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Lisa Dearborn awarding Manjit Pathak his Leadership Development Level 1 Certificate

Or officers and guest Toastmaster, Elaine Lung, met at Mod Pizza to train on social media and enjoy some pizza!We had Here is another great party and love you to come and visit our club. 

Come join us at our next meeting and join in the fun while improving your skills!

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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 selfconfidence 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.



 
President's Distinguished Club - 2018
President's Distinguished Club - 2017
President's Distinguished Club - 2016
President's Distinguished Club - 2015
President's Distinguished Club - 2014
President's Distinguished Club - 2013
President's Distinguished Club - 2012
 
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Everyone in a Toastmasters meeting was once at the level you are now. The environment is friendly and supportive, and the self-paced programme allows you to build confidence with each speaking assignment.

  • A typical club has between 20 to 40 members who meet either weekly, biweekly or monthly. An evening meeting normally lasts around 90- 120 minutes.
  • There is no instructor in a Toastmasters meeting. Instead, members evaluate one another’s presentations, pointing out the strengths and suggesting improvements. This feedback process is a key part of the program’s success. Members also give impromptu talks on assigned topics, conduct meetings and develop their leadership skills.
  • We learn through the Toastmasters Pathways learning experience, an exciting, flexible and interactive way to develop your skills and help others in your club develop theirs. Pathways helps you learn communication and leadership skills that you need to succeed. It gives you:

    • The opportunity to build  up to 300 unique competencies
    • 10 specialized learning paths to choose from
    • Online content, so that you can learn anytime, anywhere
    • Real-world, transferable skills

One thing that you'll love at Toastmasters meetings is the applause. At first you'll be applauded for your effort; later you'll be applauded for your skill.



 
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  Does your Club have pages on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube or Google+ ? Your VPE or IT Support should add them in the Club Control Panel so that they will be displayed on your club data page and portal pages and make it easy for people to follow you.
 

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