Take a look at Toastmasters International 90 years of history.
Toastmaster Mark Snow, DTM, shares the impact Pathways has had on his professional life, including a particular project that helped him adapt to a situation at work where he had to organize an event. Pathways, he says, gives you the ability to pick up the skills, practice and then apply them to the real world the day after you learn them.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has had a major impact on Toastmasters clubs that meet in person. Club officers should help ensure their club can still meet by transitioning the club to online meetings. In this video, you will find helpful tips for a smooth transition.
On October 22, 2021, Toastmasters celebrated its 97th anniversary. International President Margaret Page hosted a webinar with a panel of leaders from around the world to share stories of resiliency and honor the organization’s volunteer leaders.
It's time for a holiday communication prep! For office, community, and family events, let our panel of experts help you through small talk, awkward conversations, toasting, and your inner (or not so inner) introvert. Hear how to overcome the communication obstacles many share in our changed world. Re-energize your speaking and storytelling confidence. This webinar will help you participate with poise at your next group gathering; let's party! To learn more visit www.toastmasters.org/Webinars.
Listen to the important conversation that took place between Toastmasters and the American Psychological Association. Watch a panel of psychologists and global Toastmasters leaders as they discuss how to build resilience in times of uncertainty and recommend ways to address what so many are experiencing—burnout, loneliness, and stress. The panelists will also talk through how to navigate those feelings with evidence-based strategies and tips for finding work/life balance, maintaining mechanisms for camaraderie and community, and how best to practice self-care and gratitude.
Toastmaster Erin Gruwell is an acclaimed educator, speaker and founder of the Freedom Writers Foundation. In this video she shares a list of powerful questions to ask yourself the next time you’re presenting to make the most of the experience for your audience and yourself.
In this video, speaker and trainer Sarah Khan shares what Toastmasters represents to her: A diverse group of people who respect and support each other to become better communicators and leaders. Sarah goes on to reveal that if it wasn’t for Toastmasters she wouldn’t be able to share her message of unity that she now spreads across the globe.