Useful forms and scripts: early projects (P1 to P3) from the Competent Communication Manual, membership form, claim form, forms and scripts for meeting roles and special occasions, speaker introduction guidance.
|Competent Communication Manual|
|Project 1||P1 The Ice Breaker|
|Project 2||P2 Organize Your Speech|
|Project 3||P3 Get to the Point|
|Membership form: pdf | editable||Claim Form: pdf | editable|
|Special occasions: scripts||Special occasions: forms|
|Humorous Speech and Evaluation Contest Chair Script||Contest: certificate of Participation|
|Contest Chair Briefing|
|Meeting Roles: scripts||Meeting Roles: forms|
|Please check with VPE and SAA for any queries.|
|Sergeant at Arms (SAA): Script 1 | Script 2|
|Toastmaster of the Evening: Script 1 | Script 2||Timer’s report: pdf | editable|
|Table Topics Master: script||Ah Counter report: pdf | editable|
[Source: Toastmasters International] If you host an event or a chapter meeting, you may be required to introduce speakers. Try these quick tips for delivering thoughtful speaker introductions:
- Don’t steal the show by making the introduction too long (60 seconds or less is sufficient), or by speaking on a topic that is in no way related to the speaker.
- Grab the audience’s attention with a great opening. This can be an inspiring quote, a humorous anecdote, or an impressive milestone the speaker has achieved.
- Briefly mention the topic the speaker is addressing, but don’t reveal too much about his or her speech.
- Establish the speaker’s authority and expertise. This information will help solidify with the audience the speaker’s credibility as a subject matter expert.