Discover your own way of speaking and leading…
Here at Toastmasters we have the chance to discover ourselves. During every meeting we provide an environment with a good balance of casualness and formality, where we learn communication and leadership.
The meetings are structured to provide many opportunities for learning new vocabulary, exercising attention, having fun, expressing body language, talking in front of an audience, improving discipline and assuming responsibilities.
Don’t be shy, let’s try it! Many of our members started with nervousness, that’s natural. At Stade Toastmasters you will find a friendly learning atmosphere.
The ICE WILL BREAK easily!
Three free visits if you just wish to “schnuppern”. Membership costs €8 per month for a period between six and eleven months, depending on the month you join. Minimum €48. No joining fee. Renewal every April and October for six months if you wish to continue membership.
You will probably be able to finish a “Pathway” within about 18 months. Your mentor and fellow members will give you full support in reaching your goal.
Would you like to use your English more frequently?
Would you like to practise your presentation and public speaking skills?
We believe that people should be able to have real human to human communication skills, especially in our digitized world. We want to help you to learn how to:
- Give and receive constructive and appreciative feedback
- Be a good listener and understand other people better
- Get to the point and bring your message across effectively
In our club you’ll find warm hearted people with lots of life experience who love to practise their speaking abilities in a family like community. We do it with lots of fun and many improvised games that’ll help you improve. All in your own pace and without pressure.
Being in our club, you’ll get lots of valuable feedback on your speeches, for work or study, learn how to improvise in a meeting, and get new and interesting suggestions for life. And all of it in a safe and supportive environment.
Sounds like a good idea?