Calling all Toastmasters, kick off the new decade with inspiring and motivating talks to help you achieve your goals inside and outside of Toastmasters.
Club Officers training sessions for vital information and support that will help you to deliver excellent service to club members. Support your members achieving success!
Two Club Officers training sessions available to Club Officers with more than one role and curious Toastmasters.
Earn Goal 9 of the Distinguished Club Program when at least four of your club officers’ attends.
An amazing lineup of inspirational speakers are eager to share their motivating stories and experiences with you.
Date: January 25, 2020
Location: Beamsville District Secondary School, 4317 Central Avenue, Beamsville, ON L0R 1B0
Time: 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Price: $15:00 at the Registration desk
Mark John Stewart is an award-winning entrepreneur, charitable advisor, public speaker, and instructor. He is the Managing Director of Wentworth Strategy Group and the President of marketing agency FlyPrint. Mark John consults on strategy, marketing, communications, and governance with organizations across the world, and is an instructor in the McMaster-Syracuse Master of Communications Management program. An experienced board director, he is also an Executive Advisor with Empowerment Squared, a Canadian charity dedicated to empowering newcomer and marginalized youth and communities in Canada, Liberia, Ghana, and South Africa.
She wanted to solve equations for the rest of her life, until she discovered leadership. Emily Nichols is a professional engineer with more than 15 years of experience in manufacturing - everything from the granola bars in your lunch to the paint on your car. Speaking from the stage or the factory floor, Emily inspires technical people to embrace their leadership skills and creativity, so they can solve problems better, faster, and have more fun doing it. Today she will share her journey from technical mastery to visible leadership. https://emilynichols.com
Pauly is a true racer at heart, having raced motocross for 11 years at the highest level of amateur racing in Canada and the USA. In 2012, on the verge of his AMA professional debut, he suffered a bad crash leaving him instantly paralyzed from the chest down.
Being the ambitious child athlete that he was, Pauly taught himself how to walk and race again by applying the tools he learned from his racing career to his rehab.
Today, Pauly is chasing championships on four wheels, teaching people about safe driving, and sharing his story about overcoming disability and envisioning wellness.
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