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About Our Club

WHY ARE WE A LUNCHTIME CLUB?

A quick glance at our History will tell you

OUR HISTORY

SUMMARY OF DATES

April 1955                             Doug Power attended Calgary Toastmasters Club

May 1955                             Doug Power visited World Headquarters, Santa Ana, USA.

15th Feb 1957                       Lunchtime discussion group formed in Toowoomba

18th July 1957                       Toowoomba Luncheon Club voted to join Toastmasters International

14th Jan 1958                        Toowoomba Toastmasters Club Charter 1688 issued

15th February 1958              Charter Presentation

05th August 1986                 Toowoomba Toastmasters Club disbanded

15th May 1995                     Toowoomba Toastmasters Club formed

18th November1995            Toowoomba Toastmasters Club #3338/69 chartered 

                                           (Thats our Club, What a long proud History)

November 2015     We have now reached a milestone of 20 years

June 2017      22 Years, 3 original Charter members still in our club and one other a member of another club.

 

I logged in. Now what do I do?
It's easy to start using Easy Speak. Simply watch this series of short training videos designed to show you how to get the best use this system.

How to review your progress and participation
Progress and participation can be traced back at the Member Charts page. This page is accessible anywhere through the menu bar: This Club -> Member Charts.

Various charts can be chosen, including: Speeches, Leadership Track (from the CL Manual), Participation, to name a few.

How to trace your meeting roles
At any of the meeting pages, click on the little graph icon just left of your name.

This is especially helpful when you are filling up application for the Toastmasters Of The Year.

How to trace your speech history
At any of the meeting pages, use the link on the left sde: My Paricipation > View My Speech Progress


How to request a speech at a meeting
At any of the meeting pages, use the link on the left sde: My Paricipation > Request a Speech
Select your preferred speaking date, select the manual and assignment and fill in the speech title if you know it already.


How to set a Personal Objective
When you have personal objectives (and agreed them with your Mentor if you have one) you can enter them in the system and have them show in your Personal Speech Progress and Leadership Progress screens. Just go to the Personal Progress screen and click on the 'New Goal' button.

This information is also visible to your Mentor and to the Club VPE - who can use them as a guide when assigning meeting roles and speeches for future meetings.

 

The Member List page is accessible anywhere through the menu bar: This Club -> User List.
Note: Login may be required before you can access the information mentioned above.



 
 

The Toastmasters Mission
A statement of shared values

Every Toastmasters club shares the same mission, clearly defined in the following mission statement:

We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.

Through this mission, each Toastmaster gains a clear understanding of the club's purpose, and the organization as a whole benefits from a shared set of values and goals.



 

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