BUILD A BETTER YOU
What happens at toastmasters
At Toastmasters, members learn by speaking to groups and working with others in a supportive environment.
A typical Toastmasters club is made up of 20 to 30 people who meet on a regular basis for approximately 1 to 2 hours.
- Present prepared speeches
- Plan and conduct meetings
- Give impromptu speeches
- Offer constructive evaluation
Through its member clubs, Toastmasters International helps people learn the arts of speaking, listening, and thinking.
These are vital skills that promote self actualisation, enhance leadership potential, foster human understanding, and contribute to the betterment of mankind.
Toastmasters International is the leading movement devoted to making effective oral communication a worldwide reality.
To learn more about Toastmasters International, please visit www.toastmasters.org.
- Papua New Guinea
- Northern Territory
- North Queensland
- Central Queensland
- Western Queensland
- Wide Bay Burnett
- Brisbane & South East
Since 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people of all backgrounds become more confident in front of an audience.
‘Cairns Speakers Club’ member Nicky Jurd DTM has been named D69 Toastmaster of the year at our first post-covid 'Hall of Fame' event. The award reflected her role as lead organiser of the organisation’s recent conference in Cairns, as well as her work in providing...
What does a Toastmasters Club do to celebrate its 900th meeting? Redlands Club held a Lifeboat Debate. Six passengers / members on the sinking ship were given roles to play as they tried to persuade the rest of the group that they should be given the last seat left on...
Brisbane Division Director – Con Papamitros Central Division Director – Dawn Smith Eastern Division Director – Graham Cairns Moreton Division Director – Sasibala Geethadevi Northern Division – Brian O’Neill PNG Division Director – Gertrude Rollart Southern Division...