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It’s been a year of tremendous progress in our club, and we want to thank you all for being part of it.
This week, Sadia will lead a Table Topics session on the topic of “Fame”.
We are eagerly looking forward to all the new adventures and evolutions in 2019!
Dear Imperial College Speakers Club Members and Guests, Join us for our FINAL meeting of 2018 on Thursday December 13th at pm to pm at SAF room 121!
Along with our dedicated officer team of Shibo, Janith, Kehan, and yours truly, we have stepped up meetings from a biweekly to weekly format, hosted exciting speech contests, and helped numerous new members find their confidence as public speakers.
In addition, we’ve shared our club with the wider community by “evangelising” at the hectic Freshers Fair and visiting other Toastmasters club to learn from our public speaking peers.
I am even more excited about what we will achieve together in 2019.
Let the old year end and the New Year begin with new aspirations to learn and grow!
For those on Toastmaster traditional education: Kehan Zhang – Competent Communication Harold Mantilla – Competent Communication Katia Carol Hougaard – Advanced Communication Bronze and Advanced Leadership Bronze Katarzyna Chelinska – Advanced Leadership Silver And for those on Pathways Education: Zachary Gen Yamaoka – Effective Coaching level 1 Sadia Zaman – Dynamic Leadership level 1 Varshit Dusad – Visionary Communication level 1 and 2 Paula Vila – Innovative Planning level 1 and 2 Secondly, I’m excited to say that we may be awarded with the “President’s Distinguished Club” award, the most prestigious award for a Toastmaster club for the first time in our club’s history.
Best wishes, Nuttawut Kongsuwan President, Imperial College Speakers It’s been a dynamic 2018 for our club.
In this year, we welcomed Nuttawut as our new club president, and he has proved to be a president with true vision, leadership, and compassion.
He visits a Toastmasters club once he travels to a new place. We will also have a speech from William on how skills can be more important than passion, Chuka will explore the mind of the monkey, and Paula will share her tips for acing interviews. Please note that this week’s meeting takes place at Huxley Building room 130 and NOT SAF 121!
We recommend you enter the Huxley Building via the Queen’s Gate’s entrance, where one of our club members will be there to guide you to the meeting room. The past year has been amazing, and I feel blessed to serve the club.