In this workshop, understand the Barriers to Effective Impromptu Speaking by addressing the fear of the unknown and the fear of failure. Bolster confidence to deliver more effective responses whether you are delivering an elevator speech, a fundraising presentation or engaging with other executives at a networking event. Access a hands-on framework that provides practical guidance and techniques to understand the Who, What, Why, How of Impromptu Speaking and improve your impromptu speaking skills, and get ready to succeed in high stakes situations.
Amazon Link Who this book is for: Anyone who wants to build habits that will last a lifetime Summary: What the book is about: How long of a Read: Book Summary Lots of examples for applying upstream thinking to various areas of our lives Changing the mindset from downstream reaction to upstream intervention 3 Barriers to Upstream Thinking Problem Blindness, A Lack of Ownership, Tunneling 7 Questions for Upstream Leaders How will you unite the right people? How will you change the system? Where can you find a point of leverage? How will you get early warning of the problem?
Whether it is in the classroom or in the playground, or worse, in high pressure social situations, youth leaders are called upon to speak impromptu. Access a hands-on framework that provides practical guidance and techniques to understand the Who, What, Why, How of Impromptu Speaking and improve your impromptu speaking skills, and get ready to succeed in high stakes situations. Presentation
The Club Ambassador Program (CAP) encourages visits to other clubs in the district and rewards the member’s growth through this exploration experience. Every visit to a new club is an opportunity to learn new practices to take back to your club(s) and share the best practices you already know.
Storytelling enables you to create a strong emotional connection with your audience of one or hundreds. Given the unique situation we find ourselves in today, telling compelling stories becomes even more critical and especially useful in a business setting. Whether you are trying to make yourself memorable to someone you meet, or make your audience feel a certain emotion, or even sell an idea, a product or service, your ability to tell a compelling story will ensure that you are able to achieve the outcome you had planned. In this workshop, you will gain an understanding of the key elements
In this exciting workshop, Satish Shenoy will share insights around the characteristics of good mentors and mentees and practical tips around how to find and keep the best mentors and disclose how to build and leverage a personal board of mentors to supercharge your learning and growth.
Ranking highly among my passions are traveling the world and Toastmasters – That means that being a Club Ambassador and the associated mission is such a great fit and comes naturally to me! It may also explain why I took on the role of Club Ambassador Chair for District 101 in 2018-2019. In March 2019, I had an opportunity (a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity if you will) to travel to a pristine and beautiful place, the “last continent” – Antarctica!! I was traveling there with 100 other runners on to complete an important personal milestone of running at least one full marathon across each continent and joining
Channel partners come in various flavors, sizes and motivations: Before a vendor builds a partnership and brings them into ecosystem, there are 3 key areas of alignment they should consider: Business Alignment: Go-To-Market Strategy: The Channel Partner is strategically aligned with Vendor in their Go-To-Market strategy. Financial Stability: A business with a stellar credit rating and verifiable references. Target market: Partner has access and knowledge of to Vendor’s target market. Complementary Product Line: Partner sells a product that complements the Vendor product line. Familiarity with offer type: The Channel Partner is familiar with the economics and positioning of the offer