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Division E CLED – February 16
February 16, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm$5.00
Please join us for CLED training Round 2 on February 16th!
Living your best life is all about building relationships with people. We build and maintain relationships with family, with friends, with co-workers, with community members, etc.
At Toastmasters, an integral part of the program is building relationships with our fellow Toastmaster members. This training event is all about how we can work together to create strong communities within our clubs and the greater Toastmaster family as a whole. Join us for a fun and education filled morning of laughter, learning and linking together to create a more meaningful Toastmaster journey for yourself and your fellow club members.
Registration begins at 8am, program begins promptly at 8:30am.
Opening Keynote – It all Begins with an Invitation by Gord Grant
Keynote – Built to Last: The Foundation of a Successful Club by Clayton Watson
Flying Higher with Stronger Evaluations by Nandini Venkatesan
Leave Them Laughing: Tips for Funny Speeches by Katrina Aburrow
Open House, Training & Contests: Oh My! (Event Planning) by Lynette Theriault
Do You want to Build a Great Speech? By Saya Sanyal
Walking The Path: Taking Action to Get the Most From Pathways by Ayesha Qureshi & Randy Maus
Closing Keynote – Who’s Pooh in Your 100-Acre Wood? By Teresa Merryfield
Plus, all the required Club Officer Sessions
There is something for everyone – not just your club executive! We invite all Toastmaster members to join us in working together to build stronger clubs, stronger members, stronger teams, and best of all, better relationships!
This is a green event – please bring a reuseable mug and/or water bottle. Hot Chocolate, water and snacks are provided.
Please bring your Club Leadership Handbook (if you are a club officer), something to write or take notes on and something to write with!
The campus is located adjacent to the C-Train, several buses route access the college, there is an underground parkade accessible of 6th Ave, just West or 3rd St. SE ($6.50 on Saturdays), there is a ground level parking lot on the West side of the North Campus Building ($3/day) and there may be opportunities for street parking.