This week, we will welcome members from the ANZ Off the Cuff Toastmasters Club in Docklands to our weekly meeting
Arpita Adhicary is the VP Education of the club and in conjunction with her fellow members will introduce the benefits of Toastmasters while our club will introduce the benefits of Rotary.
This meeting follows on from a decision by Rotary International and Toastmasters International to create an alliance between these two great organisations.
Zoom Login details will be provided upon registration.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Jan. 7, 2020 Members of Toastmasters and Rotary will enhance their skills, broaden their networks and increase their positive impact in communities through a new collaboration.
The ongoing relationship between the two organizations will begin at the grassroots level with local club members learning and working together. Additionally, Toastmasters will create a set of eight structured communication and leadership development courses for Rotary with a phased rollout that will be available in English in 2020, and in more languages in 2021. Read more.
You may have heard that most people would rather die than give a speech. Public speaking is the number one fear for many people.
For 49 years, I too had a fear of public speaking. It was so bad, I would break out in a sweat. I'd leave the room. I'd find excuses, or ask other people to stand up and speak for me. Anything to avoid having to speak in public. A couple of bad experiences early in my life built up this fear, but I made it my goal to overcome it. Fifteen years ago at the age of 50, I was introduced to Toastmasters by a good friend, and I've been a member since. Read more.
|Venue:||Zoom Online Meeting|
|Tuesday 5th May 2020|