Toastmasters Fonske Leuven
Thursday 22nd August 2019
19:30 – 22:01
Word of the Day Circumspect

International X Day  

What are International Days? Why do we celebrate them?  The United Nations designates specific days, weeks, years and decades as occasions to mark particular events or topics in order to promote, through awareness and action, the objectives of the Organization.  

This year eg, in July we were celebrating the Nelson Mandela International Day and the International Day of Friendship,… On September 23th, we will be celebrating the International Day of Sign Languages. 

We are looking forward to another exiting meeting in which we will ask our speakers to get creative and to invent their own International “X” day.

 

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Agenda
19:30
Doors Open
19:43
Sergeant at Arms
ThomasBlay, CC
19:45
President Fonske
ThomasBlay, CC
19:46
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
Note
19:48
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
19:49
Grammarian (English)
hakim
General Evaluator
timothytjoncke
Note
Video director
Karel Reynders, CC CL VC4
19:51
Timekeeper
samiul
19:52
Ah Counter
hakim
19:53
Inspiration of the Day
timothytjoncke
Note
19:56
Prepared Speeches
Note
19:56
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
19:57
1st Speaker
Kris Luyckx
Effective Coaching
2. Evaluation and Feedback - 1
The Difference between a Manager and a Leader/ The Five "Leader levels"
Present a speech on any topic
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:05
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
20:06
2nd Speaker
MVanas
Effective Coaching
2. Evaluation and Feedback - 1
Wat is rijkdom?
Present a speech on any topic
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:14
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
20:15
3rd Speaker
Britt
Effective Coaching
3. Evaluation and Feedback - 2
But first, let me take a selfie
Present either a new speech or the same speech that incorporates some or all of the feedback received from the presentation of the first speech
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:23
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
20:24
4th Speaker
Wim Woittiez, ACG ALB
Speaking to Inform
2. Resources for Informing
Freakonomics
Presentation at audience's level of knowledge; Major points supported by explanation, examples and information gathered in research; At least one visual aid effectively used to enhance the audience's understanding.
5:00
6:00
7:00
Note
20:32
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
20:33
5th Speaker
niksil
Competent Communication Manual
10. Inspire Your Audience
You don't have to be...
Inspire the audience by appealing to noble motives, challenge the audience to achieve a higher level of beliefs or achievement; Appeal to the audience’s needs and emotions, using stories, anecdotes and quotes to add drama.
8:00
9:00
10:00
20:43
Note
Note
20:46
Intermission/Break
20:59
Sergeant at Arms
ThomasBlay, CC
21:01
Prepared Speech Evaluations
Note
21:02
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
21:03
1st Evaluator
FrankTurley, CC VC1
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:06
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
21:07
2nd Evaluator
AVrielynck
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:10
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
21:11
3rd Evaluator
pieterjd, CC CL
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:14
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
21:15
4th Evaluator
Karel Reynders, CC CL VC4
2:00
2:30
3:00
21:18
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
21:19
5th Evaluator
Wim Woittiez, ACG ALB
2:00
2:30
3:00
Note
21:24
Table Topic Master
Karel Reynders, CC CL VC4
1:00
1:30
2:00
21:39
Toastmaster
ThomasBlay, CC
21:41
Sergeant at Arms
ThomasBlay, CC
21:41
End Reports
1:00
1:30
2:00
General Evaluator
timothytjoncke
3:00
3:30
4:00
21:56
President Fonske
ThomasBlay, CC
22:01
End of Meeting
Reserve Speaker
Attendance
AVrielynck, Britt, FrankTurley, hakim, FonskeKaatje, Karel Reynders, Kris Luyckx, MVanas, niksil, NHag, pieterjd, samiul, ThomasBlay, timothytjoncke, SangT, Wim Woittiez,  
Apologies received