What we're about

We are a friendly, community Toastmasters club based in Banaswadi catering to beginners, intermediate and advanced Toastmasters who’re on their quest to becoming Outstanding Orators & Dynamic Leaders.

At Talkmagic Toastmasters, we meet every Saturday from 3 PM to 5 PM.

To get in touch and attend one of our meetings as a guest, please click here (http://talkmagictoastmasters.com/contact/).

About Our Club: Since it’s founding in 2012, Talkmagic Toastmasters has gone from strength to strength and we’re soon closing in on our 200th Meeting.

Our club strength is ideal so that every member who joins the club has a chance to participate and gets individual attention while ensuring competition and frenzy at the same time.

Over the years, Talkmagic is privileged to have members who’ve held District Positions including those of District 92 Vice President Public Relations and Area Director Roles.

We’ve also had some members who’ve achieved the Coveted Distinguished Toastmasters title (the highest level of recognition for Toastmasters).

On top of that, we also have individuals who continually compete at the International Speech Contests and win accolodes for our club.

Some of our achievements include:
– President’s Distinguished Club
– Golden Gavel Award Winners
– And much more…

To learn more about us, visit our website here:

Talkmagic Toastmasters Bangalore (http://talkmagictoastmasters.com/)

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Practise public speaking and leadership skills

St. Vincent Pallotti College

About Toastmasters Toastmasters International is a not-for-profit educational organization whose mission is to help people develop their communication skills. There are no instructors or professors and there are no tests or grading. A Toastmasters Club consists of 10 to 20 people who meet weekly throughout the year. Typically, the agenda of the club meeting has 3 major sections: 1. Prepared Speeches The club member comes prepared to deliver his speech. This is a project speech & is towards certification. The best speaker is chosen by the audience. 2. Speech Evaluation An evaluator is assigned to each speaker & a 2 - 3 minute evaluation on what went well & areas of improvement is shared in a constructive manner. 3. Table Topics This is an extempore speaking round. The table topic master will come prepared with 5-6 topics. Volunteers from the audience will come up & speak on the topic for 2-3 minutes. Every meeting has the above sessions, as well as role players such as Grammarian, Timer, Ah-counter & General Evaluator.The members take turns to perform each of these roles which helps them enhance Leadership skills. As a result of joining Toastmasters and actively taking part, you will: Learn to communicate more effectively. Become a better listener. Improve your presentation skills. Increase your leadership potential. Become more successful in your career. Build your ability to motivate and persuade Reach your professional and personal goals. Increase your self confidence.

Practise public speaking and leadership skills

St. Vincent Pallotti College

About Toastmasters Toastmasters International is a not-for-profit educational organization whose mission is to help people develop their communication skills. There are no instructors or professors and there are no tests or grading. A Toastmasters Club consists of 10 to 20 people who meet weekly throughout the year. Typically, the agenda of the club meeting has 3 major sections: 1. Prepared Speeches The club member comes prepared to deliver his speech. This is a project speech & is towards certification. The best speaker is chosen by the audience. 2. Speech Evaluation An evaluator is assigned to each speaker & a 2 - 3 minute evaluation on what went well & areas of improvement is shared in a constructive manner. 3. Table Topics This is an extempore speaking round. The table topic master will come prepared with 5-6 topics. Volunteers from the audience will come up & speak on the topic for 2-3 minutes. Every meeting has the above sessions, as well as role players such as Grammarian, Timer, Ah-counter & General Evaluator.The members take turns to perform each of these roles which helps them enhance Leadership skills. As a result of joining Toastmasters and actively taking part, you will: Learn to communicate more effectively. Become a better listener. Improve your presentation skills. Increase your leadership potential. Become more successful in your career. Build your ability to motivate and persuade Reach your professional and personal goals. Increase your self confidence.

Practise public speaking and leadership skills

St. Vincent Pallotti College

About Toastmasters Toastmasters International is a not-for-profit educational organization whose mission is to help people develop their communication skills. There are no instructors or professors and there are no tests or grading. A Toastmasters Club consists of 10 to 20 people who meet weekly throughout the year. Typically, the agenda of the club meeting has 3 major sections: 1. Prepared Speeches The club member comes prepared to deliver his speech. This is a project speech & is towards certification. The best speaker is chosen by the audience. 2. Speech Evaluation An evaluator is assigned to each speaker & a 2 - 3 minute evaluation on what went well & areas of improvement is shared in a constructive manner. 3. Table Topics This is an extempore speaking round. The table topic master will come prepared with 5-6 topics. Volunteers from the audience will come up & speak on the topic for 2-3 minutes. Every meeting has the above sessions, as well as role players such as Grammarian, Timer, Ah-counter & General Evaluator.The members take turns to perform each of these roles which helps them enhance Leadership skills. As a result of joining Toastmasters and actively taking part, you will: Learn to communicate more effectively. Become a better listener. Improve your presentation skills. Increase your leadership potential. Become more successful in your career. Build your ability to motivate and persuade Reach your professional and personal goals. Increase your self confidence.

Practise public speaking and leadership skills

St. Vincent Pallotti College

About Toastmasters Toastmasters International is a not-for-profit educational organization whose mission is to help people develop their communication skills. There are no instructors or professors and there are no tests or grading. A Toastmasters Club consists of 10 to 20 people who meet weekly throughout the year. Typically, the agenda of the club meeting has 3 major sections: 1. Prepared Speeches The club member comes prepared to deliver his speech. This is a project speech & is towards certification. The best speaker is chosen by the audience. 2. Speech Evaluation An evaluator is assigned to each speaker & a 2 - 3 minute evaluation on what went well & areas of improvement is shared in a constructive manner. 3. Table Topics This is an extempore speaking round. The table topic master will come prepared with 5-6 topics. Volunteers from the audience will come up & speak on the topic for 2-3 minutes. Every meeting has the above sessions, as well as role players such as Grammarian, Timer, Ah-counter & General Evaluator.The members take turns to perform each of these roles which helps them enhance Leadership skills. As a result of joining Toastmasters and actively taking part, you will: Learn to communicate more effectively. Become a better listener. Improve your presentation skills. Increase your leadership potential. Become more successful in your career. Build your ability to motivate and persuade Reach your professional and personal goals. Increase your self confidence.

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Practise public speaking and leadership skills

St. Vincent Pallotti College

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