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COT2 Toastmasters Round Table Dialog

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Translation of TM Hiroki Kojima's presentation. Some modification with his acknowledgement.

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COT2 Toastmasters Round Table Dialog

  1. 1. Round Table Dialog 2013/2014 The 2nd Officers Training
  2. 2. Round Table Dialog Discussion: Easily causes conflicting opinions and debate to occur Dialog:   Allows people to voice opinions while listening to others
  3. 3. Talking Object (TO) • • • Only the person holding the TO can speak.This makes it clear who speaks and who listens TO is in the middle. The person who want to speak takes and places it back when finished This reduces the chance of one person monopolizing the conversation. There is a secrete hidden in the TO.
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  4. 4. Round Table Dialog Process After the questions is reveal The person who wants to The person who answered every one writes its down answers the question asks another question. on paper.
  5. 5. Ground Rules everyone around ‣ First, anyone who wantsthe table speaks, then to. talk too ‣ Do not to speak long. Give everyone a chance up ‣ There is no facilitator. ‣ Listen to what the other person is saying. ‣ Do not argue. the dialog ‣ Keepbefore. connected to what was said
  6. 6. What If… • That person is still talking too long!
 You could say “Hasn’t the TO been in one place too long? • I wanted to answer the question that was before.
 You can answer the previous question, but you still need to answer the questions that is before you. • I can’t think of a question.
 Being silent until you think of one is ok. Repeating a previous questions is also ok. Just take it in and relax. • I want to write this down.
 There is no need to keep notes, but you can if you want. 
  “But things important too you will stay in your mind."
  7. 7. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  8. 8. Demo
  9. 9. All the resources you need is right in this room
  10. 10. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  11. 11. Icebreaker • Short Self-Introduction
 Name & Club • Good&New
 
 Some Good or new that happened in the last 24h • Applause after each person!
  12. 12. Dialog Topic 1. How can you motive members to want to become officers? 2. What kind of recognition will motivate members to continue with TM activities ? 3. What kind of mentor is a good mentor? 4. What kind of leader is a good leader in Toastmasters? 5. To non-members, how would your club be seen to be attractive? 6. In terms of club operation, what kind of problems did you have? What went well? 7. To get many members to attend contests and district conference, what should we do? 8. From the guests' point of view, what kinds of club atmosphere is attractive?
  13. 13. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  14. 14. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  15. 15. Icebreaker • Short Self-Introduction
 Name & Club • Good&New
 
 Some Good or new that happened in the last 24h • Applause after each person!
  16. 16. Dialog Topic 1. How can you motive members to want to become officers? 2. What kind of recognition will motivate members to continue with TM activities ? 3. What kind of mentor is a good mentor? 4. What kind of leader is a good leader in Toastmasters? 5. To non-members, how would your club be seen to be attractive? 6. In terms of club operation, what kind of problems did you have? What went well? 7. To get many members to attend contests and district conference, what should we do? 8. From the guests' point of view, what kinds of club atmosphere is attractive?
  17. 17. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  18. 18. Break Time!
  19. 19. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  20. 20. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  21. 21. Icebreaker • Short Self-Introduction
 Name & Club • Good&New
 
 Some Good or new that happened in the last 24h • Applause after each person!
  22. 22. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  23. 23. Time Table Session Pick the ✓Short Ice1:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection Session Pick the ✓Short Ice2:Breaking, theme you like (45 min)
 Dialog, and Reflection ✓ Break Time (10 min) Session3: Organize by office Role (45 min)
 ✓Short Ice Breaking, Dialog, and Reflection Session 4: min)
 ✓Share whatOrganize by club (10 down at least one you learn and write action item to finish by the end of the term.
  24. 24. Great Job Everyone!

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