A quick reference guide on all the different areas you can evaluate a speech on – written by Mark Wiltshire. EvaluationAreasForSpeeches.pdf
A quick reference guide following the Exception Evaluation Workshop given and written by Feddie Daniels. FreddieDanielsExceptionalEvaluation.pdf
A quick guide on what to look for as Grammarian, written by Mark Wiltshire. Grammarian_WhatToLookFor.pdf
A simple 2 page form for the Timekeeper to keep their timings on TimeKeepersRecord.pdf
Everything you want to know about Table Topics, as a speaker and as a Table Topics Master ThinkFastTableTopicHandbook.pdf
When you first join Toastmasters you work through the Commpetent Communication and Competent Leadership Manuals. But that is not the end of the toastmaster journey. There are many more manuals you can work through to improve and learn more advances speaking techniques. The Toastmaster Journey is broken into 2 “Tracks”, The Leadership Track and The Communication Track, the details below …
This is example path for new members, you don’t have to follow this to the letter, but this is here to provide you an idea of how to get started in your Toastmaster Journey.
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