FINDING AND SELECTING A SPEECH TOPIC

Stir Up your Juices :) What occupies your time? Why and how do you enjoy that? What are your hobbies?…

PREPARED SPEECH PRESENTATIONS

Click on the links below to learn more about the topics. > How do you select a speech topic? >…

TOOL, FRAMEWORK TO PREPARE FOR A SPEECH

How do you prepare for your speech presentation? What can you do to have a clear direction for your message?…

Steps to Prepare and Tell your Story

STEP # 1: What is your idea? How did someone or something make you happy, sad, ecstatic, frustrated, or excited?…

How Do You Craft and Deliver an Effective Story?

When you are working on your story, write down your thoughts. It can be your first cut at the story…

Tool to improve quality of evaluations

Evaluations play a key role in developing communication skills. In addition to the evaluation page from the manual, evaluator should…

Finding Speech Topics

While speaking for the topic that resonates with you makes it fun, sometimes it can be a challenge finding speech…

About Use of Visual Slides

How do you plan to use visuals in your speech presentation? First of all, when you see use of visuals…

Gestures and Body Language

When you speak, your gestures and body language can be empowering tools to emphasize and clarify the words you use. The body…

Toastmasters Curriculum – When can I start? How does it work? How long do I continue with the program?

Q1: How many new member teenagers (students) are added to the program every year? A: It depends on the available…

Cultivate Empathy, Emotional Intelligence using Toastmasters

At toastmasters, we have tools to organize the message, to learn how to listen effectively, to cultivate empathy, emotional intelligence.…

Mentorship

Toastmasters have a mentorship role integrated into the growth curve for members. We use it, adapt it with our youth…

Table Topics – Impromptu Speaking

At the Toastmasters meeting, the table topics master brings table topics for members. He/she might develop a theme around a…

Credible Toastmaster: Empowering Roles

Ralph Waldo Emerson: "What you are, speaks so loudly, I can't hear what you are saying." When you are a…

Let’s Connect: Three Techniques

LET'S FOCUS ON THESE THREE IDEAS: Develop ideas in your own words. What does it mean? Have a list of…