This is a NCPMI Communication & Public Speaking CoP- NCPL Toastmasters Club Meeting. 

The Meeting includes prepared speech, table topics, networking, evaluations, jokes and multiple meeting operations roles. 

5:30 pm -8:00 pm (5.30-6.00 Registration, Snack & Pre-meeting Networking)

Cisco Campus - Building 3, First Floor, The Vault Conference Room

Abstract

Speech Contests provide excellent opportunities to accelerate the development of speaking skills. The competitive environment causes contestants to spend several hours writing, rewriting and rehearsing the delivery of their speech. This activity requires focus, energy and intense desire, and often produces the contestants' best work.

A speech contest is a project, which offers opportunities to practice and develop leadership and project management skills in a low risk environment.

This contest will involve an inspirational speech, which can also be educational or humorous. It is the start of a process for selecting contestants for the Toastmasters International Contest to be held in August 2019, in Denver, Colorado.

The Table Topics contest challenges speakers to demonstrate their impromtu speaking skills by responding to a topic being heard for the first time. These contests often provide a rich source of entertainment for the audience.

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  • Learn methods for delivering impromtu speeches 
  • Acquire tips from competitive speakers, which can be used to develop their own speaking skills
Event Date 02-26-2019 5:30 pm
Event End Date 02-26-2019 8:00 pm
Registration Start Date 01-24-2019
Registered 25
Available place 20
Cut off date 02-26-2019 10:00 pm
Individual Price Free for all NCPMI members and non-members
Speaker Several Speakers
Number Hours 1.50
Leadership PDU Hours 1.50

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

This is a NCPMI Communication & Public Speaking CoP- NCPL Toastmasters Club Meeting.
The Meeting includes prepared speeches, table topics, networking, evaluations, jokes and multiple meeting operations roles.
5:30 pm -8:00 pm (5.30-6.00 Registration, Snack & Pre-meeting Networking)
Cisco Campus - Building 3, First Floor, The Vault Conference Room

Abstract
Companies are now in the situation where they have multiple generations in the workplace. People are living longer and have started working well past retirement. Some people are now opting out of college and entering the workforce straight out of high school. 

How do you get such a wide range of ages to work together? How do you get them to come into agreement on how to approach projects and job responsibilities? How do you get them to respect all the individuals on the team? Better yet, how do you manage the group especially if they are all older than you?

These are the team dynamics that employers, project managers and every company are currently facing.  Diversity and Inclusion is no longer about race. It now is also about age. We now have to address the issue of working with multiple generations.
 
Learning Objectives
Participants will understand:
 
  • What are the various generations?
  • What is Diversity and Inclusion?
  • How do you get the generations to work together?
  • What do the generations have in common?

Event Date 03-12-2019 5:30 pm
Event End Date 03-12-2019 8:00 pm
Registration Start Date 01-27-2019
Registered 34
Available place 11
Cut off date 03-12-2019 10:00 pm
Individual Price Free
Speaker Me’chelle Degree McKenney, PMP
Number Hours 1.50
Strategy PDU Hours 0.75
Leadership PDU Hours 0.75

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

This is a NCPMI Communication & Public Speaking CoP- NCPL Toastmasters Club Meeting.
The Meeting includes prepared speeches, table topics, networking, evaluations, jokes and multiple meeting operations roles.
5:30 pm -8:00 pm (5.30-6.00 Registration, Snack & Pre-meeting Networking)

Cisco Campus - Building 3, First Floor, The Vault Conference Room

Abstract:
Who hasn’t wanted to be a Super Hero at some time in life? According to Wikipedia, “A superhero is a type of heroic stock character, usually possessing supernatural or superhuman powers, who is dedicated to fighting the evil of their universe, protecting the public, and usually battling supervillains.”
The speaker will lead the audience in a consideration of what it means to be a Super Hero and how to be one.
 
Learning Objectives:
Participants will learn about:
  • Defining a Super Hero
  • Identifying character traits of a Super Hero
  • Applying Super Hero traits to everyday life
Event Date 03-26-2019 5:30 pm
Event End Date 03-26-2019 8:00 pm
Registration Start Date 02-20-2019
Registered 20
Available place 25
Cut off date 03-26-2019 10:00 pm
Individual Price Free
Speaker Dea Irby, CC, CL, REALTOR©, SPS, BOLD 100
Number Hours 1.50
Leadership PDU Hours 1.50

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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