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Do you want to find a safe place to gain confidence and comfort with public speaking? Look no further. Salsa Speakers Toastmasters Club offers all of its members plenty of opportunity and support to become comfortable with public speaking. Members are dedicated to helping each other grow. Come and find out how we can help you attain your public speaking goals.
This is a regular meeting event where you can find how toastmasters will work for you in your life. We have 2 types of formats where you will hear 2 or 4 speakers. Depending on the occasion or the toastmaster, we will also have different themes every week. Come check us out and learn to be a good speaker or evaluator.
What makes us different from all the other clubs? Come check us out and you'll find out. We are a small club where you can make the most of it.
We, Stimulight Toastmasters, meet every monday at the Cameron Recreation Center. We hope to see you there!
District Dialoguers provides a supportive, hands-on environment for anyone who wants to improve their leadership and communication skills. As a fun, fast, and friendly midday Toasters Club, we welcome all guests and members who want to add Toastmasters to their workday schedules.
We meet every Tuesday at noon and we invite anyone, guests and current Toastmasters members, to visit our club and discover how much you can learn about public speaking and leadership in just over an hour each week!
For more information about our club, please visit our website at www.districtdialoguers.com.
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Cloverleaf Toastmasters Introduction Video: https://youtu.be/CmBkc-NVDF8
The original purpose of Toastmasters, over a hundred years ago, was to help men (yes men) to become confident public speakers. It would provide a social and supportive environment where people could practice communication, receive feedback and grow together.
Many groups like this were formed. They became mixed as women were recognised as full participants in all aspects of society.
Later, the organization added the additional element of leadership skills.
Today, communication has become even more important in our lives. Social media has expanded the need for exemplary communication skills. We need to master interpersonal relations to succeed personally and in our careers in ways that can include video, podcasts and zoom.
And so, the Toastmaster program adapted. It went online. It refreshed its' course materials.
Our group, "Cloverleaf," after a history of 60 years of meeting in down town Vancouver, while gathering a reputation for excellence, adapted too. In the shadow of the pandemic we meet in cyberspace.
You are welcome to check us out as a guest.
Here is a secret. There is something that has not changed. While talking is an important part of communication, perhaps the most important thing we can learn is how to listen.