Discover how the Strategic Relationships path has helped Toastmasters James Wantz and Kaushik Balasubramanian network with others, make meaningful connections and become more comfortable interacting with people at work.
KEEPING YOUR AUDIENCE ENGAGED Maintaining the attention of your audience is vital to delivering a successful speech. Explore the finer points of vocal variety, speech structure, the benefits of practice and the rewards of authenticity.
Take a look at Toastmasters International 90 years of history.Toastmasters International
Microphones can be helpful when speaking in front of large audiences. Learn how to properly use a microphone, including preparation, positioning, dealing with technical difficulties and more in this helpful video from Toastmasters International.Toastmasters International
Bob Turel, DTM, received a diagnosis of ALS. Learn from this article how he discovered a way to still contribute to Toastmasters meetings, even after he lost the ability to speak clearly.
Watch members share their experiences with Pathways – Toastmasters’ new education program. Available online and in printed materials, it offers flexibility and dynamic projects that teach real-world, transferable skills.Toastmasters International
Listen to some of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s most remarkable speeches over the years.CNN
If not used properly, gestures and body language can be distracting and detract from the message of your speech. Learn to hone your speaking skills by channeling nervous energy into purposeful movement.Toastmasters International
Do you suffer from stage fright? Or does the fear of the unknown leave you feeling paralyzed? Learn how to control the manifestations of fear and anxiety to become a more confident speaker.