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Spring Conference - 01 May 20

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District 59 Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Monaco

District 95 Denmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden

District 107 Andorra, Portugal and Spain

District 108 Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland

District 109 Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Lichtenstein, FYR Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City

District 110 Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Rep. of Moldova, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine

District U Undistricted Clubs in Europe

About Our Club

Amsterdam Advanced Toastmasters Club

As we grow as Toastmasters, we sometimes acknowledge the need for a greater challenge. Receiving a stronger level of feedback, experimenting beyond what a regular club meeting has to offer, and being mentored by some of the most experienced speakers in the area. If that sounds like you, then you might want to consider joining our advanced club.

Goal: Foster an environment for experienced Toastmasters to get comprehensive feedback, test new ideas, and share best practices.

Membership requirements: Dual membership and a minimum of 7 speeches.


Club’s Manifesto

  1. Your home club first

Being a member of the Advance Club should in no way affect your home club negatively. In fact, the club will only claim DCP points if one’s home club is already a distinguished club.

  1. Feedback is king

Give the best feedback you possibly can. Be specific, give examples, add points for improvement, and be honest. Everybody is encouraged to give feedback, even when they are not the evaluators.

  1. You know the rules

You know all of the hats a Toastmasters wears and so does everybody in the room. Skip the part where you explain your role, use the time instead to deliver something great.

  1. Keep a record

Every meeting, a member will be appointed as the secretary. In this role, one shall write down the most insightful tips of the meeting. This knowledge will be regularly published and shared.

  1. Experiment continuously

Reciting? Role-playing? Singing? Debating? Anything is possible. Every meeting should be an opportunity to experiment and learn something new.

  1. Share your knowledge

We will organize regular club visit. During each visit, members of the advanced club should give as much feedback to the club as possible.

  1. Practical triumphs

We strive to practice as much as we can. This involves workshops, practicing in smaller groups, give your audience the chance to participate, and hands-on teaching.

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The Toastmasters Mission
A statement of shared values

Every Toastmasters club shares the same mission, clearly defined in the following mission statement:

We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth..

Through this mission, each Toastmaster gains a clear understanding of the club's purpose, and the organization as a whole benefits from a shared set of values and goals.


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