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                 Manual/Module                                                     Project                    Catalog Timing
Communication and Leadership (Basic Manual)                                                                     223
                                                             1. The Ice Breaker                                       4-6 minutes
                                                             2. Organize Your Speech                                  5-7 minutes
                                                             3. Get to the Point (was Speak with Sincerity)
                                                                                                                      5-7 minutes
                                                             4. How to Say It (was Work with Words)                   Achievement of a purpose
                                                             5. Your Body Speaks (was Show What You
                                                             Mean)                                                    0
                                                             Evaluate Your Progress, Part 1
                                                             6. Vocal Variety                                         5-7 minutes
                                                             7. Research Your Topic (was Apply Your Skills)
                                                                                                                      5-7 minutes
                                                             8. Get Comfortable with Visual Aids (was Add
                                                             Impact to your Speech)                                   5-7 minutes
                                                             9. Persuade with Power                                   5-7 minutes
                                                             10. Inspire Your Audience                                5-7 minutes
                                                             Evaluate Your Progress, Part 2                           8-10 minutes
Advanced Communication and Leadership Series                                     Project                      Catalog Timing
1. The Entertaining Speaker                                                                                    226-A
                                                             1.   The Entertaining Speech                             5-7 minutes
                                                             2.   Resources for Entertainment                         8-10 minutes
                                                             3.   Make Them Laugh                                     8-10 minutes
                                                             4.   A Dramatic Talk                                     10-12 minutes
                                                             5.   Speaking After Dinner                               13-15 minutes
2. Speaking to Inform                                                                                          226-B
                                                             1.   The Speech to Inform                                5-7 minutes
                                                             2.   Resources for Informing                             8-10 minutes
                                                             3.   The Demonstration Talk                              10-12 minutes
                                                             4.   A Fact Finding Report                               10-12 minutes
                                                             5.   The Abstract Concept                                10-12 minutes
3. Public Relations                                                                                            226-C
                                                             1.   The Public Relations Speech                         5-7 minutes
                                                             2.   Resources for Goodwill                              8-10 minutes
                                                             3.   The Persuasive Approach                             8-10 minutes
                                                             4.   Speaking Under Fire                                 6-8 minutes, plus 8-10 minutes (Q&A)
                                                             5.   The Media Speech                                    8-10 minutes, plus/minus 30 seconds
4. The Discussion Leader                                                                                       226-D
                                                             1.   The Seminar Solution                                20-30 minutes
                                                             2.   The Round Robin                                     20-30 minutes
                                                             3.   Pilot a Panel                                       30-40 minutes
                                                             4.   Make Believe (Role Playing)                         20-30 minutes
                                                             5.   The Workshop Leader                                 30-40 minutes
5. Specialty Speeches                                                                                          226-A
                                                             1.   Speak Off The Cuff                                  5-7 minutes
                                                             2.   Uplift the Spirit                                   8-10 minutes
                                                             3.   Sell a Product                                      10-12 minutes
                                                             4.   Read Out Loud                                       12-15 minutes
                                                             5.   Introduce the Speaker                               Duration of the Meeting
6. Speeches by Management                                                                                      226-F
                                                             1.   The Briefing                                        8-10 minutes, plus 5 minutes (Q&A)
                                                             2.   The Technical Speech                                8-10 minutes
                                                             3.   Manage and Motivate                                 10-12 minutes
                                                             4.   The Status Report                                   12-15 minutes
                                                             5.   Confrontation: The Adversary Relationship           5 minutes, plus 10 minutes (Q&A)
7. The Professional Speaker                                                                                    226-G
                                                             1.   The Keynote Address                                 15-20 minutes
                                                             2.   Speaking to Entertain                               15-20 minutes
                                                             3.   The Sales Training Speech                           15-20 minutes
                                                             4.   The Professonal Seminar                             20-40 minutes
                                                             5.   The Motivational Speech                             15-20 minutes




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                    Manual/Module                                                   Project         Catalog Timing
8. Technical Presentations                                                                           226-H
                                                             1.   The Technical Briefing                    8-10 minutes
                                                             2.   The Proposal                              8-10 minutes, plus 3-5 minutes (Q&A)
                                                             3.   The Nontechnical Audience                 10-12 minutes
                                                             4.   Presenting a Technical Paper              10-12 minutes
                                                             5.   The Team Technical Presentation           20-30 minutes
9. Persuasive Speaking                                                                               226-I
                                                                                                            8 to 12 minutes => 3-4 min speech,
                                                             1. The Effective Salesperson                   short scenario intro, 3-5 min role play
                                                                                                            10 to 14 minutes => 3-4 min speech,
                                                                                                            short scenario intro, 5-7 min role play, 2-
                                                             2. Conquering the "Cold Call"                  3 min discussion
                                                             3. The Winning Proposal                        5 to 7 minutes
                                                                                                            7 to 9 minutes speech; 2-3 minutes
                                                             4. Addressing the Opposition                   Q&A
                                                             5. The Persuasive Leader                       6 to 8 minutes
10. Communicating on Television                                                                      226-J
                                                             1.   Straight Talk                             3 minutes +/- 30 seconds
                                                             2.   The Talk Show                             10 minutes +/- 30 seconds
                                                             3.   When You`re the Host                      10 minutes +/- 30 seconds
                                                             4.   The Press Conference                      4-6 minutes, plus 8-10 minutes (Q&A)
                                                             5.   Training On Television                    5-7 minutes,
11. Storytelling                                                                                     226-K
                                                             1.   The Folk Tale                             7-9 minutes
                                                             2.   Let`s Get Personal                        6-8 minutes
                                                             3.   The Moral of the Story                    4-6 minutes
                                                             4.   The Touching Story                        6-8 minutes
                                                             5.   Bringing History to Life                  7-9 minutes
12. Interpretive Reading                                                                             226-L
                                                             1.   Read A Story                              8-10 minutes
                                                             2.   Interpreting Poetry                       6-8 minutes
                                                             3.   The Monodrama                             5-7 minutes
                                                             4.   The Play                                  12-15 minutes
                                                             5.   The Oratorical Speech                     10-12 minutes
13. Interpersonal Communications                                                                     226-M
                                                             1.   Conversing with Ease                      10-14 minutes
                                                             2.   The Successful Negotiator                 10-14 minutes
                                                             3.   Diffusing Verbal Criticism                10-14 minutes
                                                             4.   The Coach                                 10-14 minutes
                                                             5.   Asserting Yourself Effectively            10-14 minutes
14. Special Occasion Speeches                                                                        226-N
                                                             1.   Mastering the Toast                       2-3 minutes
                                                             2.   Speaking in Praise                        5-7 minutes
                                                             3.   The Roast                                 3-5 minutes
                                                             4.   Presenting an Award                       3-4 minutes
                                                             5.   Accepting an Award                        5-7 minutes
15. Humorously Speaking                                                                              226-O
                                                             1.   Warm Up Your Audience                     5-7 minutes
                                                             2.   Leave Them With A Smile                   5-7 minutes
                                                             3.   Make Them Laugh                           5-7 minutes
                                                             4.   Keep Them Laughing                        5-7 minutes
                                                             5.   The Humorous Speech                       5-7 minutes




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                       Manual/Module                                             Project                        Catalog Timing

The Successful Club Series                                                        Project                        289
                                                             The Moments of Truth
                                                             Finding New Members for Your Club
                                                             Evaluate to Motivate
                                                             Closing the Sale
                                                             Creating the Best Club Climate
                                                             Meeting Roles and Responsibilities
                                                             Mentoring
                                                             Keeping the Commitment
                                                             Going Beyond Our Club
                                                             How To Be A Distinguished Club
                                                             The Toastmasters Education Program                  269
The Better Speaker Series                                                         Project                        310
                                                             Beginning Your Speech
                                                             Concluding Your Speech
                                                             Take the Terror out of a Talk
                                                             Impromptu Speaking
                                                             Selecting Your Topic
                                                             Know Your Audience
                                                             Organizing Your Speech
                                                             Creating an Introduction
                                                             Preparation and Practice
                                                             Using Body Language
Leadership Excellence                                                             Project
                                                             The Visionary Leader                                311
                                                             Developing A Mission                                312
                                                             Values and Leadership                               313
                                                             Goal Setting And Planning                           314
                                                             Delegate To Empower                                 315
                                                             Building A Team                                     316
                                                             Giving Effective Feedback                           317
                                                             The Leader As Coach                                 318
                                                             Motivating People                                   319
                                                             Service and Leadership                              320
                                                             Resolving Conflict                                  321
Success_Communication Programs                                                    Project
                                                             Speechcraft                                         205
                                                             How to Listen Effectively                           242
                                                             The Art of Effective Evaluation                     251
                                                             Building Your Thinking Power I: Mental
                                                             Flexibility                                         253
                                                             Building Your Thinking Power II: The Power of
                                                             Ideas                                               254
                                                             From Speaker to Trainer                             257
Success_Leadership                                                                Project
                                                             How to Conduct Productive Meetings                  236
                                                             Parliamentary Procedure in Action                   237
                                                             Parliamentary Procedure, Westminster Model          249
                                                             Leadership I: Characteristics of Effective
                                                             Leaders                                             255

                                                             Leadership II: Developing Your Leadership Skills    256
                                                             Leadership III: Working in the Team
                                                             Environment                                         258
                                                             Improving Your Management Skills                    259

Member Achievement Record
Club Member Progress
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Communication & Leadership Manual (Basic)
1. The Icebreaker

Time:                                          4-6 minutes
Objectives:                                    Self-introduction to your club

2. Organize Your Speech

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Organization/construction

3. Get to the Point                            (was Speak with Sincerity)

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Achievement of a purpose

4. How to Say It (was Work with Words)

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Precision in word choice

5. Your Body Speaks (was Show What You Mean)

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Gestures and body movements

6. Vocal Variety

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Voice volume, pitch, rate, quality

7. Research Your Topic                         (was Apply Your Skills)

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Effective use of research

8. Get Comfortable with Visual Aids            (was Add Impact to your Speech)

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Effective use of visual aids

9. Persuade with Power

Time:                                          5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                    Persuasion

10. Inspire Your Audience

Time:                                          8-10 minutes
Objectives:                                    Inspiration


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The Entertaining Speaker                                                                 226-A

1. The Entertaining Speech

Time:                                                      5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                                Entertain the audience through use of humor and/or drama
                                                           drawn from your personal experience.
                                                           Organize an entertaining speech for maximum audience impact.



2. Resources for Entertainment

Time:                                                      8-10 minutes
Objectives:                                                Draw humorous and/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 as a means of conveying
                                                           a serious message.


3. Make Them Laugh

Time:                                                      8-10 minutes
Objectives:                                                Prepare a humorous speech drawn from your own experience.
                                                           Strengthen the speech by adapting and personalizing humorous
                                                           material from outside sources.
                                                           Deliver the speech in a way that makes the humor effective.


4. A Dramatic Talk

Time:                                                      10-12 minutes
Objectives:                                                Develop an entertaining dramatic talk about an experience or
                                                           incident, or give a dramatic reading.
                                                           Include vivid imagery, characters and dialogue.
                                                           Deliver the talk in an interpretative manner.


5. Speaking After Dinner

Time:                                                      13-15 minutes
Objectives:                                                Prepare an entertaining after-dinner talk on a specific theme.
                                                           Deliver the talk extemporaneously, using the skills developed in
                                                           the preceding entertainment projects.


Note: For some speech projects, the presentation time
may also include additional segments for such activities
as question-and-answer periods, depending on the
project.




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Speaking to Inform                                                               226-B

1. The Speech to Inform

Time:                                        5-7 minutes
Objectives:                                  Select new and useful information for presentation to the audience.
                                             Organize the information for easy understandability and retention.
                                             Present the information in a way that will help motivate the audience to
                                             learn.


2. Resources for Informing

Time:                                        8-10 minutes
Objectives:                                  Analyze 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 in research.
                                             Effectively use at least one visual aid to enhance the audience's
                                             understanding.


3. The Demonstration Talk

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


4. A Fact Finding Report

Time:                                        10-12 minutes
Objectives:                                  Prepare a report on a situation, event, or problem of interest to the
                                             audience.
                                             Deliver sufficient factual information in your report so the audience can base
                                             valid conclusions or a sound decision on it.


5. The Abstract Concept

Time:                                        10-12 minutes
Objectives:                                  Research and organize the thought of experts on an abstract concept,
                                             theory, historical force, or social/political issue.
                                             Present the ideas in a clear and interesting manner.


Note: For some speech projects, the
presentation time may also include
additional segments for such activities as
question-and-answer periods, depending
on the project.



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Public Relations                                                            226-C

1. The Public Relations Speech

Time:                              5-7 minutes
Objectives:                        Prepare a talk that will build goodwill for your organization by supplying useful
                                   information of interest to the audience.


2. Resources for Goodwill

Time:                              8-10 minutes
Objectives:                        Research the operation and benefits of an organization or company.
                                   Prepare a talk designed to build goodwill toward it by presenting factual information.

                                   Analyze 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.


3. The Persuasive Approach

Time:                              8-10 minutes
Objectives:                        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.


4. Speaking Under Fire

Time:                              6-8 minutes, plus 8-10 minutes (Q&A)
Objectives:                        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.


5. The Media Speech

Time:                              8-10 minutes, plus/minus 30 seconds
Objectives:                        Write a speech script behalf of a social cause.
                                   Using the script, present the speech to persuade a general television audience.


Note: For some speech projects,
the presentation time may also
include additional segments for
such activities as question-and-
answer periods, depending on the
project.
The Discussion Leader                                              226-D

1. The Seminar Solution

Time:                            20-30 minutes
Objectives:                      Present an introductory short talk or brief lecture describing a theory,
                                 model or information about a topic that will be discussed by a group
                                 following the presentation.
                                 Organize the information so that it is easy to understand and can be
                                 remembered.
                                 Orient the group to think about the specific goal of the discussionthat
                                 follows.
                                 Use a buzz session discussion technique to promote group participation
                                 in deriving information leading to a solution to the problem.



2. The Round Robin

Time:                            20-30 minutes
Objectives:                      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.


3. Pilot a Panel

Time:                            30-40 minutes
Objectives:                      Select a problem for panel discussion. Select not less than three
                                 members in advance to speak on the panel.
                                 Define the common goals and the purpose of the panel.
                                 Acting as moderator, monitor the panel discussion to inform the
                                 audience.


4. Make Believe (Role Playing)

Time:                            20-30 minutes
Objectives:                      Understand what role-playing is and how to use it effectively in group
                                 communication.
                                 Select a problem involving human relatons in which you may 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.


5. The Workshop Leader

Time:                            30-40 minutes
Objectives:                      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 an agreement before the discussion ends.



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Specialty Speeches                                                 226-E

1. Speak Off The Cuff

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   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 a speaker in the impromptu situation by using one or more
                              patterns to approach a topic under discussion; for example, comparing a
                              past, present, and future situation, or before and after.


2. Uplift the Spirit

Time:                         8-10 minutes
Objectives:                   Identify and understand the basic differences between inspirational speeches
                              and other kinds of speeches.
                              Learn how to evaluate audience feeling and develop emotional rapport.
                              Develop a speech style and delivery that effectively expresses inspirational
                              content by moving the audience to adopt your views.


3. Sell a Product

Time:                         10-12 minutes
Objectives:                   Understand the relationship of sales technique to persuasion.
                              Skillfully use the four steps in a sales presentation: attention, interest,
                              desire, action.
                              Identify and promote a unique selling proposition in a sales presentation.


4. Read Out Loud

Time:                         12-15 minutes
Objectives:                   Arrive at an understanding of the elements that comprise 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 interpretive reading
                              with regard to voice and body as instruments of communication.


5. Introduce the Speaker

Time:                         Duration of the Meeting
Objectives:                   Focus on the special occaision talk from the standpoint of the introducer
                              (function, chairman, toastmaster, master of ceremonies).
                              Become knowledgeable and skilled in the functions associated with the
                              master of ceremonies.
                              Handle the introduction of other speakers at a club meeting.




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Speeches By Management                                                      226-F

1. The Briefing

Time:                                          8-10 minutes, plus 5 minutes (Q&A)
Objectives:                                    Apply the key steps in the preparation of a briefing and the
                                               organization of material.
                                               Give a briefing according to a specific objective so the
                                               audience will have an understanding of the information.
                                               Effectively handle a question-and-answer session following the
                                               briefing.


2. The Technical Speech

Time:                                          8-10 minutes
Objectives:                                    Convey a technical paper or technical material and information
                                               into a technical speech.
                                               Organize a technical speech according to the inverted-pyramid
                                               approach.
                                               Write a technical speech as "spoken language," not as an
                                               article.
                                               Give the speech by effectively reading out loud.


3. Manage and Motivate

Time:                                          10-12 minutes
Objectives:                                    Understand the concept and nature of motivational methods in
                                               management.
                                               Apply a four step motivational method with the objectives to
                                               persuade and inspire.
                                               Deliver a motivational speech to persuade an audience to
                                               agree with your management proposal.


4. The Status Report

Time:                                          12-15 minutes
Objectives:                                    Organize 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 four step pattern.
                                               Give an effective presentation of the report.


5. Confrontation: The Adversary Relationship

Time:                                          5 minutes, plus 10 minutes (Q&A)
Objectives:                                    Understand the definition and nature of the adversary
                                               relationship.
                                               Prepare for an adversary confrontation on a controversial
                                               management issue.
                                               Employ appropriate preparation methods, strategy, and
                                               techniques, for communicating with an adversary group as the
                                               representative of your company or corporation.



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The Professional Speaker                                    226-G

1. The Keynote Address

Time:                          15-20 minutes
Objectives:                    Identify the basic differences between keyote speeches and
                               other kinds of speeches.
                               Learn how to evaluate audience feeling and establish emotional
                               rapport.
                               Learn and use the proessional 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.


2. Speaking to Entertain

Time:                          15-20 minutes
Objectives:                    Entertain the audience through the use of humor drawn from
                               personal experience and from other material that your have
                               personalized.
                               Deliver the speech in a way that makes the humor effective.

                               Establish personal rapport with your audience for maximum
                               impact.


3. The Sales Training Speech

Time:                          15-20 minutes
Objectives:                    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.


4. The Professonal Seminar

Time:                          20-40 minutes
Objectives:                    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.


5. The Motivational Speech

Time:                          15-20 minutes
Objectives:                    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.


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Technical Presentations                                                 226-H

1. The Technical Briefing

Time:                                8-10 minutes
Objectives:                          Using a systematic approach, organize technical material into a concise
                                     presentation.
                                     Tailor the presentation to the audience's needs, interests and
                                     knowledge levels.


2. The Proposal

Time:                                8-10 minutes, plus 3-5 minutes (Q&A)
Objectives:                          To prepare a technical presentation advocating a product, service, idea
                                     or course of action.
                                     To present your viewpoint logically and convincingly, using an inverted-
                                     pyramid approach.
                                     To effectively use a flipchart to illustrate your message.
                                     To effectively handle a question-and-answer period.


3. The Nontechnical Audience

Time:                                10-12 minutes
Objectives:                          Understand the principles of communicating complex information to
                                     nontechnical listeners.
                                     Build and deliver an interesting talk based on these principles.
                                     Answer audience questions that arise during the presentation.
                                     Use overhead transparancies to illustrate your message.


4. Presenting a Technical Paper

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


5. The Team Technical Presentation

Time:                                20-30 minutes
Objectives:                          Understand the nature and process of a team technical presentation.

                                     Conceptualize a briefing or proposal involving three or more speakers,
                                     including yourself.
                                     Assemble a team of club members capable of getting the job done.
                                     Orchestrate the planning, preparation and delivery of a team technical
                                     presentation.



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Persuasive Speaking                                                 226-I

1. The Effective Salesperson

Time:                           8 to 12 minutes => 3-4 min speech, short scenario intro, 3-5 min role
                                play
Objectives:                     Learn a technique for selling an inexpensive product in a retail store.
                                Recognize 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.


2. Conquering the "Cold Call"

Time:                           10 to 14 minutes => 3-4 min speech, short scenario intro, 5-7 min role
                                play, 2-3 min discussion
Objectives:                     Learn a technique for "cold call" selling of expensive product or services.

                                Recognize 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.


3. The Winning Proposal

Time:                           5 to 7 minutes
Objectives:                     Prepare a proposal advocating an idea or course of action.
                                Organize the proposal using the six-step method provided.


4. Addressing the Opposition

Time:                           7 to 9 minutes speech; 2-3 minutes Q&A
Objectives:                     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.


5. The Persuasive Leader

Time:                           6 to 8 minutes
Objectives:                     Communicate your vision and mission to an audience.
                                Convince your audience to work toward achieving your vision and mission.




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Communicating on Television                              226-J

1. Straight Talk

Time:                         3 minutes +/- 30 seconds
Objectives:                   To effectively present an opinion or viewpoint in a short
                              time.
                              To stimulate giving a presentation as part of a television
                              broadcast.


2. The Talk Show

Time:                         10 minutes +/- 30 seconds
Objectives:                   To understand the dynamics of a television interview or
                              "talk" show.
                              To prepare for the questions that may be asked of you
                              during a television interview program.
                              To present a positive image on the television camera.
                              To appear as a guest on a simulated television talk show.



3. When You`re the Host

Time:                         10 minutes +/- 30 seconds
Objectives:                   To conduct a successful television interview.
                              To understand the dynamics of a successful television
                              interview or "talk" show.
                              To prepare questions to ask during the interview program.

                              To present a positive, confident image on the television
                              camera.


4. The Press Conference

Time:                         4-6 minutes, plus 8-10 minutes (Q&A)
Objectives:                   To understand the nature of a television press conference.

                              To prepare for an adversary confrontation on a
                              controversial or sensitive issue.
                              To employ appropriate preparation methods and strategies
                              for communicating your organization`s viewpoint.

                              To present and maintain a positive image on television.


5. Training On Television

Time:                         5-7 minutes,
                              plus 5-7 minutes for video playback
Objectives:                   To learn how to develop and present an effective training
                              program on television.
                              To receive personal feedback through the videotaping of
                              your presentation.


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Storytelling                                                                226-K

1. The Folk Tale

Time:                         7-9 minutes
Objectives:                   To tell a folk tale that is entertaining and enjoyable for a specific age group.
                              To use vivid imagery and voice to enhance the tale.


2. Let`s Get Personal

Time:                         6-8 minutes
Objectives:                   To learn the elements of a good story.
                              To create and tell an original story based on a personal experience.


3. The Moral of the
Story

Time:                         4-6 minutes
Objectives:                   To understand that a story can be entertaining yet display moral values.
                              To create a new story that offers a lesson or moral.
                              To tell the story, using the skills developed in the previous two projects.


4. The Touching Story

Time:                         6-8 minutes
Objectives:                   To understand the techniques available to arouse emotion.
                              To become skilled in arousing emotions while telling a story.


5. Bringing History to
Life

Time:                         7-9 minutes
Objectives:                   To understand the purpose of stories about historical events or people.
                              To use the storytelling skills developed in the preceding projects to tell a story about a
                              historical event or person.




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Interpretive Reading                                              226-L

1. Read A Story

Time:                         8-10 minutes
Objectives:                   To understand the elements of interpretive reading.
                              To learn how to analyze a narrative and plan for effective interpretation.

                              To learn and apply vocal techniques that will aid in the effectiveness of the
                              reading.


2. Interpreting Poetry

Time:                         6-8 minutes
Objectives:                   To understand the differences between poetry and prose.
                              To recognize how poets use imaginary, rhythm, meter, cadence and
                              rhyme to convey the meanings and emotions of their poetry.
                              To apply vocal techniques that will aid in the effectiveness of the reading.



3. The Monodrama

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   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.


4. The Play

Time:                         12-15 minutes
Objectives:                   To adapt a play for interpretive reading.
                              To portray several characters in one reading, identifying them to the
                              audience through voice changes and movement.


5. The Oratorical Speech

Time:                         10-12 minutes
Objectives:                   To understand the structure of an effective speech.
                              To interpret and present a famous speech.




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Interpersonal Communication                                   226-M

1. Conversing with Ease

Time:                               10-14 minutes
Objectives:                         Identify techniques to use in conversing with strangers.

                                    Recognize different levels of conversation.
                                    Initiate a conversation with a stranger.
                                    Use open-ended questions to solicit information for
                                    further conversation.


2. The Successful Negotiator

Time:                               10-14 minutes
Objectives:                         Employ win/win negotiating strategies to achieve your
                                    goals.
                                    Enjoy the benefits of win/win negotiating.


3. Diffusing Verbal Criticism

Time:                               10-14 minutes
Objectives:                         Respond non-defensively to verbal criticism.
                                    Employ a five-step method to identify the problem,
                                    diffuse the attack and arrive at a solution.


4. The Coach

Time:                               10-14 minutes
Objectives:                         Determine reasons for someone's substandard
                                    performance.
                                    Coach the person to improved performance.


5. Asserting Yourself Effectively

Time:                               10-14 minutes
Objectives:                         Enjoy the mental and physical benefits of being assertive.

                                    Emply the four-step method for addressing a problem
                                    and asking for help.
                                    Overcome resistance to your requests.




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Special Occasion Speeches                                226-N

1. Mastering the Toast

Time:                         2-3 minutes
Objectives:                   Recognize the characteristics of a toast.
                              Present a toast honoring an occasion or person.


2. Speaking in Praise

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   Prepare a speech praising or honoring someone, either living
                              or dead.
                              Address five areas concerning the individual and his/her
                              accomplishments.
                              Include anecdotes illustrating points within the speech.


3. The Roast

Time:                         3-5 minutes
Objectives:                   Poke fun at a particular indivdual in a good-natured way.
                              Adapt and personalize humorous material from other
                              sources.
                              Deliver jokes and humorous stories effectively.


4. Presenting an Award

Time:                         3-4 minutes
Objectives:                   Present an award with dignity and grace.
                              Acknowledge the contributions of the recipient.


5. Accepting an Award

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   Accept an award with dignity, grace and sincerity.
                              Acknowledge the presenting organization.




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Humorously Speaking                                            226-O

1. Warm Up Your Audience

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   Prepare a speech that opens with a humorous story.
                              Personalize the story.
                              Deliver the story smoothly and effectively.


2. Leave Them With A Smile

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   Prepare a serious speech that opens and closes with humorous stories.

                              Prepare a closing story that reemphasizes the speech's main point.
                              Deliver the stories smoothly and effectively.


3. Make Them Laugh

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   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.


4. Keep Them Laughing

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   Prepare a speech that opens with a self-depreciating joke.
                              String together two or three related jokes in the speech body.
                              Close the speech with a humorous story.


5. The Humorous Speech

Time:                         5-7 minutes
Objectives:                   Use exaggeration to tell a humorous story.
                              Entertain the audience.
                              Effectively use body language and voice to enhance the story.




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Presentation Title                   Time      Catalog Number


The Moments of Truth                 30 - 40        290

Finding New Members for Your Club    10 - 15        291

Evaluate to Motivate                 10 - 15        292

Closing the Sale                     15 - 20        293

Creating the Best Club Climate       10 - 15        294
Meeting Roles and Responsibilities   10 - 15        295




Mentoring                            30 - 40        296


Keeping the Commitment               15 - 20        297


Going Beyond Our Club                15 - 20        298



How To Be A Distinguished Club                      299




The Toastmasters Education Program                  300




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Description
How to recognize and deal with situations critical to club
success, from a visitor's first impressions to recognition of
member achievement. Includes a club evaluation chart.
Proven methods to help you seek out those vital new
members!
Your club members will learn to give evaluations that benefit
the speaker, the evaluator, and the audience!
Exercise your powers of persuasion during those moments
when a guest is deciding to join.
Techniques for creating and maintaining a healthy club
environment.
How members can successfully fill each meeting role.

A mentor program offers many benefits for your club and its
members. This program defines mentoring, explains benefits,
and discusses responsibilities of mentors. Includes a Club
Mentor Program for starting a mentor program in your club
Discusses the 10 standards that comprise "A Toastmasters
Promise". Includes 25 promise cards.


Find out about learning and leadership opportunities available
to members in addition to regular club meetings and activities.

A 10-minute program explaining the 10 goal your club should
strive to achieve, why these goals are important, and how to
use the Club Success Plan to achieve the goals.
Help your members become familiar with the benefits of the TI
educational program and available awards. This 10-minute
scripted program explains the communication and leadership
tracks in which members may participate and the CTM, ATMB,
ATMS, ATMG, CL, AL
Presentation Title               Time   Catalog Number
Beginning Your Speech           10 - 15       270
Concluding Your Speech          10 - 15       271
Take the Terror out of a Talk   10 - 15       272
Impromptu Speaking              10 - 15       273

Selecting Your Topic            10 - 15      274
Know Your Audience              10 - 15      275

Organizing Your Speech          10 - 15      276
Creating an Introduction        10 - 15      277

Preparation and Practice        10 - 15      278

Using Body Language                          279




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Description
Suggestions for starting off your speech right.
Tips for ending your speech with power.
Techniques for overcoming nervousness when speaking.
Don't be caught off balance when speaking off-the-cuff!
Running out of speech ideas? Here's how to develop new
ones.
If you can relate to your audience, they will relate to you.
Once you know what to say, consider next the when and the
how.
Great introductions should precede great speeches.

Techniques for preparing and rehearsing your next speech.
Learn how to use facial expressions, gestures, and other body
language to enhance your speech.
Presentation Title            Time   Catalog Number Description
                                                    Discusses how leaders create and communicate a
                                                    vision for their organization to help it be successful.
The Visionary Leader                       311      Script and five overhead transparencies.
                                                    Addresses how successful leaders create and
                                                    comunicate a mission for their organization. Script and
Developing A Mission                       312      five overhead transparencies
                                                    Examines values and how to employ them as you lead a
                                                    team toward achieving a goal. Script and three overhead
Values and Leadership                      313      transparencies.
                                                    Reviews the processes leaders use to set goals and
                                                    develop plans to achieve these goals. Script and three
Goal Setting And Planning                  314      overhead transparencies.

                                                         Discusses how to effectively delegate tasks and
Delegate To Empower                         315          responsibilities. Script and six overhead transparencies.
                                                         Reviewws how to create and lead a team. Script and
Building A Team                             316          three overhead transparencies.
                                                         Provides suggestions for offering feedback to others on
                                                         their performance. Script and four overhead
Giving Effective Feedback                   317          transparencies.
                                                         Discusses how to work with a team to help them
The Leader As Coach                         318          improve. Script and six overhead transparencies.

                                                         Examines how to be sensitive to your team members'
                                                         needs and create an environment that will motivate
Motivating People                           319          them. Script and three overhead transparencies.
                                                         Provides the overall concepts of the service leadership
Service and Leadership                      320          philosphy.
                                                         Provides concepts that will help the presenter and the
Resolving Conflict                          321          participants learn conflict resolution skills.




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Program Title                                Number of Sessions   Each Session
Speechcraft                                        4-8              1 - 2 hours
How to Listen Effectively                            1             2.5 - 3 hours
The Art of Effective Evaluation                      1             2.5 - 3 hours
Building Your Thinking Power I: Mental
Flexibility                                          1            2 - 2.5 hours
Building Your Thinking Power II: The Power
of Ideas                                             1               2 hours
From Speaker to Trainer                              1             4 - 5 hours




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Catalog Number
      205
      242
      251

     253

     254
     257
Program Title                Number of Sessions   Each Session   Catalog Number
How to Conduct Productive
Meetings                             1               1 hour           236
Parliamentary Procedure in
Action                               5             15 minutes         237
Parliamentary Procedure,
Westminster Model                    5             15 minutes         249
Leadership I:
Characteristics of Effective
Leaders                              1              2.5 hours         255
Leadership II: Developing
Your Leadership Skills               1              2.5 hours         256
Leadership III: Working in
the Team Environment                 1             1-1.5 hours        258
Improving Your
Management Skills                    1             2.5-3 hours        259




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Member Information                  Club Name                                                             Club #   District #   Member Since:
                     Home Club:
                     Other Club:
                     Other Club:
                     Other Club:
                     Other Club:
                     Other Club:
                     Other Club:
                     Other Club:


                           Name:
                        Address:
                 City, State Zip:
                          Phone:
                           Email:
                    Date Joined:

Communication and Leadership
(Basic)                             Project:                                                              Title    Date         Club/Venue
                                    1. The Ice Breaker
                                    2. Organize Your Speech
                                    3. Get to the Point (was Speak with Sincerity)
                                    4. How to Say It (was Work with Words)
                                    5. Your Body Speaks (was Show What You Mean)
                                    6. Vocal Variety
                                    7. Research Your Topic (Apply Your Skills)
                                    8. Get Comfortable with Visual Aids (was Add Impact to your Speech)
                                    9. Persuade with Power
                                    10. Inspire Your Audience
Advanced Communication and
Leadership                   Book:
                             1. The Entertaining Speaker   Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Entertaining Speech
                                                           2. Resources for Entertainment
                                                           3. Make Them Laugh
                                                           4. A Dramatic Talk
                                                           5. Speaking After Dinner
                             2. Speaking to Inform         Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Speech to Inform
                                                           2. Resources for Informing
                                                           3. The Demonstration Talk
                                                           4. A Fact Finding Report
                                                           5. The Abstract Concept
                             3. Public Relations           Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Public Relations Speech
                                                           2. Resources for Goodwill
                                                           3. The Persuasive Approach
                                                           4. Speaking Under Fire
                                                           5. The Media Speech
                             4. The Discussion Leader      Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Seminar Solution
                                                           2. The Round Robin
                                                           3. Pilot a Panel
                                                           4. Make Believe (Role Playing)
                                                           5. The Workshop Leader
                             5. Specialty Speeches         Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. Speak Off The Cuff
                                                           2. Uplift the Spirit
                                                           3. Sell a Product
                                                           4. Read Out Loud
                                                           5. Introduce the Speaker
                             6. Speeches by Management     Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Briefing
                                                           2. The Technical Speech
                                                           3. Manage and Motivate
                                                           4. The Status Report
                                                           5. Confrontation: The Adversary Relationship
                             7. The Professional Speaker   Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Keynote Address
                                                           2. Speaking to Entertain
                                                           3. The Sales Training Speech
                                                           4. The Professonal Seminar
                                                           5. The Motivational Speech
                             8. Technical Presentations    Project:                                       Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                                           1. The Technical Briefing
                                                           2. The Proposal
                                                           3. The Nontechnical Audience
                                                           4. Presenting a Technical Paper
                                                           5. The Team Technical Presentation
9. Persuasive Speaking             Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. The Effective Salesperson
                                   2. Conquering the "Cold Call"
                                   3. The Winning Proposal
                                   4. Addressing the Opposition
                                   5. The Persuasive Leader
10. Communicating on Television    Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. Straight Talk
                                   2. The Talk Show
                                   3. When You`re the Host
                                   4. The Press Conference
                                   5. Training On Television
11. Storytelling                   Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. The Folk Tale
                                   2. Let`s Get Personal
                                   3. The Moral of the Story
                                   4. The Touching Story
                                   5. Bringing History to Life
12. Interpretive Reading           Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. Read A Story
                                   2. Interpreting Poetry
                                   3. The Monodrama
                                   4. The Play
                                   5. The Oratorical Speech
13. Interpersonal Communications   Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. Conversing with Ease
                                   2. The Successful Negotiator
                                   3. Diffusing Verbal Criticism
                                   4. The Coach
                                   5. Asserting Yourself Effectively
14. Special Occasion Speeches      Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. Mastering the Toast
                                   2. Speaking in Praise
                                   3. The Roast
                                   4. Presenting an Award
                                   5. Accepting an Award
15. Humorously Speaking            Project:                            Date   Title   Club/Venue
                                   1. Warm Up Your Audience
                                   2. Leave Them With A Smile
                                   3. Make Them Laugh
                                   4. Keep Them Laughing
                                   5. The Humorous Speech
Coach                               Date                                                    New Member Name
Coached a new member with the first
             three manual projects:

High Performance Leadership
Program                                Date Completed                                       Registration #



Success/Leadership and
Success/Communication Programs
      Service as coordinator for the
                following programs:                                                         No. Participants   Date
                                       Speechcraft
                                       How to Listen Effectively
                                       The Art of Effective Evaluation
                                       Building Your Thinking Power I: Mental Flexibility
                                       Building Your Thinking Power II:The Power of Ideas
                                       From Speaker to Trainer
                                       How to Conduct Productive Meetings
                                       Parliamentary Procedure in Action
                                       Parliamentary Procedure, Westminster Model
                                       Leadership I: Characteristics of Effective Leaders
                                       Leadership II: Developing you Leadership Skills
                                       Leadership III: Working in the Team Environment
                                       Improving Your Management Skills
Youth Leadership
  Service as coordinator for a Youth
               Leadership Program: No. Participants                                 Date Completed


Offices
            Service from July 1 through                                                                                       Date Helped
   December 31 or January 1 through                                                                        Date Attended      Prepare Club
       June 30 in the following offices: Office                                     Date Served            Training           Success Plan
                                           President
                                           Vice President of Education
                                           Vice President of Membership
                                           Vice President of Public Relations
                                           Secretary
                                           Treasurer
                                           Sgt. At Arms
  Service from July 1 through June 30
        in the following District Offices: Office                                   Date Served
                                           District Governor
                                           Lt. Governor of Marketing
                                           Lt. Governor of Education and Training
                                           Public Relations Officer
                                           Secretary
                                           Treasurer
                                           Division Governor
                                           Area Governor
Organizational Growth                      Club Name                                Club Number            Charter Date
Service as a co-sponsor or mentor
(appointed by District Governor) of a
new Club. Name should appear on
Appplication to Organize:
                                           Club Name                                Club Number            Appointment Date

Service as a Club Specialist
(appointed by District GovernorO in
rebuilding existing Club with nine or
fewer members to 20 members:
(Form on file at World Headquarters)

                                                                                                           Date/Venue         Date/Venue     Date/Venue
The Successful Club Series              Program                                     Date/Venue Presented   Presented          Presented      Presented
Conducted the following programs:       The Moments of Truth
                                        Finding New Members for Your Club
                                        Evaluate to Motivate
                                        Closing the Sale
                                        Creating the Best Club Climate
                                        Meeting Roles and Responsibilities
                                        Mentoring
                                        Keeping the Commitment
                                        Going Beyond Our Club
                                        How To Be A Distinguished Club
                                        The Toastmasters Education Program
                                                                                                Date/Venue        Date/Venue       Date/Venue
The Better Speaker Series           Program                              Date/Venue Presented   Presented         Presented        Presented
Conducted the following programs:   Beginning Your Speech
                                    Concluding Your Speech
                                    Take the Terror out of a Talk
                                    Impromptu Speaking
                                    Selecting Your Topic
                                    Know Your Audience
                                    Organizing Your Speech
                                    Creating an Introduction
                                    Preparation and Practice
                                    Using Body Language


Awards                              Award                                Date Received          Certificate Number Date Received
                                    Competent Toastmaster (CTM)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Bronze (ATMB)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Silver (ATMS)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Gold (ATMG)
                                    Competent Leader (CL)
                                    Advanced Leader (AL)
                                    Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)


Awards                              Award                                Date Received          Certificate Number Date Received
                                    Competent Toastmaster (CTM)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Bronze (ATMB)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Silver (ATMS)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Gold (ATMG)
                                    Competent Leader (CL)
                                    Advanced Leader (AL)
                                    Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)


Awards                              Award                                Date Received          Certificate Number Date Received
                                    Competent Toastmaster (CTM)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Bronze (ATMB)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Silver (ATMS)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Gold (ATMG)
                                    Competent Leader (CL)
                                    Advanced Leader (AL)
                                    Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)


Awards                              Award                                Date Received          Certificate Number Date Received
                                    Competent Toastmaster (CTM)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Bronze (ATMB)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Silver (ATMS)
                                    Advanced Toastmaster Gold (ATMG)
                                    Competent Leader (CL)
                                    Advanced Leader (AL)
                                    Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM)


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                                        Record of Club Member Speech Accomplishments

                                    COMMUNICATION AND LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
                                                     in
                                        TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL

                                      District #, @@ Division, Area ##, Club Number ####

                                                            Speech Numbers and Themes
               1         2          3        4          5         6         7          8
                Be
 Club Ice Breaker in EarnestOrganize Show WhatVocal Variety Work Apply Your Make It
Members                    Your SpeechYou Mean            With Words Skills   Persuasive

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* Educ Sp = Educational Speech; HSC = Humorous Speech Contest; ISP = International Speech Contest


Advanced Manuals, (5 speeches per manual) :
Communicating on Television (COT) Speeches By Management (SBM)           The Entertaining Speaker (TES)
Interpretetive Reading (IR)       Specialty Speeches (SS)                Technical Presentations (TP)
Public Relations (PR)             Speaking to Inform (STI)               The Professional Salesperson (TPSa)
Storytelling (S)                  The Discussion Leader TDL)             The Professional Speaker (TPSp)



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