What we're about

Welcome to Bayes Toastmasters!
Bayes Toastmasters is a friendly, fun, and fantastic place to learn and develop your public speaking and leadership skills. 
We are based in Central London in the heart of the City (between Moorgate and Barbican) hosted within the world-renowned Bayes business school, which enables us the opportunity to use a state-of-the-art lecture theatre to deliver speeches to further aid our development. 
We meet twice a month on every second and fourth Monday at 6:15 pm for a 6:30 pm start. 
Bayes Toastmasters is affiliated with Toastmasters International, a non-profit organisation with over 15,500 clubs worldwide. 
By affiliation, our mission is to provide a mutually supportive platform that provides individuals a positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop oral communication and leadership skills, thus resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth. 
There are no set requirements for new joiners, all we ask for is desire and commitment to improve their communication and leadership skills. 
By joining a Toastmasters club you are taking a giant step in the right direction.
Guests are always welcome (we are a friendly bunch) and it's free. No need to book in advance - just register interest and show up for an evening filled with fun, meeting some great people, make friends whilst also developing your professional skills.
For more info - 
we have a blog running on our website, so have a read to see what a typical session would involve. www.casstoastmasters.co.uk

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Can you answer this quiz on public speaking?

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Can you answer correctly all these questions on public speaking?

  1. Hand and body movements used to enhance a speech are called:
  • Gestures
  • Macarena
  1. What if I make a mistake with grammar or vocabulary?
  • Quickly correct yourself and move on
  • The grammar police are on their way to arrest you!
  1. What do I do if I forget what I'm supposed to say?
  • Make small notes and practice
  • Kneel down and pray for a divine revelation
  1. How do I control my nerves?
  • Take a deep breath and take your time
  • Excuse yourself, step outside and scream
  1. Pauses are okay in a speech.
  • True
  • False, you have to deliver your entire speech in a single exhalation
  1. What is a great way to connect with your audience?
  • Stand as straight as a board while looking at the wall
  • Bring your own pizazz to your speech and let your personality shine through!

Did you get all the answers right? Well done, you are ready to learn more about public speaking with Bayes Toastmasters.

Had a few misses? Don't worry, we invite you to learn more about public speaking with Bayes Toastmasters.

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We are based in Central London and we meet twice a month on every second and fourth Monday at 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start.
Once you enter the building through the revolving doors, ask Sharon, the very helpful receptionist for the room number as it varies from week to week.
Guests are always welcome and it's free to attend.
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Practice public speaking in a lecture hall

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