Leadership Connection, Vernon November 25, 2015
Two members of the Okanagan College Toastmasters club, Dan Zaleski and David Bastin, are taking to the stage as part of the Leadership Connection series.
When? Wednesday, Nov. 25, Doors Open @ 5pm Speakers Start @ 6:30pm
Where Prestige Hotel Vernon 4411 32nd Street Vernon, BC
Come along to find out:
- How to “Dissolve Your Fear Barriers” to reach your next level.
- Understand “Lies that Leaders Believe”
- Discover “What Positive Leaders Know”
Special Event at the Westside Toastmasters Club – How to Self-Publish
“Big Win for Local Toastmaster”
The Penticton Herald describes the experience of Jennifer Mlazgar, from the Penticton Toastmasters club who took first place in the Toastmasters Division X impromptu-speaking contest, and shattered the stereotype of accountants as dry and humourless as the numbers they work with.
“Toastmasters Always Relevant”
Great article in today’s Daily Courier about Sandy Magee, a member of the Kelowna AM club and what Toastmasters has done for them:
“Toastmasters All About Effective Communication”
See the Kelowna Daily Courier, for Rae Stonehouse’s insight on how Toastmasters has in the past and continues to help his communication skills. Rae is president of the Kelowna Flying Solo Toastmasters club.
“Taboo Subjects on the Table at Toastmasters”
See the Kelowna Daily Courier, for Moya’s comment on Sandy’s speech and how Toastmasters helps her in her day to day job. Moya is a member of the Okanagan College Toastmasters club and this year’s Division X Director.