WHY BE A TOASTMASTER1. Tell your stories2. Share your vision3. Set and meet goals4. Meet interesting people5. Make friends6. Develop leadership skills7. Preside over meetings8. Attend conferences9. Attend specialty workshops10. Give workshops11. Research topics12. Discuss current events13. Explore issues14. Enter contests15. Consider new careers16. Try new roles17. Network18. Challenge yourself19. Become self-motivated20. Hear top speakers21. Work with teams22. Organize a new club23. Become a mentor24. Purchase audio/video cassettes on speaking and leading25. Become a club specialist26. Negotiate27. Campaign and run for office28. Learn parliamentary procedure29. Organize special events30. Judge speaking contests31. Interview speakers32. Participate in club leadership33. Participate in District leadership34. Complete manuals related to specific interests and/or career needsYour career can benefit:35. Increased overall confidence36. Conduct interviews with ease37. Conduct efficient meetings38. Give better presentations39. Professional delivery of reports and information40. Improved communication with colleagues and management41. Enhanced time-management skills42. Acceptance of criticism more objectively43. New management skills44. Increased effectiveness in relaying messages45. Learning how to motivate others46. Learning how to delegate47. Learning how to set and meet goals48. Developing techniques for handling changeYou will personally:49. Enhance your self-esteem50. Improve your vocabulary51. Improve your grammar52. Expand your knowledge53. Discover new worlds54. Consider new hobbies55. Improve communication with family and friends56. Develop courage to take risks57. Grow as a person58. Change focus59. Clarify your thinking60. Reinforce knowledge, positive attitudes and behaviour61. Learn to conquer fears62. Expand your comfort zone63. Learn techniques for meeting challenges64. Share your interests65. Observe positive change in yourself and othersYou will develop:66. Communication skills67. Listening skills68. Leadership skills69. Public speaking skills70. Presentation skills71. Evaluation techniques72. Vocal variety73. Effective non-verbal communication74. Research techniquesYou will receive:75. A constructive evaluation of each speech76. Feedback on your progress77. Help from mentors78. Training manuals and materials79. A proven program to improve your communication and leadership skills80. Support for your goals81. Tips from advanced Toastmasters82. Recognition for goals achievedYou will practice:83. Giving prepared speeches84. Talking “off the cuff”85. Giving evaluations86. Introductions of other speakers87. Telling jokes and stories88. Giving toasts89. Quoting authors90. Reporting on roles91. Delivering reports92. Chairing meetings93. Meeting management skills94. Handling props95. Using audio-visual equipmentFinally, you will:96. Continue to grow97. Enhance your social skills98. Be entertained99. LaughAnd…100. Have fun
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