Congratulations to Nicole our Toastmaster of the day. Nicole completed an advanced Pathways Project that required her to moderate a panel discussion. This meant she had to choose a topic find the right people to make up her panel and think about what information she wanted them to share. Nicole chose Toastmasters and populated her […]
Cat antics and Retirement Villages were the topics of todays Humorous speech Competition at Terrace@12 Toastmasters. Hazel was first up and with a Cat named Tensing she he or it certainly takes after its namesake with antics relating to getting in and out of the house though a tight cat door. What I loved about […]
“We had an awesome International Speech Contest today. The 3 speeches were of superb quality. It was an absolute pleasure to listen to them. ” — Zaine You can just see the speaking order on the white board behind: Hazel Bidmead Chris Ashley Peter Scholten But what was the order of results? We all had […]
Congratulations go to Peter for again achieving his Advance Leader Bronze award and making the most of the Toastmaster’s education program to continue developing his strong leadership skills by helping and inspiring all around him.
How much does the Queen weigh? Today we listened to two speakers give their interpretation of the Pathways Project, Leadership Styles. You might wonder, what sort of leader I am? Toastmasters gives you the opportunity to deep dive into this subject to discover your currently predominant in some styles and less so in others. This […]
“Hello! I gave Hazel the TMofTD mostly because of her warm introduction including the metaphors she had for what she could learn from her two nephews riding on their bikes. The meeting was also well ran and efficient! : )” Thomas – Meeting General Elevator,
Congratulation to Toastmaster of the day Pauline for an advanced presentation on her analysis of Toastmaster’s use of presentation style versus content. Which do you think would be most important? Presentation? Content? Pauline has completed a study over the past 8 months and found surprising variations in how and when this occurs.My summary from today […]