Toastmasters Advanced Manual: Speaking to Inform (2006) 2 - Resources for Informing (5:00-7:00 min)
Presentation at audience's level of knowledge; Major points supported by explanation, examples and information gathered in research; At least one visual aid effectively used to enhance the audience's understanding.
Good fun last night and sit back and just listen to a meeting rather than help deliver it.
I was grunt counter and found the ah counter form very useful to structure my listening. I did notice the usual ah..umm..err, but also dragged word like "soooooooooooooo we all need to stop over thinking", which under pressure … Continue Reading ››
|To understand the concept and nature of the monodrama.
To assume the identity of a character and to portray the physical and emotional aspects of this character to an audience.
|Speech timings: 5:00, 6:00, 7:00
I've taken the monodrama from Fyodor Dostoevsky's "Crime … Continue Reading ››
A last minute speech cancellation lead to a sprint over a lunch hour to present this leadership educational speech at Northampton Speakers on the 15th June 2015. I felt, with the club heading towards charter-ship, it would stimulate a lively discussion on how the club sees itself -and it did.
What is a good leadership vision?
Here … Continue Reading ››
Not Capt. Jack Sparrow's compass, but mine!! Life is a daring adventure. This my place to push at boundaries!