Tag Archives: leadership

Zoom with Toastmasters – Mirosha, DTM

Let’s join the “ZOOM with Toastmasters” session to be recharged with positive vibes and tips in communication and leadership! In this session, the host Jerry Wong will interview Mirosha Somasundram, DTM to share her journey as a public speaker and leader. Open to all Toastmasters members and the public. Just download Zoom app and click

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IEM Toastmasters Club : “Why I Joined Toastmasters?”

This is a video about “What are the benefits of joining a Toastmasters club? How Toastmasters program can help you to be a more effective communicator and a better leader?”   Submitted by: Phang Chew Yee, CC, CL Club: IEM Toastmasters Club,  Division E This video is submitted for the District 102 Video Campaign. Show

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District 102 Leadership Expo – Session 3 (Obstacles to Opportunity)

* This event has been postponed until further notice – https://www.tmdistrict102.org/postponement-of-district-102-leadership-expo/ Every path you choose has obstacles. Opportunities are usually disguised as obstacles to help us on our path. In a way, what stands in your way is your way to achieve something. Learn to turn your obstacles into opportunities and to let your mind adapt

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District 102 Leadership Expo – Session 2 (Together We Can)

* This event has been postponed until further notice – https://www.tmdistrict102.org/postponement-of-district-102-leadership-expo/ To succeed as a manager, entrepreneur, or executive, you must have the skills of team leadership. Learn to utilize the people management skills required to lead successful teams, including clearly communicating responsibilities, resolving conflict and problem-solving. “Where Leaders Are Made” is not just our tagline,

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District 102 Leadership Expo – Session 1 (Lead Without Title)

* This event has been postponed until further notice – https://www.tmdistrict102.org/postponement-of-district-102-leadership-expo/ Titles, especially the good ones, suggest that a level of authority and trust will come with them and that people will respect and follow you. But what happens if they don’t or if you don’t have the fancy title? Can you still lead? “Where Leaders

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