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Toastmasters Advanced Manuals and Educational Programs

Supreme TD Toastmasters club can direct you to other educational materials from Toastmasters International and books of various interests.

 

Contact our VP Education who will be more than happy to discuss these programs with you.  These materials may be ordered by accessing http://www.toastmasters.org/store/

 

Cat # AC Manual Description Description
226-A 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 you’re asked to speak after dinner.

226-B 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.

226-C 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.

226-D 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.

226-E Specialty 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.

226-F 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.

226-G 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.

226-H Technical Presentations

The projects in this manual will help you prepare and present briefings, proposals, technical papers and technical team presentations.

226-I 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.

226-J Communicating on Television

Television presentations differ from other presentations, and they require special considerations. With this manual you’ll learn to present editorials, appear as a guest on a “talk” show, conduct a press conference, and use television to train.

226-K 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.

226-L Interpretive Reading

This manual will help you develop your interpretive reading skills. The projects include presenting stories, poetry, monodramas, plays and oratorical speeches.

226-M Interpersonal Communications

Topics covered include conversing with ease, negotiating, handling criticism, coaching someone to improved performance, and expressing dissatisfaction effectively.

226-N Special Occasion Speeches

Provides instruction in giving toasts, speaking in praise, “roasting” someone, and presenting and accepting awards.

226-O 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.


Cat # Better Speaker Series (10-15 min) Description
270 Beginning Your Speech Suggestions for starting off your speech right
271 Concluding Your Speech Tips for ending your speech with power
272 Take the Terror Out of a Talk Techniques for overcoming nervousness when speaking.
273 Impromptu Speaking Don’t be caught off balance when speaking off-the-cuff!
274 Selecting Your Topic Running out of speech ideas? Here’s how to develop new ones.
275 Know Your Audience If you can relate to your audience, they will relate to you.
276 Organizing Your Speech Once you know what to say, consider next the when and the how.
277 Creating an Introduction Great introductions should precede great speeches.
278 Preparation and Practice Techniques for preparing and rehearsing your next speech
279 Using Body Language Techiques that will help speakers add impact and reduce distractions through appropriate body language.


Cat # Successful Club Series (10-15 min) Description (for CL designation)
290 The Moments of Truth (c/w CD & handouts) How to recognize and deal with situations critical to Club success. A Club self-evaluation tool.
291 Finding New Members for Your Club Ways to help you seek out those vital new members!
292 Evaluate to Motivate Give an evaluation that benefits the speaker and the audience!
293 Closing the Sale Exercise your powers of persuasion during those moments when a guest is deciding to join.
294 Creating the Best club Climate Techniques for creating and maintaining a healthy Club environment.
295 Meeting Roles and Responsibilities Does your Club involve everyone at every meeting?
296 Mentoring A mentor program offers many benefits for your Club and its members.
297 Keeping the Commitment Discusses the 10 standards that comprise “A Toastmasters Promise.”
298 Going Beyond Our Club Find out about learning and leadership opportunities available to members in addition to regular Club meetings and activities.
299 How to be a Distinguished Club A terrific tool to use to explain and promote the Distinguished Club Program to the members of your club.
300 The Toastmasters Education Program What does it take to receive the Competent Toastmaster (CTM) award? What about the Competent Leader? This module provides a terrific education program...


Cat # Leadership Excellence Series Description (8-10 min - for CL)
311 The Visionary Leader Discusses how leaders create and communicate a vision for their organization to help it be successful.
312 Develop a Mission Addresses how successful leaders create and comunicate a mission for their organization.
313 Values and Leadership Examines values and how to employ them as you lead a team toward achieving a goal.
314 Goal Setting and Planning Reviews the processes leaders use to set goals and develop plans to achieve these goals.
315 Delegate to Empower This module discusses how to effectively delegate tasks and responsibilities.
316 Building a Team This module reviews how to create and lead a team.
317 Giving Effective Feedback This module provides suggestions for offering feedback to others on their performance.
318 The Leader as a Coach This module discusses how to work with a team to help them improve.
319 Motivating People This modules examines how to be sensitive to your team members' needs and create an environment that will motivate them.
320 Service and Leadership This module from The Leadership Excellence Series provides the overall concepts of the service leadership philosphy.
321 Resolving Conflict This module from The Leadership Excellence Series provides concepts that will help the presenter and the participants learn conflict resolution skills.
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