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Toastmasters ArtICCulators Club meeting 2013

Looking to develop speaking and leadership skills? Ace a job interview? Ignite your career?

Learn to give Impressive speeches and presentations in English to the public, media or in the office.
Improve your Communication, Leadership and Public Speaking skills in a friendly and supportive environment. Improve your pronunciation, grammar and accent. Learn new words, phrases, body language, vocal variety and effective use of the stage.

Guest Cost: Free. Open to all. Come join us at a meeting and see what we're all about. It's two hours of fun with learning experience.

Activities: Each meeting, every member will have a chance to speak in front of people, either prepared or impromptu speeches. The meeting has three parts, in the first part prepared speeches by selected members and jokes in the second part impromptu speeches and third part evaluation of speeches and critics. And finally awards. A friendly competition ensures members give their best

Atmosphere: Meetings are friendly and lively with plenty of encouragement and support for each other. You will learn a lot and laugh aplenty as you listen to stories, experiences, and ideas of fellow members


Contact: Sunil Tomar [masked] Mit Shah [masked] 

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  • Allan K.

    Well, the web implied I'd be expected/required to give at least one short speech. Is that correct?

    October 30, 2013

    • kathy s.

      There is a portion of every meeting called "Table Topics" where random people get called upon to give an impromptu talk of 2 minutes. Guests always have the option to "pass", but its much more fun when everyone participates. No preparation is needed since the intention is for people to have a chance to think on their feet. It can be quite entertaining to see what actually comes out. :-)

      1 · October 30, 2013

  • Allan K.

    Should a newbie try to prepare?

    October 29, 2013

    • kathy s.

      Hi Alan

      October 30, 2013

    • kathy s.

      The best prep work is to just show up. I'll be the toastmaster this week and always love greeting the newbies. Hope to see you tonight

      October 30, 2013

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