We’ve got a new member or two in our Toastmasters club. They’re working through the Toastmasters education program Pathways and selected their paths. As they get ready to give their ice breaker speeches, I’ve been asked for advice.
What do you tell someone who’s getting ready to give their first speech in Toastmasters?
Today, we’ll talk about how to coach someone – or how to look at your first speech – and what not to expect.
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Ice Breaker Speeches
Have you heard the statistic out there that 90% or so of members join Toastmasters to learn public speaking? I believe it. In the past couple of months, we’ve gotten three new members in our club that span the range of the average member: terrified, motivated, and aware of their shortcomings in the face of change in their career.
How do you advise them about their ice breaker speeches? Continue reading “New Toastmasters and Ice Breaker Speeches”