Toastmasters Fonske Leuven
Thursday 25th January 2018
19:30 – 22:12

What are the core values of Toastmasters? Friendliness, a drive to help people improve, public speaking, ... That's rather easy to determine. But what about yourself? What are your the most important aspects of your personality? Or what principles do you find critical to your being? Which aspects of yourself would you never wish to change? In short: what makes you you?

 

In addition to finding out your and other's core values, out very own Wim Wolf wil be evaluating the evaluators this meeting with his own tool Minopio.

 

Clearly, this is not a meeting to be missed.

Agenda
19:30
Doors Open
19:43
Sergeant at Arms
RichardMiller
19:45
President Fonske
SVandekeere, CC CL
19:46
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
Note
19:48
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
19:49
Grammarian (English)
janb2
General Evaluator
carlavr
Video director
MDeschuyter, CC
Note
19:51
Timekeeper
SusanGalavan
19:52
Ah Counter
BogdanC
Note
19:54
Prepared Speeches
Note
19:54
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
19:55
1st Speaker
RoosVoorend
Competent Communication Manual
1. The Ice Breaker
TBA
Speak before an audience; Use existing speaking skills; Introduce self to fellow club members.
4:00
5:00
6:00
Note
20:02
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
20:03
2nd Speaker
JeroenJanssen
Competent Communication Manual
2. Organise Your Speech
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Strong opening and conclusion; Outline that can be followed and understood; Clear message with supporting material; Appropriate transitions.
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:11
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
20:12
3rd Speaker
DamianRobinson
Competent Communication Manual
3. Get to the Point
TBA
Organize speech to achieve general and specific purpose; Reinforce purpose with beginning, body, and conclusion; Project sincerity and conviction; Control nervousness; Strive to not use notes.
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:20
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
20:21
4th Speaker
Marinaoversteyns
Competent Communication Manual
4. How to Say It
TBA
Words and sentence structure communicate the ideas clearly, accurately and vividly; Rhetorical devices enhance and emphasize ideas; No jargon or unnecessary words; Correct grammar used.
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:29
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
20:30
5th Speaker
teacup
Competent Communication Manual
5. Your Body Speaks
TBC
Use stance, movement, gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact to express the message and achieve the speech’s purpose; Make body language smooth and natural; Focus on methods of delivery as well as speech content.
5:00
6:00
7:00
20:37
Note
Note
20:40
Intermission/Break
20:53
Sergeant at Arms
RichardMiller
20:55
Prepared Speech Evaluations
Note
20:56
Leadership Evaluator
Wim Woittiez, ACS ALB
21:00
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
21:01
1st Evaluator
Kris.vanhoeymissen
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:04
Leadership Evaluations
21:05
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
21:06
2nd Evaluator
tblay
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:09
Leadership Evaluations
21:10
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
21:11
3rd Evaluator
JanProvoost
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:14
Leadership Evaluations
21:15
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
21:16
4th Evaluator
Peter Le Page, ACS ALB
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:19
Leadership Evaluations
21:20
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
21:21
5th Evaluator
JohnCassidy
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:24
Leadership Evaluations
Note
Table Topic Master
Kris.vanhoeymissen
1:00
1:30
2:00
21:42
Toastmaster
karelreynders, CC
21:44
Sergeant at Arms
RichardMiller
21:44
End Reports
1:00
1:30
2:00
General Evaluator
carlavr
3:00
3:30
4:00
21:58
President Fonske
SVandekeere, CC CL
Note
22:05
End of Meeting
Membership forms
Reserve Speaker
5:00
6:00
7:00
Attendance
Alexander Pattyn, Alexander1, carlavr, DamianRobinson, janb2, JanProvoost, JeroenJanssen, JohnCassidy, karelreynders, Kris.vanhoeymissen, teacup, Marinaoversteyns, Peter Le Page, RichardMiller, RoosVoorend, SVandekeere, SusanGalavan, FonskeTatiana, tblay,  
Apologies received