Toastmasters101 podcast provides insight and advice for people who want to improve their public speaking and leadership skills with Toastmasters.
About Toastmasters 101
The purpose of this podcast series is to introduce Toastmasters. If you are interested in the program or have become a new member, we discuss the 10 different projects in the Competent Communicator manual from Toastmasters International. Each podcast covers a different aspect of learning how to
- overcome stage fright
- public speaking skills
- basic leadership skills.
By adding additional insight into the purpose of each project, Toastmasters 101 Podcasts hope to help inspire better progress in a new Toastmaster’s journey.
Special emphasis at the end of each podcast is made on tasks and roles found in the Competent Leadership manual. Because Toastmasters strongly believes that public speaking and leadership grow together, we encourage work on both manuals at the same time.
What is Toastmasters?
Toastmasters is an international organization which promotes public speaking and leadership skills through a proven program of instruction, practice, and feedback. In over 90 years and around the world, Toastmasters teaches its members how to master the skills to further their own careers and lives. There are now over 250,000 Toastmasters around the world.
The Competent Communicator Manual and Competent Leadership Manual are only available through Toastmasters for members. As this podcast centers around the projects in these manuals, if you want to get them, you’ll need to join Toastmasters. You can find a club at the Toastmasters International website, Toastmasters.org.
Toastmasters 101 Podcast is produced by Toastmasters District 10.
About our host
Kim Krajci, Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) is the host of this podcast. She also produces District 10’s other podcast On the Table – Topics for Toastmasters to encourage Toastmasters to continue in Toastmasters to achieve the advanced awards to the Distinguished Toastmaster Award, the highest award given. Kim achieved this award in 2013. She currently serves District 10 as a division director.
Kim’s speech at a Toastmasters start-up meeting is available on YouTube
Competent Communicator Manual and Competent Leadership Manual are published by Toastmasters International.
No infringement of the copyright of Toastmasters is intended. This podcast is intended for informational purposes and is not a replacement for membership in Toastmasters.