Can you go too fast in Toastmasters? Pathways Accelerator Workshop New Intro: Are you willing to commit an hour a week to improve your personal life and your career? Welcome to Toastmasters – where in about an hour a week,
Toastmasters Club Officer Roles There are 7 elected club officer roles in every club. Let’s take a look at each role: the responsibilities and the reasons why you may want to consider this for your future.
I joined Toastmasters because my boss told me to. How many people joined Toastmasters at the recommendation of their bosses? (Thank you, bosses!) They understand that you can make Toastmasters work for you at work. When we look at Level 4 and Level 5,
Maybe it’s because of who I follow on social media that I’ve gotten dozens of emails and social media ads that say “The best place to reach your customers is on the stage where they’ve come to hear you speak.
If you’re a new member of Toastmasters, you might not understand the organization of the program. How the parts make the whole, as it were. But you probably have heard about the Toastmaster district events where the entire district has been invited,
Toastmaster of the Day looks like the most intimidating job at a Toastmasters meeting as it’s the role of the one running the meeting. Trying to be an agent for order in a swirl of chaos – like a teacher in a swarm of students who are running for the d...
I’ve seen some discussion online about petitioning Toastmasters International to create a single starter level with a number of projects that don’t have to be repeated. A number of advanced Toastmasters have contributed their ideas, including me.
Level 4 Electives are exactly the same across all the paths with three exceptions. Those electives were turned into the required projects for those particular paths. Level 4 Electives Looking at this list Create a Podcast Building a Social Media Prese...
It’s time to choose a pathway. Pathways choices seem more complex this time around. Decisions in Pathways Choices There’s been a bit of grousing in Toastmasters land these days. As the days of the Competent Communicator wane,
I listened to an ice breaker this week from a man who just chose his next pathway. His speech explained why he selected this path instead of repeating the speech he did with his first ice breaker. Is repeating speeches bad in Toastmasters?