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Important Note: Due to Covid-19 the Nutmeg Toastmasters Club is currently meeting online using Zoom.

Are you trying to maintain social distancing while still trying to strengthen your communication and leadership skills? Are you looking for a place to practice your online meetings skills or practice for a presentation?

We have a solution for you.

Join like minded people online who, like you, want to improve their speaking, presentation and leadership skills. Nutmeg Toastmasters is a fun and supportive group that can help you feel more confident and comfortable when speaking in public, giving presentations in the corporate environment, or to customers. Toastmasters helps you "find your voice" build confidence and develop your leadership skills.

To learn more about Toastmasters International visit: http://www.toastmasters.org

To learn more about the Nutmeg Toastmasters Club visit: http://764.nutmegtoastmastersclubs.org

To learn more about attending an online meeting contact us at: contact-764@toastmastersclubs.org

We hope to see you (online) soon.

Sincerely,

Richard E. Peck, Toastmasters International President 2020 - 2021

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Do you get nervous when speaking in front of others? Do you need to give presentations at work and want to feel more confident? Are you looking to develop new leadership skills? Toastmasters can help.

Become the Speaker and Leader You Want to Be

How Toastmasters Works

At Toastmasters, members learn by speaking to groups and working with others in a supportive environment. A typical Toastmasters club is made up of 20 to 30 people who meet once a week for approximately an hour. Each meeting gives everyone an opportunity to practice:
• Conducting meetings. Members learn how to plan and conduct meetings.
• Giving impromptu speeches. Members present one-to-two-minute impromptu speeches on assigned topics.
• Presenting prepared speeches. Members present speeches based on projects in the Toastmasters education program. Projects cover topics such as speaking, organization, vocal variety, language, gestures and persuasion.
• Offering constructive evaluation. Every member giving a prepared speech is assigned an evaluator who identifies speech strengths and offers suggestions for improvement.

The Tools Toastmasters Use

Upon joining Toastmasters, each new member receives a variety of resources on how to become a better speaker and a more confident leader. Members also have access to other materials and educational resources. In addition, they receive the award-winning Toastmaster, a monthly magazine that offers the latest insights on speaking and leadership techniques.

Toastmasters and Leadership

Leadership cannot be learned in a day. It takes practice. In Toastmasters, members learn leadership skills by organizing and conducting meetings, and by completing education projects. The projects address skills such as listening, planning, team-building and motivating others, and they give members the opportunity to practice such skills. Just as Toastmasters members learn to speak by speaking, they learn leadership by leading.

Learn more about the Nutmeg Toastmasters Club at:
http://764.toastmastersclubs.org

Please note that due to the COVID-19 restrictions Nutmeg Toastmasters is currently meeting online. Please email the club for the Zoom link, [masked]

(http://764.toastmastersclubs.org/directions.html)

Learn more about Toastmasters International at:
http://www.toastmasters.org

Nutmeg Toastmasters meeting

Online event

Do you get nervous when speaking in front of others? Do you need to give presentations at work and want to feel more confident? Are you looking to develop new leadership skills? Toastmasters can help.

Become the Speaker and Leader You Want to Be

How Toastmasters Works

At Toastmasters, members learn by speaking to groups and working with others in a supportive environment. A typical Toastmasters club is made up of 20 to 30 people who meet once a week for approximately an hour. Each meeting gives everyone an opportunity to practice:
• Conducting meetings. Members learn how to plan and conduct meetings.
• Giving impromptu speeches. Members present one-to-two-minute impromptu speeches on assigned topics.
• Presenting prepared speeches. Members present speeches based on projects in the Toastmasters education program. Projects cover topics such as speaking, organization, vocal variety, language, gestures and persuasion.
• Offering constructive evaluation. Every member giving a prepared speech is assigned an evaluator who identifies speech strengths and offers suggestions for improvement.

The Tools Toastmasters Use

Upon joining Toastmasters, each new member receives a variety of resources on how to become a better speaker and a more confident leader. Members also have access to other materials and educational resources. In addition, they receive the award-winning Toastmaster, a monthly magazine that offers the latest insights on speaking and leadership techniques.

Toastmasters and Leadership

Leadership cannot be learned in a day. It takes practice. In Toastmasters, members learn leadership skills by organizing and conducting meetings, and by completing education projects. The projects address skills such as listening, planning, team-building and motivating others, and they give members the opportunity to practice such skills. Just as Toastmasters members learn to speak by speaking, they learn leadership by leading.

Learn more about the Nutmeg Toastmasters Club at:
http://764.toastmastersclubs.org

Please note that due to the COVID-19 restrictions Nutmeg Toastmasters is currently meeting online. Please email the club for the Zoom link, [masked]

(http://764.toastmastersclubs.org/directions.html)

Learn more about Toastmasters International at:
http://www.toastmasters.org

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