Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Toastmaster Testimonial!

As the sitting 2009-2010 District 31 Governor leading 3,500 Toastmaster members in Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island I have many duties and responsibilities. In addition to leading District 31 I have many volunteers that assist with our District goals, deadlines, ect. It is always great to hear from them and tonight is one of those times!

Ah, ya see, it;s emails like the one I just got from my Area G1 Governor, Pranav that read in the subject line: "You are the best District Governor" and when I opend it the words "YOU ROCK" with a song!

Made me smile! Thank you Pranav

Madame District 31 Governor, Sher



This non-profit organization offers a proven and enjoyable way to practice communication and leadership skills. Members evaluate one another's presentations. This feedback process is a key part of the program's success. Meeting participants also give impromptu talks on assigned topics, conduct meetings, serve as officers in various leadership roles and learn rules related to timing, grammar and parliamentary procedure. Thousands of corporations sponsor in-house Toastmasters clubs.
Businesses and government organizations have discovered that Toastmasters is an effective, cost-efficient means of meeting their communication training needs. Toastmasters groups can also be found in governmental agencies, a variety of community organizations, prisons, universities, hospitals, military bases and churches.


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