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The Toastmasters Speech Series Topic Delivered

CC - Competent Communicator
BSP 1 The Ice Breaker You know me more than you know me
BSP 2 Organize Your Speech Remembering names
BSP 3 Get to the Point Choosing Cameras
BSP 4 How To Say It The jar of life
BSP 5 Your Body Speaks Smoking is Cool
BSP 6 Vocal Variety Cinderella was stupid
BSP 7 Research Your Topic Graphology
BSP 8 Get Comfortable with Visual Aids Signature Analysis
BSP 9 Persuade with Power Sick Society
BSP 10 Inspire Your Audience Live your dreams

ACB - Advanced Communication Bronze

Manual: Speciality Speeches


1 Speak off the cuff Speaking off the cuff
2 Uplift the spirit Lets Talk about Success
3 Sell a product 25th hour
4 Read out loud I am Malala
5 Introduce the speaker TMM role

Manual: The Entertaining Speaker


1 The Entertaining Speech A night club in Bangkok
2 Resources for Entertainment The dark side of cinderella
3 Make them Laugh Dont tell my wife
4 A Dramatic Talk The guarantor
5 Speaking after Dinner After dinner speech

ACS - Advanced Communication Silver

Manual: Special Occasion Speeches


1 Mastering the Toast Mastering the Toast
2 Speaking in Praise The greatest humanitarion
3 The Roast
4 Presenting an Award
5 Accepting an Award

Manual: Storytelling
1 The Folk Tale Tale of the Hunchback
2 Lets Get Personal
3 The Moral of the Story
4 The Touching Story
5 Bringing History to Life
Achieved ACB Complete
Presented from Better Speaker Series OR Successful
Club Series(1st)
Presented from Better Speaker Series OR Successful
Club Series(2nd)

ACG - Advanced Communication Gold

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Achieved ACS
Success Leadership or Youth Leadership or Success
Comm The visionary Leader
Coached a new member with first 3 speeches

DTM
Completed Advanced Communicator GOLD (ACG)
Completed Advanced Leader SILVER (ALS)
Date Delivered Planned

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15-Jul-15 5-7mins
24-Aug-16 Live your dreams 8-10mins
21-Oct-15 10-12mins
4-Nov-15 12-15mins
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29-Jul-15 5-7mins
31-Mar-16 5-7mins
24-Feb-16 5-7mins
7-Apr-16 5-7mins
22-Jun-16 8-10 mins

21-Sep-16 2-3mins
9-Jun-17 5-7mins
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7-Sep-16 7-9mins
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Meetings Required

Decline of Moral values


Education standards in Pakistan
impact of social media on our society
Organ donation
Freedom of media
Pros

humour week point, drama,


practical use of entertaining
d The Entertaining Speaker (Item 226A) talk. Comprehensive

e Speaking to Inform (Item 226B)


Public Relations (Item 226C)
Facilitating Discussion (Item 226D)
e Specialty Speeches (Item 226E) motivate, sales, 4speech
Speeches by Management (Item 226F) practical use
The Professional Speaker (Item 226G) practical use
Technical Presentations (Item 226H)
d Persuasive Speaking (Item 226I) practical use
e Communicating on Video (Item 226J) interesting
e Storytelling (Item 226K) short
voice variety, body language,
e Interpretive Reading (Item 226L) short
e Interpersonal Communication (Item 226M) practical use
e Special Occasion Speeches (Item 226N) practical use
d Humorously Speaking (Item 226O) short, humour weak point
The Entertaining Speaker
This manual includes valuable information on how to
give an entertaining or dramatic speech, where to
find material, how to make an audience laugh, and
what to do when youre asked to speak after dinner.
The criteria and timing of each project follows:

The Entertaining Speech:


* Entertain the audience using humour and/or
drama drawn from your personal experience.
* Organise an entertaining speech for maximum
audience impact.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Resources for Entertainment:

* Draw humorous or dramatic material from sources


other than your own personal experience.
* Adapt your material to suit your topic, your own
personality, and the audience.
* Use entertaining material to convey a serious
message.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

Make Them Laugh:


* Prepare a humorous speech drawn from your own
personal experience.
* Strengthen the speech by adapting and
personalising humorous material from outside
sources.
* Deliver the speech in a way that makes the
humour effective.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

A Dramatic Talk:

* Develop an entertaining dramatic talk about an


experience or incident, or give a dramatic reading.

* Include vivid imagery, characters, and dialog.

* Deliver the talk in an interpretive manner.


* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

Speaking After Dinner:


* Prepare an entertaining after-dinner talk on a
specific theme.
* Deliver the talk extemporaneously; using the skills
developed in the preceding entertainment projects.

* Speech time: 13-15 minutes

Speaking to Inform
The projects in this manual will help you give
informative and interesting speeches. Topics
covered include the demonstration talk, the fact-
finding report, the abstract concept and resources
for informing. The criteria and timing of each project
follows:

The Speech to Inform:


* Select new, useful information for presentation to
the audience.
* Organise the information for easy understanding
and retention.
* Present the information in a way that will help
motivate the audience to learn.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Resources for Informing:


* Analyse the knowledge level of your audience
regarding your chosen subject.
* Focus your presentation at the audience's level of
knowledge.
* Build a supporting case for each major point
through use of explanation, examples, and
information gathered from research.
* Effectively use at least one visual aid to enhance
the audience's understanding.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

The Demonstration Talk:


* Prepare a demonstration speech to clearly explain
a process, product, or activity.
* Conduct the demonstration as part of a speech
delivered without notes.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

A Fact Finding Report:


* Prepare a report on a situation, event, or problem
of general interest to the audience.
* Deliver sufficient factual information in your report
so the audience can base valid conclusions or a
sound decision on it.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes
The Abstract Concept:
* Research and organise the thoughts of experts on
an abstract concept, theory, historical force, or
social/political issue.
* Present the ideas in a clear and interesting
manner.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

Public Relations

This complete guide to preparing and delivering the


public relations speech will help you develop
resources and techniques, speak under fire, and
handle the media talk. The criteria and timing of
each project follows:

The Public Relations Speech:


* Prepare a talk that will build goodwill for your
organisation by supplying useful information of
interest to the audience.
* Favourably influence the audience by the skilful
and friendly delivery of your talk.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Resources for Goodwill:


* Research the operation and benefits of an
organisation or company.
* Prepare a talk designed to build goodwill toward it
by presenting factual information.
* Analyse the common interests of your audience
and focus your presentation on those interests.
* Effectively use at least one visual aid to enhance
the audience's understanding.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

The Persuasive Approach:


* Direct a persuasive appeal to the audience's self-
interests using a combination of fact and emotion in
a speech delivered in such a manner that it appears
extemporaneous.
* Persuade the audience to adopt your viewpoint by
the use of standard persuasive techniques.

* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

Speaking Under Fire:


* Prepare a talk to persuade a hostile audience at
least to consider your position on a controversial
issue.
* Conduct a question-and-answer period on the
speech subject.
* Speech time: 6-8 minutes for speech, 8-10
minutes for questions

The Media Speech:

* Write a speech script on behalf of a social cause.


* Using the script, present the speech to persuade a
general television audience.
* Speech time: 7-8 minutes

The Discussion Leader


This manual offers guidance in presenting workshop
and conference presentations. Role-playing and
problem-solving sessions are also covered. This
manual is a must for managers, trainers, teachers
and administrators. The criteria and timing of each
project follows:

The Seminar Solution:


* Present an introductory short talk or brief lecture
describing a theory, a model, or information about a
topic to be discussed by a group following the
presentation.
* Organise the information so that it is easy to
understand and remember.
* Orient the group to think about the specific goal of
the discussion that follows.
* Use the "buzz session" discussion technique to
promote group participation in deriving information
leading to a solution to the problem.

* Speech time: 20-30 minutes

The Round Robin:


* Establish the meaning of a question with a
discussion group.
* Using a problem-solving pattern, lead the
participants in a brainstorming session.
* Screen the possible solutions and lead the group
in deciding what action to take.
* Speech time: 20-30 minutes

Pilot a Panel:

* Select a problem for panel discussion (choose at


least three members of the panel in advance).
* Define the common goals and purpose of the
panel.
* Acting as moderator, monitor the panel discussion
to inform the audience.
* Speech time: 30-40 minutes

Make It Make-Believe (Role Playing):


* Understand what role-playing is and how to use it
effectively in group communication.
* Select a problem involving human relations where
you can use the role-playing method to illustrate
and explore the problem.
* Create a plot and characters relevant to the
discussion problem and select a cast from among
the group members.
* Direct the role-play enactment, relate it to the
discussion problem, and lead the group in arriving
at a solution.
* Speech time: 20-30 minutes

The Workshop Leader:


* Building group unity, guide the workshop
participants in an investigative discussion of the
problem.
* Follow a problem-solving pattern to arrive at a
solution.
* Bring the group to agreement before the
discussion ends.
* Speech time: 30-40 minutes

Speciality Speeches
Speakers must be able to speak in many situations
and this manual will help. Types of speeches
covered include impromptu speeches, sales
presentations, introductions, inspirational speeches,
and oral interpretations. The criteria and timing of
each project follows:

Speak Off the Cuff:


* Develop an awareness of situations in which you
might be called upon to deliver an impromptu
speech.
* Understand how to prepare for impromptu
speaking.
* Develop skill as an impromptu speaker by using
one or more patterns to approach a topic under
discussion; for example, comparing a past, present,
future situation before and after.

* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Uplift the Spirit:

* Identify and understand the basic differences and


similarities between inspirational speeches and
other kinds of speeches.
* Learn how to evaluate audience feeling and
establish emotional rapport.
* Develop a speech style and delivery that
effectively expresses inspirational content by
moving the audience to adopt your views.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

Sell a Product:
* Understand the relationship of sales technique to
persuasion
* Skilfully use these four steps in a sales
presentation:
1. Attention, 2. Interest 3. Desire 4. Action
* Identify and promote a unique selling proposition
in a sales presentation.
* Be able to handle objections.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

Read Out Loud:


* Understand the elements of oral interpretation
and how it differs from preparing and giving a
speech.
* Learn the preparation or planning techniques of
effective interpretation.
* Learn the principles of presentation and develop
skill in interpretative reading with regard to voice
and body as instruments of communication.

* Speech time: 12-15 minutes

Introduce the Speaker:


* Focus on the special occasion talk from the
standpoint of the introducer (Chairperson,
Toastmaster, Master of Ceremonies).
* Become knowledgeable & skilled in the functions
associated with the Master of Ceremonies.
* Handle the introduction of other speakers at a
club meeting.
* Speech time: duration of club meeting

Speeches by Management
This manual will help you successfully handle a
variety of speaking situations managers encounter
in their work environment. Subjects covered include
briefings, technical speeches, motivational talks and
confrontations. The criteria and timing of each
project follows:

The Briefing:
* Apply the key steps in the preparation of a
briefing and the organisation of material.
* Give a briefing with a specific objective so the
audience will understand the information.
* Effectively handle a question-and-answer session
following the briefing.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes
The Technical Speech:
* Convert a technical paper or technical information
into a technical speech.
* Organise a technical speech using the inverted-
pyramid approach.
* Write a technical speech as "spoken language,"
not as an article.
* Give the speech by effectively reading it aloud.

* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

Manage and Motivate:


* Understand the concept and nature of
motivational method in management.
* Apply a 4-step motivational method with the
objectives to persuade and inspire.
* Deliver a motivational speech to persuade an
audience to agree with your management proposal.

* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

The Status Report:


* Organise and prepare a status report involving the
overall condition of a plan or program, or
performance of a department or company in relation
to goals.
* Construct the report according to a 4-step
pattern.
* Give an effective presentation of the report.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

Confrontation: The Adversary Relationship:


* Understand the definition and nature of the
adversary relationship.
* Prepare for an adversary confrontation on a
controversial management issue.
* Use appropriate preparation methods, strategy,
and techniques for communicating with an
adversary group as the representative of your
company or organisation.
* Speech time: 5 minutes for speech, 10 minutes
for questions

The Professional Speaker


This manual is a complete guide to becoming a
professional speaker. Subjects covered include
speaking as a company representative and speaking
for pay. The criteria and timing of each project
follows:

The Keynote Address:

* Identify the basic differences between keynote


speeches and other kinds of speeches.
* Learn how to evaluate audience feeling and
establish emotional rapport.
* Learn and use the professional techniques
necessary for a successful keynote presentation.

* Develop a speech style and delivery that


effectively inspires and moves the audience to adopt
your views as a collective reaffirmation of its own
* Speech time: 15-20 minutes (longer if club
program allows)

Speaking to Entertain:

* Entertain the audience through the use of humour


drawn from personal experiences and from other
material that you have personalised.
* Deliver the speech in a way that makes the
humour effective.
* Establish rapport with your audience for maximum
impact.
* Speech time: 15-20 minutes (longer if club
program allows)

The Sales Training Speech:


* Tell a sales audience how to sell a product by
using a planned presentation.
* Inform a sales training audience about the human
experience of the buyer-seller relationship.
* Use entertaining stories and dynamic examples of
sales situations.
* Inspire salespeople to want to succeed in selling.
* Speech time: 15-20 minutes (longer if club
program allows)

The Professional Seminar:


* Plan and present a seminar with specific learning
objectives.
* Relate to the audience by using a seminar
presentation style.
* Use seminar presentation techniques to promote
group participation, learning, and personal growth.

* Speech time: 20-40 minutes

The Motivational Speech:


* Understand the concept and nature of
motivational speaking.
* Apply a four-step motivational method with the
purpose of persuading and inspiring.
* Deliver a motivational speech to persuade an
audience to emotionally commit to an action.
* Speech time: 15-20 minutes (longer if club
program allows)
Technical Presentations
The projects in this manual will help you prepare
and present briefings, proposals, technical papers
and technical team presentations. The criteria and
timing of each project follows:

The Technical Briefing:


* Using a systematic approach, organise technical
material into a concise presentation.
* Tailor the presentation to the audience's needs,
interests, and knowledge levels.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

The Proposal:
* Prepare a technical presentation advocating a
product, service, idea, or course of action.
* Present your viewpoint logically and convincingly,
using an inverted-pyramid approach.
* Effectively use a flipchart to illustrate your
message.
* Effectively handle a question-and-answer period.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes for speech, 3-5
minutes for questions

The Non-technical Audience:


* Understand the principles of communicating
complex information to non-technical listeners.
* Build and deliver an interesting talk based on
these principles.
* Answer audience questions that arise during the
presentation.
* Use overhead transparencies to illustrate your
message.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

Presenting a Technical Paper:


* Deliver an interesting speech based on a technical
paper or article.
* Effectively use a flipchart, overhead projector, or
slides to illustrate your message.
* Speech time: 10-12 minutes

The Team Technical Paper:


* Understand the nature and process of a team
technical presentation.
* Conceptualise a briefing or proposal involving
three or more speakers, including you.
* Assemble a team of club members capable of
getting the job done.
* Orchestrate the planning, preparation, and
delivery of a team technical presentation.
* Speech time: 20-30 minutes

Persuasive Speaking
The ability to influence and persuade others to
accept your ideas, products, or services is vital. The
projects in this manual are all designed to help you
develop excellent persuasive techniques and expand
your presentation skills. The criteria and timing of
each project follows:

The Effective Salesperson:


* Learn a technique for selling an inexpensive
product in a retail store.
* Recognise a buyer's thought processes in making
a purchase.
* Elicit information from a prospective buyer
through questions.
* Match the buyer's situation with the most
appropriate product.
* Speech time: 8-12 minutes

Conquering the "Cold Call":


* Learn a technique for "cold call" selling of
expensive products or services.
* Recognise the risks buyers assume in purchasing.
* Use questions to help the buyer discover problems
with his or her current situation.
* Successfully handle buyer's objections and
concerns.
* Speech time: 10-14 minutes

The Winning Proposal:


* Prepare a proposal advocating an idea or course
of action.
* Organise the proposal using the six-step method
provided.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Addressing the Opposition:


* Prepare a talk on a controversial subject that
persuades an audience to accept or at least consider
your viewpoint.
* Construct the speech to appeal to the audience's
logic and emotions.
* Speech time: 7-9 minutes for the speech, 2-3
minutes for the question and answer period

The Persuasive Leader:


* Communicate your vision and mission to an
audience.
* Convince your audience to work toward achieving
your vision and mission.
* Speech time: 6-8 minutes

Communicating on Television
Television presentations differ from other
presentations, and they require special
considerations. With this manual youll learn to
present editorials, appear as a guest on a talk
show, conduct a press conference, and use
television to train. The criteria and timing of each
project follows:

Straight Talk:
* Effectively present an opinion or viewpoint in a
short time.
* Simulate giving a presentation as part of a
television broadcast.
* Speech time: 2-3 minutes

The Talk Show:


* Understand the dynamics of a television interview
or talk show.
* Prepare for the questions that might be asked of
you during a television interview program.
* Present a positive image on the television
camera.
* Appear as a guest on a simulated television talk
show.
* Speech time: 9-10 minutes

When You're the Host:


* Conduct a successful television interview.
* Understand the dynamics of a successful
television interview or talk show.
* Prepare questions to ask during the interview
program.
* Present a positive, confident image on the
television camera.
* Speech time: 9-10 minutes

The Press Conference:


* Understand the nature of a television press
conference.
* Prepare for an adversary confrontation on a
controversial or sensitive issue.
* Use appropriate presentation methods and
strategies for communicating your organisation's
viewpoint.
* Present and maintain a positive image on
television.
* Speech time: 4-6 minutes for presentation, 8-10
minutes for questions

Training on Television:
* Learn how to develop and present an effective
training program on television.
* Receive personal feedback through the
videotaping of your presentation.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes for presentation, 5-7
minutes for playback of videotape

Storytelling
Everyone loves a story. Types of stories covered in
this manual include the folk tale, the personal story,
stories with morals, the touching story, and the
historical story. The criteria and timing of each
project follows:

The Folk Tale:


* Tell a folk tale that is entertaining and enjoyable
for a specific age group.
* Use vivid imagery and voice to enhance the tale.

* Speech time: 7-9 minutes

Let's Get Personal:


* Learn the elements of a good story.
* Create and tell an original story based on personal
experience.
* Speech time: 6-8 minutes

The Moral of the Story:


* Understand that a story can be entertaining, yet
display moral values.
* Create a new story that offers a lesson or moral.
* Tell the story, using the skills developed in the
preceding projects.
* Speech time: 4-6 minutes

The Touching Story:


* Understand the techniques available to arouse
emotion.
* Become skilled at arousing emotions while telling
a story.
* Speech time: 6-8 minutes

Bringing History to Life:


* Understand the purpose of stories about historical
events or people.
* Use the storytelling skills developed in the
preceding projects to tell a story about an historical
event or person.
* Speech time: 7-9 minutes

Interpretive Reading

This manual will help you develop your interpretive


reading skills. The projects include presenting
stories, poetry, monodramas, plays and oratorical
speeches. The criteria and timing of each project
follows:

Read a Story:

* Understand the elements of interpretive reading.


* Learn how to analyse a narrative and plan for
effective interpretation.
* Learn and apply vocal techniques that will aid in
the effectiveness of the reading.
* Speech time: 8-10 minutes

Interpreting Poetry:
* Understand the differences between poetry and
prose.
* Recognise how poets use imagery, rhythm, meter,
cadence, and rhyme to convey the meaning and
emotions of their poetry.
* Apply vocal techniques that will aid in the
effectiveness of the reading.
* Speech time: 6-8 minutes

The Monodrama:
* Understand the concept and nature of the
monodrama.
* Assume the identity of a character and portray the
physical and emotional aspects of this character to
an audience.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

The Play:
* Adapt a play for interpretive reading.
* Portray several characters in one reading,
identifying them to the audience through voice
changes and movement.
* Speech time: 12-15 minutes

The Oratorical Speech:

* Understand the structure of an effective speech.

* Interpret and present a famous speech.


* Speech time: 10-12 minutes
Interpersonal Communications
Topics covered include conversing with ease,
negotiating, handling criticism, coaching someone to
improved performance, and expressing
dissatisfaction effectively. The criteria and timing of
each project follows:

Conversing with Ease:


* Identify techniques to use in conversing with
strangers
* Recognise different levels of conversation
* Initiate a conversation with a stranger
* Use open-ended questions to solicit information
for further conversation
* Speech time: 10-14 minutes

The Successful Negotiator:


* Use win/win negotiating strategies to achieve your
goals
* Enjoy the benefits of win/win negotiating
* Speech time: 10-14 minutes

Diffusing Verbal Criticism:


* Respond non-defensively to verbal criticism

* Use a five-step method to identify the problem,


diffuse the attack, and arrive at a solution

* Speech time: 10-14 minutes

The Coach:
* Determine reasons for someone's substandard
performance
* Coach the person to improved performance
* Speech time: 10-14 minutes

Asserting Yourself Effectively:


* Enjoy the mental and physical benefits of being
assertive
* Use the four-step method for addressing a
problem and asking for help
* Overcome resistance to your requests
* Speech time: 10-14 minutes

Special Occasion Speeches


Provides instruction in giving toasts, speaking in
praise, roasting someone, and presenting and
accepting awards. The criteria and timing of each
project follows:

Mastering the Toast:


* Recognise the characteristics of a toast

* Present a toast honouring an occasion or person

* Speech time: 2-3 minutes

Speaking in Praise:
* Prepare a speech praising or honouring someone,
either living or dead
* Address five areas concerning the individual and
his or her accomplishments
* Include anecdotes illustrating points within the
speech
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

The Roast:
* Poke fun at a particular individual in a good-
natured way
* Adapt and personalise humorous material from
other sources
* Deliver jokes and humorous stories effectively

* Speech time: 3-5 minutes

Presenting an Award:
* Present an award with dignity and grace

* Acknowledge the contributions of the recipient

* Speech time: 3-4 minutes

Accepting an Award:

* Accept an award with dignity, grace, and sincerity

* Acknowledge the presenting organisation


* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Humorously Speaking
Audiences love to laugh. This manual shows you
how to use humorous stories and jokes throughout
your speech to grab and keep listeners attention
and illustrate your points. You also learn how to give
an entirely humorous speech. The criteria and
timing of each project follows:

Warm Up Your Audience:


* Prepare a speech that opens with a humorous
story.
* Personalise the story.
* Deliver the story smoothly and effectively.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Leave Them with a Smile:


* Prepare a serious speech that opens and closes
with humorous stories.
* Prepare a closing story that re-emphasises the
speech's main point.
* Deliver the stories smoothly and effectively.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Make Them Laugh:


* Prepare a speech that opens and closes with
humorous stories.
* Include jokes in the speech body to illustrate
points or maintain audience interest.
* Deliver the jokes and stories smoothly and
effectively.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

Keep Them Laughing:


* Prepare a speech that opens with a self-
deprecating joke.
* String together two or three related jokes in the
speech body.
* Close the speech with a humorous story.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes

The Humorous Speech:


* Use exaggeration to tell a humorous story.
* Entertain the audience.
* Effectively use body language and voice to
enhance the story.
* Speech time: 5-7 minutes
Cons

Speaking to Inform (Item 226B)


already done information
speeches The Speech to Inform
not much practical use Resource for Informing
TOOOO long The Demonstration Talk
A Fact-Finding Report
long The Abstract Concept
TOOOO long
one group speech Technical Presentations (Item 226H)
The Technical Briefing
not much practical use The Proposal
not much practical use The Nontechnical Audience

not much practical use Presenting a Technical Paper


not fully effective Enhancing a Technical Talk with the Internet

difficult The Entertaining Speaker (Item 226A)


The Entertaining Speech
Resources for Entertainment
Make Them Laugh
A Dramatic Talk
Speaking After Dinner

Speeches by Management (Item 226F)


The Briefing
Appraise with Praise
Persuade and Inspire
Communicating Change
Delivering Bad News

Public Relations (Item 226C)


The Goodwill Speech
The Radio Talk Show
The Persuasive Approach
Speaking Under Fire
The Crisis Management Speech

Storytelling (Item 226K)


The Folk Tale
Lets Get Personal
The Moral of the Story
The Touching Story
Bringing History to Life

Interpretive Reading (Item 226L)


Read a Story
Interpreting Poetry
The Monodrama
The Play
The Oratorial Speech
Special Occasion Speeches (Item 226N)

Mastering the Toast


Speaking in Praise
The Roast
Presenting an Award
Accepting an Award

Specialty Speeches (Item 226E)


Speak Off the Cuff
Uplift the Spirit
Sell a Product

Read Out Loud


Introduce the Speaker

Interpersonal Communication (Item 226M)


Conversing with Ease
The Successful Negotiator
Diffusing Verbal Criticism
The Coach
Asserting Yourself Effectively

The Professional Speaker (Item 226G)


The Keynote Address
Speaking to Entertain
The Sales Training Speech
The Professional Seminar
The Motivational Speech

Communicating on Video (Item 226J)


Straight Talk
The Talk Show
When Youre the Host
The Press Conference
Training on Television

Humorously Speaking (Item 226O)


Warm Up Your Audience
Leave Them With A Smile
Make Them Laugh
Keep Them Laughing
The Humorous Speech

Persuasive Speaking (Item 226I)


The Effective Salesperson
Conquering the "Cold Call"
The Winning Proposal
Addressing the Opposition
The Persuasive Leader
Leadership Project Project
Matrix 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Timer Plus Any two Two
Role Any Three Any Two All Three One Any Three Any One Any Two Plus One Any One Options 21
TIMER ! !
GRAMMARIAN X X ! X X
AH-COUNTER X X
TABLE TOPICS SPEAKER X X
SPEAKER X X
SPEECH EVALUATOR X X ! X
GENERAL EVALUATOR X ! X X X X
TABLE TOPICS MASTER X X* X*
TOASTMASTER X X X X X
BEFRIEND A GUEST X
MENTOR !
And Or
1 of 1 of
CLUB SPEECH Help Chair Chair
CONTEST with Person Person
CLUB SPECIAL Help Chair
EVENT with Person
CLUB PUBLIC Help Chair Chair
RELATIONS CAMPAIGN with Person Person
CLUB MEMBERSHIP Help Chair Chair
CAMPAIGN with Person Person
CLUB NEWSLETTER OR Help Editor/
WEBSITE with Manager
Minimum meetings required
Compulsory Role
Strongly Recommended Role
Project Option (* Recommended)
Project Option (but not recommended)
Leadership Project Project
Matrix 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Timer Plus Any two Two
Role Any Three Any Two All Three One Any Three Any One Any Two Plus One Any One Options
TIMER 14-Dec-13
GRAMMARIAN 7-Oct-15 1-Jul-15 21-Dec-13
AH-COUNTER 4-Jan-14
TABLE TOPICS SPEAKER 20-Aug-14
SPEAKER 1-Oct-14 16-Jan-14
SPEECH EVALUATOR 29-Jul-15 4-Feb-15 21-Oct-15
GENERAL EVALUATOR 15-Apr-15 16-Jun-15 29-Apr-15
TABLE TOPICS MASTER 3-Apr-15
TOASTMASTER 4-Nov-15 19-Sep-15 15-Jul-15
BEFRIEND A GUEST 3-Jun-15
MENTOR 23-Jun-15
Table Topic Evaluator
3 2 3 2 3 0 2 2 1 2 20
3 2 3 2 3 2 2 1 2 20
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
And Or
1 of 1 of
CLUB SPEECH Help Chair Chair
CONTEST with Person Person
CLUB SPECIAL Help Chair
EVENT with Person
CLUB PUBLIC Chair
RELATIONS CAMPAIGN 26-Mar-15 14-Jun-15 Person
CLUB MEMBERSHIP Help Chair Chair
CAMPAIGN with Person Person
CLUB NEWSLETTER OR Help Editor/
WEBSITE with Manager
ALB = Advanced Leader Bronze

Completed Competent Leader (CL) 4-Nov-15


Served 6 months as club officer 31-Dec-15
Participated in preparing Club Success Plan 31-Dec-15
Participated in Officer Training N/A
Presented from Successful Club/Leadership Excellence (1st)
Presented from Successful Club/Leadership Excellence (2nd)

ALS= Advanced Leader SILVER

Completed Advanced Leader Bronze (ALB)


Served 1 year term as district officer N/A
Completed High Performance Leadership (HPL) Program 7-Dec-16
Served as club Sponsor/Mentor/Coach
Sr No Meeting No Date Speech Topic Role Leadership Project

1 28 7-Dec-13 CC 1 You know me more than you know me


2 contest 14-Dec-13 TIMER Project 4, task 1/2
3 29 21-Dec-13 CC 2 Remembering names GRAMMARIAN Project 3, task 1/3
4 30 4-Jan-14 CC 3 Chosing Cameras AH-COUNTER Project 1, task 1/3
5 31 16-Jan-14 CC 4 The jar of life SPEAKER Project 5, task 1/3
6 44 16-Jul-14 TIMER extra
7 46 20-Aug-14 TABLE TOPICS SPEAKER Project 1, task 2/3
8 49 1-Oct-14 CC 5 Smoking is Cool SPEAKER Project 4, Complete
9 58 4-Feb-15 SPEECH EVALUATOR Project 3, task 2/3
10 62 3-Apr-15 CC6 Cinderella was stupid TABLE TOPICS MASTER Project 7, task 1/2
11 63 15-Apr-15 CC7 Graphology GENERAL EVALUATOR Project 3, Complete
12 64 29-Apr-15 CC8 Signature Analysis GENERAL EVALUATOR Project 10, task 1/2
13 67 3-Jun-15 CC9 Sick Society BEFRIEND A GUEST Project 7, Complete
68 14-Jun-15 DTM Meeting PR campaign Chair
14 68 16-Jun-15 CC10 Live your dreams GENERAL EVALUATOR Project 5, task 2/3
15 69 1-Jul-15 ACB1 Introduce the speaker GRAMMARIAN Project 2, task 1/2
16 70 15-Jul-15 ACB2 Speaking off the cuff TOASTMASTER Project 10, Complete
17 71 29-Jul-15 ACB3 A night club in Bangkok SPEECH EVALUATOR Project 2, Complete
18 75 19-Sep-15 TOASTMASTER Project 8, task 1/2
19 76 7-Oct-15 GRAMMARIAN Project 1, complete
20 77 21-Oct-15 ACB4 25th hour SPEECH EVALUATOR Project 8, complete
21 78 4-Nov-15 ACB5 I am Malala TOASTMASTER Project 5, Complete
22 84 10-Feb-16 GENERAL EVALUATOR
22 85 24-Feb-16 ACB6 Dont tell my wife
23 demo Isb 31-Mar-16 ACB7 The dark side of cinderella TABLE TOPICS MASTER
24 88 7-Apr-16 ACB8 The guarantor
25 93 22-Jun-16 ACB9 After dinner speech
26 96 10-Aug-16 TOASTMASTER
27 97 24-Aug-16 ACB10 Lets Talk about Success Table Topic Evaluator
28 98 7-Sep-16 ACS1 Tale of the Hunchback
29 99 21-Sep-16 ACS2 Mastering the Toast Table Topic Evaluator
30 100 15-Oct-16 Table Topic Evaluator
31 104 15-Oct-16 HPL HPL Speech SPEAKER
32 12-Dec-16 HPL The visionary Leader SPEAKER
33 117 9-Jun-17 ACS3 The greatest humanitarion