With wedding season approaching, happy couples from around the world are preparing to walk down the aisle and begin their lives together. Wedding season also marks the time when friends and family will be asked to give a toast to celebrate the occasion. For many, it may be the first time they are being asked to speak publicly, and, although it may be in front of friends and family, it can be an intimidating experience.
Toastmasters International, the global organization devoted to communication and leadership skills development, offers tips for delivering a memorable wedding toast.
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Toastmasters International, the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to teaching public speaking and leadership skills, is launching a video series of time-tested tips for improving communication. The first two videos to debut are basic public speaking and job interview tips.
“Every day a quarter of a million people attend Toastmasters meetings, seeking to become more confident speakers and leaders. These videos give anyone, not only members, access to Toastmasters time-tested tips they can use immediately,” says Toastmasters International President Michael Notaro.
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For the first time in 70 years, Toastmasters International, the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to teaching communication and leadership skills, is updating its brand. The organization unveiled its new brand identity at its International Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, today. As part of the rebranding effort, the organization has updated its logo, colors, fonts, imagery and messaging to make Toastmasters’ identity clearer, increase awareness of its impact around the world and focus more on leadership.
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