Wed 16th Jun 2021, 7:20pm
One half of the evening will be devoted to Table Topics, our impromptu speaking section, and the other half will be devoted to members' Prepared Speeches, Evaluations and the presenting of Ribbons …
Is the fear of speaking in front of people holding you back?
Do you wish you could speak confidently to a project team? Are you tongue-tied when the big-boss asks you a question in the elevator? Would you like to be able to speak well in front of your club or civic group?
If so, Toastmasters can help you. Each meeting you will:
Whether you’re a professional, student, stay-at-home parent or retiree, Toastmasters is the best way to improve your communication skills. Toastmasters can help you lose the fear of public speaking and learn skills that will help you be more successful in whatever path in life you’ve chosen. You’ll be a better listener. You’ll easily lead teams and conduct meetings. You’ll comfortably give and receive constructive evaluation. If you already have some or all of these skills, you will enhance them in Toastmasters!
A company’s success depends on communication. Employees face an endless exchange of ideas, messages and information as they deal with one another and with customers day after day. How well they connect and share their ideas with customers, clients and co-workers can determine whether a company grows into an industry leader or joins thousands of other businesses mired in mediocrity. Toastmasters provides the tools that enable employees to become effective presenters and leaders – all at a very low cost. Toastmasters training helps employees:
Toastmasters produces results. Around the world more than four million men and women of all ages and occupations have benefited from Toastmasters training. Thousands of corporations, community groups, universities, associations and government agencies now use Toastmasters training.
Toastmasters has helped many members in their community-service activities. Using the skills developed in Toastmasters, people have become more active in business, churches, service and charity organizations. Toastmasters are able to organize activities, conduct meetings and speak in public as their organization’s representative. Some even become active in local, state or national government.