With the current situation, please contact each MeetUp event to confirm whether it is online or in-person.
Everything in Toastmasters revolves around CONFIDENCE. Members practice public speaking and leadership skills to find their voice and develop into more confident and competent speakers and leaders.
Across New Zealand, there are almost 300 clubs so you are likely to find one near you! Clubs average 15-25 members and usually meet weekly or fortnightly for 1 - 2 hours.
Each club has a unique culture. There's no pressure to join the first club you visit! Attending club meetings as a guest is free. Visit as many as you like until you find a club that suits you. Guests may visit a club up to three times before required to join.
The education program in Toastmasters is called Pathways. It is a multi-language online learning tool allowing you to practice over 300 workplace skills. Here's a sneak peek of the Icebreaker, the first project members do once they join - http://www.toastmasters.org/pathways-overview/ice-breaker
If you decide to join, a fellow member will be there to answer any questions you have and help guide you on your Toastmasters journey of personal and professional growth.
Come along and meet up with some of our members and be our guest at the next meeting.
WOW Toastmasters Club meets on the 3rd Sunday of each month. We follow the general Toastmasters agenda, with 3 - 4 project speeches delivered in any meeting. We have a friendly fun atmosphere and welcome new members at any time during the year. As a club our difference is that our meetings are held at different venues around the Wairarapa. As our meetings conclude at 1pm we have a shared lunch at a local cafe or restaurant close to the meeting venue.
For more information, please contact: Carol Wald, ph[masked], email [masked]. Sharon Parker, ph. [masked], email [masked] Karen Hoyland ph[masked], email [masked]
Do you want to: • develop and improve your presentation and public speaking skills? • practise speaking to groups? • develop the skills to give a speech at a special occasion? • develop your leadership skills?
Ngaio Toastmasters is a friendly group providing a supportive and encouraging environment to build confidence at public speaking and delivering presentations. Come along as a guest and see how Toastmasters can help you with your public speaking and leadership goals.
every 2nd Monday,[masked]pm at the Wellington Brass Band Hall, 27 Collingwood Street, Ngaio, Wellington See Club Calendar for information on upcoming events or go to our Facebook page @NgaioToastmasters.
Currently holding meetings online due to COVID-19 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- At the Business Breakfast Toastmasters Club (BBC), we empowers members to become more effective communicators and leaders. We meet 7.00am-8.10am on Tuesdays.
Toastmasters is not a formal course in public speaking. There are no instructors or classrooms. Your speeches are not graded, and there are no tests.
You'll learn by studying the resources, giving speeches on a variety of topics and helping others with constructive feedback.