Meeting Speaker

Taking on this role improves critical thinking, confidence and public speaking skills

Every speaker is a role model, and club members learn from one another's speeches. As a meeting speaker, you:

  • Prepare, rehearse and present a speech during the club meeting.
  • Arrive early to make sure the microphone, lectern and lighting are working and in place.
  • Discuss your goals, strengths and weaknesses with your evaluator prior to giving your speech.


Meeting Speaker Resources

Speaker Introduction Form

Fill it out and provide it to your evaluator before the meeting starts.

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