Su Toaster New Members Orientation Nov 23 Monday

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Su Toaster New Members Orientation Nov 23 Monday

  1. 1. SU Toastmaster “New Members Orientation”<br />Vice President of Education:<br />Kim, Sung-Jin<br />November 23, 2009<br />Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  2. 2. Orientation Agenda<br />President’s Introductory Remark<br />Brief Explanation of Club Officers’ Roles<br />New Members Orientation<br />Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  3. 3. President’s Introduction <br />Notify members to stay a while for New Members Orientation.<br />Tell members what things will be covered during the orientation.<br /><ul><li>Roles of Club Officers
  4. 4. Oral Survey for Mentoring
  5. 5. Interview with New Members along with club officers
  6. 6. Mentor-&-Mentee Talk</li></ul>Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  7. 7. What the Officers do…<br />President<br />Secretary<br />Treasurer<br />Sergeant at Arms<br />Web Master<br />Vice President Public Relations<br />Vice President Membership<br />Vice President Education<br />Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  8. 8. Oral Survey for Mentoring<br />Explanation of Benefits through Mentoring<br />Ask new members for having them assigned by mentors<br /><ul><li> If they want, ask them as well as existing members to gather together to get started with INTERVIEW.
  9. 9. If they don’t, finish the orientation</li></ul>Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  10. 10. Oral Survey for Mentoring Step 1. Hearing of concerns from new members<br />Ask what kinds of skills that they want to improve.<br /><ul><li>recovery from stage-fright / ease of tension
  11. 11. vocal variety / body gesture
  12. 12. speech organization / transition / strong opening-&-concluding remark
  13. 13. persuasion / strive-not-to-use-notes / projections of conviction and sincerity
  14. 14. get-to-the-point / elimination of jargons / word choice / speak plainly
  15. 15. Appeal to the audience’s emotions</li></ul>Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  16. 16. Oral Survey for Mentoring Step 2. Stable Matching Process between Mentor-&-Mentee<br />How to decide Mentor and Mentee:<br /><ul><li>One way
  17. 17. Mentor to be picked by a new member; the new member becomes a mentee
  18. 18. Another way
  19. 19. Mentor to designate a new member as a mentee
  20. 20. Both parties should communicate to each other clearly about the skills that they want to focus on.</li></ul>Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  21. 21. Oral Survey for Mentoring Step 3. Mentor-&-Mentee’s Talks to reach some agreements<br />How to reach agreements: <br /><ul><li>One way
  22. 22. Offline meeting before / after regular meeting
  23. 23. Purpose: “rehearsal before the meeting” or “repeating mentee’s speech after the meeting to reinforce his speech completion with evaluation made by evaluators and members”
  24. 24. Another way
  25. 25. Online meeting before / after regular meeting
  26. 26. Other ways ?
  27. 27. Make sure that both parties exchange each other’s contact info.</li></ul>Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  28. 28. Thank you for coming! <br />Happy Thanksgiving^^<br />Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />

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