Toastmaster

Taking on this role improves organizational skills, time management skills and public speaking skills

The Toastmaster is a meeting's director and host. A member typically will not be assigned this role until they are thoroughly familiar with the club and its procedures. As Toastmaster, you:

  • Acquire a meeting agenda from your Vice President Education.
    • Work with the General Evaluator to ensure all club participants know their roles and responsibilities.
    • Introduce speakers during the club meeting, including their speech topic, project title, objectives, delivery time, etc. during your introduction.
    • Ensure smooth transitions between speakers during the club meeting.

 

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Toastmaster Resources

Creating an Introduction

Part of The Better Speaker Series. Includes outline and PowerPoint presentation.

When You're the Introducer

Use this brochure for tips on preparing and delivering an introduction.

A Toastmasters Checklist (PDF)

Use this checklist to help you prepare for your role.

A Toastmaster Wears Many Hats

An essential booklet for anyone working toward a Competent Leader award or fulfilling a club meeting role.

Competent Communication

The 10 speech projects in this manual will help you develop your speaking skills one step at a time.

Advanced Communication Series Manuals

A complete set of advanced manuals for purchase by Toastmasters members only.

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