplift the Spirit 8-10 mins 3. The Demonstration Talk 5-7 mins 3. Sell a Product 10-12 mins 4. A Fact-Finding Report 5-7 + 2-3 QA 4. Read Out Loud 12-15 mins 5. The Abstract Concept 6-8 mins 5. Introduce the Speaker 8-10 mins Speeches by Management Special Occasion Speeches 1. The Briefing 8-10 mins 1. Mastering the Toast 2-3 mins 2. The Technical Speech 8-10 mins 2. Speaking in Praise 5-7 mins 3. Manage and Motivate 10-12 mins 3. The Roast 3-5 mins 4. The Status Report 10-12 mins 4. Presenting an Award 3-4 mins 5. Confrontation 5; 10 min QA 5. Accepting an Award 5-7 mins Persuasive Speaking Interpersonal Communication 1. The Effective Salesperson 8-12 mins 1. Conversing with Ease 10-14 mins 2. Conquering the "Cold Call" 10-14 mins 2. The Successful Negotiator 10-14 mins 3. The Winning Proposal 5-7 mins 3. Diffusing Verbal Criticism 10-14 mins 4. Addressing the Opposition 7-9 mins 4. The Coach 10-14 mins 5. The Persuasive Leader 6-8 mins 5. Asserting Yourself Effectively 10-14 minsSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    9. 9. The 15 Advanced ManualsSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    10. 10. DTM: Distinguished Toastmaster  Highest Educational Award within Toastmasters  CC + CL + ACB + ACS + ACG + ALB + ALS  7.5 Distinguished Club goals for your club  45+ speeches  Mentor, Leader @ Club & District levelsSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    11. 11. SilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    12. 12. The Secret Plan ahead Each speaking opportunity: make it a manual speech, with a TM to evaluate Offer to speak at TLI / Special Events Careful Tracking: No one else will track it for you! Find Mentors to help you get there - ask!SilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    13. 13. Hidden Treasures of Toastmasters Safe place Practice Toastmasters changes livesSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    14. 14. Overcome inhibitionsSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    15. 15. What is your next step?SilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    16. 16. Silvana Wasitova, DTM Division E Governor - D59, 2012-2013 SilvanaDTM@yahoo.com +41 79 558 0509 @wasitovaSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
    17. 17. Planning a path to DTMExample: club meets weekly = 50 meetings/yr First Year: Complete CC, CL • Deliver 10 speeches • Serve as Club Officer + attend Training • Start on ATM-B and ALB Second Year: Complete ACB, ALB, ALS • Deliver 14 speeches (4 are pre-prepared) • Serve as Area Governor + attend Training • Complete Leadership Project • Serve as Club Sponsor/Mentor/Coach (may take longer than one year) Third Year: Complete ACS, ACG
    18. 18. Planning a path to DTM Example: club meets twice a month = 24 meetings/yr  First Year: Start CC, Start CL • Deliver 10 speeches • Serve as Club Officer + attend Training • Start ACB and ALB  Second Year: Complete CC, CL, Start ACB, ALB • Deliver 14 speeches (4 are pre-prepared) • Serve as Area Governor + attend Training • Complete Leadership Project • Serve as Club Sponsor/Mentor/Coach (may take longer than one year)  Third Year: Complete ACB, ALB, Start ALS, ACS,  Fourth Year: Complete ALS, ACS, ACGSilvanaDTM@yahoo.com
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