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During your college experience, how have you used your presentation skills and how have they improved over time?

I have always considered myself to have foundational skills necessary to be a good speaker and presenter. In high school (though I was shy and quiet at first), over time I slowly gained confidence in my abilities in class and through my involvement in high school theatre. 873 more words


Welcome to Mission Chapter Toastmasters you are cordially invited...

If you live in the Santa Barbara/Goleta area and are looking for a Toastmaster club to join or just check out, we’d like to welcome you as our guest… 117 more words


Your Invitation to Mission Chapter Toastmasters' March 3, 2015 Meeting

We’ve waited a long year for this evening!  March 3 will be Mission Chapter Toastmaster’s Annual ALL Tall Tale meeting.  This is the chance for everyone to tell the biggest, bestest lie, fabrication, falsehood, nonsense, or even malarkey, that they can think of!   512 more words


"All The Way"*


Making a speech requires more

Approximate reading time: 55 seconds

As a result of voicing scripts for ten years, my singing performance experience, and recent Yoga training, I’ve realized an astute ability to coach speakers on their personal performance of a prepared speech. 302 more words

Working With Your Voice

Workshop: Presentation Skills - 11 March 2015

(PGT) Presenting your work!

  • Wednesday 11 March 2015 at 13:30 -16:30

This highly interactive and fast paced course will explore the key skills necessary to help you communicate your research to both academic and non-specialist audiences. 70 more words


Three Easy ways to Establish Credibility at the Start of Your Training Class or Presentation

Three Easy ways to Establish Credibility at the Start of Your Training Class or Presentation

A cold, hard fact of life is that you have to convince people you are worth listening to.   678 more words

On The Job Training

9 Tips for Presenting Effectively

For many of us, the fear of public speaking and presenting is rated on par with the fear of death. Going up in front of a group of supervisors, colleagues, or strangers is a harrowing experience that is part of many vocations, yet is equally dreaded in each. 550 more words

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