Have you ever walked into a situation where “pandemonium” and “disorganization” and “Who’s running this mess?” crosses your mind? (I hope it wasn’t a Toastmasters meeting.) You know there’s a leadership problem when you find yourself in this place. People aren’t doing the work, or it’s unclear what they’re supposed to do. Fortunately, in Toastmasters, we have some leadership roles that should prevent that chaos. Today on Toastmasters 101 podcast, we’re talking about how Toastmasters clubs work.
How do you develop your leadership skills? Are you looking for simple steps that stretch you slowly but teach you in a safe place to find the leader inside you? Then you need Toastmasters. We will give you the training and opportunities to become a leader. This is Toastmasters 101 and I’m your host, Kim Krajci.
Toastmasters: Where Leaders Are Made
Leadership doesn’t come naturally for everyone. We all know those charismatic people who draw followers. It’s not just Instagram influencers. I’ve met a few young people in my life that became leaders in the schools or social groups without any specific training. Continue reading “How Toastmasters Clubs Work”