What You Usually See and Hear at our Training
Sun, March 16, 2014 at 23:59
Message Masters in Toastmasters training

Training sessions at Toastmasters clubs around the world are very similar although some serve a meal, evening clubs tend to have slonger meetings, and lunch time clubs are all about time and using less of it.

The Sergeant-At-Arms calls the session to order and introduces the Toastmaster.

The Toastmaster is the master of ceremonies:

The Table Topics Master guides us through speaking of the cuff, impromptu speeches, improvisation - however you'd like to refer to it. Members with unassigned or minor roles are called on to briefly respond (1-2 minutes) to questions or scenarios.  This enables members to increase their confidence and proficiency in unplanned speaking situations.

The General Evaluator leads the evaluation section of the meeting during which we provide feedback in front of the group:

Finally, the Toastmaster closes out the meeting:

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