Paths, Levels & Projects

Paths, Levels & Projects

Each tab below has the name of a Path. Click on the name in the tab and the Path description and Projects in each Level will appear below.

 

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This path helps you build your skills as a strategic leader.

dynamic leadership

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

 

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

 

Researching and Presenting

This project addresses topic selection strategies, suggestions for research and methods for producing a well organized speech.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

Select a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
  • The Speech Outline Worksheet
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

Projects: Understanding Your Leadership Style, Understanding Your Communication Style, Introduction To Toastmasters Mentoring

Understanding Your Leadership Style

This project is designed to introduce the different styles of leadership and help you identify your preferred style.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to identify your primary leadership style or styles.

Overview:

Complete the Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire. Consider how your leadership style impacts the people around you and how you can adjust it to more effectively lead people with styles different from your own. Deliver a 5- to 7-minute speech at a club meeting to share some aspect of your leadership style or leadership styles in general. You may choose to discuss your style preferences when working with others, your style and how you can adapt it to situations, or leadership styles in general and how they impact a group.

This project includes:
  • The Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

 

Understanding Your Communication Style

This project is designed to introduce the different styles of leadership and help you identify your preferred style.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to identify your primary leadership style or styles.

Overview:

Complete the Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire. Consider how your leadership style impacts the people around you and how you can adjust it to more effectively lead people with styles different from your own. Deliver a 5- to 7-minute speech at a club meeting to share some aspect of your leadership style or leadership styles in general. You may choose to discuss your style preferences when working with others, your style and how you can adapt it to situations, or leadership styles in general and how they impact a group.

This project includes:
  • The Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

 

Introduction To Toastmasters Mentoring

This project is designed to introduce the different styles of leadership and help you identify your preferred style.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to identify your primary leadership style or styles.

Overview:

Complete the Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire. Consider how your leadership style impacts the people around you and how you can adjust it to more effectively lead people with styles different from your own. Deliver a 5- to 7-minute speech at a club meeting to share some aspect of your leadership style or leadership styles in general. You may choose to discuss your style preferences when working with others, your style and how you can adapt it to situations, or leadership styles in general and how they impact a group.

This project includes:
  • The Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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This path helps you build your skills as a public speaker and leader. The projects on this path focus on developing a strong connection with audience members when you present, speech writing and speech delivery. The projects contribute to building an understanding of the steps to manage a project, as well as creating innovative solutions. This path culminates in a “High Performance Leadership” project of your design.

Innovative Planning

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

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Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
  • The Speech Outline Worksheet
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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This path helps you build your skills as a positive communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on understanding and building consensus, contributing to the development of others by coaching and establishing strong public speaking skills. Each project emphasizes the importance of effective interpersonal communication. This path culminates in a “High Performance Leadership” project of your design.

Effective Coaching

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

 

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

 

Researching and Presenting

This project addresses topic selection strategies, suggestions for research and methods for producing a well organized speech.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

Select a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
  • The Speech Outline Worksheet
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

Projects: Understanding Your Leadership Style, Understanding Your Communication Style, Introduction To Toastmasters Mentoring

Understanding Your Leadership Style

This project is designed to introduce the different styles of leadership and help you identify your preferred style.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to identify your primary leadership style or styles.

Overview:

Complete the Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire. Consider how your leadership style impacts the people around you and how you can adjust it to more effectively lead people with styles different from your own. Deliver a 5- to 7-minute speech at a club meeting to share some aspect of your leadership style or leadership styles in general. You may choose to discuss your style preferences when working with others, your style and how you can adapt it to situations, or leadership styles in general and how they impact a group.

This project includes:
  • The Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

 

Understanding Your Communication Style

This project is designed to introduce the different styles of leadership and help you identify your preferred style.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to identify your primary leadership style or styles.

Overview:

Complete the Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire. Consider how your leadership style impacts the people around you and how you can adjust it to more effectively lead people with styles different from your own. Deliver a 5- to 7-minute speech at a club meeting to share some aspect of your leadership style or leadership styles in general. You may choose to discuss your style preferences when working with others, your style and how you can adapt it to situations, or leadership styles in general and how they impact a group.

This project includes:
  • The Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

 

Introduction To Toastmasters Mentoring

This project is designed to introduce the different styles of leadership and help you identify your preferred style.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to identify your primary leadership style or styles.

Overview:

Complete the Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire. Consider how your leadership style impacts the people around you and how you can adjust it to more effectively lead people with styles different from your own. Deliver a 5- to 7-minute speech at a club meeting to share some aspect of your leadership style or leadership styles in general. You may choose to discuss your style preferences when working with others, your style and how you can adapt it to situations, or leadership styles in general and how they impact a group.

This project includes:
  • The Discover Your Leadership Style questionnaire
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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This path helps you build your skills as an effective communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on learning how to manage time, as well as how to develop and implement a plan. Public speaking and leading a team are emphasized in all projects. This path culminates in the planning and execution of an event that will allow you to apply everything you learned.

Leadership Development

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

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Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
  • The Speech Outline Worksheet
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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This path helps you build your skills as a powerful and effective communicator. The projects focus on learning strategies for building connections with the people around you, understanding motivation and successfully leading small groups to accomplish tasks. This path culminates in a comprehensive team-building project that brings all of your skills together—including public speaking.

Motivational Strategies

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

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Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
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  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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This path helps you build your skills as an innovative communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on how to negotiate a positive outcome together with building strong interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. Each project emphasizes developing leadership skills to use in complex situations, as well as creating innovative solutions to challenges. This path culminates in a “High Performance Leadership” project of your design.

Persuasive Influnce

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

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Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

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  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
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This path helps you build your skills as an accomplished public speaker. The projects on this path focus on learning how an audience responds to you and improving your connection with audience members. The projects contribute to developing an understanding of effective public speaking technique, including speech writing and speech delivery. This path culminates in an extended speech that will allow you to apply what you learned.

Presentation Mastery

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech
  • Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  • Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

Select a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
  • The Speech Outline Worksheet
  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

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This path helps you build your skills as a leader in communication. The projects on this path focus on understanding diversity, building personal and/or professional connections with a variety of people and developing a public relations strategy. Communicating well interpersonally and as a public speaker is emphasized in each project. The path culminates in a project to apply your skills as a leader in a volunteer organization.

Strategic Relationships

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

Project description

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
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This path helps you build your skills as a collaborative leader. The projects on this path focus on active listening, motivating others and collaborating with a team. Each project contributes to building interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. This path culminates in a project focused on applying your leadership skills.

Team Collaboration

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

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The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

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  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
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  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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This path helps you build your skills as a strategic communicator and leader. The projects on this path focus on developing your skills for sharing information with a group, planning communications and creating innovative solutions. Speech writing and speech delivery are emphasized in each project. This path culminates in the development and launch of a long-term personal or professional vision.

Visionary Communicaiton

Projects: Ice Breaker, Evaluation and Feedback, Researching and Presenting

Ice Breaker

This foundational project is designed to introduce you to your club and the skills you need to begin your Toastmasters journey.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to introduce yourself to the club and learn the basic structure of a public speech.

Overview:

Write and deliver a speech about any topic to introduce yourself to the club. Your speech may be humorous, informational, or any other style that appeals to you.

This project includes:
  • A 4- to 6-minute speech

Evaluation and Feedback

This project addresses the skills needed to give and receive feedback. You will learn about giving, receiving and applying feedback.

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to present a speech on any topic, receive feedback, and apply the feedback to a second speech.

Overview:

Choose any topic for your first 5- to 7-minute speech. After your speech, carefully review your feedback. At a different club meeting, present a 5- to 7-minute speech in which you incorporate feedback from your first speech. You may choose to present the same speech again or a new speech. Your second speech should reflect some or all of the feedback from your first speech. Finally, after you have completed both speeches, serve as an evaluator at a club meeting and deliver constructive feedback about another member’s presentation.

This project includes:
  •  A 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Incorporating feedback from your first speech into a second 5- to 7-minute speech
  •  Serving as a speech evaluator

Researching and Presenting

Project description

Purpose:

The purpose of this project is to learn or review basic research methods and present a well-organized, well-researched speech on any topic.

Overview:

OSelect a topic that you are not already familiar with or that you wish to learn more about. Be sure your topic is narrow enough to be an effective 5- to 7-minute speech. Research the topic and begin organizing the information, as described in this project. Practice your speech and continue to refine its organization. Present your speech at a club meeting.

This project includes:
  • Researching a topic
  • The Research Worksheet
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  • A 5- to 7-minute speech

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