Category Archives: Mentoring

The Value of a Mentor in Toastmasters

Here’s a recent speech by Carl Hendrickson on the value of a good mentor/coach. Advertisements

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A Toastmasters Best Friend

Fellow Toastmasters, Here is a speech by our very own Carl Hendrickson! He speaks about how to be a great mentor and how it helps nurture new members into the Toastmasters way. Most definitely a great speech!

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Assigning Meeting Duties to New Members

I noticed Adam asking about prerequisites to assigning new members to duties. Here’s what the Educational VP manual says. “Make sure all participants – especially new members – know and understand their duties so they can prepare well before the … Continue reading

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Toastmaster’s Club in Prison

Note – this email is from Keith Woodman, a past-president, of SCTM. He allowed me to share it with the club. ******************************************* Last week I was inside a medium/minimum security facility in Texas where we have a very strong program. … Continue reading

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Mentor Checklist

Mentor Checklist Mentor _________________________  Mentee_________________________ Date:_____________ □ Sit with your mentee at each meeting to help them with any questions they may have. □ Let him/her know that you always may be contacted if questions or problems arise. □ Exchange contact … Continue reading

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Mentoring Speech

by Carl Hendrickson

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Be a Champion Mentor

by Sue Dickemper Below is the text of my speech. BE A CHAMPION MENTOR Miss Toastmaster, fellow Toastmasters and welcomed guests, before he became “the Great” Alexander of Macedonia was tutored by the Greek philosopher Aristotle. Jack Nicholson’s ability was … Continue reading

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